This November, the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino of Hollywood, Florida will be hosting the Seminole Hard Rock “Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker open” with the help of the World Poker Tour. The 2018 series will include 19 primary events along with a whopping 40 satellites. The tournament series will run from November 14th through the 28th.
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Massive Poker Events:
The 2018 series will include massive tournament events, kicking off with the Deep Stack NLH. This tournament will have a buy-in of $360 and offer $1 million in guaranteed prize money. Players will also be looking forward to the World Poker Tour Championship, which will have a $3,500 buy-in and a guarantee of $2 million.
The final table of the vent will be filmed and aired by the Fox Sports Network in the future.
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In a press release…
Tony Burns, the Tournament Director for the Seminole Hard Rock, commented: “Year in and year out, the Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open has been one of our best poker series. Never was this more apparent than in 2016 when the series-opening $360 buy-in, $1 Million Guarantee drew more than 5,000 entries making it the largest poker tournament in state history. That benchmark stands to this day and we’re eager to get cards in the air for this year’s series which sees us partner with the World Poker Tour to bring the South Florida market a $3,500 buy-in, $2 Million Guarantee Championship.”
Other Events on the Schedule:
Along with the WPT Championship event, the schedule of the series is full of value. Players can look forward to the $1,100 NLH One-Day Event on November 18th and the $570 Deep Stack NLH on the 19th. An Eight-Handed NLH event is also on the schedule for the 26th, offering up a whopping $250,000 guaranteed prize pool, followed by a Seniors 50+ event on the 27th.
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Players can also choose to take part in tournament promotions, such as the Win A Seat program. The Hard Rock Casino will be offering players the ability to enter for a chance to earn an entry into the WPT Championship event.