WHAT: Kansas City No-Limit Texas Holdem Grand Championship
WHERE: Tanners Bar & Grill, W. 119th St. location, Overland Park.
DATE: Sunday, April 25, 2010
WHEN: Registration starts 1:15 pm. Shuffle up and deal at 2:00pm
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: $25 (sugg. donation).
RE-BUY: This tournament is true double-elimination structure. All players may make one $25 re-buy only upon first bust-out. Re-buy will be the equivalent of 20x the next big blind level. If a player has not had a re-buy at time of cutoff, they may make an add-on for the same amount.
PAYOUT: Generous prize payout to Top 10% of finishers.
TITLE BRACELET: The tournament champion will receive the Kansas City NL Texas Holdem Poker Championship Bracelet, Championship Certificate, and presentation case (see photo).
TROPHIES: Trophies to top 3 finishers
MO-KAN-NEB GRAND CHAMPION TITLE: This is the final tournament in the[masked] Mo-Kan-Neb Tri-State Poker Grand Championship. At the conclusion of this event, the Grand Champion Bracelet and Presentation Case will be awarded to the highest-scoring player for combined points in the 7 qualifying tournaments. The other tournaments are: The Kansas City K.C. Lowball Grand Championship, The Manhattan Texas Holdem Championship, The Omaha Texas Holdem Championship, The Kansas State Mixed Games Championship, and the Kansas State Texas Holdem Championship. Good luck to all players who are in the running for this title!
QUALIFIERS: Final table or top 10% of finishers will qualify for the Fall 2010 Mo-Kan-Neb State Championships (Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska). They will go directly to Round Two and will not need to participate in the Round One qualifiers of these tournaments.
TOURNAMENT STAFF: TD: Poker Pub of Topeka, TM: Chicago Mike Bishop
BENEFICIARY: This non-profit event benefits Kansas charities including the Arthritis Foundation and the Salvation Army.