WSOP.com Sussex Masters In Full Swing
The WSOP.com sponsored Sussex Masters is in full swing and if you head down to the Rendezvous Casino in Brighton you can be part of it. Between tonight and Monday 9 April there will be total of seven superb events being run, all fully dealer dealt, and all expected to be at the 120 player capacity the venue has in place.
The highlight of the Sussex Masters is without a doubt the £300+£30 Main Event, which kicks off at 16:00 on Saturday 7 April. players in the Main Event will start with 15,000 chips and play to a 60-minute blind structure. Like many major live events in today's climate, the Sussex Masters Main Event will be played as a Re-Entry format meaning anyone busting out during the first two levels can re-enter for £330. However, if you choose to buy-in online on the WSOP.com site then the Rendezvous Casino will waive the £30 entry fee making it 10% cheaper than buying on on the door.
The full schedule is as follows:
[/TABLE]*Date | Time | Buy-in | Tournament | Notes*
Tue 3 Apr | 20:15 | £75+£10 | NLHE | One rebuy or add on in 90-mins
Wed 4 Apr | 20:15 | £100+£10 | NLHE Deepstack Turbo | 25k stack, 15 min blinds
Thu 5 Apr | 20:15 | £100+£10 | NLHE | One rebuy or add on in 90-mins
Fri 6 Apr | 20:15 | £70+£10 | NLHE | 7.5k stack, 1 Re-Entry for first 3 levels
Sat 7 Apr | 16:00 | £300+£30 | NLHE Main Event | 15k stack, 60-min blind Re-Entry first 2 levels
Sun 8 Apr | 20:15 | £75+£10 | NLHE Bounty | £25 bounty, 1 Re-Entry for first 3 levels
Mon 9 Apr | 20:15 | £70+£10 | NLHE | 7.5k chips 1 Re-Entry for first 3 levels[/TABLE]
There are also a number of satellites to the Main Event taking place but please check with the casino for full details of those. We have also been informed that cash games will be available too for those of you who are that way inclined!
Good luck to anyone making the trip for any of these events.
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