Mid-States Poker Tour Preparing for Upcoming Events

The Mid-States Poker Tour (MSPT) is a popular option for players who want access to premium poker tournament gaming. The tour has a stop scheduled for this month in Iowa and next month in Colorado, with plenty of tournament options on the schedule. Amateurs and pros alike will be on hand to take part in the many quality events.

Iowa Stop at Meskwaki Casino

The Meskwaki Casino will be hosting the MSPT this month, with satellites running now to March 21st to offer players a more affordable way to take part in the Main Event. The Main Event will offer a buy-in of $1,100 with $300,000 in total prize money up for grabs. The event runs during the 20th to the 22nd, with a good turnout expected.

Last March, the event saw just over 400 entries with Steve Federspiel earning the win. The tour saw another 400+ entry turnout during the Iowa State Poker Championship which took place at the venue in July.

Colorado Stop

In April, the tour heads to Black Hawk, Colorado to offer players an MSPT Signature Series. The stop will take place from April 13th to the 19th at the Golden Gates Casino. The series will kick off with the $60 NLHE Casino tournament followed by a $250 Senior NLHE event. Many of the tournaments on the schedule are quite affordable including additional $60 NLHE events as well as a Tag Team Championship with a $250 buy-in.

Perhaps the most anticipated event on the schedule is the Main Event, set to take place starting April 16th. The event has a buy-in of $1,100 and will offer a prize pool of $200,000. There are several satellite options on the schedule for this event so players can try to earn their way for less than the $1,100 buy-in. satellites cost $265 to enter. Players can try several times to earn a seat this way if they so choose.

Further Down the Road

The schedule continues for the Mid-States Poker Tour as Season 11 moves forward from the Golden Gates Casino in Colorado. From April 24th to the 26th, the tour heads to Minnesota to host a stop at Canterbury Park. In May, the tour heads to the Silverado Franklin in South Dakota and the FireKeepers Casino in Michigan.

From there, the tour goes to the Venetian in June and then the Tropicana Evansville casino in Indiana in July. At the end of July, the tour is back at the Meskwaki Casino for even more tournament action.

The schedule of this season is quite large, offering players plenty of opportunity to compete in major tournament events. From small weekends to week-long offerings, the tour has something for everyone. Players can easily move from one stop the next, when the tour moves to neighboring states for gaming action.

We will continue to monitor the tour and report any big wins as they happen. Players can easily score huge wins by outlasting the competition when taking part in the MSPT.

Jacqueline Packett
Jacqueline Packett