I know its early, but anyone know when the events and structure should be coming out for Caesars AC? I am on deployment right now until the end of December so that is going to be the first one I can play in, thanks!
^^^^ I was wondering that too but prolly sometime in December or January they will announce it. I can't wait for the WSOP tournament schedule for 2011. I want to book my flight which is getting more and more expensive. Can't wait to see it baby!
Jimmy Sommerfeld is the number one tournament director anywhere IMO and once he starts getting more TV gigs his name will be better known than Matt Savage. Ok I'm done with sucking up today. Now what is the date and I assume the structure is Jimmy's but what exactly is it for the WSOPC National Championship? I want to make plans (airfare, room,handicap ground transportation, etc.).
Also while on my soap box the circuit event points champion should have gotten a ring, many events give the overall champion a car, money etc. The WSOPC could have at least given a ring. There is still time to add this award to the circuit.
Reading further, the Harrah's AC, Caesars AC and Chester Main Events will have a combined $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool.
Players participating in Harrah’s Atlantic City WSOP Circuit (December 4-22); Caesars Atlantic City (March 2-13, 2011); or Harrah’s Chester (April 28-May 9), will each be playing in a guaranteed Main Event, with the three properties combining for a “$1 Million Tri-State Swing” to encourage the region to participate and garner points or an automatic seat in the WSOP Circuit National Championship taking place May 27-29, 2011 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Jimmy; I have noticed in a lot of the individual stop threads concerns about the juice on these events. My question is with the move towards standardizing the structures is there any thought towards standardizing the juice?
It seems crazy that it can be 45 at one stop and 70 at another. It would be nice from the player perspective to know that something was being done to limit these crazy increases before other players decide to stop participating.
I asked Jack Effel about why the AC Circuit event had a $1650 instead of $1600 event, and he mentioned that fees were higher in the state, and that the 1% taken out for the national championship was moved to the entry fee instead of the buy-in.
this is my first post so i hope im posting in the right place..i am planning on going to WSOP Circuit Event at Caesars Atlantic City and was woundering what kind of Bankroll i should have to attend this event.