Hollywood Casino In Lawrenceburg, Indiana To Host Harley Classic
Top Finisher Earns 2013 Harley Davidson Fat Boy
This March, the Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg, Indiana will host the Hollywood Harley Classic, a $550 buy-in deep stacked poker tournament that will also award a 2013 Harley Davidson Fat Boy to the eventual winner.
The tournament will feature three starting flights beginning Wednesday, March 27 with blind levels of 30 minutes and a starting stack of 20,000 in chips. Players will be able to re-enter if they are eliminated the next day in one of two additional flights.
All three starting fields will combine on Friday, March 29 to battle down the final table, which is scheduled for Saturday, March 30.
Hollywood Casino is located on the Ohio River, less than 30 minutes from Cincinnati. The state of the art casino features over 2,800 slot machines and over 80 table games, including a 19-table poker room.
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