Tuesday, 5 October 2010
The organisers of the low stakes London Poker Circuit have unveiled details of a new autumn tournament schedule that will feature action five night's a week.
Wild Wednesday£35 freezeout NLHE Start time: 7.00pm - registration from 6.00pmStarting stack 7,000, 20 minute clock Late registration and re-entry permitted first 3 levels Capacity 40 players - estimated average duration 5 hoursThursday 3 £45 freezeout NLHE Start time: 7.00pm - registration from 6.00pmStarting stack 3,000, 25 minute clock Late registration and re-entry permitted first two levels Capacity 40 players - estimated average duration 5 hoursFriday fight night£25 (+£10 bounty) NLHE Start time: 7.00pm - registration from 6.00pmStarting stack 5,000, 20 minute clock Late registration and re-entry permitted first 3 levels Capacity 80 players - estimated average duration 6 hoursSaturday Showdown£100 freezeout NLHE Start time: 2.00pm - registration from 1.00pmStarting stack 12,000, 40 minute clock Late registration permitted first level only Capacity 40 players - estimated average duration 8 hoursSaturday Score £20 rebuy NLHE Start time: 8.00pm - registration from 7.00pmStarting stack 1,000, 20 minute clock Late registration and unlimited rebuys permitted first 3 levels, one add-on Capacity 40 players - estimated average duration 6 hoursSunday Silver £60 freezeout NLHE Start time: 2.00pm - registration from 1.00pmStarting stack 15,000, 25 minute clock Late registration permitted first two levels Capacity 40 players - estimated average duration 7 hoursLPC have also revealed details of the forthcoming two-day Super Stack event that takes place on 30th and 31st October 2010. The £150+£15 buy in event has a guaranteed prize pool of £15,000 and should offer plenty of value with starting stacks of 20,000 chips. The field is capped at 200 with almost half of that number already registered. Qualifiers are up and running at 888.com.LPC will also be hosting a special Halloween party on 29th October with special poker related prizes including tournament entries and merchandise for the best fancy dress costumes. Tickets are £10.All events (including the party) take place at the Kensington Close Hotel and Spa in Kensington. For more information visit http://www.lpcpoker.com/.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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