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October poker tournaments at Dover Downs

17 September 2018

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Three no-limit Texas Hold’em tournaments, including one with a $25,000-guaranteed prize pool, are featured during the Dover Downs Hotel & Casino Poker Room’s next championship tournament weekend from 19-21 October.

The $25,000-guaranteed tournament is scheduled for Saturday, 20 October at 11:15 a.m. Two satellites will be held for the Saturday tournament on Wednesday, 17 October and Thursday, 18 October. Both events start at 7:15 p.m.

A $10,000-guaranteed tournament is scheduled for Friday, 19 October at 11:15 a.m. The weekend tournaments conclude with a $3,500-guaranteed event on Sunday, 21 October at 11:15 a.m.

Participants receive 12 Capital Club points and $3 in comp for registering in each tournament from 19-21 October. Players who register one hour before the tournament begins receive 1,000 bonus chips and 500 more bonus chips if they are dealt in the first hand of the event.

There will be a limited number of $49-per-night hotel rooms for players who participate in the 19-21 October tournaments. Tournament registration must be shown to the front desk to get the discounted rate. Call (800)-711-5882 to register, using the promo code C10TW18.

Additional October promotions in the Dover Downs Hotel & Casino Poker Room include:
  • Cash Back: In Texas Hold’em cash games, players can earn $5 in cash and $1 in comp per hour of play. Visit poker room for complete details.
  • Bad Beat Hands: In many cash games or tournaments, lose with a hand as low as Queens Full and collect a cash bonus from $500 to $10,000.
  • Daily High Hand Contests: Win as much as $900 every two hours from 10 a.m. to 4 a.m. Payouts on the even-numbered hours.
  • $100 High Card: First full cash table between 10 a.m. and noon receives a $100 high-card hand.

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