The World Poker Tour is returning to Canada for WPT Montreal from November 29 to December 5 and Bovada wants to take you north of the border and right to the center of the action. Team Bovada is awarding a number of $6,000 WPT Montreal Prize Packages and putting together a solid poker crew to go play in the Great White North.
Last year was the inaugural WPT Montreal and the tournament quickly made headlines in the poker community; they broke numerous attendance records and boasted the largest field in Canadian poker history for a buy-in of $1,000 or more. The 2012 WPT Montreal attracted players and spectators from all over the world, including athletes and celebrities such as Olympic swimming star and poker aficionado Michael Phelps. Last year’s winner was Canadian Jonathon Roy, who pocketed a payday of over $780,000. This year, you have the chance to be sitting at the final table with the stakes getting bigger and the television cameras catching all the action.
To score a seat in this year’s WPT Montreal, Bovada is running satellites and daily qualifiers from September 24 to November 3. There are Cheap Seat, Quarterfinal and Semifinal qualifiers available and you can buy in for as little as $0.66. You can also jump ahead and buy in to a satellite directly for $325. There are four satellites total and each guarantees two $6K Prize Packages.
Your $6K Prize Package includes:
- $3,850 WPT Montreal Main Event Buy-In
- $2,150 for travel and accommodations
- Bovada Swag Bag
Canada may be our polite neighbours to the north, but when it comes to the felt, Canadian poker players take no prisoners . Everyone knows they love hockey and beer, but the game of poker is rising in popularity faster than you can fold a 7-2 offsuit. The city of Montreal also offers a fun setting and vibrant nightlife, boasting plenty of beautiful women and a distinctly European vibe.
Get your game ready, pack up some warm clothes and hit the tables at Bovada to land your spot in WPT Montreal and the chance to score some big cash and make your mark on the World Poker Tour. The weather may be chilly in Canada, but the tables are heating up and ready for action.