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14/04/2015 - Season 27 Grand Final write-up! -


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The Season 27 Grand Finals were both great events to finish a very close Season!

Terry Loftus was our overall Pro League Season Champion, beating Danny Poolman by a few hundred points overall.

The really close one was the Free League, with Paul Lord taking the Season out by only 29 points to Terry Smith! (8684 vs 8655 points!)

Congratulations to Terry and Paul for your great efforts during Season 27!

On to the Grand Final last Sunday, we saw 28 Pro players and 25 Free players fighting it out for the Grand Champion titles.

Congratulations to our winners at the Season 27 Grand Finals!



Chris Darling took down the Pro event, in a very close battle against last season's Grand Final Champion, and Season 27's Season Champion Terry Loftus, who nearly make it two final wins in a row! Chris picked up an impressive $920.25 for first, Terry $613.50 for 2nd, and Woodvale stalwart Peter Bles $511.25 for 3rd place!

Over in the Free League, we saw Marcus O'hara and Sarah Gane battle it out for first place, with Marcus eventually claiming victory and the title of Season 27 Free League Grand Champion!

Thanks for all the positive comments as to the structure of the day and the changes to the regular Pro events, we are very happy with how the new changes are working and it's good to see more players down at the regular events!

Don't forget, $42 out of a $50 buy-in is paid out in cash prizes in our regular Pro events! See you at Beaumaris on Tuesdays and Woodvale on Thursdays for these regular events!

The results and more photos from the finals can be found at these links -



Pro - http://wapokerleague.com.au/event_results.aspx?EventID=9377



Free - http://wapokerleague.com.au/event_results.aspx?EventID=9378

The next finals are scheduled for August 9th, put it in your diary so you don't miss out!

Thanks again for your support!

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2/04/2015 - Season 27 Grand Finals, and big changes for Season 28 start next week! -


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Thanks for your support during Season 27, the first of 3 seasons in 2015!

We have the Grand Finals coming up on Sunday week, 12th April, at the Beaumaris Association. The venue will be putting some finger food on again this Grand Final, thanks to the great team at Beaumaris!

Registration opens for Pro and Free Leagues @ 11am, with seating @ 12 midday. The Pro buy-in is $100 and open to all members. It is strictly limited to 5 tables, 40 seats, and first in first served for seats. Be sure to get in as soon after 11am as you can to ensure you get your spot!

More info regarding the Grand Finals can be found at -

http://wapokerleague.com.au/content.aspx?ContentID=final

New changes to Season 28, starting on Tuesday 7th April!

Thanks to all our members who have made suggestions, discussed possible changes and helped us decide on these following great changes for Season 28!

These changes will be trialled for the first month of Season 28, and may need to be adjusted based on viability for the club, and tournament length with the new structure. We are relying on you, our members, to spread the word of these changes and help grow player numbers, so please share the news!

Pro League changes -

$50 buy-in, ($42 to the cash prize!) freezeout, 12,500 starting stack.

Free League changes -

5000 starting stack, 5000 re-entry/top-up

Cash Table changes -

$2 / $3 blinds, commission capped @ $20 (previously $2 / $5 capped @ $25)

We hope you enjoy these changes and we're looking forward to kicking off Season 28 with a bang!

Good luck in the finals!

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