The Card Player Poker Tour recently announced that an official schedule for its events that take place at the Bicycle Casino is now available for those who are interested. The Poker Tour comes into the Los Angeles area between the 23rd of May to the 1st of June.
Those who are interested can visit the website and get access to the official schedule which will be made up of 9 events and 6 Mega Satellites of Poker. The Bicycle Casino is a popular casino amongst poker players as it has a 175-table poker room, which makes it one of the biggest in the world.
The Bicycle Casino is well known amongst the poker community and is located 10 miles south of downtown Los Angeles. First time visitors will be in for an experience of a lifetime, as they visit one of the biggest poker rooms in the world that has more than 100,000+ square feet of floor space and is home to 175 poker tables. The poker room is a world class facility that has HD televisions and an amazing ambience. Players and guests will feel at home in cosy chairs, along with a high energy, smoke free environment. Those who would like to visit and take part at the event can find accommodation near to the casino as the Bicycle Casino does not have a hotel attached.
The venue will play host 8 tournaments which will include 6 x $125 + $25 buy in mega satellites to the main event and also the $1,000 + 100 buy in re-entry main event which has a guaranteed prize pool of $300,000.
Some of the other side events that are expected to be on offer include a $120 no-limit texas hold’em turbo with a $30,000 guaranteed prize pool, a $150 no-limit hold’em bounty, 2 x $235 no-limit hold’em deepstack’s with $30,000 guaranteed prize pools along with a $150 pot-limit hold’em eight-or-better that comes with a $10,000 guaranteed prize pool.
The Card Player Poker Tour (CPPT) consists of a series of live poker tournaments that is backed by Card Player Media, who are the publishers of the most popular and largest poker magazine “Card Player” in the United States and also owners of CardPlayer.com, another popular poker web portal. The tour plans to make a live web broadcast of the final table events and stream it over the internet.