Moneymaker Tour set for round three at Palm Beach Kennel Club

Mo Afdhal
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Posted on: February 12, 2024 1:47 pm EST

The Moneymaker Tour returns to its roots this month with another stop at the Palm Beach Kennel Club in West Palm Beach, Florida. From February 15-27, the Moneymaker Tour will take over the tables at the Palm Beach Kennel Club for the third time in the tour’s history, further cementing the partnership between the two.

An action-packed schedule of events awaits players, including favorites like the Moneymaker Mystery Bounty, the Older Than Moneymaker and Younger Than Moneymaker events, and the Ladies event.

The Main Event runs February 22-27, with three Day 1 starting flights for players to choose from. The $2,500 buy-in event boasts a guarantee of $500,000 and, with multiple satellite events on the schedule, players can win their way to the tables on the cheap.

Additionally, for each of the Main Event Day 1s, and the subsequent days of play, a livestreamed feature table will run, culminating with the livestreamed final table.

“After two successful stops in 2023 including our inaugural series, we are excited to continue our partnership with the Palm Beach Kennel Club. Florida hosts some of the best poker in the country,” said Tony Burns, Executive Manager of the Moneymaker Tour.

Moneymaker Tour champions

The Moneymaker Tour launched in May of 2023 with an inaugural stop at the PBKC. Michael Rossi won the first-ever Moneymaker Tour Main Event there, taking home the trophy and $134,265. Rossi took a cue from Chris Moneymaker’s playbook by winning his seat in the event at a fraction of the standard cost via a satellite event.

In November of 2023, the tour returned to PBKC for the second time. This time around, Bryce Mcvay was the chosen one in the Main Event, winning $98,074 for his efforts.

More recently, the Moneymaker Tour descended upon Texas Card House in Houston, Texas. The series at TCH Houston marked the tour’s first foray into the Texas poker landscape. There, despite a day-long delay due to inclement weather, players battled for the honor of being the first-ever Moneymaker Tour champion crowned in Texas.

Following a heads-up deal, Han Feng took the title and $54,100 for his efforts.

PokerOrg will be on the ground covering all the action at the upcoming Moneymaker Tour stop at Palm Beach Kennel Clubcheck back here for all the latest updates and results.

Images Courtesy of Moneymaker Tour