Horseshoe Bossier City running WSOP satellites



The Horseshoe in Bossier City is running $120 World Series of Poker Main Event satellites every Monday at 6 p.m. The events, which feature a rebuy and add-on, have been averaging five seats and about 140 players per tournament.

Seven Clans Cup: Coushatta’s signature Seven Clans Poker Cup had an impressive turnout for its tournaments.

In Event 1, a $200 satellite to Event 2 and the main event, had 234 entries, netting 31 players their entry fee to both tournaments. Event 2, a $300 buy-in, had a remarkable 294 players for a $76K-plus prize pool. The $1K main event had 265 players as three Texans (Anthony Sanches, George Bronstein and Victor Oliva) split the top three spots to earn $36,300 apiece.

— Matt Terral is the Ante Up Louisiana Ambassador. Email him at

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