Courtesy of: Aruba Daily
The Players Poker Championship (PPC Poker Tour), that hosts US and destination poker events, is heading back to the Radisson Aruba for the 2013 PPC Aruba Summer Slam. “You can play at all PPC Poker Tour stops and win entries back into the PPC Aruba World Championship in October. Our one of a kind hybrid-series allows players to win great cash prizes and PPC Aruba entries. It’s the best of both worlds. We will continue to create opportunities for locals and travelers abroad to win not only cash, but also entries to future events on this beautiful island.” said Sandy Swartzbaugh, Commissioner for the PPC.
The PPC Aruba Summer Slam runs August 9-17, 2013. The series will feature 7 events culminating with a $560 Main Event on Friday August 16. This poker-cation is one of the great warm ups before you make your way back for the PPC Aruba World Championship, October 2-9, 2013 at the Radisson Aruba as well.
To help players plan their next PPC poker trip, 20% of the Aruba Summer Slam prize pool will go toward entries into the 2013 PPC Aruba World Championship that runs October 2-9, 2013. PPC Aruba which features a $2,500 buy-in, $200,000 Main Event is the premier stop on the PPC Poker Tour at the beautiful Radisson Aruba Resort. Defending PPC Aruba Main Event Champion and 2012 WPT Player of the Year, Joe Serock will be the featured pro. Serock aka “Floes” has over $2 million in career earnings.
About The Players Poker Championship
The Players Poker Championship (PPC Poker Tour) is a US based company that holds poker tournaments in US and international destinations. The PPC combines exotic locations with professional poker tournaments and exciting structures to provide our players with the very best tournament experience. The PPC was designed to give professional and amateur players alike an outlet to play incredible tournaments, while also being able to explore the beautiful locales where our events are hosted. For more information, visit http://PPCPokerTour.com
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