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With the philosophy of "Real People, Unreal Money", HPT gears itself toward the everyday poker enthusiast. Take a shot at poker glory for under $100 at most locations. See you at the final table!

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Heartland Poker Tour

Since its inception in 2005, HPT has established itself as one of the premier poker tours in the country, holding events from coast to coast each year. To date, the tour has awarded more than $90 million in Main Event prize pool money to poker players far and wide.

NEXt HPT Event

Hollywood Casino Columbus - $1,650

4/18/2019
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4/29/2019
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Columbus, Ohio

HPT is headed to The Buckeye State in April! Join us at Hollywood Casino Columbus in Ohio for an action packed series.

***Must Be 21 to Play***
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Ameristar East Chicago - $1,650

This Chicagoland property has played host to some of the largest tournaments in recent years. Get ready for another series full of life-changing money opportunities!

Golden Gates Casino & Poker Parlour - $1,100

Finish off your poker summer in style with a series in the Rocky Mountains. Droves of poker enthusiasts make their way to Black Hawk from Vegas to take a shot at an HPT title. Last summer's Main Event saw 763 entrants!

Hollywood Casino & Hotel St. Louis - $1,650

Hollywood St. Louis hosted its first HPT event in March and saw HUGE numbers. The opening tournament had nearly 1,300 entries. Will this event be even bigger?

Ameristar Vicksburg - $1,100

Join us at the largest dockside casino in Central Mississippi as we return to Vicksburg for more southern hospitality and exciting poker action. Buy-ins start at under $100.

Ameristar East Chicago - $1,650

It's just a matter of time before we see the first $1 million Main Event prize pool at this property just east of Chicago. This could be the one!

The Meadows Racetrack & Casino - $1,100

This beautiful 350,000 square foot casino just southwest of Pittsburgh is home to over a dozen dining options, a 24-lane bowling alley, year-round horse racing, and of course HPT!

Daytona Beach Racing and Card Club - $1,100

It's time for more poker fun in the sun! Join us as we return to Daytona Beach for a full series in the fall. Nearly $5 million in prize pool money has been awarded at this property. Last year's Main Event drew 414 entries. You don't want to miss this one!

HPT on the High Seas - $1,100

Play poker on the spectacular Symphony of the Seas with HPT and Card Player Cruises and expore exciting ports in the Caribbean. Beautiful beaches, new cultures and new experiences await!
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HPT is a poker tour and television show built on a grass-roots philosophy of "Real People, Unreal Money".

Watch players check, bet, and fold their way to poker glory in these past HPT episodes!

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Let 'Em Fly In Pittsburgh

This weekend's $1,100 Main Event is at The Meadows Racetrack and Casino just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The event features three starting flights. Cards fly at 2pm on Thursday. Play begins at noon on Friday and Saturday.

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Woods Takes Home the Title

Greg Wood made the best of his second appearance at a nationally televised HPT final table in two weeks Monday when he beat out the competition to win $119,101. Wood will also collect a $3,500 championship package for his efforts.

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Cards Fly in Cincinnati

Welcome to the $1,100 nationally televised Main Event from Hollywood Casino & Hotel Lawrenceburg. This no-limit hold'em tournament just outside of Cincinnati will crown a champion on Monday, April 1st. There are three starting flights for players to get in on the action. Follow along all weekend long with start-to-finish coverage at HPTupdates.com and PokerNews.com.

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