After a successful first trip to Upstate New York in August, Poker Night in America (PNIA) is heading to Nevada next month. The new poker television show's next stop will take place at the Peppermill Reno Resort-Spa-Casino from Nov. 15-25, featuring a televised $1,000 buy-in Main Event with a $200,000 guaranteed prize pool.
Poker Night in America Presented by Peppermill Reno includes six scheduled no-limit hold'em tournaments, each starting at noon, with buy-ins ranging from $200 to $1,000. The Main Event will be played from Nov. 22-25 and is open to the public. There are also seven nightly no-limit hold'em tournaments with $100 buy-ins at 7 p.m.
The tournament schedule also includes plenty of mega-satellites into each event and cash games going around the clock. There will also be an announcement in the near future with details about winning Main Event seats and travel packages by playing online.
The 10-day series will also include an invitation-only high-stakes cash game that will be filmed for television. The $25/$50 NLHE cash game is game is scheduled to take place Nov. 22-23 and feature several of the game's most popular players and personalities. Anyone interested in playing should email PNIA’s Nolan Dalla at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"All of us at Peppermill Reno are happy and proud to be the host site for the first Poker Night in America celebrity cash game and tournament ever held in the west," said George Kisler, Director of Casino Operations at the Peppermill Reno. "Peppermill Reno has a long tradition of offering some of the best cash games in Nevada in one of the most luxurious poker rooms in the country and we remain committed to hosting only the most exciting events in poker. Poker Night in America will bring some of the biggest names to Peppermill Reno for 10 days of great tournament and live action games beginning on November 15th. We hope you will join us for the fun."
Our very own Kristy Arnett participated in the inaugural Poker Night in America high-stakes cash game. The game featured Mike "The Mouth" Matusow, Eli Elezra, Gavin Smith, Shaun Buchanan, Tom Schneider, Matt Glantz, Phil Laak, David Williams, Layne Flack, Greg Mueller, and Shaun Deeb, who stunned poker world with his slowroll of Matusow during the first broadcast. Check out Arnett's article about her entire experience here at PokerNews.com.
For the full schedule of events and more information, visit the official Poker Night in America website.