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Wynn Fall Classic of 2015

Written By: Maya Michaels | November 11, 2015 | Posted In Poker News

The Wynn Fall Classic started the week of October 20th in Las Vegas.  As the seniors event attracted a field of approximately 104 players for the grand prize pool of fifty thousand dollars.  There were five players that are from Navada that made it to the final table which included player Craig Rank who won $6,034 on an 8 way chop.

This $1,600 championship event feature a $300,000 guaranteed prize pool with a total of 60 minute levels and a $25,000 starting stack.  There were two flights for this championship event that was held on October 23 as well as Saturday October 24th both started at 12:00pm.  The players were looking to win their way into the championship event.  The Winn event offered three separate super satellites for $200 with a 30 minute blind structure and the starting stack of 10,000.  These satellites were held on Tuesday October 20th at 4:00pm as well as Wednesday October 21st at 4:00pm and Thursday October 22 starting at 7::00pm.

The Wynn poker room featured a total of 25 tables and is considered to be the ultimate in the luxury as well as style covered with a red carpet, golden chandeliers, blocks of decretive art work, as well as covered lamps to enhance the relaxation of the room. The style, beauty as well as the service extends to the multiple cocktail servers as well as the multiple poker room staff members.  The chairs are adjustable, cushioned as well as being on wheels.  Multiple televisions as well as information screens that hold tournament updates as well as information pertaining to the open cash games tables complete this incredible profile of this ultimate poker room.

During the Wynn Classic they also engage the use of the adjacent Encore hotel that holds an addition 15 poker tables for the use within this tournament.

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