After a 12-year hiatus, PokerStars’ North American Poker Tour (NAPT) is making a comeback to Las Vegas this November, marking its first stop at Resorts World. The tour is slated to commence on November 4. Poker enthusiasts can look forward to the Main Event with a buy-in of $1,650, scheduled from November 6 to 11, boasting six initial flights. From November 10 to 12, the $5,300 High Roller event will unfold, followed by the $550 PokerStars Cup from November 9 to 12.
Steve Preiss, PokerStars’ VP for North America, expressed his excitement: “The iconic NAPT series is returning, and we’re elated to present it to the North American poker community. We’re pulling out all the stops to make this a memorable series and eagerly anticipate our Las Vegas kickoff.”
Leon Wheeler, the Poker Operations Director at Resorts World Las Vegas, echoed the sentiment: “Our collaboration with PokerStars signifies the much-anticipated return of the NAPT. Hosting the inaugural stop at Resorts World Las Vegas is a proud moment for us. We are gearing up to welcome a global ensemble of players to our premier property.”
Durango Casino Resort in Las Vegas Opens Doors this November
In related news, Red Rock Resorts has disclosed the prospective opening date for Durango Casino Resort in Las Vegas – November 20, 2023, subject to regulatory green lights. Positioned on a sprawling 71-acre plot along South Durango Drive, adjacent to the 215 Beltway near Rhodes Ranch, the establishment promises a luxurious experience.
Visitors can expect a vast 83,000-square-foot casino expanse, an exclusive sportsbook, and a 15-story tower encompassing over 200 elegant hotel rooms. The resort also boasts convention centers, meeting hubs, a lavish pool surrounded by cabanas, gourmet dining options, ambient outdoor lounging spots, and ample free parking. Culinary aficionados can relish choices from 15 restaurants, inclusive of four specialty outlets and a diverse food hall.