WSOPC returns to Horseshoe Bossier City in September



By Ross Leitz

The World Series of Poker Circuit returns this month to the Horseshoe in Bossier City, the second stop of the WSOPC season and second time at Bossier City. Like all of the stops this season, the Horseshoe will have 12 ring events at various buy-ins and disciplines, concluding with a $1,675 no-limit hold’em re-entry main event on Sept. 22.

This is the WSOPC’s eighth season and players who earn enough points by season’s end are invited to the $1 million freeroll national championship, which was moved from Las Vegas to Harrah’s New Orleans and will start just before the 45th annual World Series of Poker. For more information, go to

COUSHATTA: Exciting news from Kinder, as the bad-beat jackpot at Coushatta Resort & Casino reached $411K at press time.

The 20-table room has a plethora of additional amenities that include a non-smoking room, five 40-inch LCD TVs, great comps, as well as royal- and straight-flush prizes. For more information, go to

— Ross Leitz is the Ante Up Louisiana Ambassador. Email him at

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