Danny de Vos Wins has become the winner of the inaugural Lex Live Main Event in Casino de Namur. De Vos took home €29,300 after a five-way deal. Poker casino de namur namur. PokerStars Room. Avenue Baron de Moreau 1. 6.3 'They threw money at me???' Lander Dejonghe. Parking du Casino de Namur. Main Event Day 3, Casino de Namur, Namur: Sun 6 Dec at 2:00pm: Belgium: € 1,500 High-Roller Championship Day 2, Casino de Namur, Namur: Sun 6 Dec at 2:00pm: United States: $ 200 No Limit Hold'em (Event #3), Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tampa: Sun 6 Dec at 3:00pm: Belgium: € 85 No Limit Hold'em - Sunday Special, Casino de Namur, Namur. Full Schedule Pending, The Poker Room formerly The Vic, London: 26-Nov-2020 Thursday; Thu 26 Nov - Tue 1 Dec: Belgium: € 225 No Limit Hold'em - 8-Max Championship Day 1A, Casino de Namur, Namur: 30-Nov-2020 Monday; Mon 30 Nov - Mon 7 Dec: Belgium: € 800 No Limit Hold'em - Main Event Day 1A, Casino de Namur, Namur: Mon 30 Nov - Tue 1 Dec. Casino de Namur in Namur contact details. The Largest Live Poker Database. 2020 Belgian Poker Challenge (BPC) - Namur: 8 - 11 Nov 2020: Super Tuesday: 19 - 25 Oct.
Of course, it depends on who you ask.
What is the highlight of a visit to Namur, the capital of Wallonia, between Liege to the east, and Charleroi to the west?
To most visitors making their way to this gateway to the Ardennes, it would likely be the citadel, with its World Heritage status, its history, and a golden statue of a giant turtle (seriously Wikipedia?)
It might even be the Fight for the Golden Stilt, not a chapter in a Harry Potter story, but the annual custom held every September in which two teams dress in medieval garb and do battle, on stilts.
Well now we'd like to add another attraction to that list, a PokerStars one, for visitors with poker in mind. Specifically, the MEGASTACK Namur event.
For the first time, the Casino de Namur reached more than 1,000 entries for a single event, with 1,051 entries for the MEGASTACK Main Event. A new record.
If your French is up to it you can find a report of the event here, otherwise we can tell you it was Zak Bryan who took first place, and a winner's cheque for €12789.
That came after a five-way deal that ultimately left runner up Alain Rachard with the biggest payday if not gold, with €14,231. None of which was bad at all for a €170 buy-in.
Congratulations to the winners, but also our thanks to the players who helped set that record.
Want to help set a record in the next MEGASTACK event? There are five coming up this month alone in various locations in Europe and the United States. You can find the details of those event, and all MEGASTACK tournaments, on the MEGASTACK homepage.
So add poker to your reasons to visit Namur. We'd still like to see that turtle though.
Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog. Follow him on Twitter: @StephenBartley. What did you think about this post? Let us know on Twitter: @PokerStarsBlog