The Bellagio Casino Resort in Las Vegas is gearing up for their annual Five Diamonds poker tournament that will be running from November 29th right through until and including the 15th of December 2018.
There are going to be plenty of different Events being staged throughout the Five Diamonds poker tournament Event, and if you are planning on being in Vegas during this major poker Event then how about taking part in it as you could be just like Doyle Bronson the big poker winner!
As for when each tournament is starting and how each one has been designed and structured allow me to give you some ideas. At 10:00 am on November 29, 2018 Event 1 will be taking place and that is a senior’s no limit tournament designed as a Hold’em $1000 + $100 tournament.
The next day at 12:00 pm on November 30, 2010 Event 2 will be scheduled to start and that is a no limit Hold’em tournament designed as a $1,000 + $100 tournament. The next day at 12:00 pm on December 1, 2018 Event 3 is a no limit Hold’em shot clock tournament designed as a $1,000 + $100 event.
Day Four and Five
It is often on day four and five that the event does start to get even busier and at 12:00 pm on December 2, 2018 the Event 4 will be taking placed which is a no limit Hold’em event designed as a $500 + $60 buy in tournament.
Then on day five at 12:00 pm on December 3, 2018 the Event 5 which is a 6 max no limit Hold’em tournament that has been designed as a $1,500 + $120 poker tournament will be starting.
End of Week One
There are of course two additional full days of poker playing action on week one of the Bellagio Five Diamond Poker tournament and with that in mind allow me to give you an insight into what is going to be on offer to you on both of those two days that bring week one of the tournament to a close.
Day six is going to be kicking off at 10:00 am on December 4, 2018 and that Event 6 is a seniors no limit Hold’em tournament designed as a $1,000 + $100 buy in event, and then at 2:00 pm on December 4, 2018 is will be Event 7 which for reference is a pot limit Omaha poker tournament designed as a $1,500 + $120 buy in event.