The PokerStars Championship Bahamas schedule is a beast with 92 events packed inside nine days. There are events for every buy-in level, satellites for most the big buy-in events and nearly every tournament variant available.

The Big Buy-ins
The worldwide high roller action gets into full swing each January at the event and kicks off with the $100,000 Super High Roller with unlimited re-entries on Friday, January 6. It’s a three day event with entries allowed up until the start of Day 2.
A single re-entry $50,000 No Limit Hold’em event runs Monday, January 9 in the afternoon for players that may have busted the Main Event flights.  Tuesday has a $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha event with a single re-entry that is scheduled for two days and the $25,000 High Roller with single re-entry closes out he nosebleed action on Thursday, January 12 with a three-day event.
The $5,000 PCB Main Event starts Sunday, January 8 with two starting flights and organizers expect to pay 20% of the field. Two more $5,000 events are on the scheduled and filled out with four separate $10,000 buy-in events.
Event 11 – $10,200 Hyper Turbo Survivor – January 6
Event 24 – $10,300 Super Knockout, Single Re-entry – January 8
Event 87 – $10,200 Turbo $5,000 Super Knockouts – January 14
Event 90 – $10,200 Turbo Six Handed NL Hold’em – January 14


The Spade Trophies
New to the schedule is a $2,200 PokerStars National Championship with unlimited re-entries on Saturday January 7 and each country on the PokerStars Championship tour will have its own champ. Two low buy-in titles are up for grabs with the $220 PokerStars Open and the $440 PokerStars Cup events.

Action Events
The schedule has a few events with moderate buy-ins that appear promising for sizable prize pools – action games with fast structures appeal to the average PCA player in the past. Highlights include:
Event 17 – $3,200 NL Hold’em Turbo Win the Button – January 7
Event 30 – $1,075 NL Hold’em Tubo Six Handed – January 8
Event 39 – $3,200 NL Hold’em Turbo with $1,000 Knockouts – January 9
Event 57 – $3,300 NL Hold’em Two Day event – January 11
Event 75 – $1,075 NL Hold’em Hyper Turbo Win the Button – January 12

For the LOLs
There are a few low buy-in events featuring crazy structures or non-traditional formats that are designed for fun and most have a few beverages before sitting at the table.
Event 10 – $220 NL Hold’em Flipout Six Handed/Top 3 Paid with 18 Player Cap – January 6
Event 40 – $330 NL Hold’em Deuces Wild – January 9
Event 86 – $650 NL Hold’em Turbo Edition of PSC Main Event – January 14
Event 92 – $220 NL Hold’em Hyper Turbo Deepstack with Re-entry – January 14