Poker King Cup To Run Sep 20 – 28th At The Venetian Macau
The Poker King Club which is located inside the Venetian Macau is once again all set to host the popular Poker King Cup which takes place from September 20 to September 28.
The Poker King Cup will feature 10 exciting events is sure to draw some of poker’s biggest names in Asia and around the world.
The tournament is very popular because there are a number of high roller events that have massive guaranteed prize pools up to be won. Some of these events include the PKC High Roller, the PKC Main Event and the PKC Super High Roller.
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The PKC High Roller has a HKD 80,000 buy-in which gets players 50,000 in chips to start with. Blinds levels last for 40 minutes and players may re-enter unlimited times until late registration closes at the beginning of level 13 which will be the fourth level on day 2.
The HKD 16,500 buy-in PKC Main Event gets underway with its first of three flights on September 21st. Players will start with 50,000 chips and the blinds will increase every 40 minutes until they are dropped to 30 minutes after the last flight takes off.
The PKC Super High Roller requires an HKD 200,000 buy-in which gets players a 250,000-chip bankroll and blind levels will last 50 minutes. Unlimited re-buys are in effect until level 12 which will be the third level of day two. On top of these three exciting events, there are many other tournaments on the schedule.
Players who are finding it hard to come up with the buy-in, can enter satellite events to the PKC Main Event and the PKC Super High Roller.
The Poker King Cup Macau officially gets underway at 1 p.m. on September 20th with the HKD 3,000 buy-in PKC Opening Event which will be followed by the PKC High Roller and a Main Event satellite. The first flight of the PKC Main Event launches at 1 p.m. on September 21st which is the same day that the PKC High Roller concludes. The PKC Super High Roller goes off at 7 p.m. on September 23rd while the PKC Super High Roller starts at 2 p.m. on September 24th.
The final day will feature the final day of the PKC Main Event, the Deep Stack Event, and the Super High Roller. A No-Limit Hold’em Hyper Turbo tournament with a HKD 2,000 buy-in will be the last event to be held and it gets underway at 2:30 p.m.