Blue Water Classic XV returns to Point Edward Casino

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The Point Edward Casino in Ontario will be hosting their 15th Blue Water Classic poker tournament series between November 28 to December 1, 2012. This is a series of three separate No Limit Hold’em tournaments with a combined estimated prize pool of $198,000 based on full capacity.

 

Here is the Blue Water Classic XV Schedule:

 

 

Event #1


Blue Water Classic XV Wednesday November 28, 2012
$150 + $25 buy-in
Estimated Prize Pool: $18,000
120 player cap
Starting Time: 4:00 p.m.
Blind levels: 30 minutes
Starting chips: 5000

 

Event #2


Blue Water Classic XV Thursday November 29, 2012
$300 + $30 buy-in
Estimated Prize Pool: $36,000
120 player cap
Starting Time: 4:00 p.m.
Blind levels: 30 minutes
Starting chips: 7000

 

Event #3


Blue Water Classic XV $600 + $60 buy-in
Estimated Prize Pool: $144,000
240 player cap
Blind levels: 30 minutes
Starting chips: 10000

Day 1A: Friday November 30, 2012
Starting Time: 4:00 p.m.

Day 1B: Saturday December 1, 2012
Starting Time: 12:00 p.m.

Fifteen or fewer players from each of Friday and Saturday will advance to the Sunday Finals (30 max. on Sunday) to start at noon.

Please note that 95% of each tournament prize pool will get paid out for each event. A point prize pool comprised of five (5%) percent of all Blue Water Classic Poker Event XV entry fees will be maintained and paid out to the top five (5) participants who accumulate the most points during the three Event Tournaments.

Click here for full rules and regulations.

To get more information about the Blue Water Classic or to register, you may contact the Point Edward Casino directly.

Point Edward Casino
2000 Venetian Boulevard
Point Edward, Ontario N7T 8G4
(519) 383-7770 or 1-888-394-6244

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