Thursday, 7 October 2010
It's not often that people taking part in a £50 buy-in tournament will get the chance to appear on the TV but that's exactly what will happen in Dusk Till Dawn's Grand Prix on 30th and 31st October.
The current high of 848 entrants was set at the recent EPT London event and Casino.TV will be on hand to see whether the award winning card room can break the record. The tournament will be broadcast on Virgin 1 and Sky Channel 860 later this year.Dusk Till Dawn have also revealed that November's £300 Deepstack event will also be televised. The two-day event starts on Saturday 6th November at 3pm and will feature a guaranteed prize pool of £100,000. There will also be a £150 side event on Sunday 7th November with £30,000 guaranteed.A host of qualifiers are available both online and at the club itself. For full details visit dusktilldawnpokerclub.com/ Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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