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PokerStars is once again hosting its PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) live poker tournament. The company announced the return of the…
PokerStars Players Championship Returns in 2020

The second running of the hugely successful PSPC is set to take place in Barcelona next August.


4682 entries built a prize pool of €4.5 million, the largest in its history. The operator added a re-entry to the event in 2017, which helped set a new record.
EPT National Breaks Prize Pool Record as EPT Barcelona 2019 Gets Underway

4682 total entries to the €1100 event across four starting flights beat 2017’s record.


PokerStars Ambassador and PSPC champion Colillas will be fronting a digital marketing campaign for the online poker room, the operator has announced.
PSPC Winner Ramón Colillas Heads up PokerStars’ Spanish Digital Marketing Campaign “Dare to Dream”

Campaign to air on social media in Spain over the course of the year.


The online poker industry continues to focus on reaching new potential customers through Twitch with the two top online poker giants PokerStars and partypoker…
PokerStars and partypoker Continue to Emphasize the Importance of Twitch

The competition between the two online poker giants intensifies as both look to expand their reach via the popular live-streaming platform with new signings.


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PokerStars, partypoker and 888 will all sponsor live tours in 2019. Winamax is set to bring SISMIX to Spain.
How Three Operators Are Focusing Efforts On Spanish Live Poker in 2019

Following the advent of European shared liquidity in Spain, France and Portugal, PokerStars, partypoker and Winamax have announced Spanish festivals.


PokerStars has announced the signing of PokerStars Players No-Limit Hold’em Championship winner Ramón Colillas as their newest Team Pro.
PokerStars Announces PSPC Winner As Latest Sponsored Pro

Spain’s Ramón Colillas will now represent PokerStars in a deal that is hoped to last “many years.”


It was exactly a month ago, Ramon Colillas from Spain, hit the headlines by taking down the inaugural PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship…
PokerStars Players Championship Winner Ramon Colillas Joins PokerStars Team Pro

After winning the historic PSPC event in the Bahamas, the 30-year-old Spaniard now becomes a brand ambassador of PokerStars.


Until a few days ago, if you are not Spanish, you might not have heard the name Ramón Colillas. According to his Hendon Mob profile, until his incredible…
From Flying under the Radar to Poker’s Biggest Stage: The Incredible Story of Ramón Colillas

In 2018, he won Spain’s two major circuit events. One awarded him a $25,000 buy-in to the PSPC; the other a WSOP Main Event seat. He just won the first.


On Thursday, Ramon Colillas from Spain took down the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) for $5.1 million dollars, beating a field of 1039…
Platinum Pass Qualifier Wins the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship

Ramon Colillas from Spain took home the $5.1 million prize money at the PSPC, after going heads up against WSOP 2018 bracelet winner Julien Martini.


As one of two Platinum Pass winners to sit at today’s Final Table at the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship, Spain’s Ramon…
PSPC Final Table Profile: Ramon Colillas

Fifth in chips, Spain’s Ramon Colillas has had a breathtaking run throughout the event. Just how deep can the 30 year-old go?


After a big day of action over in The Bahamas yesterday on what was Day 3 of the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) we saw the bubble…
Nine Platinum Pass Winners Take Their Stacks into Day 4 of the PSPC

New Yorker Scott Baumstein leads the pack heading into Day 4, with Platinum Pass winner Ramon Colillas in the fifth spot.


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