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Legends Classic Series 2014 Brings on Lon McEachern, TJ Cloutier

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Apr/01/2014
Legends Classic Series 2014 Brings on Lon McEachern, TJ Cloutier

Las Vegas – Legends Classic Series has added two more legends to their pro team; TJ Cloutier; A 2006 inductee of the Poker Hall of Fame, a six-time bracelet winner with more than $10,000,000 in lifetime earnings along with 60 WSOP cashes and Lon McEachern an American sports broadcaster, known as the “Voice of Poker” due to his hand-by-hand commentary on the World Series of Poker.

LCS is also excited to announce a partnership with the Snowy Peak Entertainment team out of Denver Colorado to film and edit their television production and live streaming videos. Owners, Troy Waterman and Joe Panepinto are bringing some exciting and unique designs and production ideas to the poker industry. 

The LCS launch tournament is scheduled for June 7-9th, 2014 at the famous Binion’s Gambling Hall. June 7& 8, 11am Flight 1A & 1B, $240 buy-in, 20k in chips (both flights will allow re-entries). Flights A & B will combine on June 9th for the finals. Blind levels begin at 35 min for 1A & 1B, On Day 2 (finals) are 40 minute levels and the final table will play 50 minute levels.

For more information on the launch event at Binion’s, check out their newly redesigned website (www.legendsclassicseries.com ). New dates coming soon! Be sure to sign up for their newsletter and like them on facebook (Legends Classic Series) and follow them on twitter (@LCSPoker).

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