The company is billing its rival tourneys as ‘inexpensive bracelet events’
Thursday 31st May 2007
CEO Poker is holding what it bills as “the most inexpensive bracelet tournaments in Las Vegas during the WSOP event.”
The tournaments, which run from 2 to 9 July 2007, have buy-ins costing $500 to $2,500. Pre-registration opened online on 29 May 2007 at the CEO Poker website and seats are limited.
'We are the most inexpensive bracelet event in Las Vegas in July,' said William Peraza, head honcho of CEO Poker. 'We are offering players the ability to play poker for bracelets, trophies, and cash, while networking in the evening, all for buy-ins starting at $500.'
July is the busiest month for poker in Las Vegas with expensive main event poker tournaments taking place in major casinos. CEO Poker says it is striving to provide tournament players with a competitive poker tournament at a reasonable price.
The CEO Poker Tournament is open to all players wanting to compete and network, while playing Texas Hold’em. Executives will battle for cash, trophies, and bragging rights.