Everest Poker ONE tournament schedule released

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Mar 23, 2011 Posted in Tournament News | No Comments »

The inaugural Everest Poker ONE tournament series is less than a month away, and Everest Poker has now released the complete schedule for the four-day poker festival that will be highlighted by the €5,000 buy-in Everest Poker ONE Championship event.

The tournament series will take place at the Salle des Palmiers in Monaco, and Everest Poker is guaranteeing a total prize-pool of €1,000,000! Here is a look at the five tournaments scheduled during the Everest Poker ONE series:

·    Thursday April 21st – Sunday April 24th €5,000 No Limit Hold’em Championship
·    Friday April 22nd — €1,000 No Limit Hold’em
·    Saturday April 23rd — €1,000 No Limit Hold’em
·    Saturday April 23rd — €25,000 No Limit Hold’em
·    Sunday April 24th — €500 No Limit Hold’em

There will also be a €500 Super-Satellite for the Main Event on Thursday prior to the tournament getting underway –for those of us who don’t have an extra €5,000 lying around. Players can also qualify for as little as a few dollars on Everest Poker, or buy-in directly with their Summit Club Points.

In a Press Release issued on March 22nd, Tournament Director Thomas Kremser (TK Poker Events) gave his thoughts on the Everest Poker ONE: “Monaco is the ONE place to be for Poker and I am looking forward to run the Everest Poker ONE event in April. The tournament structure is great and gives every player a chance to play their best poker.”



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