Wednesday, 1 April 2009
In association with the London Poker Meetup and BLAPO, the Loose Cannon members’ club in Cannon Street, London, is hosting an Easter Poker Festival with affordable low-stakes buy-ins.
On Easter Saturday they will host a £25 survivor tournament – it plays like a normal game but once half the field is eliminated, the remainder are automatically entered into the evening’s £50 freezeout. The evening tournament can also be bought in for directly.Easter Sunday sees the club play host to a £50 deepstack event - 10,000 chips is the standard stack but to reward promptness players in the club and registered for the event by 1.30pm get a bonus of 2,000 chips. Easter Monday then sees Loose Cannon’s first heads-up tournament with a £20 buy-in. The field size is capped at 64 runners so that’s another excuse to get up bright and early. The top four will be paid.More info on blapo.co.uk
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