Ohio players are getting ready for the World Series of Poker Circuit at Horseshoe Cincinnati in September, but there’s still plenty of action around the state.
HOLLYWOOD TOLEDO: The poker room offers the largest selection of tournaments for less than $100 in the state. It also has many new promotions rolling out, so be sure to call the room for more details.
HORSESHOE CLEVELAND: With new management comes new things as manager Karen Kaegin will be introducing a broad range of tournament action and changes to the cash-game promotions and buy-ins.
Also, there likely will be ways for you to qualify for the WSOPC in Cincy.
HOLLYWOOD COLUMBUS: The tournament schedule has been revamped to have something for everyone, including $10K and $20K guarantees. The VIP program, which is on top of $1 comps, has seen some changes. The state has requested that food comps not be used in that program and thus we now have the state’s only rake-back program starting at 50 cents an hour for qualifying players.
HORSESHOE CINCINNATI: Poker room manager Jason Newman is gearing up for his 61-table WSOPC event this month. If you’re interested in playing in that series, Newman is making it easy for players to qualify for the $1,600 main event with special offers. Call the poker room for more info.
— Dan Harkenrider is Ante Up’s Ohio Ambassador. He hosts the Division of Poker and Chris Moneymaker radio shows. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @DivisionofPoker.