PPC Poker Tour to Run Over 25 Events in Season 2; Triples in Size for 2014
The Players Poker Championship (PPC) Poker Tour, which hosted eight events last year and saw Robin Kazemieh defeat Joe Ebanks to win the 2013 PPC Aruba World Championship $2,500 Main Event, has announced that their tour will grow to 25 events in 2014.
"Our goal has always been to create as many opportunities for players to win their way to the PPC Aruba World Championship," said Sandy Swartzbaugh, Commissioner for the PPC Poker Tour. "Adding new events in Miami, Pensacola and Las Vegas will allow us to send over 100 players to Aruba in October.”
The PPC Poker Tour is known for holding poker tournaments in U.S. and international destinations that give professional and amateur players alike an outlet to play incredible tournaments, while also exploring beautiful locales. Joe Serock currently serves as ambassador for the PPC Poker Tour.
Here is a look at what's in store for the PPC:
Remaining 2014 PPC Poker Tour Season 2 Schedule
|PPC Maryland Live! Aruba Satellite Series||March 3-9|
|PPC Florida Spring Poker Stakes||March 11-16|
|PPC Radisson Aruba Poker Series||March 19-22|
|PPC Ft. Pierce Spring Classic||March 26-30|
|PPC Maryland Live! Aruba Satellite Series||March 31- 4.6|
|PPC Casino Miami Poker Classic||April 15-20|
|PPC Radisson Aruba Poker Series||April 23-26|
|PPC South America Championship Aruba||May 2014|
|PPC Maryland Live! Aruba Satellite Series||May 2014|
|PPC Golden Nugget Desert Open||June 29-July 1|
|PPC Maryland Live! Aruba Satellite Series||June 2014|
|PPC North America Championship||July 10-20|
|PPC Maryland Live! Aruba Satellite Series||July 2014|
|PPC Pensacola Summer Showdown||August 27-31|
|PPC Casino Miami Kickoff Series||August 2014|
|PPC Maryland Live! Aruba Satellite Series||August 2014|
|PPC Tampa Downs Fall Classic||September 2014|
|PPC Fort Pierce Fall Challenge||September 2014|
|PPC Maryland Live! Aruba Satellite Series||September 2014|
|PPC Aruba World Championship||October 15-21|
|PPC Puerto Plata Poker Open||December 2014|
The PPC Aruba World Championship which features a $2,200 buy-in, $200,000 guranteed Main Event is the premier stop on the PPC Poker Tour at the beautiful Radisson Aruba Resort.
“The rapid growth of the tour is a testament to the desire of professional and recreational players to play in events custom tailored for all levels," said Bryan Oulton, Co-commissioner for the PPC Poker Tour. "Plus the dedication of many rooms, specifically Tampa Bay Downs and Maryland Live! that initially took a chance with us, has been irreplaceable. ”
For more on the PPC Poker Tour visit ppcpokertour.com.