PokerStars Australia New Zealand Poker Tour

PokerStars has announced the schedule for the second season of the Australia New Zealand Poker Tour.  The first season was a hit with 1,309 players at all of the different events.
Season one only had five stops and was at the Gold Coast and the total amount awarded to players was $950,000 dollars.  Season two is going to be a little bigger then the first at six stops.
The first stop is going to be in Adelaide on February 9th through the 14th but the party won’t stop for two weeks with Omaha Side events, a Bounty tournament, ladies only event, team event and a high roller tournament.
The second stop on the season two schedule is the new addition to the schedule.  The Australia New Zealand Poker Tour is going to be stopping in Perth for a tournament with a cap of 300 players.
Then the tour heads to Sydney on April 21st and will play until April 25th.  This tourney has a cap of 500 players and from there it’s on to Queenstown. then the Gold Coast and finally Melbourne.
The Main Event is going to be held at the Crown Casino in Melbourne on October 8th through the 11th.  There is going to be cap of 450 players and there will be side events as well.
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