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Marrakech is Next Stop of WPT

Marrakech is Next Stop of WPT
The World Poker Tour stops in Morocco this week, in Marrakech. There will be top poker players competing for some great prize money. Last stop was Jacksonville, and the next stop is Prague, giving the WPT players very little time to take a break and catch their breath, but the possibility of winning the prize money certainly makes up for that. The tournament will be hosted at the very impressive Casino De Marrakech. It is expected that not only will this week’s leg of the tournament be a very high-class one, but that the poker playing is also likely to be impressive. As one of the more glamorous venues for the World Poker Tour, Marrakech is a place that players really feel the atmosphere of a big-time tournament, and the possibility of some big wins to go with that exciting feeling. The top three players on the WPT leader board at this time stand as Will Failla, Bobby Oboodi, and Jin Hwang. Phil Ivey has also been a top contender in this year’s World Poker Tour. He has found himself at nine of the final tables during the tour, and is expected to keep on showing a strong game. Scotty Nguyen is also playing well, with finishes at eight final tables this season. The most cash prizes have gone to Barry Greenstein and Lee Markholt, who may not have won any titles, but have been doing very well winning cash prizes. Other notable players to watch in Marrakech are Connor Drinan, Vitor Coelho, and Dwyte Pilgrim, who all did very well and were noted in the Jacksonville leg of the World Poker Tour. The buy-in for the main event is set at 3,000 Euros. Although it is unknown what the prize pot will be at this time, it is likely to be a fairly impressive pot that will be won at the end of the four days of poker competition. Related Posts PKR Adds Jake Cody to Their Team Heinz Wins the WSOP The United States and Online Poker Regulation Two New Poker HOF Members Announced Time Tourney Games from PokerStars   Share on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace…

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