Friday, 2 April 2010
If the prospect of a weekend of DIY and traipsing round the shops doesn't appeal (and let's face it, it really doesn't) then the London Poker Circuit has a couple of welcome distractions.
The first their two events this weekend is at the Kensington Close Hotel starting tonight at 7.30pm. The £20 buy-in (with no rake or registration fee) will get you 5,000 chips and a 20 minute clock. Cash tables will also be available.The second event is a deep stack special, also at the Kensington Close Hotel starting at 2pm on Easter Sunday afternoon. The buy-in is just £30 (again no rake or registration fee) with starting stacks of 10,000 chips and a half hour clock. Cash games will be available from 3pm.And if a rake free, registration free game isn't enough, players registering before 1.45pm will also be given an Easter egg!
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