HPT is teaming up with Card Player Cruises for a nautical adventure at sea. Join us for a 7-night cruise aboard the largest ship in the world. Sunny beaches, fruity cocktails, and POKER!
Card Player Cruises proudly features a professional, fully staffed, non-smoking poker room. The poker room is usually open for play immediately after the first-seating dinner on your departure day. The poker room remains open throughout most of the cruise except when the ship is in port. Free beginner lessons for novices are offered, followed by a low limit hold’em game for beginners only.
The Card Player Cruises staff will be happy to spread any game and limit that enough players want to play. A general guideline regarding the games and limits on most cruises is as follows:
Limit hold’em: $2/$4 – $4-$8 and higher upon request No–limit hold’em: $1/3, $2/5, and higher upon request Omaha/8: $4/8 and often higher ($10/20 on up). Mixed games: Mixed games upon request Tournaments will be announced.
All poker games are open to anyone 18 years and older.
Check back later for full series results.
1st - Mike Englert - $200,762
2nd - Matt Bond - $124,028
3rd - John Beauprez - $81,288
4th - Steve Klaus - $56,482
5th - Will Berry - $41,045
6th - Nick Pupillo - $31,855
7th - Michael Hinde - $26,769
8th - Chris Denz - $22,307
9th - Jacob Phillips - $17,846
10th - Charisse Case - $13,741
11th - Michael Williams - $13,741
12th - Benjamin Keeline - $13,741
13th - John Furjanic - $10,261
14th - James Hoeland - $10,261
15th - Alexander Carmosino - $10,261
16th - Todd Anderson - $7,852
17th - Joshua Kieval - $7,852
18th - Daniel Halverson - $7,852
19th - Reginald Roberts - $5,885
20th - Christopher Carey - $5,885
21st - Dominykas Mikolaitis - $5,885
22nd - Matthew Livingston - $5,885
23rd - Jeffrey Fielder - $5,885
24th - Charles Aron - $5,885
25th - Steven Cahill - $5,885
26th - Phillip Cummings - $5,885
27th - Darrin Hunt - $5,885
28th - Phil Mader - $4,908
29th - Ryan Propernick - $4,908
30th - Casper Hintz - $4,908
31st - Jorge Nieto Jr. - $4,908
32nd - Randal Needens - $4,908
33rd - Paul Miller - $4,908
34th - Richard Dixon - $4,908
35th - James Bott - $4,908
36th - Brian Becker - $4,908
37th - William McCracken - $4,105
38th - Joshua Turner - $4,105
39th - David Warga - $4,105
40th - Behrouz Keshtavar - $4,105
41st - Derek Dekok - $4,105
42nd - Jordan Meylan - $4,105
43rd - Cody Brinn - $4,105
44th - Ekrem Bozkurt - $4,105
45th - Theodore Driscoll - $4,105
46th - Raj Dhanekula - $3,480
47th - Benjamin Ector - $3,480
48th - Reed Hensel - $3,480
49th - Greg Collins - $3,480
50th - Christopher Barrett - $3,480
51st - Wesley Cutshall - $3,480
52nd - Joseph Whitlock - $3,480
53rd - Derek Dillehay - $3,480
54th - Ryan Pringle - $3,480
55th - Jacob Bazeley - $3,212
56th - Lisa Fleishmann - $3,212
57th - Thomas Gabriel - $3,212
58th - Jeffrey Santarelli - $3,212
59th - Louis Cohen - $3,212
60th - Frederick Garcia - $3,212
61st - Samuel Phillips - $3,212
62nd - Ryan Remington - $3,212
63rd - Ernest Boudreaux - $3,212
Full schedule coming soon!
This cruise, brought to you by HPT and Card Player Cruises, includes an $1,100 MAIN EVENT with an anticipated $100k+ Prize Pool. While you're not playing poker, enjoy a relaxing journey through the Western Caribbean on the NEW CRUISE SHIP, Symphony of the Seas. This ship is a part of Royal Caribbean's popular Oasis Class and is the largest cruise ship on the seas, featuring more views, more entertainment and more ways to unwind. You'll get all this and poker too!
After departing from Miami on January 26, the ship will make port stops in Honduras, Mexico, and the Bahamas before returning to Miami February 3rd. Book today for as low as $949 per person. This cruise WILL sell out. It's just a matter of when. Click HERE for all of the details.
Find out more about Symphony of the Seas HERE.