MSPT Returns to Silverado Poker Room in Deadwood

Deadwood will once again be a stop on the Mid-States Poker Tour. The event is the South Dakota State Poker Championship. 

The $1,110 Main Event starts on May 20, 2022. It has a $100,000 guaranteed prize pool. Satellites begin on April 20 at the Silverado poker room.

There are two types of satellites for the Main Event. One is a $65 tournament. One out of five players from this satellite receives a seat in a $260 satellite. One player for every five buy-ins in the $260 satellite gets an entry into the $1,110 Main Event. 

All satellite tickets are transferable. MSPT Deadwood events have big blind ante structures. 

$65 MSPT Deadwood satellite details

The $65 MSPT Deadwood satellite has $52 going to the prize pool. There is a $5 admin fee and $8 staff fee. 

Players start with 10,000 tournament chips. Blinds increase every 20 minutes. The first level is 100/100/100 big blind ante/small blind/large blind. Late registration is available for the first two hours.

There are 10 $65 MSPT Deadwood satellites:

  • April 22 at 6:30pm
  • April 26 at 6:30pm
  • April 30 at noon
  • May 3 at 6:30pm
  • May 7 at noon
  • May 10 at 6:30pm
  • May 14 at noon
  • May 15 at noon
  • May 17 at 1pm
  • May 18 at 1pm

$260 MSPT Deadwood satellite details

The $260 satellite buy-in will have $222 going to the prize pool, $23 as an admin fee for the poker room and $15 goes to the staff. Players start with 15,000 chips. Blinds increase every 20 minutes during normal satellites. There are two turbo satellites where blinds go up every 15 minutes. 

Players may late register and re-enter until the start of level nine. The first level is 100/100/100 for big blind ante/small blind/large blind.

There are 14 $260 satellites for the MSPT Deadwood at the Silverado poker room. Two are turbo. The dates and times are below:

  • April 29 at 6:30pm
  • April 30 at 6:30pm
  • May 6 at 6:30pm
  • May 7 at 6:30pm
  • May 13 at 6:30pm
  • May 14 at 6:30pm
  • May 15 at 4pm
  • May 16 at 6:30pm
  • May 17 at 6:30pm
  • May 18 at 6:30pm
  • May 19 at noon
  • May 19 at 6:30pm
  • May 20 at 10am (turbo)
  • May 21 at 10am (turbo)

MSPT Deadwood Main Event structure

The $1,110 MSPT Main Event has $970 go to the prize pool, $100 to the poker room as an admin fee and $40 goes to the staff. The prize pool has a $100,000 guarantee. There will be $1,500 withheld for player prizes. 

Day 1A starts at 3pm on Friday, May 20. Day 1B starts at 3pm on Saturday, May 21. Day 2 starts at 11am on May 22.

The starting stack is 25,000. The first level is 100/100/100 for big blind ante/small blind/large blind. Blinds go up every 40 minutes until it is heads up, where levels increase every 30 minutes. 

Late registration and re-entry are permitted until the start of level 13. That is approximately 520 minutes into the tournament when including breaks.

$250 Last Chance Showdown

There is a $250 Last Chance Showdown at noon on May 22. The prize pool receives $200, while staff and the poker room each receive $25 of the buy-in. Players start with 15,000 chips. Blinds increase every 20 minutes. Players may late register and re-enter until the start of level nine.

Detailed structured sheets are available on the MSPT website

Three Deadwood poker rooms are open

There will be plenty of cash game and tournament action at the Silverado poker room during the MSPT. Visitors that want to check out other Deadwood poker rooms can visit Saloon No. 10 and Cadillac Jack’s. Each offers a unique poker experience. The higher limit games will likely be at Cadillac Jack’s. The more recreational, lower limit games are often at Saloon No. 10.