The Sands Deep Stack Extravaganza is a small series with some nice guarantees and a reasonable structure. If you aren’t boycotting because of Sheldon Adelson’s anti-poker stance, then drop by and play some cards. Info and Schedule Sheet EVENT SCHEDULE SUNDAY, JANUARY 4 • 11AM$10,000 Guaranteed Prize PoolBlack Chip BountyNo Limit Hold’em$200 + $100 Buy[...]
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The 2015 Isle Classic at the Isle Casino in Pompano Beach features over a million dollars in guarantees and should draw big fields. What better place to spend January than beautiful Pompano Beach? Schedule and Info Page 1-1A Wednesday, January 7, 2015 11:00 AM No Limit Hold’em $3501-1B Wednesday, January 7, 2015 7:00 PM No Limit[...]
If you are on the East Coast between Christmas and New Year’s, the Borgata Deep Stacks Challenge is a great little tournament series with a buy-in between $150 and $400 every day. The beautiful property and the excellent structures make this series a no-brainer if you are in the area during the holidays. Schedule and[...]
Though this is a short schedule and not a full Deep Stacks event, The New Year’s Extravaganza still looks like a nice set of tournaments. The PHamous series happening at the same time at Planet Hollywood might make it worth a trip to Vegas after Christmas! Event Schedule and Info
The Mid-States Poker Tour closes out the season with the second of two stops at Canterbury Park for a $200,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
The Turning Stone Super stacks looks like a nice series of events with smaller entry fees. Upstate New York doesn’t get a lot of tournaments, so the fields should be soft, and the nice guarantees could even mean overlays. Info and Schedule
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the second of two stops at the Golden Gates Casino for a $200,000 guaranteed event with an $1,100 buy-in.
The Commerce, one of the largest poker rooms in the nation, will be hosting the LA Poker Open starting November 7th and running through November 23rd. The series includes some nice guarantees, including a $160 buy-in event with a $50k guarantee to get things started. There is also a nice selection of mixed and alternate[...]
The Borgata is not only the best poker room on the east coast, but they have an incredible tournament schedule both in regular weekly tournaments and in special events that seem to happen every few weeks. The Fall Poker Open is yet another big special event that will draw huge fields and generate huge prize[...]
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the third of three stops at the Meskwaki Casino for a $300,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
The Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh will be hosting this nice long series with mostly smaller buy-ins and an $1,100 main event. Fields won’t be medium-sized, fairly soft, and structures are pretty good for the buy-in level. Hotels in the area are cheap, and so are flights to Pittsburgh, so this looks like a great series[...]
The Venetian Deep Stacks really don’t need a description. They changed the way poker tournaments were run all over the country, bringing in better structures, longer series, and a professional attitude toward smaller tournaments. While many players are boycotting the Venetian these days because of Sheldon Adelson’s stance on online poker, the fields are still[...]
So, you can spend a week in beautiful St Maarten, play a bunch of poker tournaments, and possibly become a WPT Champion. Sound great? We can’t imagine a better series! With buy-ins from $120 all the way up to the $3,200 main event, even low rollers will enjoy the series, and St. Maarten is the[...]
As of this writing, the schedule for the WSoP Circuit event at Harvey’s in Lake Tahoe has not been released, but it will probably mirror last year with a ten day schedule and a $1,650 main. Fields will be reasonable sized, and hotels are not cheap in Tahoe, so many players who follow the circuit[...]
Ocean’s Eleven in San Diego will be hosting this four event series, with the main event boasting an $1,100 buy-in and a $200,000 guarantee, at the end of October. Very little information is available on the WPT website, but when is a few days in San Diego ever a bad idea? Schedule and Info Page
The Choctaw in Durant is known for big fields, and while this won’t compare the major events there, the fall series should be big enough to be worth the travel. A wide range of buy-ins, and at least two tournaments each day, should make this a great series for almost any level of player. Rooms[...]
The WSoP Circuit seems to have fallen way behind on confirming and releasing schedules, the event in Hammond will almost certainly be the same as it has been in previous years. There will be nearly two weeks of
The Liz Flynt Fall Poker Classic will take place at the Hustler Casino in Los Angeles, and features lots of smaller buy-ins with over a million dollars in guarantees. 18 events and a nice schedule of qualifiers makes this a bigger event than in previous years. Schedule and Info Page
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the second of two stops at the FireKeepers Casino for a $200,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
The HPT stops at the Daytona Beach Kennel Club in Daytona Beach, FL starting Oct. 3. The schedule isn’t announced yet, but there are sure to be several satellites prior the $1,650 main event.
We aren’t sure why the schedule hasn’t been finalized less than a month before the start of the event, but it is almost certain that it will happen and that it will be a fairly standard WSoP Circuit schedule with a $1k
The Parx Big Stax does nto get nearly enough national attention. These are great events with nice sized fields, good structures, and it’s a major tournament series that is three weeks long!
With the HPT name, the nice guarantees on the events, and the population center in Fresno, this series should be a big hit and the fields should be soft.
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the second of two stops at Running Aces for another $200,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
When a major tournament series stops at Golden Gates in Blackhawk, Colorado, the field is going to be huge. Events with over 1,000 players are common in this area when the HPT or WSoP Circuit comes to town
The HPT at Agua Caliente features nine events including the standard $1,500 HPT main event, and should draw a nice field. Multiple qualifiers will run every day as well
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the second of two stops at the Bell of Baton Rouge for a $100,000 guaranteed event with an $1,100 buy-in.
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the second of two stops at the Majestic Star Casino in Gary, IN for a $200,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes a stop at the Grand Falls Casino for a $150,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
Tournaments in the Chicago area generally draw big numbers, and while the Ameristar does not draw as well as the Horseshoe, the field should still be large, probably in excess of 500 players
The Pala Casino hasn’t made our list before, but they seem to be moving into running tournaments that bring in new players and we hope they keep it up.
Seneca Niagara, in Niagara Falls, has a neat little summer series running with buy-ins ranging from $100 up to $550, and only six tournaments on the schedule, it probably
The Grand Sierra has cheap hotel rooms, competent tournament staff, and a poker tournament series. That’s really all we need to know! Buy-ins are small, ranging from $120 to $200
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the second of three stops at the Meskwaki Casino for a $300,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
The CardPlayer Poker Tour seem to be back in the game and swinging for the fences with a nice long tournament series at Choctaw Durant.
The HPT is really pulling out all the stops to generate a big field in this event at Soaring Eagle Casino in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. With qualifiers running for three full weeks
The Florida State Poker Championships, at the Isle Casino in Pompano Beach, Florida, might be the biggest event of the late summer.
The Hollywood Poker Open Championship is a $2,500 main event with a few days of satellites and a few events after the main. An $1,800 Pot-Limit Omaha starts
The Bellagio High Roller Series consists of three separate tournaments. Each event has a buy-in of $10,200. We expect a fairly small and tough field in each event, but
We think The Wynn has it right with this series. While so many places in Vegas were considering giving up on their summer series altogether, the folks at The Wynn were
The Beautiful Bay 101 Casino in San Jose, California will host their annual Summer Madness series in mid-June this year. The schedule has not been released on their website, but the tentative schedule is below
There are more tournaments on the east coast this summer than ever before, with both Borgata and Foxwoods running significant tournament series while the WSoP is in Vegas.
The Golden Nugget grand Series has grown in popularity every year because of a nice mix of buy-ins and alternate game events. As a lower buy-in alternative to the WSoP,
Lucky Chances casino, in Colma, California, will be hosting the battle of the bay series. The series runs from June 1st to June 7th and
While other venues usually shy away from running major tournament series during the WSoP, Foxwoods has found a way to get some serious action on the east coast during the first half of June.
The WSoP isn’t the only place to play a $10,000 buy-in poker tournament this summer. The Bellagio will be offering six separate events throughout the first half of the summer, all of them at the $10,000 buy-in level. $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em May 29th $10,000 + $200 $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Jun 1st $10,000 + $200[...]
The Seminole Hard Rock in Tampa, Florida, will host the summer poker open for players who want to stay in Florida rather than visit the WSoP. Fields should be
What do we say about the World Series of Poker? The largest poker tournament series in the world happens at the Rio, with multiple events every day and thousands of players in multiple rooms
The Orleans Open consists of nine tournaments, one per day, starting on May 24th. The first few events are $225, with a few larger events at the end of the series. Events start at
The Bellagio High Roller VI will start on May 23rd at 2 pm. The structure is weak for such a big buy-in, but the service will be great, and every player
The Deep Stacks Poker Tour rolls into the Commerce for a ten day series that will be a nice tune up for California players before the start of the WSoP. There will be some huge fields in
As they have for the last few summers, the Venetian is running a long series during the WSoP to take advantage of all the players in town. While the ongoing boycott from many players
Binions will host their annual Poker Classic event from May 22nd until June 25th this year. Smaller buy-ins, ranging from $100 to $300 for most events will be great
The Hollywood Poker Open is establishing itself as a legitimate tour with stops at every large Hollywood casino poker room this year. This stop at the Hollywood in Columbus, Ohio, features
The Seminole Deep stack Series at the Hard Rock in Hollywood, Florida only consists of three events, but they are all multi-day events with big guarantees that should draw big fields.
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the first of two stops at the FireKeepers Casino for a $200,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
The Heartland Poker Tour stops at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles starting May 9th. The first week will probably be satellites, with some events the second week
The IP Casino in Biloxi, MS hosts the IP Spring Classic, a WPT regional event, in May. The schedule is unavailable, but there will be a $1,150 main event.
The WSoP Circuit makes its last stop for the season at Harrah’s Casino in New Orleans, LA. No schedule available yet, but there are usually 12 ring events with buy-ins ranging from $365 to $1675 as well as a few non-ring events.
Parx Casino, near Pittsburgh, will host another Big Stax event. These have been very successful in the past and should draw a reasonable field. More than two weeks of preliminary events lead up to
Caesars WSoP Warm Up is the ultimate series for low rollers. Fields should be fairly large, and there are multiple events every day with small buy-ins ranging from $130 to $240 and a $560 buy-in main event.
The WSoP Circuit stops at the Lodge Casino in Black Hawk, CO. No schedule available yet, but there are usually 12 ring events with buy-ins ranging from $365 to $1675 as well as a few non-ring events.
The HPT Ameristar was a late addition to the season schedule, but it looks like a great series. The rake is high, as it often is in HPT events, but the tour is moving toward offering more events and creating a series instead of a single televised event, which is great for players. Complete Event Schedule[...]
The Horseshoe Hammond’s annual Chicago Poker Classic will be a short series of large events with satellites running for the first week. The structure skips all of the 4/8 levels as well as the 100/200 (no ante) level, and starting stacks
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the first of two stops at Canterbury Park for a $200,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
The WSoP Circuit stops at Harrah’s Casino in Chester, PA. No schedule available yet, but there are usually 12 ring events with buy-ins ranging from $365 to $1675 as well as a few non-ring events.
The WSoP Circuit stops at the Horseshoe Casino in Council Bluffs, IA. No schedule available yet, but there are usually 12 ring events with buy-ins ranging from $365 to $1675 as well as a few non-ring events.
The Wildhorse Spring Poker Round Up at the Wildhorse casino in Pendleton, Oregon, starts on April 10th and runs through April 20th with at least one event every day.
The Pittsburgh Poker Open will start April 10th at the Rivers Casino and will run through April 21st. The rake and structure are both about average, neither fantastic nor terrible.
The WPT ends season XII when the WPT World Championship comes to the Borgata in Atlantic City, NJ. The schedule isn’t available yet, but there will be a $15,400 main event.
The annual Liz Flynt Spring Classic includes big guarantees on every event which should bring in a good field for each event. The series has some unique features, including some strange
The WSoP Circuit stops at Harrah’s Casino in Cherokee, NC. No schedule available yet, but there are usually 12 ring events with buy-ins ranging from $365 to $1675 as well as a few non-ring events.
The Choctaw Casino in Durant, Oklahoma is known for large fields, and the Spring Poker Showdown should be no different. The rake is a little high, with $100 + $25 and $300 + $50 events
The Pocket Fives Poker Tour will be hosting their inaugural event at Running Aces Harness Park in Columbus Minnesota starting April 1st. Pocket Fives has really gone all out for this series
The Mid-States Poker Tour makes the first of three stops at the Meskwaki Casino for a $300,000 guaranteed event with a $1,100 buy-in.
The Bellagio will be hosting another $25,000 buy-in high roller event on March 29th. These tournaments usually draw a small field, but there is some prestige attached to winning
Tulalip casino, just 30 minutes from downtown Seattle, will be hosting the Pro Poker Challenge with two starting flights and an $1,100 buy-in. We expect a medium-sized crowd of
While fields are down slightly in Venetian Deep Stacks events because of higher rake and a boycott over their CEOs stance against online poker
The Seminole Hard Rock Casino and Hotel in Hollywood Florida will host this regional World Poker Tour event starting March 27th and running for nearly three weeks.
Mohegan Sun will host the Spring Showdown starting March 23rd. The events range from $120 to the $1,100 main event, and the structures are excellent.
The Deep Stacks Poker Tour, sponsored by poker training site Deep Stacks University, will be at Chinook Winds Resort Casino in Lincoln City, Oregon starting March 22nd.
The HPT stops at the Daytona Beach Kennel Club in Daytona Beach, FL starting Mar. 21. The schedule isn’t announced yet, but there are sure to be several satellites prior the $1,650 main event.
The Hoops and Holdem tournament at Caesars Palace will take place during the NCAA Men’s Final Four tournament starting March 21st. These are mostly smaller buy-in events
The WPT returns to the betbet Jacksonville for the WPT Jacksonville bestbet Open in March. The schedule isn’t available yet, but series will have a $3,500 main event.
The WSoP Circuit stops at Lumière Place Casino in St. Louis, Missouri. There are usually 12 ring events with buy-ins ranging from $365 to $1675 as well as a few non-ring events.
The Hollywood Casino in Charles Town, West Virginia, will be hosting a Hollywood Poker Open Regional event starting March 20th.