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Ocean’s gears up for big poker event in July

Thu, Jun 20, 4:00pm by Staff Writer

Ocean’s Eleven Casino and the Card Player Poker Tour have now teamed up for nine runnings of the San Diego Classic Tournament.

Card Player is reporting that over the course of those events, more than 7,300 entries have been made and $1,950,000 in prize money has been awarded.

The third and final CPPT Ocean’s Eleven San Diego Classic of 2019 is set to take place from July 18 to 212 in stunning Oceanside, California.

The $250 buy-in tournament has six starting flights to choose from, with two per day for the first three days of the event.

Players can choose from the morning flight at 10am, the evening flight at 6pm or even play both flights each day.

Players will also be able to take advantage of the popular Quantum Tournament structure of this event and buy in on Day 2 for $1,500.

Those who exercise this option will receive 100,000 in tournament chips.

With a $30 optional staff add-on, players will also receive 20,000 additional chips, with the blinds starting at 1,000-2,000 for the beginning of day two.

Orange, California resident Adam Weinraub outlasted a field of 728 entries to win the April running of the 2019 CPPT Ocean’s Eleven San Diego Classic.

The 2007 World Poker Tour Celebrity Invitational champion earned $32,212 for taking down this event, bringing his career live tournament earnings to $730,877.

Weinraub was one of the 51 direct entries into day two of this event made for $1,500.

The day two players joined the 677 entries made over the six starting flight to build a final prize pool of $201,700, which was awarded to the top 98 finishers.

A number of big names made it to the final table in this event, including 2014 World Poker Tour Legends of Poker main event runner-up finisher Mike Eskandari.

He went on to finish sixth for $7,320.

Bicycle Casino Tournament director Mo Fathipour, who pioneered the Quantum Tournament format that this tournament uses finished fifth for $9,500.

Ocean’s Eleven is one of California’s best

Ocean’s Eleven is Southern California’s only casino located along Pacific Ocean on the Interstate 5 freeway.

It sits less than a mile from some of the area’s most picturesque beaches.

The casino first opened in 1997 and in the two decades that followed it has become the place to play in the San Diego area.

The property boasts 50 tables of the best poker and table games found anywhere in California, with all the favourite poker games, including no-limit and limit hold’em, Omaha, Omaha eight-or-better and pot-limit Omaha.

Popular table games available include Blackjack, Baccarat & Pai Gow Poker.

Haig Kelegian, the Ocean’s Eleven owner known as “The King of Clubs” notes that, “It is not enough to be the largest poker room in the region. We have to offer the best action and the best service day in day out.”

In addition to the fantastic cash game action, Ocean’s Eleven also offers an exciting array of weekly tournaments.

The $20,000 guaranteed Mega Saturdays begins at 10am.

The $200+$30 buy tournament with optional $10 staff add-on features 25-minute levels.

The $10,000 guaranteed Deepstack Sundays is a $70+$20 buy=in with an optional $10 staff add-on.

It also kicks off at 10am and features 25-minute blind levels.

There is a $3,000 guaranteed 10am event each and every weekday, with another $3,000 guaranteed nightly event starting at 7pm Monday-Thursday.

Ocean’s Eleven has numerous promotions for players to take advantage of, including ‘Spin to Win’ $5,000 cash prizes on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, $3,000 drawings on Mondays and Wednesdays and much more.

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