The 2019 Bahamas PSPC, presented by PokerStars LIVE, has become the largest $25,000 buy-in poker tournament ever.
UPDATE — 9:20pm ET Sunday: Day 1 of the 2019 PokerStars PSPC has concluded.
— jcarver (@JasonSomerville) January 7, 2019
— Chris Moneymaker (@CMONEYMAKER) January 7, 2019
Putting 75,900 fucking chips into the fucking bag. Was hoping to bag a starting stack, not as happy when I was over 100k. Back at it Monday from noon. pic.twitter.com/C30HfNmXuJ
— Kevin Mathers (@Kevmath) January 7, 2019
Bagged 150k chips and going into Day 2 w/ about 125bbs 🚀🚀
You know me, you know my name, you know my game. TPP 🚀😅😂 pic.twitter.com/NgVBYK0UZb
— Joey Ingram #passion (@Joeingram1) January 7, 2019
UPDATE — 7:30pm ET Sunday: A total of 1,003 players have registered so far in the 2019 Bahamas PSPC, according to Sunday evening’s live stream.
UPDATE — 4:40pm ET Sunday: Twitch live stream viewership is now over 15,000. James Hartigan has confirmed that 971 players have entered the PokerStars PSPC so far.
UPDATE — 3:10pm ET Sunday: PokerStars LIVE personality James Hartigan has confirmed on-stream that more than 900 players have entered the event so far, including over 300 PokerStars Platinum Pass winners.
UPDATE — 2:50pm ET Sunday: PokerStars Twitch stream coverage of the PSPC surpassed 14,800 concurrent viewers early Sunday afternoon. Run It Up founder Jason Somerville is one of the players currently being showcased at the feature table. YouTube stats show more than 5,500 unique viewers while the tournament is on break.
The 2019 PokerStars Player No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) has officially become the largest $25,000 buy-in event in history.
PokerStars Team Pro Chris Moneymaker tweeted out the news early Sunday morning, as the 2003 WSOP Main Event bracelet winner predicted that the PSPC might eventually eclipse 1,000 entries — which would result in a prize pool of nearly $25,000,000.
The @PokerStars #pspc is officially the largest 25k in poker history. Over 640 entrants and probably many more tomorrow. Will get close to 1k entries. So blessed to have the opportunity to participate in this event.
— Chris Moneymaker (@CMONEYMAKER) January 6, 2019
Late registration for the Bahamas PSPC will conclude at the start of Day 2 on Monday. An eventual winner will walk away with the PSPC’s multi-million dollar first place prize this coming week, and the 2019 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure will extend through January 16th at the Atlantis Resort & Casino.
Original Story: Sunday 1:00pm ET
Bahamas PSPC — Cards Are In The Air
Various participants in the event have already confirmed via social media that action is underway.
We are underway at the PSPC, 60,000 chips, 8 60-minute levels today. Christoph Vogelsang has just arrived at my table.
— Kevin Mathers (@Kevmath) January 6, 2019
playing this huge $25K #PSPC and starting out at the featured table! gonna be a fun day LFG
— jcarver (@JasonSomerville) January 6, 2019
Play getting started. Let’s do this!
— Jaime Staples (@jaimestaples) January 6, 2019
Watch The Bahamas PSPC LIVE NOW
If you would like to watch the action unfold from Paradise Island, our readers are invited to visit the official PokerStars Twitch Channel or PokerStars.TV for continuous coverage throughout the 2019 PokerStars Player No Limit Hold’em Championship and PCA.
There will be a stream delay of approximately 30 minutes between the live action and what is broadcast.
Where to Get Live Updates of 2019 Bahamas PSPC
Live updates from the Bahamas can be viewed via the PokerNews Live Reporting page of the event, which includes names of participants, chip stack counts, blind levels, and other pertinent info related to the $25,000 buy-in event.
Part Time Poker will add on to this article as more social media posts are shared by the various players who are competing in the 2019 PokerStars PSPC.
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