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Daily Poker Tournament Schedule

on Sunday September 21, 2014 in Spokane WA

Aces Casino
    Spokane WA
    ~0.00 miles away

Northern Quest Casino
    Airway Heights WA
    ~7.27 miles away

Wildhorse Resort and Casino
    Pendleton OR
    ~154.70 miles away

Casino Caribbean
    Yakima WA
    ~157.57 miles away

Las Vegas NV
    30 poker rooms
    ~802.13 miles away

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Find what casinos are having what poker tournaments on what day. Full poker tournament schedule and poker calendar with listings of each poker room and the poker games they offer.

Venue:  Where is the poker tournament being held. Usually this will be in the poker room of a casino, but can also be a cruise line or other venue.
 
Day/Time:  What day and time is the tournament occuring on.
 
Poker Game:  The type of Poker and Structure. Examples include No Limit Texas Hold em, Limit Hold em, Omaha/8, RAZZ, Seven Card Stud(High), Seven Card Stud(Low).
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Buy In:  Entry Fee into the tournament. This is usually expressed in 2 numbers for example $100+$20, The $100 is entered into the tournament towards the total prize pool and the $20 goes to the house.
 
Guarantee:  Is there a guaranteed prize pool? If yes, the amount will be listed under the buy in. Example: $10,000.
 
Rebuys:  A Rebuy is the option to purchase additional chips or to pay an additional entry fee and begin again within a fixed period near the start of a tournament.
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AddOns:  The option to purchase an additional specified amount of chips at a specific time partway through a tournament, usually immediately after the rebuy period has ended. Unlike a re-buy, this option is granted to all remaining players regardless of stack size.
 
Antes:  A mandatory bet from all players that is paid before any cards are dealt or viewed. Most common in stud games, though sometimes required in addition to blinds for community card games such as Texas Hold em.
 
More Info:  Do we have any additional information regarding a specific tournament.
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