NL Hold'em Quantum

Last Chance to Play Your Way into Playground Poker's Quantum No-Limit Hold Em Tournament

Karthic Ravichandran

Today is the last of ten starting flights for Event #1 of the World Cup of Cards. The Quantum No-Limit Hold em tournament kicked off the WCC at Playground Poker Club back on August 17. Today, the buy-in is $250 and each player that qualifies will take home $400. If a player is bagging for the second time, they get $1,500 extra.

The field should be big tonight, since the only other way to get into Day 2 of the Quantum after this flight is to direct buy-in to Day 2. That will cost you $2,200 and you'll start with 150,000.

Karthic Ravichandran is the man to catch with 399,100. He bagged that back in the first starting flight.

The first ten levels are 20 minutes, the next ten are 30, and the remaining levels are 40 until only two players remain.

The action starts at 7p.m.

The World Cup of Cards is a month-long poker festival held at Playground Poker Club just outside of Montreal.

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