Card Player Poker Tour Venetian $1,000,000 Guaranteed Main Event Begins Thursday

The Venetian ® Resort Las Vegas’ DeepStack Championship II is a 76-event series with more than $10 million in assured cash prize up for grabs. Among the marquee events of the popular casino poker event is the $1 million guaranteed 2021 Card Player Poker Trip Venetian $2,500 buy-in no-limit hold ’em occasion, which starts on Thursday, Nov. 11 as well as proceeds till a champion is decided on Nov. 14.

The event will certainly see players begin with 40,000 in chips. Day 1 will feature 40-minute levels, which will certainly enhance to hour-long levels for day 2 as well as proceed via completion of the event, outside of 30-minute levels during heads-up play. Registration and also re-entry will certainly be enabled through the begin of degree 13. Even more info can be located on the main structure sheet below.

This will be the tenth time that the CPPT has actually joined The Venetian because the excursion made its launching at the venue in 2013. Greater than $15.8 million in cash prize has actually been paid out throughout the 9 previous CPPT Venetian main events. All-time CPPT occupation money leader Jon Turner has actually won two of the CPPT Venetian event titles, protecting $737,858 in mixed incomes with those 2 victories.

One of the most current running of the CPPT Venetian saw Globe Collection of Casino poker bracelet victor Ankush Mandavia top an area of 652 access in a $2,500 buy-in occasion, earning $260,000 for the win after striking a heads-up bargain.

There were five different occasions that featured $1 million guarantees set up for this series, including the CPPT centerpiece. Three of those occasions have come to a conclusion already, including the $1,600 buy-in Mid-States Casino poker Scenic tour occasion won by Gediminas Uselis ($325,428), the $1,100 buy-in MSPT occasion taken down by Ethan ‘Rampage Texas Hold’em’ Yau ($230,379), and also the $1,100 buy-in Mini DeepStack Championship that saw Bhavesh Patel come on top with $238,233. The $1,600 buy-in DeepStack Championship that got underway on Nov. 7 is still recurring.

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