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amass so as to keep for future use or sale or for a particular occasion or use

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The series finale is the Sunday $200,000 Guaranteed Prize tournament on January 16, 2011, with entries of $100+$9, a 66% discount off the usual buy-in cost.
It also predicted an increase in the number of high-tech sector buy-ins, although 3i believes that, given current valuations, more traditional businesses also offer considerable buy-in potential.
There is an old formula for bankroll building that advises players to have at least 30 buy-ins stowed away before making a serious run at it.
HSBC's Ed White said: "Although management buy-ins are not as commonplace as they once were, we are seeing an increase in interest in this area.
The legal requirements in key areas such as discretionary benefits; partial Buy-ins and the role of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF)
Qualifiers start from as little as $6, and the package covers travel expenses, seven nights' accommodation in the Caesars Palace hotel and buy-ins to three satellites for the World Series of Poker main event.
Members are able to win seats to the local events through 888poker's online satellite tournaments, with buy-ins as little as 1e[acute accent], or through entering the tournament qualifiers directly.
Pinsent Masons has worked on a number of high profile buy-ins, buyouts and longevity swaps including Babcock, MF Global, Cadbury s, Denso, NSPCC and Uniac.
The package includes the [euro]770 buy-in to the main event, accommodation and spending money.
Winners will receive an amazing $15,000 package which includes six nights luxury accommodation at the Palazzo hotel, flights, incredible VIP Las Vegas events, and the $10,000 buy-in to the WSOP Main Event.
The study, sponsored by Barclays Private Equity and professional services firm Deloitte, shows that despite a fall in the number of buy-out or buy-in deals to 18 in 2004 their average value increased dramatically to pounds 11.
Each player starts with 20,000 tournament chips for the $1,675 buy-in.
The Main Event will have a guaranteed prize pool of $50,000 with a buy-in of $50 + $5.
In addition, it may be inequitable to apply a buy-in rule to basic research costs that precede the formation of a cost-sharing group or the entry of a new participant.
The field began with 269 players and ended with the first place winner taking home over $25,000 in prizes, including a $10,000 WSOP buy-in.