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Great Canadian Freeze Out Poker Action Heats Up Calgary this Monday

Poker tournaments taking place around the globe are among the most exciting gaming opportunities for everyone seeking the thrill of live action. Calgary is going to become the heated arena of poker battle next Monday, as this is when the 2019 Great Canadian Freeze Out is scheduled to commence. Players from across Canada and the world would make their way to Cash Casino in an attempt to bag some of the generous cash payouts prepared for the best among them.

Live poker events have always been special for many individuals, as they give them the chance to meet like-minded individuals with skills ready to be proven in real-life conditions. Calgary’s premium casino venue is going to provide them with the chance to showcase their poker know-how starting next Monday when the first poker tournament of this festival is set to start. Live action will progress all the way to March 3, when the festival is going to see its 12th event and its Final Table.

Poker Events Galore at Cash Casino

This Monday is going to welcome the first poker enthusiasts making their way into the first poker tournament of this poker festival. Event #1 would be a single-day No-Limit Hold’em Holiday one that comes with a buy-in of CA$205 + CA$30. The following two days are going to see the next two single-day events, giving players the chance to win cash in a rapid manner.

February 21 would a more notable day, as it would give green light to a four-day NLHE Flight 1A event with a mandatory entry fee of CA$300 + CA$40. More players are projected to make their way to this fourth event, guaranteeing bigger cash payouts for the best among them. February 25 is projected to be another significant date in the structure of the poker festival, as it would give players three Reload Sessions as a challenge. This seventh tournament in the structure of the Great Canadian Freeze Out would come with increasing buy-ins.

Reload Session 1 would feature CA$50 + CA$15, while the second session would come with an entry fee of CA$70 + CA$15. As for the Reload Session 3, players would have to pay some CA$90 + CA$20. These are some of the more affordable entry fees and more participants are expected to make their way to the poker tables available on site of the casino venue. February 26 would bring the preferred by many Pot-Limit Omaha Event #8 with a buy-in of CA$200 + CA$35.

Main Event Action Starts on February 28

It is no secret that Bounty events and PLO tournaments are loved by many poker pros and people making their first steps in the poker world, as they are like a breath of fresh air to the poker field. February 27 will bring a Bounty event with entry fee reaching CA$370 + CA$30 that would amp up the heat and prepare players for the highly-anticipated Main Event that is the culmination of every poker festival.

Beginning with its first flight of action on February 28 and spanning all the way to March 3, this Main Event has a lot on offer. Every player interested in reserving a spot in the culminating tournament would have to pay the mandatory entry fee of CA$700 + CA$80, which is also the larger buy-in for this poker festival. Its last day would bring the Final Table with the heated heads-up battle and the eventual winner being crowned.

For those who could not make it to Day 2 of the Main Event, there will also be parallel events in progress in the days between March 1 and March 3, one of them being the exciting Tag Team NLHE/PLO tournament. With an entry fee of CA$200 + CA$25, this event would challenge the team players with riveting poker action. March 2 comes with a special CA$151 + CA$24 Turbo event, that would speed up action on the felt and have fast cash up for grabs.