Poker at The Isle
151 Beach Blvd
Biloxi, MS 39530
Webpage
Phone:  (228) 435-5400
Hours of operation:  24/7
Number of tables:  9
Regular Tournaments:  Yes
Bad Beat Jackpots:  Yes
Games available: texas holdem (limit, no limit), omaha
      

Regularly scheduled tournaments:

Monday:

 3pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $30 +$5 entry fee, rebuys: $10, starting chips: 3,500, ("Freeze-Out").

Tuesday:

 1pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $10 +$5 entry fee, add-on: $30, rebuys: $15, starting chips: 2,500.

Wednesday:

 7pm no-limit texas holdem bounty ($10) tournament. Buy-in: $15 +$5 entry fee +$10 bounty fee, add-on: $25, rebuys: $20, starting chips: 2,500.

Thursday:

 2pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $30 +$5 entry fee, starting chips: 3,500.

Friday:

 3pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $45 +$5 entry fee, starting chips: 5,000, ("Freeze-Out").

Saturday:

 3pm no-limit texas holdem bounty ($20) tournament. Buy-in: $25 +$5 entry fee +$20 bounty fee, add-on: $25, rebuys: $20, starting chips: 3,000.
 
While we strive to maintain up-to-date and accurate information of regularly scheduled tournaments, poker rooms often change their schedules. Please check with the individual poker room for the latest changes.



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