McPhillips Station Casino to Host PlayNow Poker Championship with $600,000 in Prizes

PlayNow Poker Championship

All aboard!

The value train is going to be leaving the station soon, and you don’t want to be left watching as it rolls away down the tracks without you.

McPhillips Station Casino is a beautiful facility located along the train tracks in Winnipeg, Manitoba — one of two casinos in the city. Later this month, they’ll be hosting the Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries PlayNow Poker Championship.

With four events on offer, this poker series estimates there will be more than $600,000 in total prizes awarded. The cost of entry is $300 at the lowest and up to $1,100 for the most expensive, and all four tournaments are no-limit hold’em, with one of them adding a bounty format. Included in your buy-in is a delicious buffet during the scheduled dinner break.

The first event gets under way on April 15 and the series will come to a close on April 18. If you are in town a day or two early, there is also a sit-and-go single-table satellite day on April 14 to help you get in to the two pricier events at a discount.

Sponsored by — the province’s own licensed and regulated online gambling portal — the poker site has already been running online satellites to the event, awarding 16 seats and travel packages.

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PlayNow Poker Championship Schedule

Wednesday, April 15Winnipeg Free Press No Limit Texas Hold’em Tournament$600Reentry
10,000 chips30-minute blindsPlay 21 levels on Day 1Day 2 on Thursday, April 16
Thursday, April 1692 CITI FM No Limit Texas Hold’em Bounty Tournament$300Reentry bounty
5,000 chips20-minute blindsPlay to completion 
Friday, April 17Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries Poker Championship$1,100Reentry
15,000 chips45-minute blindsPlay 15 levels on Day 1Day 2 on Saturday, April 18
Saturday, April No Limit Texas Hold’em Tournament$400Reentry
8,000 chips20-minute blindsPlay to completion 

We wouldn't dare miss an event like this and neither should you. PokerNews Canada will be on site to report details to the rest of the country.

You can find more information like how to register, where to book a hotel at a discount, and tournament structure and rules at the event page.

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