WPT National Paris Vs France Poker Series Paris, the clash
As the end of the year is drawing near, the capital of France, Paris, offers multiple events dedicated to poker lovers. The fourth quarter of 2014 is actually booked by two major events, slated to take place in two different but all prestigious poker rooms in Paris. The festival will begin from November 22 to 30 with the France Poker Series Paris (FPS) at Cercle Cadet, followed by the World Poker Tour National Paris on December 4 to 7, 2014, at Cercle Clichy-Montmartre. Sponsored players will be logically granted tickets to compete in these two poker events. For the others, they have a wide range of choice. Included on the must-have list is a reasonably huge entrance-fee to play one of both series. For those who feel like playing France Poker Series, they will have to pay 1,100, whilst those who prefer the WPT National Paris will have to bring 1,200 as a buy-in.
FPS Paris actually features 500,000 guaranteed prize pool. Players will enter the game with a starting stack of 25,000 chips on 45 and 60-minute level of blinds. Unlike France Poker Series Paris, the World Poker Tour National Paris includes a re-entry formula, allowing prematurely eliminated players get back to the battle on Day 1. In terms of attendance, the previous edition of the WPT National Paris brought together 380 participants last April. Emrah Cakmak won the trophy for 86,000. As for the FPS Paris, the 2013 edition saw a field of 818 players, all bested by Rudolf Déthière for 153,000. All things considered, both poker tournaments feature enticing schedules, but the final say goes to players.
Wednesday, 24 September 2014
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