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More stops, more players and more winnings can be expected from Penn National Gaming’s 2014-15 Hollywood Poker Open tournament series, which kicks off this Fall with the first HPO Regional tournament series at the Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg, Nov. 13-23. and see 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Chris Moneymaker return as tour ambassador.
The Season 3 schedule features eight stops, including a new one at the Hollywood Casino Toledo from February 5-16. However, before that, the HPO will hold its first event of the season from November 13-23 at theHollywood Casino Lawrenceburg in Indiana.
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This season, poker players from across the world will compete for big money prize pools from November through May at eight HPO Regional tournament series locations with Hollywood Casino Toledo added to the schedule.
Promotions will be planned to target the Regional locations as well as the Championship this season. In the past two seasons, Penn Gaming properties across the nation sent more than 200 “seat winners” to the Championship in Las Vegas at the M Resort.
At each Regional stop this season, the HPO will be qualifying players for their season-ending championship at the M Resort Casino Spa in Las Vegas.
Here’s a look at the Hollywood Poker Open Season 3 Schedule:
|November 13-23, 2014||Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg, Indiana|
|February 5-16, 2015||Hollywood Casino Toledo, Ohio|
|February 26-March 8, 2015||Hollywood Casino Tunica, Mississippi|
|March 26-April 5, 2015||Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course, Grantville, PA|
|April 16-26, 2015||Hollywood Casino St. Louis, Missouri|
|April 30 – May 10, 2015||Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races, West Virginia|
|May 14-24, 2015||Hollywood Casino Columbus, Ohio|
|June (TBD)||Championship Event — M Resort Casino Spa, Las Vegas|
Season 2 of Penn National Gaming’s Hollywood Poker Open tournament series — which featured six stops — concluded back in June when the UK’sSimon Deadman topped a field 692 entries to win the HPO Championship Main Event at the M Spa Resort Casino in Las Vegas for $351,097. That event had a $500,000 guarantee, though the prize pool ended up being more than three times that much.
Others who captured HPO titles in Season 2 were Toby Mathews (HPO Tunica – $15,040), Bradley Yazici (HPO Grantville – $22,752), Chris Moneymaker(HPO St. Louis – $36,259), Brian Cavaliere (HPO Charles Town – $39,756), and Joey Couden (HPO Columbus – $60,827).
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