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Last Updated November 11, 2019Originally Published September 27, 2019
How to Win a Platinum Pass to PSPC 2020 in Barcelona

Pokerfuse has compiled a detailed list of how PokerStars is offering players a chance to win a Platinum Pass worth approximately $30,000.


For our Season 10 finale, David and Dara welcome writer, quiz show host and two-time EPT champion Vicky Coren to the show. Poker player and commentator David…
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The Indian PokerStars segregated room has kicked off promotion to PSPC 2020. The Mega Path qualifier in India has four steps starting at micro-stakes and progresses through final step 4 MTT.
PokerStars India Joins PSPC 2020 Promotional Campaign with Mega Path Satellites

Players can either start at low stakes for a buy-in of just INR 50 ($0.70) or directly register to the final qualifier with one Platinum Pass guaranteed.


Scott interviews a few Ante Up PokerCast fans aboard our Ante Up Poker Cruise. Our regular show returns next week.
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PokerStars Ambassador André Akkari is the face of a new promotion “Akkari’s Road to PSPC.” A Platinum Pass will be given away to special event on the Brazilian Series of Poker (BSOP) tour.
Third PokerStars Ambassador Lends Name to “Road to PSPC” Tour

André Akkari joins Chris Moneymaker and Kalidou Sow as faces of the global Platinum Pass giveaway.


Interested in winning your way into the 2020 PSPC (or maybe you don't even know what the PSPC is)? Well, we've got a post for that! Check out our comprehensive list of FAQs about the @PokerStars PSPC.
Get All the Essential Information About the 2020 PSPC

We have compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions about the PSPC and Platinum Pass.


PokerStars has revealed more stops on the now-global “Moneymaker’s Road To The PSPC” tour. The tour will host eight live stops between now and mid-January, with five in the UK and Ireland.
Moneymaker’s Road To The PSPC Tour Sets Off Around The World

Stops are scheduled in Russia, UK, Ireland and the US over the next four months, with hints of Canada and Brazil to come.


The year-long process by PokerStars of awarding Platinum Passes is in full flow and more than a dozen of players have already won their way to play in the…
Mega Path Could be the Best Way to Win a Platinum Pass to PSPC 2020

Every Sunday, PokerStars is giving away a Platinum Pass to the PSPC in Barcelona next year for just a $2 buy-in.


Platinum Passes to be given away to qualifiers of CEP stops in Marbella and Peralada. This takes the total number of Platinum Passes that will be given away via live routes this year to six.
PokerStars Will Give Away Two More Platinum Passes Randomly at Live Stops In Spain This Year

PSPC tickets will be given away during two stops of the Campeonato España de Poker tour before the year is out.


PokerStars has announced that the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) will be returning in 2020.
From The Bahamas To Barcelona: The PSPC 2020

Promotion for the PSPC mark 2 is ramping up: Here is everything known so far.


Later this month, a Platinum Pass will be given away via random prize draw in Namur, Belgium. Six finalists will play a sit and go for a Pass in Lex Live 2 in London, UK.
PokerStars Ramps Up PSPC 2020 Promotion Via Live Routes

Over the course of the next month spanning four European countries, PokerStars will be giving away Platinum Passes to the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship.


PokerStars’ record-setting PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) is back for its second edition and so are the ways to win the…
PokerStars is Offering a Chance to Win a Platinum Pass through WCOOP Streamers Showdown Promotion

Complete challenges on PokerStars and earn a chance to win the Platinum Pass to PSPC Barcelona 2020.


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