On Monday, the Seneca Niagara Fall Poker Classic began at Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Niagara Falls. The series will run through Monday Nov. 25 and PokerNews is proud to announce that our live reporting team will be on hand to cover both the $1,500 buy-in main event that begins on Nov. 23 as well as a $500 preliminary event that starts Nov 21.
The main event is a three-day event that allows entry or reentry before the start of Day 2. The Seneca Niagara Poker Room will be running satellites into the main event as well as 'Steps' tournaments that begin with entry fees as small as $50.
The presence of PokerNews Live Reporting means that players participating in both the $500 event and the $1,500 main event will be able to make use of the MyStack App, which allows participants to update their tournament progress with chip counts, brief notes, or photos in the blog directly from their smart phones.
The last time that PokerNews was on hand for an event at Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Niagara Falls was Feb. 2012 when William Vogel was able to best a 216-player field to win the Deepstacks Poker Tour’s Western New York Poker Championship for $71,827.
Events running this series range from buy ins as affordable as $100 all of the way up to the $1,500 main event. Games in the events range from no-limit hold’em to pot-limit Omaha, and the schedule also includes a $100 Ladies Only Event, which will occur Nov. 23.
A complete look at the schedule can be found at senecagames.com.
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