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25 Jul 2023

In August, Jamul Casino will host the second annual San Diego Poker Classic.

California wants you! The second annual San Diego Poker Classic will take place in the famed Jamul Casino.

Several competitions with a significant prize fund:

There is plenty to gain, so be prepared and maintain your poker face! 

The largest player might win more than $150,000 from the prize pool, which is enormous. 

Players from Los Angeles, Riverside, Orange, and San Diego counties will congregate for the event, which runs from August 10 to August 20, at the well-known casino, in an effort to win some of the incredible prizes.

The casino is already well-known for having some of Southern California's most popular poker programming.

14 trophy events make up the tournament. The Weekend Opener, which runs from August 10 through August 13, offers participants a $50,000 guarantee for just $300 buy-in.

The ranks that enable the players to obtain a spot at the main table are one of the nicest aspects of the satellite event, which is also accessible. One winner will be selected out of 10 participants, and they may participate in the chosen rank for just $55 in buy-in.

The other events include the $150 buy-in PLON Ladies Event, which starts on August 12, the $150 buy-in 50+ Seniors NLH, which starts on August 14, the $150 buy-in Helix Tag Team NLH, which starts on August 17, and the $150 buy-in High Roller NLH, which starts on August 20.

Starting on August 16 and running until August 20, the Main Event. For a $600 buy-in, it offers the chance for the players to win a reward of $100,000. A player can purchase a seat at a satellite table for $85, and if the buy-in is $145, their odds of winning the Main Event are doubled.

Players can register at Jamul Casino if they wish to take part in the event.

Quick success

Jamul Casino's poker career began in 2019 with the opening of the first Poker Room. Since many celebrities enjoy the comforts of this well-known location, it quickly gained recognition in the business for organising a variety of events and tournaments. As a result, it is common to see pros like Tiffany Michelle, Lena Evans, Maria Ho, Scott Blumstein, and many more. In 2022, the inaugural San Diego Poker Classic took place.

The Jamul Indian Village Development Corporation (JIVDC) owns the casino, which debuted in 2016. Along with additional features including several lounges, restaurants, and bars, it has over 1,700 slot machines, 46 live table games, and a great poker area.

In terms of population, it is now the eighth-largest casino in the whole nation.