An e-mail from the PokerStars Press Room stated that “it is with great regret that PokerStars has postponed to 2021 the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) 2020 and EPT.
Statistics on PokerStars players is available on specialized resources that track the game history of all users of the largest poker room. In order to gain access to information on multi-table tournaments and SnG, you need to know your opponent's screen name. Cash players’ statistics is only available on whotfru.info - this site provides its services for money.
Without any doubt, PokerStars is the biggest online Poker site in existence. Running since 2001, it's also one of the oldest, and has stayed on top of the game by offering an unparalleled range of games and massive bonuses for both new and returning players.
PokerStars is the only place where you can watch and play against Team PokerStars Pro - our group of elite pro players. Between them they have scores of World Series bracelets, EPT and WPT titles and more, adding up to millions in winnings. And now you can join them at the tables with PokerStars.
It is with great regret that we’ve had to make the decision to postpone the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) 2020 and EPT Barcelona, due to be held at Casino Barcelona, Spain. Here at PokerStars, we really look forward to these events taking place and particularly so with the PSPC, which will now take place in in 2021. Stay tuned for more details about the 2021.
PokerStars Casino extends a heartiest welcome to the players signing up at this online casino with its welcome bonus. The welcome bonus at this online casino is periodically renewed and gives the players a chance to win free Spins, exciting match bonuses, cash bonuses and even tickets to progressive jackpots. There is never a wrong time to do a right thing. So, sign up for an account whenever.
William Davis is a Loose Cannon qualifier originally from Pittsburgh but now based in Ohio. He started playing poker while studying for a Masters degree in Financial Engineering, and now plays regularly in local games and on the medium-stakes tables online at PokerStars. He’s yet to post a major tournament win, but is ready for the challenge of sitting down and playing against the legends of.
I have always wondered how some US players can play on PokerStars (excluding the ones from New Jersey). I assumed that they used either a VPN, TeamViewer, or some sort of other network protocol in.