The MSPT is headed back to Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee, Wisconsin one last time in Season 8. From November 11-19, the venue will play host to the 2017 MSPT Wisconsin State Poker Championship, an $1,100 buy-in Main Event that features a $200K GTD.

A series of satellites will lead up to the Main Event weekend of November 17-19. There will be two starting flights beginning with Day 1A on Friday, November 17. Day 1B will take place at the same time on Saturday, November 18. Players are allowed a single re-entry per flight. The surviving players from both flights will return at 11 a.m. on Sunday, November 19.

The Main Event final table will be broadcast LIVE (15-minute delay) worldwide on using RFID technology allowing all viewers to see the hole cards. In addition, the entirety of the Main Event will be live reported in the MSPT's live blog.

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“Potawatomi has become one of the biggest stops on the tour,” said MSPT President Bryan Mileski. “And for the first time ever, we’re excited to bring the Wisconsin State Poker Championship to Milwaukee.”

Indeed, in years past the Wisconsin State Poker Championship has been held at Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells. In 2015, Ben Wiora topped a field of 463 entrants to win the prestigious title for $114,512, while Andy Rubinberg took it down last year for $120,808.

Meanwhile, the last time the MSPT visited Potawatomi for a Main Event was back in April when poker pro Ari Engel bested a field of 495 entrants to win $114,876. More recently, the MSPT hosted $350 Regional Event at the property back in July. With 1,658 entries, the tournament proved to be the biggest ever held in Wisconsin. Local attorney Matthew Vignali won that tournament for $70,240 after a heads-up deal with Alexander Hill.

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino features six award-winning restaurants, the intimate 500-seat Northern Lights Theater and more than 60,000 sq. feet of event space. A 381-room, 19-story hotel opened in August 2014.

It has come a long way since its opening in 1991 when the Forest County Potawatomi first opened as a 45,800-square foot bingo hall, making it the first tribal off-reservation gaming operation in the country.

Aside from gaming, Potawatomi offers seven great dining options to choose from including beautiful Italian cooking at Bella Italiana, down-home cooking at Canal Street Café, and authentic Asian cuisine and sushi bar at Ruyi.

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