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Grand Falls Casino is up next for MSPT

2 March 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- The MSPT is headed back to Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort in Larchwood, Iowa, located just outside Sioux Falls, South Dakota. From 4 to 8 March, Grand Falls Casino will play host to Regional Series Event 36 that will culminate with a $360 buy-in, $50,000 GTD Main Event.

Once again the MSPT and Grand Falls Casino are adding some flavor by kicking the series off with a $250 Tag Team tournament on Wednesday, March 4 followed by a MSPT $125 Seniors Championship (50+) on Thursday, 5 March at 10 a.m. and a $125 Turbo Deepstack where players will begin with 25,000 chips on Friday, 6 March at 10 a.m. A series of $80 satellites that feed into the $360 Regional Event will begin running 19 February.

The $360 Regional Main Event will feature three starting flights beginning with Day 1A & Day 1B at 5 p.m. on Thursday, 5 March and Friday, 6 March. Day 1C will take place Saturday, 7 March at 2:30 p.m. All three days will play 15 levels. The surviving players from each flight will return 12 p.m. on Sunday, 8 March to play down to a winner.

The $360 MSPT Grand Falls Regional Event last season attracted 339 entries and saw Eric Atchison earn the win and $22,457. In 2018 it was Minnesota’s Aaron Johnson (the MSPT Season 9 Player of the Year) who came out on top to win $21,268 after a heads-up deal with Matthew Breck, who locked up $17,500. In 2017, it was Travis Gant of Geddes, SD who bested a 426-runner field to take home $29,782.

Recently, Grand Falls Casino opened Betfred Sportsbook which allows customers the excitement of sports wagering on a secure platform. Whether you are betting in their on-site sportsbook, online or mobile, you will always be in the game with Betfred Sports.

Inspired by the lavish casino resorts of Las Vegas, Grand Falls sets a new standard of entertainment and fun for the Sioux Falls, South Dakota region. The resort’s world-class golf course – which is open now – is constructed on 155 acres of rolling terrain directly adjacent to the casino. Inside the casino, players will find more than 750 slots machines, 27 gaming tables including blackjack, craps and roulette, and an eight-table poker room.

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