This August, the Card Player Poker Tour will venture to the Gulf Coast for its inaugural stop at the Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort in D’Iberville, Mississippi. The series will run from Aug. 2-13 at the 68,000-sq. ft. casino, which opened in December of 2015.
There are 14 events on the schedule, with games including no-limit hold’em, stud eight-or-better and pot-limit Omaha. The tournament structures also vary, offering win-the-button, turbo, survivor, ante only, double shootout and seniors events.
The highlight of the series is undoubtedly The Big Slicks $100K Poker Classic: a $360 buy-in main event which boasts a $100,000 guarantee. The four-day event has five starting flights beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 10, at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Friday, August 11 and at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 12.
Those who want to get into the main event at a discounted price can do so with five satellites spread throughout the series. These $70 tournaments award a main event seat for ever eight entries.
Complimentary Player Dinner Buffet will be available in the Big Slicks Poker Room Saturday, Aug. 5 and 12, at 6:30 p.m.
Players can confidently mark their calendars for this CPPT stop thanks to the modern amenities that the Gulf Coast’s newest and most exciting resort has to offer. Scarlet Pearl boasts 300 hotel rooms, including 56 suites and 10 penthouse suites, along with an events center, the Garden Oasis Pool and four restuarants including Scarlet’s Steaks & Seafood, Under The Oak Cafe, Chopstx Noodle Bar and the Waterfront Buffet.
The property is also the only coast resort to feature a world-class miniature golf course, Lava Links, which offers a new way to enjoy some family-friendly fun as players putt past waterfalls and even an erupting volcano. The newest addition to the award winning property is a seven floor parking garage which boasts over 1,000 spaces.
Of course, those looking for top-notch gaming options will be pleased to see more than 1,200 of the best slots and video poker machines, 38 table games and 10 live-action poker tables.
Source : http://www.cardplayer.com/