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World Poker Tour Copenhagen Starts Today

Scandinavian City Hosts €3,625 Main Event With Up To 400 Players

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The World Poker Tour rolls into Copenhagen in Denmark today for a DKK26,250 (approximately €3,625) main event at Casino Copenhagen.

The re-entry event can accommodate 200 players on each of the two day 1s and players start with 30,000 in chips and 60-minute levels with late registration available for the six levels. The final table will take place on Saturday.

The last WPT event held in Copenhagen was a National in March 2012 which was won by Steve O’Dwyer.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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