Orlando, FL – Faded Spade® is pleased to announce that the North Dakota State Poker Championship and Roughrider Poker Tour, have made North Dakota Faded Spade country. The Roughrider Poker Tour has chosen Faded Spade as the primary poker playing card supplier for the upcoming North Dakota State Poker Championship and the tour’s 70-plus events annually.
The North Dakota State Poker Championship is presented by the Roughrider Poker Tour and takes place December 29, 2019, through January 1, 2020, at the Ramkota Hotel & Conference Center in Bismarck, North Dakota. The event is sponsored by Bismarck-Mandan Convention & Visitors Bureau and Faded Spade cards will be proudly dealt to all competitors.
“Faded Spade is thrilled to bring its industry-leading playing cards to North Dakota,” Tom Wheaton, CEO of Faded Spade, said. “Jerry Sorrells and his team at the Roughrider Poker Tour are known for their professional, player-friendly events, as evidenced by last year’s huge turnout for the North Dakota State Poker Championship. Faded Spade looks forward to enhancing the level of poker provided by the Roughrider Poker Tour.”
“The Roughrider Poker Tour prides itself on a player-friendly environment, and we are well aware that Faded Spade playing cards are the cards are players want to be dealt,” Jerry Sorrells, President and CEO of the Roughrider Poker Tour, said. “We look forward to having Faded Spade front and center during the North Dakota State Poker Championship and for all Roughrider Poker Tour events in the future.”
The North Dakota State Poker Championship is a $150 buy-in event that sees players start with 25,000 in chips. There are four starting flights and players may enter two times total. Last year’s North Dakota State Poker Championship event attracted a booming field of 741 entries, creating a prize pool of nearly $90,000. Players may qualify for the North Dakota State Poker Championship via a freeroll being held on December 29. Freeroll registration opens at 5 p.m. local time and the cards will be in the air at 6 p.m.
The freeroll is limited to 300 seats and the top 10 finishers will receive a $150 seat into the flight of their choosing. In addition to the North Dakota State Poker Championship, there is the $150 buy-in Second Chance Tournament taking place on January 1. For more information on the North Dakota State Poker Championship and the Roughrider Poker Tour, please visit https://www.roughriderpokertour.com/.
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Faded Spade® is the poker and playing card brand for today’s poker players, poker rooms and the modern poker era. Founded in 2017 by Tom Wheaton, Faded Spade provides the highest quality playing cards to leading poker rooms, operators, and consumers around the world. Faded Spade 100% plastic playing cards feature a fresh face card design, custom poker index and a balance of thickness, flexibility and strength not found in any other poker playing card on the market today. As the preferred playing cards of the World Poker Tour, Faded Spade is a brand built by poker players, for poker players, with product feedback from some of the best poker players and poker room operators across the globe. To learn more about Faded Spade, visit FadedSpade.com.
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