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Défi Hold'em LTPQ: A WSOP package will be offered to the final winner

Repentigny City will host the great final of the Défi Hold'em Poker circuit of the Poker Tournament’s League of Quebec (LTPQ) during last week of May 2011. For this ultimate tournament in Quebec, proposed by the poker player André Boyer, around 50 qualified players have already received an amount of 200 dollars each. Names like Sébastien Labbé, Tommy Paris-Guay, Roger Belleau and Martin Guay are included in the list. In addition, they will fight for the 30,000 dollars prizepool, of which 20,000 dollars and a World Series Of Poker package in Las Vegas will be awarded to the winner. In the way, players who have been ranked 2nd during each circuit will earn 1,000 dollars each.

According to Andre Boyer, the player holder of a World Series of Poker title, this new series of events has been created to motivate Canadian poker players while giving new life to tournaments with moderate buy-ins and greater ease. In addition, the League of Poker Tournament of Quebec has not forgotten its humanitarian duty. Thus, under its charity activity, a part of benefits earned in these poker events will be shared to five foundations, including The Breakfast Club of Quebec, the Society for Research on Cancer, The foundation of Dr. Julien, Canadian Cancer Society and The Children's Wish Foundation. Note that the city of Drummundville will host the next regional tournament organized by the LTPQ which profits collected will be given to Breakfast Club of Quebec.

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