WHAT: 2010 Topeka No-Limit Texas Holdem Championship
WHERE: McB's Sports Bar & Restaurant, 29th & Croco Road, Topeka
DATE: Saturday, July 31, 2010.
WHEN: Registration starts 4:00pm. Reading of rules and shuffle up and deal at 5:00pm
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. don).
RE-BUY: Double elimination structure. All players may make one $25 re-buy only upon first bust-out. Re-buy will be the equivalent of the average stack in play at the time of the re-buy. This gives all players two full opportunities to win the championship!
PAYOUT: Generous prize payout to Top 10% of finishers.
TITLE BRACELET: The tournament champion will receive the 2010 Topeka NL Poker Championship Trophy Bracelet encased in custom cherrywood and satin display case.
TROPHIES: Trophies to top 3 finishers
MO-KAN-NEB GRAND CHAMPION TITLE: This tournament awards qualifying points for the 2010 MoKanNeb Tri-State Grand Champion Title. The other tournaments are: The Lawrence Texas Holdem Grand Championship, The Kansas City Texas Holdem Championship, 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. The player with the highest combined score in this tournament series will be awarded the 2010 MoKanNeb Tri State Grand Champion Title Bracelet display case, the Waterford Crystal Grand Champion's Cup, and will considered for induction to the Central States Poker Hall of Fame.
QUALIFIERS: Final table or top 10% of finishers will qualify for both Round Two of the Kansas State Championship and the MoKanNeb Tri States Championship. They will go directly to Round Two and will not need to participate in the Round One qualifier.
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.