Poker Tournament Details
Televised $1,650 Main Event
You don’t want to miss this Heartland Poker Tour event! Buy-ins will start at under $100 and there will be over $500,000 in guaranteed prize pools.
The opening event is a two-day, no-limit Hold ‘Em Tournament with a $100,000 guaranteed prize pool. The highlight of the series will be the nationally televised $1,650 Main Event on the second weekend of the tournament. There will be a $400,000 guaranteed prize pool and players can win their way into the Main Event for as little as $100 by taking advantage of HPT’s popular satellites.
Be here December 5-16, 2019. Details are being finalized, so check back again soon for the full schedule of events.
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