DeepStacks Poker Tour is about to make its way to the premium Grey Eagle Resort and Casino for another round of riveting poker events. The DeepStacks Poker Tour Canadian Championship is about to welcome its first poker enthusiasts on November 21 and keep them busy up until December 2. What makes this poker festival even more popular among players across North America is the Main Event.
DeepStacks Poker Tour aims to attract a crowd to its regular poker festivals with various perks making it a more special experience. One of those special features of the renowned poker festival is the generous Main Event is comes with. This year the culminating poker tournament is going to feature a guaranteed prize pool of $500,000. The amount is projected to rise even further by the end of the Main Event.
November 21 Sees Start of Action
November 21 is ready to bring the first Satellite Event, allowing players to enter the culminating tournament at a more affordable buy-in. It is about to commence at 6 p.m. this Thursday with a mandatory entry fee of $220. The No-Limit Hold’em event would make it possible for fortunate players to enter the Main Event in no time.
November 22 would come with the real gaming action and the first event of DeepStacks Poker Tour’s rich schedule. This Event #1 Day 1A is going to welcome players ready to bay the buy-in of $550 and guarantee them $100,000 in cash prizes for the top positions on the official leader board. Every entrant would receive a chip stack of 20,000 in chips allowing them the freedom to make the best of them starting at 12 p.m.
Later on that day, players are going to once again receive the chance to enter the Main Event through a Satellite one. The second starting flight of two, offering a way into Event #1 is about to greet players on November 23, once again under the same conditions. All survivors of the two starting flights would reunite on November 24 for the official Day 2.
Main Event Starts on Nov. 29
November 23 is scheduled to bring Event #2 No-Limit Hold’em with a mandatory buy-in amounting to $300, with 20,000 in chips for every entrant and 20-minute levels. The following day is projected to bring a truly riveting event preferred by many poker enthusiasts. Event #3 Pot-Limit Omaha will feature $400 as an entry fee.
Another interesting tournament in-store would be Event #6 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max on November 28. This single-day event would feature $400 buy-in and a structure many poker players favor. As many as nine Satellite events would pave the way for players to enter Event #11 Main Event which is scheduled to commence on November 29.
Its first starting flight will feature a $1,650 buy-in, as well as a guaranteed prize pool of $500,000 starting at 12 p.m. The two starting flights will gather a crowd ready for Day 2 on December 1 at 12 p.m. As for the Final Table of this culminating event and the ultimate winner, their name would become clear in the afternoon of December 2 when Day 3 is about to be in full swing.