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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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March 28, 2019 4:23 PM

Here is a look at the schedule for this weekend's tournament just west of Cincinnati.

Thursday, March 28: Day 1A
Friday, March 29: Day 1B
Saturday, March 30: Day 1C
Sunday, March 31: Day 2
Monday, April 1: Final Table

Blinds begin at 100-100 for the first 40-minute level of the day. The field will play 15, 40-minute levels today, and action should end around 2 am. Registration will remain open until the start of Level 10 at 9:30 tonight. Shuffle up and deal!

HPTupdates.com or PokerNews.com for complete coverage.

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