Get Your Votes in for PokerStars Protégé Now

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With just eight contestants left and two days remaining it’s time to cast your vote for the next PokerStars Protégé.

Vanessa Selbst, Eugene Katchalov, Bertrand “Elky” Grospellier and Andre Akkari have each picked two potential protégés and voting over the next couple days will help decide who gets picked to play three WCOOP events.

The protégé who does the best in WCOOP events, with coaching help from his or her Team PokerStars mentor, will win a package to the 2015 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.

The 2014 PCA first-place prize was $1.4 million so the Protégé winner will certainly have a shot at some big time cash.

Protégé Contest Concludes on Aug. 23

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Vanessa Selbst
 

Whoever gets picked for the Protégé project will also receive free coaching from various members of Team PokerStars Online.

Here’s a look at who’s left in the voting:

Vanessa Selbst:

Richard Sheils vs. Robert Glenister

Andre Akkari:

Allan Justino vs. Rodolfo Valezin

ElkY Grospellier:

Shane Lynch vs. Arseny Shurapchikov

Eugene Katchalov:

Benedetto Passantino vs. Olga Ermolcheva

Voting officially comes to a close on Aug. 23 so get your votes in now. Head over to the PokerStars Facebook account to watch the application videos and vote for your favorite contestant.

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