Tuesday, 27 December 2011
Sick of turkey? Tired of the in laws? Need an escape in that dead period between Christmas and New Year? Well the Vic could have just the thing.
The London card room's Deep Freeze Mini Poker Festival runs from today, Tuesday 27th until Thursday 29th December and features a trio of tournaments with buy-ins ranging from £150 to £300. The full schedule is as follows:Tuesday 27th December £200+£20 NLHE freezeout 10,000 chips 30 minute clockWednesday 28th December £300+£30 NLHE freezeout 10,000 chips 30 minute clockThurdsay 29th December £150+£15 NLHE turbo freezeout 15,000 chips 15 minute clockAll 3 tournaments start at 7pm.Packages to play in all three Deep Freeze tournaments worth £715 can be won in a special £80+£12 satellite at 7.45pm on Wednesday 21st December. Players will start with 7,500 chips with 6x 20 and 6 x 30 minute clocks. Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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