Heartland Poker Tour at the Palms

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Heartland Poker Tour at the Palms

Postby PalmsPokerMgr » Sat Feb 18, 2012 6:35 pm

April 6th-15th Here's a link to the website

http://www.hptpoker.com/eventinfo.php?yid=2012&eid=9

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Re: Heartland Poker Tour at the Palms

Postby Kevmath » Sat Mar 17, 2012 4:23 am

I've been to a few HPT events over the past year, they're a great bunch of people who put on a great TV show. Wish I could be in Vegas to be a part of it, but hopefully the AVP community will support the tournament.

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Re: Heartland Poker Tour at the Palms

Postby minton » Sun Mar 25, 2012 4:54 pm

I played the HPT event at Downstream in Miami OK before I moved Out Here, lots of action players, pretty solid satty and cash game action as well. They usually were out at red rock, but since they're in my back yard I'll probably stop in
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Re: Heartland Poker Tour at the Palms

Postby Cowboy708 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 6:49 pm

I have kever played an HPT event am going to play this one. Have watch them on tv always looks like good tourney gl too everyone playing.......

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Re: Heartland Poker Tour at the Palms

Postby Vic » Sat Apr 07, 2012 8:09 pm

Sad scene for this event. I went to check it out in this afternoon and wanted to play one of the single table satellites only to find a ballroom full of tables but not one player. I was told the 12:00 $360 main event qualifier had 5 players, (one of which won a seat).

I remember playing this event last year at Red Rock and there was a strong turn out for the SNGs and quailfiers. So my question is, why? Is this a direct reflection of the Epic Poker League's reorganizational bankrupcy and their ownership of HPT?

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Re: Heartland Poker Tour at the Palms

Postby PalmsPokerMgr » Sun Apr 08, 2012 11:13 am

Vic wrote:Sad scene for this event. I went to check it out in this afternoon and wanted to play one of the single table satellites only to find a ballroom full of tables but not one player. I was told the 12:00 $360 main event qualifier had 5 players, (one of which won a seat).

I remember playing this event last year at Red Rock and there was a strong turn out for the SNGs and quailfiers. So my question is, why? Is this a direct reflection of the Epic Poker League's reorganizational bankrupcy and their ownership of HPT?



I think the biggest challenge yesterday and today is the Easter Holiday. Easter in general is a difficult holiday for the casino unless you are food and beverage. We have many guests scheduled to arrive tomorrow specifically for HPT so I imagine attendance will greatly improve once all the Easter Eggs are found :)


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