- Moose International Poker Series for low stakes players
- Runs At Golden Nugget Casino in Las Vegas
- 15 low stakes events
A lot of the live poker tournaments that generally make the headlines in Las Vegas are high stakes poker events. That’s about to change with the Moose International Poker Series as its customized for low stakes players.
The Moose International Poker Series will take place from Jan 6 to 12 at the Golden Nugget Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. This low stakes poker tournament will feature a total of 15 events that have been customized specifically for those players with a small bankroll. A total of 3 events will take place each day with the guaranteed prize pools ranging from $3k to $25k.
Moose International is an NGO that looks to make a difference in the lives of kids and senior citizens all across America. They host their Moose International Poker Series every year at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas and their members travel to Vegas to play for a good cause. This poker festival will take place at the Grand Ballroom at the Golden Nugget.
Moose International has been around for over 100 years and has over 1 million members who like to celebrate life and give back to the community. This annual poker series is one of the ways they raise funds and give back to the community.
Low Stakes Series
Do note that this series only features no-limit hold’em events and you will not find any mixed games or pot limit Omaha variants. The lowest buy-in starts at $100 while the highest buy-in at this poker tournament is just $200, the average buy-in is around $125.
Most of the events have a guaranteed prize pool of $3 while a few events have a $5k prize pool. If you are looking for big prize pools, then you want to pay attention to events taking place on 8 Jan, 9 Jan and 12 Jan as these events have a $20k prize pool. The highest guaranteed prize pool is for $25k and this takes place on 11 Jan.
The Moose International Poker Series is set to take place as per schedule as of now. However with an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases and the new omicron virus, we will have to wait and see if the Golden Nugget will proceed with hosting the tournament or cancel it.