Monday, 5 September 2011
The Palm Beach Casino has been become a regular for London's tournament players with its monthly £1,000 Big Game event (the latest of which takes place tonight).
The Mayfair venue will be expanding its tournament offering in the form of the September Series of Poker which will feature a trio of events starting on Monday 26th September. The action gets under way with a £3,000+£200 no limit hold'em event on Monday followed by a £1,000+£80 PLO event starting on the Tuesday. The top attraction is the two day, £5,000+£300 High Roller event which starts on Wednesday 28th. £500+£30 satellites will take place on the Sunday prior to the festival. The full line up, complete with start times and field caps is as follows:Sun 25 Sep at 6pm£500+30 Satellite to High Roller Event 60 Player Cap. Mon 26 Sep at 2pm£3,000+200 No Limit Hold'em - Six Max 36 Player Cap. 60 min levels - 20,000 chips. Tue 27 Sep at 2pm £1,000+80 Pot Limit Omaha 48 Player Cap. 40 min levels - 15,000 chips. Wed 28 - Thu 29 Sep at 2pm£5,000+300 No Limit Hold'em - High Roller 60 Player Cap. 90 min levels - 30,000 chips. Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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