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Poker at Kings Hall – Lombard

April 20 @ 2:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come by the Kings Hall in Lombard, IL for a Charity Poker Tournament benefiting Lockport Girls Softball on April 20th! All events are, as usual, open to the public. Must be 18+ to play. Live cash games start at 2pm and run all event long. The multi-table tournament is scheduled as follows:

Event Location: 1000-40 North Rohlwing Road, Lombard, IL 60148

MULTI-TABLE TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:

2:00PM: $20 ($15+$5) “MINI” EARLY BIRD
3k Starting Stack with 12 min levels
$5 add on for additional 2k starting chips
3:30pm: $200+$30 SILVERSTRIKE SINGLE TABLE TOURNAMENT
10K Starting Stack with 20 min levels
$10 add on for additional 5k starting chips
4:00PM: $40 ($30+$10) TWEENER TOURNAMENT
4K Starting Stack with 12 min levels
$5 add on for additional 2k starting chips
6:30PM: $100 ($80+$20) DEEPSTACK 2.0
15K Starting Stack with 20 min levels
$5 add on for additional 5k starting chips
9:00PM: $40 ($30+$10) LATE NIGHT TOURNAMENT
4k Starting Stack with 12 min levels
$5 add on for additional 2k starting chips

For more information on Multi-Table Tournaments, click here.

 

CASH GAMES OFFERED

No Limit Cash Games
$1-$1 blinds $25 min $100 max
$1-$3 blinds $100 min $400 max
$2-$5 blinds $100 min “Table Captain” max

Pot Limit Omaha
$1-$2-$5 Pot Limit Omaha $100 min to $1,000 or Table Captain Max Buy In

For more information on Cash Games, click here.
*Live cash games will start at 2pm and run all event long.
Yellow Balloons indicate the game game areas.

 

Benefiting Charity: Lockport Girls Softball
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Details

Date:
April 20
Time:
2:00 pm - 1:00 am
Event Category:

Venue

Kings Hall
1000 N Rohlwing Rd
Lombard, IL 60148 United States
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