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£500 Deepstack Kicks Off Today At Dusk Till Dawn

Dusk Till Dawn

One of the best mid-stakes poker tournaments in not only the country but across Europe kicks off today; we are of course talking about the £500 Deepstack at the Dusk Till Dawn poker club.

The latest edition of this superb tournament is part of the WSOP Warm Up Weekend and carries a massive £150,000 guarantee on it. Day 1a kicks off at 14:00 on Friday 1 June and for their £500 players will receiv e a starting stack of 30,000 and will play to a 60-minute clock and the tournament will span three days so that players can experience what it would be like to play in a WSOP event!

The last time the 500 Deepstack ran was at the start of May and on that occasion 359 players descended on the Nottingham-based club. By the time the dust had settled it was Colburn Tomlin who emerged victorious, taking home £60,393.13 for his efforts over the weekend. Everyone on the final table took home at least £3,716.50 going to show why this event is so popular.

Along with the 500 Deepstack the Dusk Till Dawn is also the venue for some excellent live WSOP mega satellites. On Sunday and Monday there are some £500 buy-on satellites that pay out a £9,000 WSOP package. Each package consists of:

  • $10,000 in cash (to be picked up in Las Vegas)
  • £900 for travel expenses
  • Seven night's accommodation in a Bella View Suite at the Venetian

The great thing about these satellites is you can use the $10,000 cash for whatever you want! You can play in any WSOP events you want or blow it all on a party to end all parties. It really is up to you!

Get yourself down to Dusk Till Dawn this weekend. You will not be disappointed in the slightest.

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