Two MSPT Events in Venetian Las Vegas

For MSPT Season 10 at Venetian Las Vegas, we partner with the DeepStack Championship Foker Series to offer two large-scale guarantees of $3 million each.

In 2014, the MSPT and Venice partnered for the first MSPT Venice $1,100 Main Event, which drew 854 runners. The tournament was turned into an annual event that grew to 4,411 entries last year, and it was the largest poker tournament in both the MSPT and Venice.

This year the Keystone 1,100-dollar MSPT Venice Main Event, which has become one of the summer’s most anticipated competitions, will run from June 3-8, offering four departures with a $3 million deposit.

In addition, there will be a $1,600, $3 million GTD tournament from June 17-21. The full amount of the $1,100 and $1,600 MPST will be reported live on the MPST live blog.

The MSPT tournament is part of Venice’s Dipstack Championship poker series, with 136 events running from May 13 to July 28, with a guaranteed $24 million prize.

With regard to the $1,100 MSPT Venetian Tournament history, Dale Bronk won her first MSPT Venetian Tournament for $163,870, and in 2015, Angelina Rich became the first and only woman to ever win an MSPT Main Event title, winning first place among 1,964 participants, with $304,386.

In 2016, the field grew to 2,887 entries, toppling the advertised 2 million GTD. Thomas Boybin beat poker pro Mukul Fafuja on a head-up play to take the top spot at $403,178.

In the 2017 record-setting competition, where the guarantees rose to $2.5 million, Nader Kakhmazov beat 3,273 runners to $440,029 in first place. He went on to win the World Series of Poker Gold Bracelets two weeks later.

And then at last summer’s historic event, David Levene was at $548,341 in first place in a stadium with 4,411 admissions. 바카라사이트 순위