The RunGood Poker Series has set its sights on Graton Resort & Casino for an autumn rendezvous. Taking pace from Oct. 19-29, poker enthusiasts can anticipate a packed 10-day schedule, spotlighting 21 ring events, of which seven aren’t hold’em.
The assortment of games on offer is quite diverse. Players can test their skills in pot-limit Omaha, Big O, Omaha eight-or-better, seven-card stud eight-or-better, H.O.R.S.E., and newly-introduced T.O.E. standalone events. The Tag Team Event, a fresh addition to the roster, stands out with two rings on the line.
The crescendo of the series is the main event, scheduled from Oct. 27-29. With a tempting $500,000 guarantee and an $800 buy-in, it’s sure to attract many. It’s structured with four starting flights in its initial two days.
Setting the stage on Oct. 19 is the no-limit hold’em mega stack. At a buy-in of $400, it promises a hefty $200,000 guarantee and also comprises four starting flights. Beyond the primary no-limit hold’em tournaments, the series boasts a spread of bounty, seniors, and survivor events. For those eager to join, satellites are scheduled throughout September and the initial part of October.
Graton Resort & Casino, the host of the series, is a short drive north from San Francisco. Presently undergoing a major $1 billion upgrade, the resort is expanding with an additional hotel tower, a pool, new dining outlets, and extended gaming floor choices.
Nestled amidst Northern California’s picturesque wine country, Graton Resort & Casino stands as a beacon. Managed by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, it serves as a hub for top-notch table games, contemporary slot machines, fine dining, and entertainment, catering to both tourists and locals.
Just two months ago, the Graton Casino was home to the WSOP Circuit Series, where Michael Persky took home the top price.
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