Poker News

Venetian Las Vegas to Host Card Player Poker Tour

The DeepStack Championship II will be organized at Venetian Resort, Las Vegas. 76 tournaments will be held over 30 days. The Championship will be organized between Sep 27 and Nov 28, 2021. The most awaited and popular event among them is the Card Player Poker Tour. The $2500 CPPT no limit hold’em $1 million guaranteed 2021 event that will run between Nov 11 to Nov 14. This event is the highlight of the series. The atmosphere of the tournament is energetic and exciting.

The CPPT made its debut at the Venetian in 2013. This will be the tenth edition of the event. Prizes of more than $15.8 million have been paid out during the main events of the previous nine editions. Jon Turner, who won two Venetian events titles, has secured around $737,858 for these two victories. In the most recent event of CPPT Venetian, Ankush Mandavia topped a field of 652 entries in a $2500 buy-in event and won the World Series of Poker bracelet. He earned around $260,000 for his victory. 

The 2021 DeepStack Championship II will host a variety of games and formats which include survivor tournaments, bounty events, and both single and multi-day tournaments. Game options will include pot-limit Omaha, limit Omaha, no limit hold’em, and pot-limit Omaha eight or better.

Buy-ins for the tournament begin from $400 and go up to $2500. Each level has different and exciting options for players.

There will be five events that feature $1million guarantees. They include the Mid States Poker Tour event with a buy-in of $1600 (starts from Oct 12), the MSPT event with a buy-in of $1100 (starts from Oct 18), the Mini DeepStack Championship with a buy-in of $1100 (starts on Nov 1), the DeepStack Championship with $1600 buy-in (starts from Nov 7), and the CPPT main event (starts from Nov 11).

The outstanding amenities and hospitality of the Venetian Resort along with the lively ambiance of the tournament make DeepStack Championship II a must-play series for poker fans.

Maxine Klingensmith

Maxine holds a bachelor degree in journalism, and she has worked as a freelance writer with foremost publications. Recently, Maxine has joined our team as a news editor. As she is passionate for casino and gambling industry, she conventionally contributes the latest news and reviews for casinos.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button