Birmingham to host 2nd English Deepstack Championships

Posted by Rich on Apr 06, 2011 Posted in UK Poker News | No Comments »

Last month the first English Deepstack Championships were help in Luton, won by Amy Trodd, and following the success of that tournament D4 Events has announced a second event to be help later this year. The Broadway Casino in Birmingham will be the hosts for the tournament this coming September, a superb venue for an expected 400 player sell-out. The main event will start with Day 1A on Thursday 15th September at 1.00PM and players will start with 50,000 chips. The cialis a dubai buy-in for the main event is £550 and there will also be a £55 satellite on cialis vs kamagra Wednesday 14th September starting at 8.00PM. The times and dates for the live and online satellites will be announced very soon. Day 1B will start on the Friday at 1.00PM and over the weekend there will be side events running as well. On the Saturday there will be a £300 2 day event, with starting stacks of 15,000 and 40 minute levels, and the Sunday will see a £200 event with 10,000 chips and cialis generic overnight shipping 30 minute levels. The Broadway Casino will be hosting the championships and players will be made to feel very welcome at one of the United Kingdoms busiest poker rooms. The casino boasts an

excellent restaurant and well-appointed bar areas, where players and there family and friends can relax. Amy Trodd won £25,000 at the first event last month and id expected to be in attendance again later in the year.

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