All Aboard For the 2017 Station Poker Classic
All aboard as one of the next stops on the Canadian poker circuit pulls into Casino Regina from March 22 to 25 for the 2017 Station Poker Classic. Four events will run across four days, bringing some amazing poker action to the Canadian prairies.
The action kicks off a day early on Tuesday, March 21 for the Single Table Satellite Extravaganza. Single-table satellites will run from 4 p.m. until 1 a.m. for all four events.
Event 1 – Wednesday, March 22 – $450 + $50 No Limit Hold’em Freeze Out
Day 1 of the Station Poker Classic takes place on Wednesday, March 22 at 12 p.m. and features a $450+ $50 no-limit hold'em tournament. Players will receive 10,000 in chips and levels will last 30 minutes. There will only be allowed 210 players in the tournament at a given time until late registration closes. Reentries will also be available for the first four levels of play.
Event 2 – Thursday, March 23 – $630+ $70 No Limit Hold’em Freeze Out
Thursday, March 23 brings the $630 + $70 No Limit Hold’em Freeze Out starting at 12 p.m. All players will receive 10,000 in tournament chips and will play 30 minute levels. Late registration and reentries will last for the first four levels of play.
Event 3 – Friday, March 24 – $820 + $80 No Limit Hold’en Freeze Out Knock-Out
Friday, March 24 is the third day of the Station Poker Classic and brings the $820 + $80 No Limit Holde’em Freeze Out Knock-Out event starting at 12 p.m. $720 will go towards the prize pool while $100 goes to the knock-outs. Players will receive $100 every time they eliminate an opponent. Every entrant will receive 10,000 in chips to start and the blinds will increase every 30 minutes.
Event 4 – Saturday, March 25 – $1,000 + $100 No Limit Hold’em Freeze Out
The Main Event of the Station Poker Classic goes off on Saturday, March 25 at 12 p.m. The $1,000 + $100 no-limit hold'em tournament gives each player a 15,000 chip starting stack with 30-minute levels. Once again, there will be a maximum of 210 entrants playing at a given time. Anyone who reenters, late registers, or is an alternate, will be given a full starting stack.
Approximately 10% of the field will get paid for all of the four events. For full event details, please visit the Casino Regina event page.
The 2017 Station Poker Classic is just over a month away and can’t come soon enough. This is one of the first-class events across Canada and PokerNews Canada is thrilled to be able to cover this event. Stay tuned to our site for more information and don’t forget to follow along in our live reporting if you can’t make it out to this great event.