FS&G Announces Tournament Structure and Players

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Federated Sports and Gaming (FS&G) have announced the tournament structure and list of qualifying players for its new professional poker league.

The season kicks off this August at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas and is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated events of 2011.

Below is a breakdown of the qualification requirements for members. Other information related to the league structure and tournament format can be found here on the FS&G website.

The criteria for each type of card is as follows (note that all monetary amounts are expressed in U.S. dollars) : –

5-Year Card

    At least $4.0 million in adjusted lifetime earnings, with the single largest win capped at $2.0 million
    At least 3 major lifetime titles
    At least 9 cashes since January 1, 2008, for a total of at least $600,000 won

3-Year Card

    At least $2.5 million in adjusted lifetime earnings, with the single largest win capped at $1.5 million
    At least 1 major lifetime title
    At least 9 cashes since January 1, 2008, for a total of at least $500,000 won

2-Year Card Category A

    At least $2 million in adjusted lifetime earnings, with the single largest win capped at $1 million
    At least 1 major lifetime title
    At least 6 cashes since January 1, 2008, for a total of at least $300,000 won

2-Year Card Category B

    At least $1.25 million in adjusted lifetime earnings, with the single largest win capped at $750,000
    At least 9 cashes since January 1, 2008, for a total of $600,000 won

The owners and members of PokerGob.com would like extend their wishes to Annie Duke and the rest of the FS&G Team for a smooth and successful launch.

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