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Card Player Poker Tour Returns To Ocean's 11 In April

The Tournament Features Six Starting Flights, A Quantum Reload Option for Day 2 and a $100,000 Estimated Prize Pool

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The Card Player Poker Tour is returning to Oceanside, California this Thursday for the third CPPT Ocean’s 11 main event. The tournament features a $250 buy-in and will run from April 20 – 23, features six starting flights, with one at 10:00 AM and another at 6:00 PM each day from Apr. 20 – 22. Players will also be able to take advantage of the popular Quantum Reload format, which allows players to buy directly into the final day of the event for $1,500 and receive an average stack. The tournament has an estimated prize pool of $100,000, though the CPPT event that took place in January saw the prize pool grow to $180,000.

2017 CPPT Ocean'1 11 January event winner Barry KnowltonThis will be the third CPPT event held at the legendary Ocean’s 11 Casino, which is celebrating the 20th anniversary of it’s opening this year. In April of 2016, Robert DeAgazio took home $23,813 for topping a field of 778 entries. In January of 2017, Barry Knowlton pocketed $17,157 after he outlasted a field of 582.

Ocean’s 11 is the only casino in Southern California located along the Pacific Ocean on the Interstate 5 freeway, less than a mile from some of the area’s most picturesque beaches.

Ocean’s 11 Casino boasts 50 tables of the best poker and table games found anywhere in California with all the favorite poker games, including no-limit and limit Texas hold’em, Omaha, Omaha hi-lo split eight-or-better, pot-limit Omaha, and crazy pineapple.

The casino also offers daily and nightly tournaments Monday through Friday at 10 a.m., Monday through Thursday at 7 p.m., plus Friday and Saturday at 6 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday players can enjoy the $10,000 Guarantee Deepstack tournaments.

To learn more about the CPPT and see other upcoming tour stops, visit the tour’s homepage. If you would like to improve your poker game, try Card Player’s excellent and FREE Online Poker School.