Three key sites with their best tourneys for September 11th.
Stan James Poker's Master Classics Weekly Satellite on September 11th
At 2pm ET, Stan James Poker will be hosting another one of their daily satellites to in the Master Classics series.
The name of the tournament is Master Classics Daily Final and it represents an opportunity for you to take part in the Master Classics of Poker in Amsterdam. The entry fee is €20 + €2 and the format of the tournament is No Limit Texas Hold'em.
If you aren't looking for a satellite but rather you are interested in a guaranteed tournament then you can still depend on Stan James Poker to deliver. Head over there and click on there "Guaranteed Tournaments" tab and you'll find plenty of action every evening.
If you are interested in the Daily Final then keep in mind that the weekly final will take place on Saturday and the Daily Final satellite tournament will guarantee 2 seats to that Saturday final. To start off the Daily Final tournament you get 2000 chips, 12 minute levels, and 20 seconds of response time. Also, three €10 rebuys will be available in the first hour plus a €10 add on later.
You will need an account with Stan James Poker and when you register you should use the referral code MAXIMUMBONUS.
Paddy Power Poker's $20,000 Double Stack Freezeout on September 11th
An excluding tournament with a large stack and a large guaranteed prize pool.
On September 11th at 3:45pm ET Paddy Power Poker will be hosting a tournament that promises to offer a large prize pool with good competition. The "$20,000 Double Stack Freezeout" is one of the better tournaments on the Internet on Friday as it has an excluding entry fee of $300 + $20 (really low rake at only 6.67%) that promises to attract quality competition.
The format of the tournament is No Limit Texas Hold 'em and there are satellites available for $64 + $6 that can be found in the lobby of the tournament.
This tournament is known for having one of the larger entry fees and for offering a large prize pool guarantee for a Friday night. The stacks will start at a large 4000 chips and that means you can hold out a bit for aces or kings, or whatever your range is, as those chips won't be threatened by small blinds which start at just 10/20 (and with levels that will only increase every 15 minutes).
If you are looking for a satellite or qualifier tournament instead of a guaranteed prize one tourney, the Paddy Power Poker has TONS of those on Friday September 11th. Poker Cup Australia? $1,000,000 Stages? Irish Winter Festival? Look under their "Satellites" tab to find those great qualifiers.
You'll need to register with Paddy Power Poker (it's free) to play in this tournament and they offer a "Match Bonus up to $500" on your first deposit.
Absolute Poker's $10K GTD Deep Stack Hold'em tournament on September 11th
Absolute Poker helps define the standard in what qualifies as a deep stack.
On September 11th at 2pm ET Absolute Poker will be running an affordable tournament with a great starting stack. The name of the tournament is "$10K GTD Deep Stack Hold'em" and the cost for the tournament is $60 + $6.
What makes this tournament stand out is not so much the prize pool, which is small (but still nice to have), but rather the starting stack. While most sites define a "Deep Stack" as 3000 to 4000 chips, in this tournament you will start with 5000 chips.
There are other tournaments on the site for September 11th that should attract online poker players if this particular tournament doesn't interest you. For example, there is the "Sniper $25K GTD" tournament which is actually a bounty tourney.
You'll need to be registered with Absolute Poker to play and be sure to use our referral code of MAXIMUMBONUS when you sign up.