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Satellites for DeepStacks Poker Tour to Be Hosted by William Hill

William Hill Poker will host a series of online satellites for the prestigious DeepStacks Poker Tour event in Panama.

British gambling laws - GamingZion

William Hill is serious about taking the American gambling market by storm. Besides working closely with a number of local land-based and online operators and software providers, the British gambling giant has also agreed to support American poker.

William Hill Poker, operating in full compliance with British gambling laws, will host satellites for the DeepStack Poker Tour, offering seats for the prestigious land-based poker event held at Veneto Wyndam Grand Hotel & Casino in Panama from November 6-11. The satellites for first ever DeepStacks Poker Tour Veneto Carnivale Series will commence on September 1.

The poker tournament will consist of eight events, with the $1,250 buy-in Main Event and $3,000 High Roller scheduled to be live-streamed. Online poker players in United Kingdom and worldwide will be able to win $4,000 packages from William Hill Poker, playing for as low as $3.

The satellites will consist of 3-stage events with main prize being the $4,000 Panama package. The first stage is a $2.40+0.20 satellite, while the last one being a $2.00+20 Super Satellite. Players are welcome to join at any stage.

British gambling news reveals that DeepStack was founded in 2007 by current CEO Christopher D. Torina, and has quickly become one of the fastest growing gambling enterprises in the world. They currently host over 100 live events throughout North America, and have already expanded to overseas with events in Spain and Panama.

Besides the live poker events, DeepStack offers a wide range of live event services including live broadcast programming, live-streamed content, as well as a nationally televised and Nielsen-rated TV show: the DeepStacks Poker Tour.

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