The RunGood Hard Rock Tulsa, a part of the RunGood Poker Series, will begin on September 16, Wednesday with a $180 buy-in RunGood Deep Stack tournament featuring a guaranteed prize pool of $20k and two starting flights. Day 2 of the same event will be played along with a $230 buy-in RunGood Pot Limit Omaha Re-buy tournament and a $160 buy-in satellite with a guaranteed prize of 20 seats, which will begin at 7:00 p.m.
On September 18, Friday, Day 1a of the $675 buy-in RunGood Tulsa Re-entry Main Event will be held. On September 19, Saturday, Day 1b and Day 1c of the same event will be held 12:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., respectively. The nine finalists of this event will receive a RunGood Championship prize package each.
Byron Long, Hard Rock Tulsa’s poker directory, said: “We are excited to see the turn out in a couple of weeks for those chasing the RunGood Cup. We just got the trophy in our room today and it’s huge. This partnership has been a great success for us here at Hard Rock.”
The tour has created prize packages worth $2k each to the Championship Event, which will be held in December, in partnership with Blaycation, the vacation expert. Each package comprises travel cash of $300, a 3-night stay at a luxury hotel in New Orleans, a free seat to the Main Even Championship, a private champion’s dinner for two, tickets for two to a VIP Ghost/Pub Crawl Tour, and tickets for two to the Pelicans vs. Wizards National Basketball Association (NBA) match.
The championship event will be held at Harrah’s in New Orleans from December 10 to December 13. It is a $100k guaranteed, $675 buy-in tournament with three starting flights, which will be reported live by PokerNews.com’s team of live reporters. Players can update their chip counts and hands directly into the PokerNews’ live blog through the MyStack App, which can be downloaded free of charge.
The RunGood Poker Series began late in August at the Horseshoe Council Bluffs. Its $675 buy-in Main Event had a field of 283 players. Brandon Fish, the winner of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit ring, won the event and returned home with the first-place prize of $34,267.