WHAT: 2009 Manhattan No-Limit Texas Holdem Championship
WHERE: Bobby T's Sports Bar & Grill, 3240 Kimball Ave., Manhattan, (785)[masked]
DATE: Thurs, Dec. 10.
WHEN: Registration starts 6:30pm. Shuffle up and deal at 7:00pm sharp
GAME: No-Limit Texas Holdem, double elimination style.
RULES: Tournament rules of the Poker Tournament Directors Association (Poker TDA) and Roberts Rules of Poker will be in effect unless otherwise posted.
BUY-IN: $20 (sugg. don).
RE-BUY: Double elimination structure. Re-buy available.
EXTRA STARTING CHIPS: Extra starting chips will be available to players bringing at least 3 food items for the Salvation Army food pantry (or $2 equivalent). Items in greatest need are high-protein items like canned tuna, beans, dry rice, dry beans, canned meat (like Spam), etc. For more info see: http://www.KansasPoke... (http://www.KansasPokerNews.com)
PAYOUT: Generous prize payout to Top 10% of finishers.
TITLE BRACELET: The tournament champion will receive the 2009 Manhattan NL Poker Championship Bracelet.
TROPHIES: Trophies to top 3 finishers
MO-KAN-NEB GRAND CHAMPION TITLE: This is one of 7 tournaments with qualifying points for the MoKanNeb Tri-State Grand Champion Title. The other tournaments are: The Kansas City Texas Holdem Championship, The Kansas City K.C. Lowball Grand Championship, The Topeka Texas Holdem Championship, The Omaha Texas Holdem Championship, The Kansas State Mixed Games Championship, and the Kansas State Texas Holdem Championship. The player with the highest combined score in this tournament series will be awarded the 2009 MoKanNeb Tri State Grand Champion title and bracelet.
QUALIFIERS: Final table or top 10% of finishers will qualify for both the Final Round of the Kansas State Championship (Dec. 19) and earn points towards the MoKanNeb Tri States Championship Title. At the State Championship they will go directly to the Final Round and will not need to participate in the Round One qualifier.
BENEFICIARY: Non-profit charitable event. 100% of net proceeds benefit the Arthritis Foundation and the Salvation Army.