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Watch Live Streaming Coverage Of The 2018 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

Eight Days Of PokerStars TV Coverage Kicks Off With The $100,000 Super High Roller On Jan. 7


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The PCA is back for 2018! The popular poker festival is packed full of incredible tournament poker action, which you can be a part of even if you can’t make it down to the Bahamas.

PokerStars TV will be live streaming the 2018 PokerStars Caribbean Adventurez for eight straight days, beginning with Day 2 coverage of the $100,000 buy-in PCA Super High Roller on January 7. The broadcast will cover that event until a champion is decided, then move onto the final table of the PCA $50,000 High Roller on Jan. 9. Broadcasts of the $10,300 main event will run Jan. 10-14.

PokerStars TV’s James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton are the English-language stream’s hosts, and they will be bringing their popular brand of humor and insight into the game. The coverage will also feature studio guest commentary, along with plenty of with quizzes, promotions and much more. The stream will also be available in a wide range of other languages, including Russian, Italian, German, Spanish, French and several other options.

Five Platinum Passes to the 2019 PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship are going to be won by players during the 2018 PCA, but fans of the live stream should know that a sixth $30,000 package that can be won without playing a single hand. Fans interested in a shot at the PSPC Platinum Pass need to follow along with PokerStars TV’s eight days of broadcasts for a chance to win. More details will be made available on the stream.

Those interested in checking out the action can find it right here on Card Player, with the stream embedded at the top of this story once coverage begins. There are many other places to find the coverage. You can watch the action on both desktop and mobile on, as well as on PokerStars’ Facebook, YouTube and Twitch channels.

The complete schedule of live coverage of the 2018 PCA can be found below:

Date Event/Day Start Time End Time (approx.)
1/7/18 $100k Super High Roller Day 2 12:30 ET Playing down to 6
1/8/18 $100k Super High Roller Final Table 15:30 ET Playing down to the winner
1/9/18 $50k High Roller Final Table 15:30 ET Playing down to the winner
1/10/18 $10k Main Event Day 2 12:30 ET Approx. 21:30 ET
1/11/18 $10k Main Event Day 3 12:30 ET Approx. 21:30 ET
1/12/18 $10k Main Event Day 4 12:30 ET Approx. 21:30 ET
1/13/18 $10k Main Event Day 5 12:30 ET Playing down to 6
1/14/18 $10k Main Event Day Final Table 15:30 ET Playing down to the winner