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Limited to 64 players so sign up early!
Texas Hold'em is the most popular game in poker!
No Limit is the Cadillac of Poker!
Sign Up : (Entry fees due on
board @ tournament)
Sign Up : (Entry fees due on board @ tournament)
Starts Monday, 11:00 am
Starts Monday, 11:00 am
Approximate Prize Pool (with 64 players):
40% of pot ($1,280), PLUS Winner’s Bracelet by
PureTexas.Com, Free Entry into next
2nd Place - 24% of Pot ($770)
3rd Place - 14% of Pot ($460)
4th Place - 9% of Pot ($280)
5th Place - 5% of Pot ($170)
6th Place - 4% of Pot ($120)
7th Place - 2% of Pot ($70)
8th Place - $50
Each player will begin with chips totaling $1,000. Blinds will start at $5/$10 and increase about every 20 minutes. There will be a 10 minute break about every 60 to 80 minutes of play. Game will conclude when the last player has all the chips. The Tournament Director may adjust the time allowed for each level and for breaks in order to ensure a winner will be determined within the time available. The tournament will start on Monday and conclude on Saturday afternoon.
Got unlucky? Eliminated early? No worries. This tournament will feature an Option to Rebuy and get back into the tournament. During the first 3 or 4 rounds (depending on number of entrants), any player eliminated will have the Option to re-enter the tournament with a fresh stack of 1,000 starting chips for $50.00. And when the Rebuy period ends, each player still in the tournament will be offered the Option to Add-On 400 in chips for an additional $20.00 fee.
In the game, players are dealt two cards, face down. These are the hole or pocket cards. Five cards are dealt in the middle of the table, face up. These cards are shared by all the players at the table, and are called community cards. Players then try to construct the best possible five card hand they can, using the community cards combined with their hole cards. The player with the best hand wins.
This is a No-Limit Tournament. That means a player may wager from the minimum bet to his/her entire stack at any time during the betting sequence. For example, when the blinds are $15/$30, the minimum bet is $30. A minimum bet is required to see the Flop unless you are in the Small Blind or Big Blind Position. In that instance, the Small blind must post an amount equal to the Big Blind, and the Big Blind, last to act, has the option to check or raise the action. Rules will be explained and a practice hand played before the game begins.
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