DeepStacks Poker Tour kommer til Spanien

  • Oliver KnudsenOliver Knudsen
DeepStacks Poker Tour kommer til Spanien 0001

Sidste uge annoncerede DeepStacks Poker Tour oversigten for deres første internationale turneringsserie. DeepStacks touren vil komme til Spanien til Barcelona Challenge i september, før den rykker videre til Panama City til Veneto Poker Carnivale i november.

Barcelona Challenge vil finde sted på Casino Barcelona fra d. 23. til d. 29. september og vil består af et €330 NLH turbo event, et €430 NLH turbo bounty event, et €550 NLH event, et €3.000 High Roller, samt den 360-grader live-streamede €1.500 Main Event.

Vinderen af Main Event vil modtage et $2.500 buy-in til den $500.000 garanterede DSPT World Championship til november ved Mohegan Sun i Connecticut.

“Casino Barcelona is very happy to welcome this new and exciting poker festival in its installations,” udtalte Casino Barcelona Poker Development Manager Enrique Lopez. “We are very proud to have the DeepStacks Poker Tour as a European exclusivity and this reinforces us as the Spanish and European leader in poker events. This series of tournaments will be very important for Casino Barcelona and we invite you to discover as well the beautiful city of Barcelona during the best month of the year, September and during the week Barcelona celebrates a whole week of public festivities where gastronomy, culture, art, and much more will be awaiting for you.”

DeepStacks Pros Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi, Mike Matusow og Tristan Wade vil være værter og deltagere ved Barcelona Challenge Main Event.

Her et et kig på 2013 DeepStacks Poker Tour programmet:

TurneringStedDato
Barcelona ChallengeBarcelona, Spain, Casino BarcelonaSept. 27-29
Oregon State Poker ChampionshipsLincoln City, OR, Chinook Winds Casino ResortOct. 27-Nov. 4
Veneto Poker CarnivalePanama City, Panama, Veneto Hotel & CasinoNov. 6-11
Mohegan Sun World ChampionshipUncasville, CT, Mohegan SunNov. 18-25

For mere information, læs Deepstacks.com.

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