Canterbury Park Fall Poker Classic Runs Through Oct. 20; PokerNews to Live Report High Roller & Main Event

Canterbury Park Fall Poker Classic Runs Through Oct. 20; PokerNews to Live Report High Roller & Main Event

2019 Fall Poker Classic

Table Of Contents

  • The FPC Schedule
  • History of the FPC Main Event

U.S.-based poker players have a packed schedule to look forward to this fall, but an event not to be forgotten about in the Midwest is the Fall Poker Classic, taking place at Canterbury Park.

The long-running series takes place starting Oct. 4 and runs through Oct. 20 on the property, located in the Twin Cities metro area in Minnesota. It features 21 numbered events and a slew of side events, with the biggest draw being the $1,100 Main Event carrying a hefty guarantee of $300,000.

Furthermore, PokerNews is set to live report both the Main Event and the $2,500 High Roller. The former will feature two starting flights on Oct. 18 and 19 and a Day 2 on Oct. 20, while the latter is a traditional two-day event running Oct. 17-18.

The FPC Schedule

Here’s a look at the full schedule of the FPC.

Date Time Event
Oct. 4 6 p.m. #1 — $250 Tag Team NLHE
Oct. 5 11 a.m. $2 — $365 Monster Stack NLHE
  6 p.m. $150 Double Stack NLHE
Oct. 6 11 a.m. #3 — $250 NLHE
  6 p.m. $125 NLHE
Oct. 7 11 a.m. #4 — $250 Seniors NLHE
  6 p.m. $150 Double Stack NLHE
Oct. 8 12 p.m. #5 — $550 NLHE
  6 p.m. $125 NLHE
Oct. 9 12 p.m. #6 — $250 Omaha Hi-Lo
  4 p.m. #7 — $250 Six-Max NLHE
  6 p.m. $125 NLHE
Oct. 10 12 p.m. #8 — $550 Canterbury Mix Dealers Choice
  4 p.m. #9 — $250 Eight-Max PLO
  6 p.m. $125 NLHE
Oct. 11 12 p.m. #10 — $340 Black Chip Bounty Double Stack NLHE
  6 p.m. $125 No-Limit Crazy Pineapple
Oct. 12 11 a.m. #11 — $365 Monster Stack NLHE
  6 p.m. $125 NLHE
  8 p.m. $285 High Roller Satellite
Oct. 13 11 a.m. #12 — $250 NLHE
  4 p.m. #13 — $125 Ladies NLHE
  6 p.m. $125 Mix
Oct. 14 11 a.m. #14 — $340 Double Stack NLHE
  6 p.m. $150 Double Stack NLHE
Oct. 15 12 p.m. #15 — $550 NLHE
  4 p.m. #16 — $250 Limit Hold’em
  6 p.m. $255 Main Event Satellite
Oct. 16 12 p.m. #17 –$340 Six-Max NLHE
  4 p.m. $285 High Roller Satellite
  6 p.m. $255 Main Event Satellite
Oct. 17 12 p.m. #18 — $250 NLHE
  1 p.m. #19 — $2,500 High Roller NLHE
  6 p.m. $255 Main Event Satellite
Oct. 18 12 p.m. #20 — $1,100 Main Event Day 1a ($300K GTD)
  6 p.m. $255 Main Event Satellite
Oct. 19 12 p.m. #20 — $1,100 Main Event Day 1b ($300K GTD)
  6 p.m. $125 NLHE
Oct. 20 11 a.m. #21 — $180 Last Chance NLHE
  12:30 p.m. Main Event Day 2
  6 p.m. $125 NLHE

Top performing players in the series can compete for an $1,100 prize as laid out here.

Structures can be found by clicking the links here.

History of the FPC Main Event

Dating all the way back to 2001, the Fall Poker Classic is the longest-running series in the Midwest. Here’s a look at the champions crowned in the FPC over the years.

Year Entries Winner Prize
2001 58 Tom Cawly $11,252
2002 131 Joe Brodsky $50,828
2003 239 Eric Musser $85,777
2004 338 Jimmy Sommerfeld $108,194
2005 363 Chad Ogle $105,630
2006 402 Brad Berman $116,977
2007 329 Dan Sindelar $105,312
2008 263 Naser Alkhatib $84,184
2009 234 Brad Berman $74,901
2010 245 Kou Vang $78,421
2011 293 Jared Hubbard $70,769
2012 264 Mike Schneider $63,759
2013 395 Adam Dahlin $90,035
2014 363 Matt Kirby $84,502
2015 377 Scotter Clark $85,940
2016 389 Erv Bjerga $88,668
2017 375 Dennis Stevermer $85,477
2018 409 Nghia Le $69,789

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