Come September, card enthusiasts will once again have a chance to participate in the amazing Belgian Poker Challenge.
According to gambling news, the poker tournament is set to kick-off the new season that will feature two grandiose locations. In 2013, the organizers decided to have a total of three stopover, however now the event will take place at the Spa Casino (from September 3 -7) and at the later stage at the Namur’s Casino (from November 28).
Spa Casino will host six poker events which will also include the Main event, while many other Side events will also be on offer. Players will have to put up EUR 800 as a buy-in to the event, where the other events have different price listings.
Some of the Side Events will be; EUR 220 NLH Turbo Bounty, EUR 110 NLH Turbo “With the Button,” EUR 220 NLH 6-Max, EUR 110 NLH Deuces Wild and EUR 330 NLH Freezeout.
Namur’s Casino will hold the second part of the competition
The Belgian poker challenge will continue in November at the esteemed Namur’s Casino after a short break. The gaming establishment will host 12 tournaments, of which six will comprise the championship events. Numerous Side Events will be available to players, which will range from EUR 110 – 2,200 buy-ins. The Main Event is scheduled for Nov. 30.
Last year, BPC’s Main Event attracted a crowd of 470 players that garnered EUR 608,180 prize pool. Laurens De Smet, known throughout Belgian poker rooms, emerged as the victor with EUR 97,304 in winnings. Belgian players also have a chance to partake in the exciting face-to-face tournament titled Heads-Up Invitational, where the best players show up.