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Belgian Poker Challenge Namur is coming up

Belgian Poker Challenge Namur is coming up

Circus Poker
November 23, 2019

The Belgian Poker Challenge in Namur is coming up. The half yearly Belgian Championship for Poker officially starts on Friday, November 29th. You can already participate in qualifiers. On Sunday there was a first online starting day. Days of Poker also highlights the Belgian Poker Championship. Which players are going to get some extras from Santa Claus? We look forward to the biggest poker festival on Belgian ground.

Qualifiers BPC 2019 Main Event

There are many ways to qualify for the € 1.100 Main Event of BPC Namur. Every day Casino de Namur hosts qualifiers for different buy-ins. Below you find an overview.

Sunday nights it’s also possible to play a first starting day of the Main Event online. By the way, you can also qualify online.

The casino of Spa opens its doors next week for a qualifier and a first starting day for the main event. The Main Event itself starts in the Casino de Namur on Sunday, December 1st. 4 Starting days are divided over 3 days. On Wednesday Day 2 starts and like this it continues until the grand final on Saturday.

Program qualifiers Belgian Poker Challenge Namur 2019

  • 23 NOV 15h30: € 250 Super Satellite (Namur) – 10 tickets GTD
  • 23 NOV 21h00: € 165 Satellite (Namur) – 2 tickets GTD
  • 24 NOV 15h30: € 85 Satellite (Namur)
  • 25 NOV 20h00: € 130 Satellite (Namur) – 4 tickets GTD
  • 26 NOV 19h30: € 165 Big Tuesday Special (Namur)
  • 27 NOV 19h30: € 220 Satellite (Namur) – 5 tickets GTD
  • 27 NOV 20h00: € 60 Step 1 to Step 2 (Spa) – 5 tickets voor Step 2 GTD
  • 28 NOV 19h30: € 165 Satellite (Namur) – 5 tickets GTD
  • 29 NOV 18h00: € 250 Step 2 tot BPC 1A (Spa) – 3 tickets GTD
  • 29 NOV 21h00: € 135 Friday Deepstack Sat. BPC 1A – 2 tickets GTD
  • 30 NOV 21h00: € 115 Satellite (Spa) – 1 ticket GTD
  • 30 NOV 20h00: € 110 Satellite (Namur) – 5 tickets GTD
  • 1 DEC 16h00: € 110 Satellite (Namur) – 5 tickets GTD
  • 1 DEC 20h00: € 165 Satellite (Namur) – 5 tickets GTD
  • 2 DEC 16h00: € 110 Satellite (Namur) – 5 tickets GTD
  • 2 DEC 20h00: € 165 Satellite (Namur) – 5 tickets GTD
  • 3 DEC 14h00: € 165 Satellite Turbo (Namur) – 5 tickets GTD

Program Main & Side Events BPC 2019

Next to the many possibilities to get yourself a seat for the biggest Main Event of the year, there are a lot of side events during BPC Namur. On top of the Main Event there are 11 other poker tournaments. Days of Poker focusses on the closing weekend, where the entire Day sof Poker team will be present.

See the full poker program for Belgian Poker Challenge 2019 in the Casino de Namur.

Via the Open Face Chinese Pineapple poker app Days of Poker you can qualify for the tournaments that are played in the closing weekend. On Tuesday, November 26th, Wednesday, November 27th and Thursday, November 28th there’s a € 109 BPC Final at 21h10 where you can win a package worth € 750 and percentages from the Days of Poker team!

Read all about the BPC Final in our app

Side events BPC 2019 Namur

The buy-ins from the side events of BPC Namur vary from € 110 up til € 2.200. There’s something for everyone, meaning that there’s opportunities for every kind of wallet. On top of that not only NLH-tournaments are played. Friday, November 29th, the festival will start with a two-day € 250 NLH 9-Max Championship. On Wednesday, December 4th, the € 550 NLH FreezeOut starts. Thursday December 5th you can participate in the € 2.200 Highroller and the € 220 NLH KnockOut Progressive. On Friday December 6th the € 550 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship and the € 110 Ladies Championship start. Saturday, December 7th the € 440 NLH 8-6Max Championship will be played and the € 250 ShortDeck Championship. You can also follow the final from the Main Event.

Follow the action of Team Days of Poker

During the BPC Namur Poker festival you can get to know Team Days of Poker. The full team will play the € 440 8-6Max Championship. With players like Wim Verhaegen and Jorden Verbraeken there’s always a possibility that one of them will make it to the final table of the Main Event. If that happens, they won’t be playing the 8-6Max tourney. The same counts for the other Team members, of course!

History Belgian Poker Challenge

In 2011 the Belgian Poker Challenge was organised for the first time. Ever since then it’s a poker festival with 2 stops yearly: one in the Casino of Spa, one in the Casino of Namur. In May of each year the BPC has its stop in Spa, in November Namur is the poker place to be. The BPC festival always lasts about 10 days, that’s 10 days of pure poker fun. The history of the Belgian Poker Challenge is not that elaborate, but we are sure that you know a lot of the players that have already reached itm places in the BPC tournaments.

Arne Coulier won the BPC Main Event in Namur in 2014. For this awesome performance Coulier took home € 113.820. In 2015, Arne Coulier did it again. There were 680 entries for the BPC Main Event in November 2015 and Coulier took the title again. This time, he won over € 100.000. Team Days of Poker ambassador Wim Verhaegen also does well during the BPC series. His name regularly appears in the Hendon Mob lines of the poker festivals. We are curious to see how he will do this year! Bart Lybaert, Jonathan Abdellatif, Davidi Kitai and Christophe De Meulder will also definitely ring a bell.