Professional gamblers count on locating the most prestigious and high-paying tournaments in order to keep their bank accounts healthy. This effort often involves a considerable amount of travel as they build their reputations and hone in their playing skills. Players at the professional level will surely be making plans to attend the Card Player Poker tour that calls Foxwoods home.
This is the third stop for this poker tour, and the Foxwoods Resort and Casino that is managed by MGM is a name that is familiar to professional players. Located in Mashantucket, Connecticut, this location has an excellent reputation for delivering outstanding game play that promises lucrative winnings.
While at the Foxwoods, players have the opportunity to participate in a 11-tournament series that starts things out with a $600, No-Limit Hold’em game. There is a $100,000 guarantee that comes to players who register. A similar $300 game will also be held for players of all kinds whose offerings total $75,000. Professional players are likely to be making their way to the tournament for a chance to make it into the main event. This No-Limit Hold’em game will have a prize pool of at least $300,000.
The focus of the tour comes with a $1,650 price tag, making it ideal for serious players. Players with pockets that are not quite as deep will still find plenty of offerings suited for them at Foxwoods as well. There is a $10,000 guarantee that comes with the $250 Omaha, Hi-Lo 8. Professional players, spectators, and tourists will all find the Foxwood Resort to be a place that offers plenty. There is more than six-million square feet of space that is solely dedicated to the entertainment of guests.
This entertainment includes 350 table games, nearly 6,000 slot machines, and immense bingo halls. There are no shortages of accommodations for guests when it comes to large tournaments such as these either. There are 2,200 rooms that span over four different hotel towers. The complex is home to 30 different restaurants as well that are run by award-winning chefs. Visitors and professional players can both unwind at the local nightclubs and the championship golf course as the tournament continues.