Another tournament has been added to the CEO Poker Tour for 2007. First they'll be in Atlantic City in May, then players will head to the Venetian Casino Resort in Las Vegas for the next leg of the tour July 2-10.
The event will feature a battle for an exclusive Tiffany Championship bracelet as well as cash, trophies, prizes such as a Harley Davidson motorcycle, and the bragging rights for the top poker-playing CEO.
Buy-ins range from $500 to $5,000 for the Texas Hold'em events, and they are open to CEOs looking to play some poker and network with other execs.
At the Venetian, the CEO Poker players will have access to several amenities such as the Canyon Ranch Spa Club, 19 restaurants and golf courses. There is also the Tao Nightclub and 80 boutiques to shop at in the "Grand Canal Shoppes."
Players can also visit the Guggenheim Hermitage Museum and Madame Tusaud's Wax Museum while they're there.
"The luxurious location will enable participants to play poker in an exclusive poker room while enjoying the amenities of an amazing resort," said William Peraza, EDO Poker and Executive Games CEO.
The first two tournaments in Atlantic City and Las Vegas are just the tip of the iceberg for CEOs looking to play a little poker. The final tournament will take place at the Venetian in October to crown the "Chairman of Poker."
For more information, visit www.ceopokertour.com.