This is a discussion on Heading to the WPT League Championship Game within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; So I have been playing in the WPT league here locally every Monday. On average we have 3 tables with an occasional 4th. I ended
So I have been playing in the WPT league here locally every Monday. On average we have 3 tables with an occasional 4th. I ended up in 5th place mostly because I have missed half of the games due to some health issues. None the less I made it to the game.
There is 19 people who will be playing in it. We start out with 20,000 chips with blinds starting at 100/200 and go up every 20 minutes.
Anybody have any advice going into the final game or do I just keep playing the way I got there, which is TAG.
BTW: If I come in first or second, I get an invite to the 2017 National league champion game in Las Vegas.
26th April 2016, 6:28 AM
I took second and won an invite to the 2017 game in Vegas. I was crippled half way through to a guy who called my 3bet from the big blind with a Q 7 offsuit and hit both on the flop. I had pocket KK and pushed all in only to get crushed. I was down to 2 big blinds after that. I battled back and lost in the end with an A3 diamonds to K9 offsuit.
I am happy with my play tonight and even taking second does not bother me in the least.
I know nobody answered me on this thread but the advice I get on here all the time has really helped my game.
26th April 2016, 10:50 AM
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re: Poker & Heading to the WPT League Championship Game
I'm curious if you don't mind.... How much is that 2017 invite seat worth? What state are you playing in? I got to look up WPT National Championship info.
26th April 2016, 6:40 PM
I do not know if it is worth anything per say. It is an invite. The game costs $150 to sit at. The guy that beat me out in this game went last year and placed 64th. I think he said he won a little over $800.