The inaugural British Poker Open kicked off on Monday at Aspers Casino in London where all your favorite poker players will battle for the beautiful glass trophy that will be awarded to the play who gathers the most points across the 10 slated events.
On Poker Central, you can follow along with the action via the Live Reporting pages that will provide a running blog of all the action, chip counts, payouts, and photos. The Poker Central Live Reporting will complement the PokerGO live streaming that gets underway on Tuesday, September 3rd with the final table of Event #1.
|British Poker Open Playing Schedule|
|2-Sep||1||No Limit Hold’em||£10,000|
|3-Sep||2||Pot Limit Omaha||£10,000|
|4-Sep||3||No Limit Hold’em||£10,000|
|6-Sep||5||No Limit Hold’em||£25,000|
|7-Sep||6||No Limit Hold’em||£25,000|
|8-Sep||7||Pot Limit Omaha||£25,000|
|9-Sep||8||No Limit Hold’em||£25,000|
|10-Sep||8||No Limit Hold’em||£50,000|
|11-Sep||10||No Limit Hold’em||£100,000|
|13-Sep||Super High Roller Bowl London||£250,000|
Every event at the British Poker Open runs for two days with Super High Roller Bowl London starting on September 13. Structures of the British Poker Open are right here. The Super High Roller Bowl London structures can be found here. Aspers Casino is the host of this event, check out more details about them right here.
All British Poker Open events as well as Super High Roller Bowl London count towards the High Roller of the Year race, currently led by Sam Soverel. Check out the list of all qualifying events for the High Roller of the Year right here. Global Poker Awards winner for Tournament Director of the Year, Paul Campbell, will be on-site throughout the British Poker Open and Super High Roller Bowl London.