The Mid-States Poker Tour is coming back to the Silverado poker room in Deadwood. It is the 2022 Deadwood Shootout. The dates are October 21 through October 23. The prize pool is guaranteed to be at least $100,000.
There are several ways to enter the main event. The direct buy-in is $1,110. There are also 24 satellites. The first begins today, September 23, 2022.
There are two types of satellites. One is a $65 super satellite. One out of five players advance to a $260 satellite of their choice. In the $260 satellite, one out of five players receive a free entry into the $1,110 main event. If the number of entries for any satellite is not divisible by five, the player that bubbles will receive that portion of the prize pool in cash.
Day 1a of the main event starts at 3pm on Friday, October 21. Day 1b starts at 3pm on Saturday, October 22. The main event’s day two starts at 11am on Sunday, October 23. There is also a $250 last chance tournament at noon on October 23. All Deadwood shootout events are no limit Texas hold’em.
MSPT Deadwood Shootout satellite times
There are 24 Mid-States Poker Tour satellites. Most are held at 6:30pm on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and noon on Saturdays. There are 10 $65 super satellites and 14 $260 main satellites. The two last $260 satellites are turbos as they start right before the main event. See the time for each on the structure sheet on the Mid-States Poker Tour’s website.
MSPT Deadwood Shootout satellite structures
Players in the $65 super satellites start with 10,000 chips. The first level is 100/100/100. This includes a big blind ante. Levels go up incrementally every 20 minutes. Of the $65 buy-in, $52 goes to the prize pool. The remainder goes to the staff and house.
The $260 satellite starts with 15,000 chips. Levels in this event also go up every 20 minutes. The prize pool receives $222 of the buy-in. Remaining funds go to the staff and house. The blinds are the same between the super satellite and main one.
MSPT Deadwood Shootout main event structure
The $1,110 main event starts with 25,000 in chips. Levels go up every 40 minutes. The $1,110 buy-in sees $970 go to the prize pool. The rest is split between the staff and house.
The last chance event starts at 3pm on October 23. It is $250, with $200 going to the prize pool. The rest goes to the dealer and house. This tournament uses the same structure as the $260 satellite, where players start with 15,000 chips and blinds going up every 20 minutes.