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March 1st Event Recap

 

 

March 1st the Windy City Poker Tour was at Ariel's Tinley Park helping out the Suburban Fellowship Club of Forest Park. The snowy Saturday offered 2 great touraments along with cash game action all day! 

The noon deep stack featured 56 entries where the top 6 would finish in the money. Kevin Boskey took home first place valued at $820* which included a $100 seat to our May Championship Event. Second place went to David McDermott Jr. taking home $460. Kevin took the chip lead into heads up play against David Jr after a ridiculous elimination hand...

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Feb 16th Event Recap

Sunday February 16th the Windy City Poker Tour was back at Durbins in Tinley Park. A full Sunday of poker was in store hosted by Southwest Community Services. The noon deep stack ran with 54 entries and a prize pool valued at $2,180.

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WCPC Feb 8th Event Recap

The snow just does NOT want to quit!!! Not to worry...we had a great turnout at the VFW on February 8th for another Windy City Poker Championship charity poker event!

The noon $50 Deep Stack tournament ended up with 41 entries creating a prize pool of $1,680. This tournament starts with 20,000 in chips with a slow escalating structure that gives players maximum play!

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WCPC Feb 1-2 SuperBowl Event(s) Recap

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Mother Nature was aggressive this weekend as she dumped several inches of snow throughout the south burbs of Chicago. Luckily however that did not stop players from coming out to play in the charity events this weekend both in Tinley Park and Homer Glen Illinois.

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WCPC Jan 25-26 Event(s) Recap

The opening weekend for the new "Windy City Poker Tour" was a great success even with the snow storm that rolled into town on Saturday night/Sunday morning!

Players came out both days to play some great tournament structures, win lots of cash, and complete for seats at a televised feature table in May!

On Saturday at Durbins in Tinley Park we got the event started at noon with 57 entries for the $50 deep stack opening event. This 20,000 chip starting stack tournament ran strong all day with Sam Miller taking first place in the first event.

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