Potomac Poker Open returns to MGM National Harbor

July 5, 2023
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The tournament will take place between August 16-28, 2023

The Potomac Poker Open is making its return to MGM National Harbor on August 16-28, 2023. 

The poker tournament will run for 13 days and will be full of events with large winnings. 

Tournament highlights will include a $600,000 Mystery Bounty opening event; a High Roller showdown with a $3,500 buy-in and the Main Event will feature a $1m guaranteed prize pool.

The tournament will garner more than $2m in total guaranteed prize pools throughout 19 events.

The $1.4bn resort offers panoramic views of the Eastern shore of the Potomac River in Maryland. 

The Potomac Poker Open Schedule consists of a Mystery Bounty NHL day with $600,000 guaranteed from Aug 16-18, followed by a Double Stack No Limit 1-day event which guarantees $50,000 on Aug 19.

Furthermore, there is also a No-Limit Hold’em 1-day event on Aug 20 and Aug 27 with $50,000 up for grabs, a NHL high roller event with $100,000 guaranteed. 

Lastly, there will be $1m guaranteed on Aug 25 and 26 during the main event with the Main Event Table Final taking place on Aug 28.

Recently, MGM National Harbor Hotel and Casino workers unanimously voted to join Teamsters Local 639.

Gaming America will be speaking to President and COO of MGM National Harbor, Melanie Johnson in an upcoming interview, follow us for updates.

Johnson has also previously featured on the GA Huddle.


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