The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure is getting closer by the day with the Main Event kicking off on the 7th of January. This has led PokerStars to offer a chance of a bonus of up to $100 to anybody who makes a deposit on the site and manages to select the PokerStars Team Pro who manages to go the deepest in the PCA Main Event.
So all you have to do is make a deposit of up to $100 and then make a selection from the 15 players listed below that you feel is going to be the most successful of them all. If your selection does in fact go the deepest in the PCA Main Event, PokerStars will immediately match what you deposited.
• Bertrand Grospellier
• Vanessa Selbst
• Eugene Katchalov
• Jan Heitmann
• Fatima Moreira De Melo
• Jason Mercier
• Mickey Petersen
• Maxim Lykov
• Randy Lew
• Andre Akkari
• Jose Ignacio Barbero
• Isaac Haxton
It is certainly a difficult decision to make, with each of them being excellent poker players. Grospellier is a former winner, Haxton has managed a runner up spot before, but all of them are easily capable of coming home with a win.
It isn’t even about who will win, it is about which one will finish the highest on the leader board at the end of the event.
To be eligible you have to make your deposit and selection before the 7th of January, you will also need to ensure that you find the correct deposit codes for this bonus offer too, these can be found in the promotions section on the PokerStars website.
Once you have done everything that you need to be eligible you are then stuck with the difficult task of guessing who will start the year the best out of all of the PokerStars Team Pros. If I was to pick a name from that list, I would personally go with Eugene Katchalov. He had an extremely consistent year in 2012 and I feel he is going to be one of the names to watch in 2013. With so many other names to choose from though, with the likes of Selbst, Mercier, Lew, Negreanu and Duhamel all being amongst the best players in the world, it really is a lottery in my book.
We will be following this event very closely once it gets underway, so if you do make a choice and want to be kept fully up to date on how your pick is doing, you will know exactly where to come.