New Stops Added To Card Player Poker Tour
Wynn Las Vegas Will Kick Off 2013 Schedule
The Card Player Poker Tour is pleased to announce the addition of three new stops to the 2013 CPPT schedule.
The action kicks off in Las Vegas at the Wynn Hotel and Casino in late February. The 12-event series will start with a four-day $500+$50 no-limit hold’em event and will conclude with the five-day $5,000+$180 main event on March 17.
Along the way, players of all bankroll sizes will be able to partake in events as low as $270+$30 and as high as $2,000+$100. Of the 12 events, 8 will qualify for Card Player Player of the Year points.
In mid-March, the tour moves on to Reno, Nevada, to team up with the Atlantis Casino Resort and Spa for a 26-event series with buy-ins as low as $100 and as high as $1,000. Players can even satellite into the main event for as little as $60.
In April, the CPPT hits the ocean, joining the Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas for a 7-night Western Caribbean Cruise. While on board, poker players can compete in the $1,000 buy-in main event. Right now, you can win your way onto the cruise by competing on Card Player Poker.
Visit the Card Player Poker Tour events page to view the tournament schedule, as well as find out how to book your room for the upcoming series.
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