With a new week underway, it is always a good idea to take a look at what we can expect from the tournament poker world. So we are going to bring you just what is happening the world over between the dates of the 1st of October till the 7th.
There a few new tournaments set to get underway whilst the WSOPE is due to end this week. Europe is certainly the place to be for the biggest and best action during the next seven days though the rest of the world has everybody else catered for.
Tournaments In Europe!
This week sees the start of the European Poker Tour San Remo; it starts on the 3rd of October and will run right through until the 12th. It will offer some serious high Stakes events whilst the Main Event will be a €5,300 NLHE event. The Main Event will start on the 5th and run right until then end of the whole tournament on the 11th.
The World Series Of Poker Europe is also going to be continuing this week in Europe though it will be winding down and ending on the 4th of October. The event which is being held in Cannes is currently playing through the Main Event, though there is still the High Stakes €50,000 NLHE Super High Roller to come. The high roller will kick off tomorrow and play until there is a very rich winner on the 4th.
Tournaments In America!
There are a number of smaller tournaments taking part in America this week starting with the 2012 Fall Pot Of Gold, which is being held in Nevada. This event has been running since the 27th of September and will actually be completed by the 7th of October.
Another tournament that is currently ongoing is the 2012 Big Poker Oktober tournament which is being run down in California. It started on the 21st September and is set to end on the 13th of October. In total there will be 27 events played out at this tournament with the biggest one this week being the $300 NLHE event with a $50k guaranteed prize pool.
The final event happening in America this week is the 2012 Haig Kelegen Poker Classic, which starts on the 6th of October and will be completed within a day. This is a one event tournament which is a $330 NLHE event.
So if you are anywhere near these events and feel like having a bit of a flutter, why not take a drive and see if you can come back with some good money. Either way, we will e reporting on the bigger events and perhaps bringing you the results of some of the smaller ones throughout this week.