Card Player Poker Tour Partners With Atlantis Casino
Twenty-Event Tournament Series Features $150,000 Guarantee Main Event
The Card Player Poker Tour has entered into a partnership with Reno’s Atlantis Casino Resort Spa to host the third annual Atlantis All In Poker Series™ from March 15-25, 2013.
Players are sure to enjoy action-packed gaming in a luxurious AAA Four Diamond resort, during the heart of March Madness and only steps away from Atlantis’ world-class Race & Sports Book.
The 10-day poker series, part of Card Player’s flagship poker tour that features a live web broadcast from main event final tables, will feature a variety of events including No-Limit Hold’em and Pot-Limit Omaha with buy-ins ranging from $100-$1,000. Players will have the option to compete in the $1,080 No Limit Hold’em Main Event on Friday, March 22nd or Saturday March 23rd.
The Main Event Final Table will be held on Monday, March 25th. Players may buy directly into the Main Event or qualify during a variety of satellite tournaments. A full schedule of events and structure sheets are available at Card Player Poker Tour and Atlantis Casino Resort Spa.
Atlantis will offer a complimentary hotel room to players who pre-register for the $1,080 Main Event online by March 15, 2013 or in person by March 16, 2013. In addition, players can book a special hotel rate by calling 800.723.6500 with the offer code SPOKR13.
For March Madness action, the Atlantis Race & Sports Book offers state-of-the-art viewing and wagering for all the college basketball fun.
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