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All-Star Showdown - Thu Oct 25, 2012, 11:38 AM
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The All-Star Showdown is coming!

Attention poker superstars, high-stakes grinders and rail birds of the world! We’re getting ready to host the first annual All-Star Showdown, featuring eight of poker’s biggest stars, each putting $100,000 of their own money on the line for the chance to be called the best No-Limit Hold’em Heads-Up player in the world.

Over one week, they’ll do battle on the heads-up tables until just one remains. Their prize? More than $500,000 and the first-ever All-Star Showdown trophy.

Matches will take place online from October 27-November 4, with seeding determined by a random draw prior to the first match and players progressing through a single-elimination bracket.

The world’s foremost heads-up experts are expected to register for the All-Star Showdown, with the newest member of Team Online, Isaac ‘Ike Haxton’ Haxton, already signed-up and ready to go. Don’t miss it!

Watch the All-Star Showdown

We’ll publish a full list of those involved before the tournament begins.

Review the match schedule below to make sure you catch all of the action online at PokerStars. You don’t even need to have a PokerStars account to watch. As each match finishes, the PokerStars Blog will post the results, player reactions and the most interesting hands right here, so check back often!
All-Star Showdown: The Results

Keep up-to-date with the results from every All-Star Showdown bout with help from the PokerStars Blog and the results table below.

Please visit our All-Star Showdown **OFFICIAL DISCUSSION**

Thank you for being a member of www.pokerschoolonline.com and best of luck to you at the tables!

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Last edited by CannonLee; Thu Oct 25, 2012 at 11:42 AM..

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