Bovada?s series of online qualifiers and satellites for the 2012 WSOP Main Event continues and so far, 38 players have won a $12,000 prize package that will let them play in the biggest event in the game. Thanks to Bovada?s aggressive tournament schedule, you can join them for as little as $1!
I feel a little bit like a dog in the middle of a field. There's a squirrel. There's a prairie dog. There's a field mouse. There's a squirrel getting chased by a field mouse riding a prairie dog. That is to say, I don't know where to look these days. Here's why:
Team PokerStars Pro is pounding on the World Series of Poker right now. The Team members have been making final tables right and left, racking up big cashes, and getting tantalizingly close to winning bracelets. It's sort of a 24-hour obsession right now. For a bit of what's going on (not including Liv Boeree breaking her ankle during an epic party), check out the PokerStars Blog WSOP coverage.
Meanwhile, before I can even start my brain on a Monday morning, the guys in the PokerStars tournament bunker started feeding me the new MicroMillions II schedule. That's right. The biggest little tournament series online is back for another round starting next month. You can see the MicroMillions II schedule here.
In the middle of all that, PokerStars big weekend majors were rocking and rolling. Here's our coverage from all the online news that was fit to print this weekend:
For complete results from all the weekend's major events, check out the 6-3-12 PokerStars weekend majors results list.
Good luck in the coming week. And don't forget to check out the MicroMillions II schedule.
Look--a prairie dog!
PokerStars has been awarded a license to operate in Spain and will launch www.PokerStars.es on June 5 to serve the Spanish online poker market, the company announced today.
"Spain is a very important poker market and features some of the best players in the world," said Gino Appiotti, President of Licensed Markets - Spain, Italy and France, for PokerStars. "As the most popular online poker site in the world, we are very happy to provide the best variety of games, the safest and most secure online play and our world-class software to the market."
Obtaining a license to operate in Spain underlines PokerStars' commitment to be among the first companies to enter regulated markets when licenses become available. PokerStars operates the leading online poker site in the world and has developed the largest community of poker players through its online sites, sponsorship of live poker tournaments and production of poker television programming.
Spanish regulations now permit residents to play online poker with licensed operators. Spanish players can compete only against other Spanish players as required by the recently passed online gaming law.
"Spain is home to some of the best poker players in the world," said Juan Manuel Pastor, a member of the Spanish Team PokerStars Pro. "I'm looking forward to playing on www.PokerStars.es and competing against players from across the country."
PokerStars adds Spain to its growing list of licenses that currently includes France, Denmark, Italy, Estonia, Belgium, Malta and the Isle of Man. As an industry leader, PokerStars provides a safe and secure environment for players and fans to compete in an array of innovative and traditional poker games and tournaments.
WSOP 2012 has arrived! I just recently got back to the USA to spend a few days back at home before heading over to the WSOP in Las Vegas, NV. Now that I'm rested up, I'm ready to fly over to Vegas tomorrow and dive straight into my 1st event which will be the $1,500 NL reentry. Although I missed a few of the opening events, I think it's better to go in feeling good and not having to play because you feel you 'have to'. I was thinking about waiting until the $10,000 HU NL tournament, but decided that I didn't want to miss out on the reentry event as I imagine it's going to have a massive prize pool.
The schedule that you see below are just about every single NL, PLH & LHE event available since I've no clue how to play any other games. I'm likely to play the majority of the events written but will miss some events if I make day 2?s of some events or if I feel that I need to take a small break to re-energize. Having played the majority of the WSOP last year, I can say it's very easy to get burnt out playing these tournaments especially since I'm not use to grinding live everyday for many hours.
There is one particular event that I wasn't sure if I wanted to enter which is the $10,000 NL HU event coming up on June 5th. HU NL isn't my specialty but it isn't something that I'm inexperienced at either. One of the main concerns I had about the event was the structure. In this tournament, you start with 1/3 the chips and you have the option to rebuy at any time (not during a hand) to an additional 1/3 of the chips. So I believe you start w/ 10,000 chips and have 2 10,000 chip add-ons at any time. I'm not sure what exactly optimal strategy for me would be but as a cash game player, I will likely add-on immediately to play as deep as I can which is more in my comfort zone. I think the tournament players who are use to shallow stacks, if they happen to play deep against me, will feel more uncomfortable which hopefully gives me an edge. Ultimately with the input of fans and such, I've decided to take on this event. Maybe you guys have some thoughts on when I should add-on?
Anyhow, below is my current schedule and if I somehow play every single event and bust them all very quickly, the total buy-ins is closing in towards $100,000. Let's hope I final table one this year! I think my tournament game is getting a bit better!
If you want daily updates on my progress/chip count, be sure to follow me on twitter: @nanonoko
May was an exciting month for PokerStars Women. We watched some of our Team Pros head off to Las Vegas for a summer of live poker as the majority of our players put forth some great efforts online, most notably in the Women's Sunday and Women's Tuesday events. Let's take a walk down memory lane, shall we?
Since the first day of May was a Tuesday, we'll start with a recap of the $11 Women's Tuesday 6-max NLHE events. Each tournament had a $1K guarantee, but the number of players created a bigger prize pool every week.
Prize pool: $1,070
1st: FlushThis101 (Belgium) - $278.23
2nd: Martina2106 (Slovakia) - $187.25
3rd: zemlyanikasw (Russia) - $139.10
4th: gygygygy (Hungary) - $90.95
5th: Thor_077 (Romania) - $69.55
6th: GoldMB (Norway) - $48.15
Prize pool: $1,330
1st: aldram (Sweden) - $345.83
2nd: mikrh23 (Greece) - $232.75
3rd: PSmiss (Netherlands) - $172.90
4th: CamiStar620 (Peru) - $113.05
5th: iculook (Canada) - $86.45
6th: Star1Buck (UK) - $59.85
Prize pool: $1,070
1st: zemlyanikasw (Russia) - $278.23
2nd: floplady (Switzerland) - $187.25
3rd: alinevod (Belarus) - $139.10
4th: oep0828 (South Korea) - $90.95
5th: Blazeol (Belarus) - $69.55
6th: Electra888 (Czech Republic) - $48.15
Prize pool: $1,130
1st: stunningfifa (Russia) - $293.83
2nd: Paybackplz (Russia) - $197.75
3rd: vddann (Belgium) - $146.90
4th: Meztizida (Ukraine) - $96.05
5th: Xymelis (Estonia) - $73.45
6th: johnp1471 (UK) - $50.85
Prize pool: $1,140
1st: 77Goodvin77 (Russia) - $296.40
2nd: mikrh23 (Greece) - $199.50
3rd: passea (Switzerland) - $148.20
4th: PSmiss (Netherlands) - $96.90
5th: iculook (Canada) - $74.10
6th: damnluckyy (Turkey) - $51.30
PSmiss has become a regular on the Women's Tuesday final tables, making two in May alone. But you might also recognize her name from her frequent top 10 finishes in the Women's Poker League. She recently finished in the top 10 in April and May in the WPL's $5.50 division.
We spoke briefly to Annemarie, better known to her online competitors as PSmiss. The 39-year old player from Holland has been playing poker for about eight years but began to take her game more seriously with the WPL this year. "I like the WPL because I like poker and rankings are something extra," she explained of the competition in the League. "I like the $5.50 division because it seems more serious than the others." Others may disagree, but PSmiss seems to have found her niche, and it's paying off in WPL bonuses.
When asked how she plays so well every month, she responded, "I'm a real tournament player, and it is a good feeling to final table. I learn every day, and I'm good ... but good advice is always welcome!" She laughed, but there's no doubt that her confidence plays an important role in her Women's Tuesday and WPL successes.
Sunday, money Sunday
The $55 Women's Sunday is still going strong as a staple on the weekly tournament schedule, with its $10K guarantee and $50 Team Pro bounties. The results for the events in the month of May were:
Prize pool: $12,100
Winner: StarlingC (Mexico) - $2,474.45
Prize pool: $11,050
Winner: Gustawa (Czech Republic) - $2,259.83
Prize pool: $10,200
Winner: Sisa4ok (Ukraine) - $2,085.90
Prize pool: $10,200
Winner: Cosita Rica (Panama) - $2,055.33
StarlingC, the winner of the May 6 Women's Sunday, told us that she's attracted to the tournament because of the guarantee and the women-only field. Clarice has been playing poker for five years and recently moved to Mexico from the United States so she could continue to play online poker. Her current home in Rosarito allows her to play regularly on PokerStars.
The Women's Sunday was a gratifying win for her. "It felt great!" she admitted. "I have been trying to win that thing for the last five months!" As she told us about her victory, she took the time to explain one of the most memorable hands from the tournament:
"The blinds were 600/1,200," she began. "Luzzzy was in the small blind with around 27K and raised my big blind. I was sitting with [Kh][Jh] with a 34K stack. She had shoved on me in the past when I three-bet her blind steal, so I decided to just call this time since I didn't feel like getting into a shoving match at the time. The board came [Jd][8d][Ac], I flopped the jack on an ace-high board with a flush draw and straight draw. I figured an ace was in her range, but she had been playing very loose, so I thought my jack might still be good. She bet 1/3 of the pot, and I called, thinking if she had the ace she would've bet stronger to protect her hand from a straight or flush. But you never know with these women - LOL! There was also the chance she was on a draw. The turn comes [2s], and she bet 1/3 of the pot. I decided to flat again, and the river was [Js], giving me the set of jacks. She checked the river, and I bet half the pot, figuring if she did have an ace, she would likely call, but I was expecting a fold. I was surprised that she made the call with king high. She showed [Kd][2d] for the missed flush draw, leaving herself about 8bb. My stack went from 34K to around 52K."
Plays like that took StarlingC to the winner's circle, adding a nice $2,474.45 to her bankroll.
What happens in Vegas is on the PokerStars blog
Last but not least, some of the Team PokerStars Pros descended upon Las Vegas in May to prepare for the WSOP. Vanessa Rousso moved into a fabulous home in Nevada, and pros like Vanessa Selbst and Liv Boeree joined her. The "PowerHouse of Dreams" also includes Maria Ho, and the group of women prepared early for a successful summer.
And it seems to be working. Selbst made the final table of Event 2 and finished in fourth place for more than $160K. That amount also put her over the $5 million mark in career live tournament earnings, which is certainly a fine start to a summer of poker.
As June kicks into high gear, we wish all of the PokerStars Women players the best of luck!
For all information pertaining to PokerStars Women, visit our website and links here.
The month of June ushers in another very exciting few weeks of poker. Whether players are in Las Vegas for the live tournament action or on holiday from their respective homes around the world, it is a thrilling time for poker players. There may be more action from Sin City on your Twitter and Facebook accounts these days, but the online poker world continues to thrive in its own quiet way.
Take the Sunday Million, for example. One might look at previous months and see registration numbers above the 7K mark, which makes anything less seem a little disappointing. But put in perspective, the number of players in tonight's Sunday Million still exceeded the guarantee and added another $300K to the prize pool. No matter the number of players who might be in Las Vegas and unable to access their PokerStars accounts this month, there are multitudes of them around the world looking to pick up over $200K and a Sunday Million title.
Here's what this week's registration produced:
Prize pool: $1,326,800.00
Paid players: 990
Because of the aforementioned Las Vegas series, many of the usual Team PokerStars Pros were missing from the online lineup. Team Pro Toni Judet was the last one standing of those who registered today, and he finished in 1095th place, just outside of the money. That bubble burst shortly thereafter with Mixail810 as the first player to cash for $305.16 for 990th place.
Payouts jumped to more than $1K per player as the clock passed the seventh and eighth hours, and payouts increased to more than $5.5K at the 10-hour mark. It was about 20 minutes later that Woher exited in 11th place to start hand-for-hand play. Soon after, Pokerger1337 raised and jooorgen called from the big blind to see a [4d][5h][Qs] flop. Pokerger1337 led out with a bet, and jooorgen check-raised all-in. Pokerger1337 called with [3d][2c] for the straight draw, and jooorgen showed [Qc][5c] for top two pair. The [Th] on the turn didn't change anything, but the [6h] on the river made the straight and eliminated jooorgen in tenth place with $7,430.08.
Pokerger1337 leads the pack
The final table was set in Level 37, with blinds at 125,000/250,000 and a 25,000 ante. Players' starting stacks were as follows:
Seat 1: buffyslayer1 (6,045,098 in chips)
Seat 2: diesanser (9,006,356 in chips)
Seat 3: marianoprg (14,676,036 in chips)
Seat 4: Phily88 (5,943,581 in chips)
Seat 5: georgeskl (4,532,974 in chips)
Seat 6: yryryryr (1,763,550 in chips)
Seat 7: habib253 (2,938,364 in chips)
Seat 8: Pokerger1337 (16,273,146 in chips)
Seat 9: EMPTY1SEAT (5,160,895 in chips)
A few hands led to the 10.5-hour break, after which EMPTY1SEAT doubled through diesanser in a hand that tested both players' time banks. A bit later, georgeskl doubled through EMPTY1SEAT to gather some of those chips, and habib352 eventually doubled through marianoprg.
Eventually, one double-up attempt was bound to fail. That process started when marianoprg raised and habib253 called from the big blind to see a [Js][Ac][3s] flop. Both players checked to the [2s] turn, and habib253 bet and marianoprg called. The [6s] on the river brought a bet from marianoprg and check-raise from habib253. Marianoprg moved all-in, and habib253 called all-in with [Qs][Tc]. But that flush was beat by the [As][5c] of marianoprg, and habib253 departed in ninth place with $10,282.70.
Diesanser doubled through buffyslayer1, and georgeskl doubled through marianoprg.
When Phily88 raised all-in from the button, yryryryr called all-in for little more than 1.4 million chips from the big blind with [Ac][Js]. Phily88 only had [Ad][8d], but the board of [As][Kh][2h][8h][Tc] gave Phily88 two pair and eliminated yryryryr in eighth place with $15,921.60 in prize money.
Diesanser then doubled again, that time through georgeskl, and climbed into contention for the chip lead:
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EMPTY1SEAT was the next player to risk chips and the move came after an UTG raise from Pokerger1337. But the hand was much more complicated. Marianoprg then reraised all-in, and Phily88 called all-in, as did georgeskl. Pokerger1337 folded, and the hands looked like this:
The board came an uneventful [Tc][5d][2c][9h][5c], and Phily88 collected both side pots while chopping the main pot with georgeskl. EMPTY1SEAT was eliminated in seventh place with $29,189.60.
Marianoprg never recovered and pushed all-in UTG with [Ah][Js]. Pokerger1337 reraised from the button to isolate, which worked, and showed [Ad][Tc]. The flop of [6h][5d][8s] was innocent enough, but the [Th] on the turn gave Pokerger1337 the pair of tens. The [7h] on the river ended the tournament for marianoprg, who left in sixth place with $42,457.60.
Buffyslayer1 doubled through Pokerger1337, and diesanser did the same through georgeskl. The latter suffered and moved all-in soon after with [Kc][Td]. Pokerger1337 called with [8h][8s], and the flop of [Qh][9h][Kh] gave georgeskl the pair of kings. The [Ad] on the turn changed nothing, but the [5h] on the river made the heart flush for Pokerger1337 to eliminate georgeskl in fifth place with $55,725.60.
Diesanser doubled through Pokerger1337 again, but it was the latter who challenged Phily88 to a duel. Phily88 moved all-in with [As][Jd], but Pokerger1337 had the indisputable[Ah][Ad]. Nothing about the [Qc][2h][Td][7c][Qs] board changed the outcome, and Phily88 had to depart in fourth place with $72,974.00.
Buffyslayer1 doubled through Pokerger1337, as did dieanser, and the latter took a sizeable chip lead.
The final three players paused the action to discuss a possible chop, and they discussed chip-chop and ICM numbers provided by the host. Neither met the payout requirements of all three players, but the discussions continued for more than 30 minutes until they finally had a deal. It was our own little miracle in the chat box when they all agreed to it. With $30,000 in prize money set aside for the winner, they decided on the following payouts:
Seat 1: buffyslayer1 (10,916,704 in chips) = $127,126.22
Seat 2: diesanser (37,529,504 in chips) = $159,431.05
Seat 8: Pokerger1337 (17,893,792 in chips) = $140,661.79
On the third hand back in play, buffyslayer1 and Pokerger1337 got into a preflop raising war that led buffyslayer1 to call all-in with [6h][6d]. Pokerger1337 showed [As][Jd], and after missing the [9d][Kh][Kd] flop hit the [Ah] turn. The [Jh] river was irrelevant, and buffyslayer1 was out in third place with $127,126.22.
Heads-up for $30K and title
The two finalists began their battle with these counts:
Seat 2: diesanser (37,529,504 in chips)
Seat 8: Pokerger1337 (28,810,496 in chips)
Pokerger1337 worked hard to gain traction and did take the lead in the match briefly. But it was this hand that put diesanser back on top:
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Pokerger1337 was then chipped down to less than 20 million chips and moved all-in with [8d][8c]. Diesanser was there with [Ad][Kc], and the race took an interesting turn when the flop came [Kd][4h][9h]. The [Qc] turn and [2d] river completed the board and allowed the kings to stand up for the win. Pokerger1337, who just won the Super Tuesday last week, was out in second place with $140,661.79.
Diesanser of Mexico won the Sunday Million and $189,431.05 in cash. Congrats!
Sunday Million Results for 06/03/12 (reflects deal):
1st place: diesanser (Mexico) - $189,431.05*
2nd place: Pokerger1337 (Malta) - $140,661.79*
3rd place: buffyslayer1 (UK) - $127,126.22*
4th place: Phily88 (Germany) - $72,974.00
5th place: georgeskl (Russia) - $55,725.60
6th place: marianoprg (Poland) - $42,457.60
7th place: EMPTY1SEAT (Germany) - $29,189.60
8th place: yryryryr (Portugal) - $15,921.60
9th place: habib253 (Germany) - $10,282.70
*Numbers based on a three-way deal with $30K reserved for first place
For more information on ways to register and qualify for upcoming Sunday Million tournaments, visit the Sunday Million page.
Guess what, folks. It's happening again. The PokerStars MicroMillions, the low-buy-in big-payoff series, is back.
It's only been a few months since Zabaleta1 won the first MicroMillions main event for $140,000.00. Now PokerStars wants to do it all over again.
Just a few minutes ago, this landed in my inbox: the first draft of the next MicroMillions series. While it's subject to change between now and the kickoff on July 12, this is a very close approximation of the next series. The buy-ins start at 11 cents and go up to a lofty $22.
Stay tuned for full Player of the Series and satellite information, but for now, have a look at the schedule below and let us know what you think.
PokerStars MicroMillions II Schedule
Subject to change
Thursday, 12 July 2012
08:30 ET -- Event 01: $0.11+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo, Top 100 Paid)
11:30 ET -- Event 02: $1 NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
13:00 ET -- Event 03: $3.30 NL Hold'em (6-Max)
15:30 ET -- Event 04: $3.30+R NL Hold'em (Action Hour)
18:30 ET -- Event 05: $3.30 NL Hold'em
22:00 ET -- Event 06: $2.20+R NL Hold'em (2x-Turbo)
Friday, 13 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 07: $5.50 NL Hold'em
04:00 ET -- Event 08: $4.40 NL Hold'em (2X Chance)
06:00 ET -- Event 09: $8.80 PL Omaha
08:30 ET -- Event 10: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
11:30 ET -- Event 11: $11 NL Hold'em (6-Max)
13:00 ET -- Event 12: $3.30 NL Hold'em (Big Antes)
15:30 ET -- Event 13: $8.80 HORSE
18:30 ET -- Event 14: $3.30+R NL Hold'em
22:00 ET -- Event 15: $5.50 FL Hold'em (Turbo)
Saturday, 14 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 16: $2.20 NL Hold'em
04:00 ET -- Event 17: $5.50 NL Draw
06:00 ET -- Event 18: $3.30 NL Hold'em (Turbo)
08:30 ET -- Event 19: $4.40 NL Hold'em (4-Max)
11:00 ET -- Event 20: $2.22+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo , Saturday Splash Special Edition)
11:30 ET -- Event 21: $3.30 PL Omaha (6-Max, Turbo)
13:00 ET -- Event 22: $11 NL Hold'em (SuperKnockout)
15:30 ET -- Event 23: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
18:30 ET -- Event 24: $2.20 NL Hold'em
22:00 ET -- Event 25: $3.30 NL Hold'em (Ante Up)
Sunday, 15 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 26: $2.20 NL Hold'em (2R1A)
04:00 ET -- Event 27: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo , Sunday Spark Special Edition)
06:00 ET -- Event 28: $5.50 NL Hold'em (6-Max)
08:30 ET -- Event 29: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
11:30 ET -- Event 30: $3.30 NL Hold'em (Heads-Up, Turbo)
13:00 ET -- Event 31: $11 NL Hold'em (Sunday Storm Special Edition)
13:30 ET -- Event 32: $3.30 FL Stud Hi/Lo
15:30 ET -- Event 33: $2.20+R NL Hold'em (2x-Turbo)
18:30 ET -- Event 34: $5.50 NL Hold'em (6-Max, Shootout)
22:00 ET -- Event 35: $5.50 NL Hold'em (1R1A)
Monday, 16 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 36: $11 NL Hold'em
04:00 ET -- Event 37: $3.30 PL Omaha (6-Max, 2R1A)
06:00 ET -- Event 38: $5.50 NL Hold'em
08:30 ET -- Event 39: $4.40 FL Razz
11:30 ET -- Event 40: $5.50 NL Hold'em (6-Max, Turbo, Knockout)
13:00 ET -- Event 41: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
15:30 ET -- Event 42: $5.50 NL Hold'em
18:30 ET -- Event 43: $3.30 NL Hold'em (6-Max)
22:00 ET -- Event 44: $11 NL Hold'em
Tuesday, 17 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 45: $3.30 PL/NL Hold'em (The Big Game Format)
04:00 ET -- Event 46: $11 NL Hold'em (6-Max, SuperKnockout)
06:00 ET -- Event 47: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
08:30 ET -- Event 48: $3.30 PL Omaha Hi/Lo
11:30 ET -- Event 49: $3.30 FL Stud
13:00 ET -- Event 50: $4.40 NL Hold'em (4-Max, 4X Chance)
15:30 ET -- Event 51: $2.20+R NL Hold'em (Ante Up, 2x-Turbo)
18:30 ET -- Event 52: $5.50 NL Hold'em
22:00 ET -- Event 53: $3.30 NL Hold'em (6-Max, Ante Up)
Wednesday, 18 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 54: $5.50 NL Hold'em
04:00 ET -- Event 55: $2.20 NL Hold'em
06:00 ET -- Event 56: $3.30 FL Badugi
08:30 ET -- Event 57: $8.80 NL Hold'em (8-Max, Shootout)
11:30 ET -- Event 58: $2.20+R NL Hold'em (Big Antes, 2x-Turbo)
13:00 ET -- Event 59: $3.30 NL Omaha Hi/Lo
15:30 ET -- Event 60: $8.80 NL Hold'em
18:30 ET -- Event 61: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
22:00 ET -- Event 62: $4.40+R PL Omaha (6-Max)
Thursday, 19 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 63: $5.50 NL Hold'em
04:00 ET -- Event 64: $3.30 NL Hold'em
06:00 ET -- Event 65: $4.40 NL Hold'em (6-Max)
08:30 ET -- Event 66: $2.20 NL Hold'em
11:30 ET -- Event 67: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
13:00 ET -- Event 68: $2.20+R NL Omaha (6-Max, 3x-Turbo)
15:30 ET -- Event 69: $3.30 FL Triple Stud
18:30 ET -- Event 70: $5.50 NL Hold'em
22:00 ET -- Event 71: $11 NL Hold'em (Turbo, SuperKnockout)
Friday, 20 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 72: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
04:00 ET -- Event 73: $3.30 NL Hold'em
06:00 ET -- Event 74: $8.80 NL Hold'em (4-Max, SuperKnockout)
08:30 ET -- Event 75: $5.50 NL Hold'em (6-Max, Big Antes)
11:30 ET -- Event 76: $2.20 NL Hold'em
13:00 ET -- Event 77: $3.30 NL Hold'em (10-Max, Shootout)
15:30 ET -- Event 78: $5.50 NL Hold'em (6-Max, 2X Chance)
18:30 ET -- Event 79: $3.30 FL 2-7 Triple Draw
22:00 ET -- Event 80: $5.50 NL Hold'em
Saturday, 21 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 81: $5.50 PL Omaha (6-Max)
04:00 ET -- Event 82: $2.20 NL Hold'em
06:00 ET -- Event 83: $4.40 NL Hold'em (1R1A)
08:30 ET -- Event 84: $8.80 NL Hold'em
11:00 ET -- Event 85: $2.22+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo , Saturday Splash Special Edition)
11:30 ET -- Event 86: $1 NL Hold'em
13:00 ET -- Event 87: $3.30 FL Hold'em (6-Max, Turbo)
15:30 ET -- Event 88: $4.40+R NL Hold'em (6-Max, Action Hour)
18:30 ET -- Event 89: $5.50 FL Omaha Hi/Lo
22:00 ET -- Event 90: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo)
Sunday, 22 July 2012
02:00 ET -- Event 91: $3.30 8-Game
04:00 ET -- Event 92: $1+R NL Hold'em (3x-Turbo , Sunday Spark Special Edition)
06:00 ET -- Event 93: $2.20 NL Hold'em
08:30 ET -- Event 94: $5.50 NL Hold'em (1R1A)
11:30 ET -- Event 95: $2.22 NL Hold'em (HU, Hyper-Turbo)
13:00 ET -- Event 96: $3.30+R NL Omaha Hi/Lo (6-Max, 3x-Turbo)
13:30 ET -- Event 97: $11 NL Hold'em (Sunday Storm Special Edition)
15:30 ET -- Event 98: $22 NL Hold'em Main Event ($150K+ to 1st!) (2-Day Event)
18:30 ET -- Event 99: $3.30 NL Hold'em (Turbo)
22:00 ET -- Event 100: $1+R NL Hold'em (Hyper-Turbo)