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View the DeepStacks Patriot Poker Classic Live Stream On PokerNews This Week

DeepStacks Poker Tour

On Friday, March 29 at 11 a.m. ET, the DeepStacks Poker Tour Patriot Poker Classic Main Event at Mohegan Sun kicks off. The $1,500 unlimited re-entry event boasts a $200,000 guarantee, and the live stream will be hosted right here on PokerNews for our global viewing audience.

The six-event series begins Wednesday, March 27, with a $300 buy-in no-limit hold'em tournament with a $30,000 guaranteed prize pool and culminates April 1 with the live-streamed final table of the $1,500 buy-in Main Event, which will be hosted right here on PokerNews. The Main Event features a $200,000 Guaranteed and will be hosted by DeepStacks Pros Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi, Tristan "Cre8ive" Wade and Mike "The Mouth" Matusow.

With six events on the schedule, three of which are guaranteed, and buy-ins ranging from $150 to $1,500, this is a great series to tackle. Please head over to the DeepStacks Patriot Poker Classic website to view the entire schedule, event structures and convenient online registration.

All players participating in the event are eligible for special hotel room rates. On March 27-28, a rate of $79 is offered. On March 29-30, a rate of $159 is offered. On March 31 and April 1, a rate of $79 is offered. For reservations, call 860-862-7500 and mention "POKER13" to receive the special rate.

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  • donpeters donpeters

    donfisher1971 — I'm always for tournaments and venues working somewhat together to schedule their events more back-to-back than on top of one another, much like many European events have started doing. They can then draw bigger crowds for extended periods of time in what they call festivals. Still, the $200,000 guarantee and big names hosting the event should help attract a good field size.

  • donfisher1971 donfisher1971

    Don in response to your comment. They had it scheduled PERFECTLY! Then at the last minute the Deep Stack people allegedly told Mohegan they wanted to change it to compete direct against the WSOP Circuit Event. Sounds like an Ego stroke to me. Not to mention that the main event is happening over Easter so people that have kids or go to church will certainly not go. My bet is that they do not draw even 200 people for their main event!

  • donpeters donpeters

    Almost seems that no matter what, there will be scheduling conflicts these days. Poker is everywhere!

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