At least 18 iPads are up for grabs in a great competition going on at the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino EPT Grand Final this week. All you have to do to take part is sign up for a PokerStars Live card today or tomorrow and your name will be entered into a random draw to take part in a 6-max Sit & Go tourney on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
All the SNGs will be played out on iPads (supplied by PokerStars) and the winner will of each SNG will get to keep theirs! The SNGs will give players a chance to try out PokerStars’ brand new Mobile app for themselves. All draw winners will be able to choose which SNG they compete in; there are 18 in total, taking place between 6pm-11pm, Friday to Sunday, on super-comfy sofas in a corner of the Registrations area. An extra bonus is that a waitress will be on hand to bring you free drinks while you relax and play out the tourney!
Built specifically for mobile devices, the PokerStars Mobile app offers real or play money games, easy navigation and intuitive design, and the ability to play up to five tables at once.
PokerStars Live is the new registration system for PokerStars live events. Players only need to sign up once and can then use their card at PokerStars tournaments all over the world. Each time you want to register for an event, simply hand over your card to the registration staff and they’ll swipe the card and take payment. Easy!
The draw for the PokerStars Mobile iPad contest takes place at 18:00 tomorrow (April 25) so get over to the PokerStars Live desk and sign up for your card as soon as you can!
Bryan Piccioli raised to 700 and Pokerstars Team Pro Joao Nunes called in the cutoff before Aneris Adomkevicius three-bet to 2,325 in the big blind. Piccioli and Nunes made the call, and we were three way to a flop of
Adomkevicius bet 2,850, Piccioli raised to 5,800, Nunes folded and Adomkevicius made the call. The turn was the and Adomkevicius checked. Piccioli bet 7,275 and Adomkevicius smiled, feinted to bet and then folded before tapping the felt and saying, "nice hand."
Andrew Chen raised to 600 on the button and Phil Ivey called in the big blind. The pair were soon staring at a flop of where Ivey check-called a 800 Chen bet. The turn of was checked through, and then Ivey bet 2,000 when he saw the river . Chen mucked his hand and Ivey won the pot.
The action folded around to Andrew Chen, in the small blind, and he raised to 800. Ankush Mandavia was seated in the big blind and he made the call.
Chen bet 900 and Mandavia called.
Chen bet 2,200 and Mandavia called.
Chen fired his third barrel of 5,250 and Mandavia called once more. Chen turned over and it was good as Mandavia mucked his hand unseen.
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