The iNinja Poker Tour just wrapped up its latest stop at the Atlantis Casino in Reno. Through 10 days of event festivities, players had a blast!
Rather than a standard, run-of-the-mill recap, iNinja does things a bit differently. Tour co-owner Chris Wallace put this fun article together to illustrate what the event’s festivities were like, highlighting some of the great people and personalities that made it a tour stop to remember.
The iNinja Poker Tour, now owned by Chris Wallace, has announced the date and location for their first event, Diamond Jo Casino in Northwoods, Iowa.
The event, slated for December 15, 2018, is unique in that it’s a Resurrection Tournament. More information on what that means in this press release.
Not all of us have the means to take shots at marquee $10K events put on by the major poker tours all over the world, but that doesn’t mean we have limited options. Mid-stakes grinders worldwide can avail themselves of plenty of excellent poker festivals that cater to players with more humble bankrolls.
Here’s our comprehensive list of the best mid-stakes poker tours and festivals out there, both live and online. If you’re looking to get some gamble on for affordable buy-in levels, these options all give you plenty of opportunities to win big without breaking the bank to reserve yourself a seat.
Like a supernova, the iNinja Poker Tour burned brightly for its brief lifespan. A favorite among Minnesota and Mid-west poker enthusiasts the tour awarded over $2 million in prize monies before shutting its doors.
In this post, we dive into the brand’s origin story, how lack of business savvy forced it to shut down, and have the scoop on the brand’s upcoming resurrection, with what players can expect from new ownership.