CAP Rosario: The action starts in the city center

First it was Buenos Aires, then Santa Rosa in La Pampa, and now Rosario. The Argentine Poker Tour hasn’t stopped touring the country, kicking off the third tournament of its 11th season today, and the first day of CAP Rosario promises plenty of action. The cards run until next Monday, so City Center Rosario offers a lot and a lot of tournaments.

Bianchini from winning CAP Santa Rosa.

The Main Event, consisting of four first stages (the last turbo), costs $190,000 and runs from Wednesday to Monday. Featured tournaments include the two-day Super High Roller, played in USD with a $1,500 buy-in. Both are CodigoPoker live on the blog, but beyond that there is a $380,000 High Roller and three days on the grid.

These are the strongest festivals, but every budget will have others. $75,000 Startups will handle today’s promotions; tomorrow is also downtown’s classic Tuesday+, with $45,000 entry and schedule including $80,000Uppercut KO Bounty Progressive and the famous Second Chance, this time for $95,000.

If you look through the schedule, you’ll also find Unlimited Qualifiers to choose from, saving you a lot on the Main buy-in and other tournaments.

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  • This text provides information about the ongoing Argentine Poker Tour, specifically the CAP Rosario tournament. It highlights various events and tournaments taking place, including the Main Event, Super High Roller, High Roller, and several others. It also mentions the availability of Unlimited Qualifiers, which offer participants the opportunity to save on the buy-ins for the main tournament and other events.

  • This text is describing the Argentine Poker Tour’s ongoing tournament in Rosario, Argentina. It mentions various events and tournaments with different buy-ins, offering something for players with different budgets. The schedule also includes qualifiers that allow players to save on the Main Event buy-in and other tournaments.

  • This text is discussing the Argentine Poker Tour’s ongoing tournament in Rosario, which offers a variety of events and buy-ins for players of all budgets. Various tournaments with different prize pools are available, including the Main Event with a $190,000 buy-in and the Super High Roller with a $1,500 buy-in.

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