The PokerStars return with the North American Poker Tour (NAPT) in November after missing the live poker table for 12 years in the United States. The poker operator will reportedly host its first event at Resort World Las Vegas from Nov. 4-Nov. 12, 2023, just a week before the Formula 1 circus arrives in the world’s entertainment capital. 파친코
Torture to be held from November 4 to 12, 2023
The famous Las Vegas resort will host the NAPT and welcome athletes from all over the world to enjoy thrilling live poker action. The tournament will reportedly start Nov. 4 with a $1,650 buy-in to host the main event, which includes six early games, from Nov. 6-11. The $5,300 buy-in high roller event will be held from Nov. 10-12. At the same time, sources say the $550 Buy-in PokerStars Cup will run from Nov. 9-12, offering an outstanding live poker experience.
to return to the United States after 12 years
The same source reported that Las Vegas will provide a lot of fun in November. Visitors will then be able to attend the famous NAPT event to revive in the U.S., the first time since 2011, when the so-called Black Friday indictment shut down poker star operations in the U.S. market for money laundering. In 2017, Pokerstar’s owners negotiated with the Justice Department to forfeit $540 million to U.S. authorities and pay outstanding debt to return to the scene after the pandemic.
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The Formula One Grand Prix, featuring PokerStars as well as its partner Oracle Red Bull Racing, will reportedly take place in the city a week later. The city is expected to be rocking and humming during these two weeks, and it must be acknowledged that the operator has chosen an exceptionally busy season to open the tournament to Las Vegas.
PokerStars North America Vice President Steve Freese reportedly said, “We are excited to announce the return of this iconic series and once again host the NAPT for poker players in North America. We’re working hard to make sure this is a spectacular series and we can’t wait to go to Las Vegas to host the show.”