PokerStars is scheduled to return to Las Vegas on its North American Poker Tour (NAPT) this November.
He will stop at Resorts World for the first time in 12 years, the first stop on the poker tour.
NAPT starts on November 4th. The $1,650 buy-in Main Event will run from November 6th to 11th, with 6 initial stages.
The $5,300 High Roller Event will run from November 10th to 12th and the $550 PokerStars Cup from November 9th to 12th.
PokerStars promises to deliver an unforgettable tour to players
Steve Preiss, North America Vice President of PokerStars, said, “We are delighted to announce the return of this iconic series and once again bring the NAPT to life for poker players in North America.”
“We’re working hard to make sure this is a spectacular series and we can’t wait to come to Las Vegas and put the show in action,” added Preiss.
Leon Wheeler, Director of Poker Operations at Resorts World Las Vegas added, “We are thrilled to partner with PokerStars as we celebrate the return of the North American Poker Tour with the first stop at Resorts World Las Vegas.”
“NAPT Las Vegas is sure to attract players from around the world and we look forward to welcoming you once again to our world-class property,” concluded Wheeler.
Durango Casino Resort in Las Vegas to Open in November
Red Rock Resorts announced an expected opening date for the Durango Casino Resort in Las Vegas of November 20, 2023. The date is pending regulatory approval.
The new hotel and casino occupies 71 acres south of South Durango Drive off the 215 Beltway in southwest Las Vegas near Rhodes Ranch.
The venue will feature 83,000 square feet of casino space, a sportsbook, a 15-story tower with more than 200 hotel rooms, convention and meeting spaces, a resort pool with cabanas, fine and casual dining options, outdoor social areas and free parking.
It will offer 15 restaurants, including four unique locations and a food court.