Fallsview Poker Classic World Poker Tour. February 16 - February 23, 2020. Casino Niagara and Fallsview Casino Resort are proud to present our Fallsview Poker Classic 2020 in collaboration with the World Poker Tour. The Tournament will run from February 16 – 23, 2020, where we will be giving away over $5 million. in prize money!
Friday, January 31, 2020
The Fallsview Blackjack 21 Tournament is back!
On Friday, January 31, 2020 we will be giving away a Grand Prize of $25,000 in our Fallsview Casino Resort Blackjack 21 Tournament! Slot games to play.
For an entry fee of $250, you will play in one qualifying session, with the potential of advancing to the semi-final and championship rounds.
Test your luck and skill in this exciting one-day tournament!
01:35 PMPosted bySo let's take our minds off subs and sharding and have a nice classic discussion about guild banks.Guild banks are still by far the least impactful on gameplay and most spirit of Vanilla community change one could request.Not only that the log keeps officers and gm's honest. I think guild banks would be a great addition to classic. 01:35 PMPosted bySo let's take our minds off subs and sharding and have a nice classic discussion about guild banks.Guild banks are still by far the least impactful on gameplay and most spirit of Vanilla community change one could request.Not only that the log keeps officers and gm's honest. Wow how to buy more guild bank slots. Without logs they are free to skim off the top of donations and trivialize their epic mount purchase.Thoughts?Tell us all again which patch added those guild banks.Were guild banks part of ANY 1.x patch?Well it could be 1.13.
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Tournament fee is non-refundable unless tournament is cancelled by Fallsview Casino Resort. Total value of prizes for this tournament is $40,800 CAD in Cash and $4,200 CAD in Table Games Promotional Chips based on full occupancy. Total value of the grand prize is $25,000 CAD. Must be 19 years of age or older and a valid PAC member to participate in Fallsview Casino Resort tournaments. Individuals who are trespassed or have voluntarily excluded themselves from Ontario Gaming sites and who have not been reinstated are not permitted to enter the casino or participate in tournaments. Fallsview Casino Resort reserves the right to change or cancel this tournament at any time.
Mike Leah must feel as if he has a home-ice advantage at the Fallsview Poker Classic. The Canadian poker pro from nearby Innisfil, Ontario has won a title at this series in three out of the last four years, each time in the $1,100 CAD preliminary event. In 2018 Leah took his dominance at the Fallsview Casino Resort to the $5,000 CADWorld Poker Tour Fallsview Poker Classic no-limit hold’em main event, defeating a record turnout of 517 entries to win $451,821 CAD ($352,985 USD) and his very first WPT title.
“It hasn’t sunk in yet,” Leah told WPT reporters after coming out on top. “Winning a WPT has been near the top of my goal list for a long time, especially getting so close almost exactly three years ago when I lost to Anthony Zinno heads up at LAPC, so I’ve been pretty hungry to get back here again since that. To do it here, where I’ve had so much success winning three tournaments already, is pretty cool,” Leah continued. “So close to home, in my home country, it’s a pretty special tournament to win.”
In addition to the title and the money, Leah was also awarded 1,680 Card Player Player of the Year points for the win. As a result, he has flown up the leaderboard, landing in seventh place in the standings.
Leah came into the final day of this event in third chip position with 20 players remaining. Leah scored some knockouts and double ups to stay in the mix as the field was narrowed down to seven. He then knocked out David Eldridge in seventh palce, getting all-in on a flop of 942 with the A8 up against Eldridge’s 94. The Q on the turn kept Eldridge ahead but the 2 on the river completed Leah’s flush draw, earning him the pot and sending Eldridge home with $57,429 USD.
From there he survived to heads-up play against Ryan Yu, who took just over a 2-to-1 lead into the final showdown. Despite that advantage, it took only eight hands for Leah to not only turn the tables but also seal the victory. Yu earned $301,217 CAD ($235,326 USD) as the runner-up.
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Winner photo credit: WPT / Joe Giron.