The 2013 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) is right around the corner, and you have just one day left to win a PCA side event package worth $6,000. What's more, you could find yourself jetting off to the Caribbean for no financial outlay whatsoever!
In celebration of the PCA's 10th anniversary, PokerStars is hosting a special freeroll that will see one lucky player walk away with a PCA side event package valued at $6,000. That freeroll will take place at 14:00 ET (20:00 CET) on Dec. 9, and while the deadline was originally Nov. 23, it has been extended to Nov. 30—which means you have just one day to share your PCA memories with the poker community and earn a ticket to the PCA Memories Freeroll.
PokerNews readers can submit up to five entries each, but only one freeroll ticket will be issued. Entries can include photos, videos, anecdotes or anything else PCA related that you would like to share with your peers. Were you there in 2011 when the identity of “Isildur1” was revealed? Or maybe you were one of the lucky people who got to board the luxury cruise ship The Voyager of the Seas in 2004? Did you have your biggest cash in a PCA Main Event? Whatever your memory of the PCA, share it with everyone by tomorrow and you could be heading there again in 2013!
Once you have decided which PCA memory to share, email them to email@example.com and the excellent PokerStars customer service staff will issue you with a PCA Memories Freeroll ticket at the end of the promotional period.
Please ensure you make it clear which PCA year your entries are from and to include any data or information that is relevant to your entry. Don’t forget to include your PokerStars screen name and ensure it’s spelled correctly to avoid delays in issuing the freeroll tickets.
The eventual winner of the PCA Memories Freeroll will be awarded a PCA side event package worth $6,000. PokerStars has stated that a minimum of $2,200 must be spent on a PCA 2013 tournament entry, but the rest can be used for travel or expenses if you wish. What better way to kick off 2013 than with a poker holiday in the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island?