WSOP Roundup: Chris Moneymaker Runs Deep in Main Event, French Player Leads Bounty PLO

Poker Hall of Famer Chris Moneymaker returns for Day 4 as one of the chip leaders in the World Series of Poker Main Event.

Poker Hall of Famer Chris Moneymaker returns for Day 4 as one of the chip leaders in the World Series of Poker Main Event. The 2003 champion scored some huge hands on Day 2 and that big run continued on Day 3.

Some international players also return among the chip leaders as well. In other action, a French player leads the pack in the Pot Limit Omaha Bounty event. The Little One for One Drop also returns to action on Friday. Here’s a look at some of the headlines from Las Vegas.

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Event 67: $10,000 Main Event

The Main Event is heating up as players move on to Day 4 on Friday. The bubble burst on Thursday and all players have now reached the money with 1,000 left in the field.

Those now hitting the rail will at least earn a min-cash of $15,000. The event brought in 6,650 players for a $62 million prize pool, bringing a winner payout of  $8 million. The runner-up takes $4.3 million with ninth-place even earning $1 million.

The series is seeing a bit of deja vu so far, with 2003 Main Event winner Chris Moneymaker among the top chip stacks returning to the Rio. Moneymaker took his seat at the ‘03 Main Event via an $86 PokerStars qualifier.

His win was captured on ESPN and helped kickstart the poker boom. Another big score would make for big news.

Florida’s Jessica Cai leads the field going into Day 4 with 1.8 million. She comes into the Main Event with only $78,454 in live tournament winnings.

“(It’s) surreal,” she told PokerGO’s Jeff Platt of her run so far. “I’m still in shock, but I’m definitely grateful to be here.”

International players running deep in Main Event

Those aren’t the only players making nice runs. Thailand’s Phachara Wongwichit finished second in chips with just under 1.8 million. A regular in Asian events, he has $1.5 million in live tournament winnings and is looking for his first bracelet.

Ehsan Amiri, of Australia, bagged 1.6 million for the fourth-place spot. He’s seeking his first bracelet and the best finish of his career.

Another player to watch is Italy’s Gianluca Speranza, who finished the day with 1.3 million. In 2017, he took runner-up in the WSOP Europe Main Event for €689,246.

Event 68: $1,111 Little One for One Drop

This event heads to the third day of action on Friday after three Days 1s to get things started. The tournament produced 3,797 entries for a $3.8 million prize pool with a winner’s haul of $396,445.

GGPoker qualifier Mathew Solitro, of Massachusetts, returns as chip leader with 228 players remaining. Chile’s Oscar Alache sits second in chips with a few other international players among the chip leaders as well.

Germany’s Jan Wagner checks in at fourth with France’s Idris Ambraisse sitting in fifth. Japan’s Masaki Nakamura returns ninth in chips.

Event 71: $1,500 Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha

This tournament began on Thursday with France’s Mourad Amokrane returning as chip leader.

He’s the only player to top 1 million chips so far and this could be a career-defining tournament for the Frenchman. Amokrane currently has only $21,244 in live tournament winnings.

Bulgaria’s Nikolay Yosifov is third in chips with Greece’s Miltiadis Kyriakides in fifth. Canada’s Kirk Dillon and Spain’s Paulo Villena are in sixth and seventh as well.

The tournament attracted 860 players with only 84 returning for Day 2. Others advancing to Day 2 include Calvin Anderson, Team GGPoker’s Felipe Ramos, and Dario Sammartino.

Josh Ariah moved to the top of the Player of the Year standings. (Photo courtesy WSOP))

Player of the Year update

Josh Arieh has been the player of the series so far and moves into the No. 1 slot in the Player of the Year standings. The American rounder has already won two events and scored two other final table appearances. Here’s a look at the standings as of Friday:

  • 1st – Josh Arieh, 3,110.91 points
  • 2 – Jake Schwartz, 2,757.37
  • 3 – Anthony Zinno, 2,731.32
  • 4 – Ryan Leng, 2,684.04
  • 5 – Kevin Gerhart, 2,643.23

Upcoming events

Plenty of events remain in the series including some interesting tournaments over the weekend. That includes plenty of mixed games and two online events set for Sunday. Here’s a look at the action over the next few days:

  • 70: $888 Crazy Eights – Nov. 12
  • 72: $1,500 Mixed NLHE; PLO – Nov. 12
  • 73: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship – Nov. 13
  • 74: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet Event – Nov. 14
  • Online Event 8: $7,777 WSOP.com Lucky 7s High Roller – Nov. 14
  • Online Event 9: $777 WSOP.com Lucky 7s – Nov. 14
  • 75: $1,500 Freezeout NLHE – Nov. 15
  • 76: $10,000 Super Turbo Bounty – Nov. 15

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WSOP Roundup: Players From Russia, France, Finland Win Big; Main Event Kicks Off Thursday

international players came up big over the last week at the WSOP in Las Vegas as the Main Event kicks off on Thursday.

A few international players came up big over the last week at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. Russia’s Anatolii Zyrin took down one of the biggest events of the series, the $400 Colossus.

A Frenchman also scored big in the Super Seniors event. Finland saw a winner crowned as well with Eelis Parssinen (pictured above) taking his first bracelet.

In other news, the $10,000 Main Event also kicks off Thursday, which brings the first of six starting flights. Here’s a look at some of the headlines from the WSOP.

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Event 55: $400 COLOSSUS

Anatolii Zyrin shows off his new bracelet. (photo courtesy PokerGO)

This event produced a colossal field of 9,399 entries for a $3.1 million prize pool with a Russian player scoring gold. Anatolii Zyrin won his second bracelet and took home $314,705.

His previous bracelet came in 2019 in a $1,500 Omaha Mix event for $199,838 and he now has $2.2 million in live tournament winnings.

The final table was held in the King’s Lounge area. That produced some different dynamics with player’s friends even closer to the action to cheer them on. The location received nice reviews from payers and fans.

Event 58: $1,000 Super Seniors NLHE

The seniors events at the WSOP have become some of the most popular tournaments at the festival. The Super Seniors championship is open to players 60 years old and over. The event brought in 1,893 players for a $1.7 million prize pool.

It was a French super senior taking the top spot this year. Jean-Luc Adam scored his first bracelet for a payday of $255,623.

Adam currency lives in the Caribbean island of Saint Martin, where he won a WSOP Circuit ring in 2019. His son Cedric also won a ring during that series and taught his father how to play poker. The elder Adam was in a state of shock after winning the title.

France’s Jean-Luc Adam won the WSOP Super Seniors event. (photo courtesy WSOP)

“I’m dreaming,” Adam told WSOP.com. “It’s very strange, a strange sensation. I felt good for all of the tournament and I felt very relaxed. I never think about first place, but only play every hand.

“It’s a very nice moment. I like to play for pleasure. I like to have emotion … it’s a very strange sensation for me because I don’t realize that it’s a world championship. It’s very unbelievable, I don’t understand now. It’s too soon, I just finished the tournament. I can’t realize exactly everything now.”

Event 64: $5,000 Mixed NLHE; PLO

This event combines two of poker’s most popular variants and saw Finland’s Eelis Parssinen  rise to the top. He scored his first bracelet and $545,616 in an event with 579 entries for a $2.7 million prize pool.

The online poker pro doesn’t play many live tournaments, but has now found a bracelet in only his fifth WSOP event. The win came after a massive comeback.

With just 40 players remaining, Parssinen was left with only a single big blind. He’d even texted his friends that he was out of the tournament before staging a massive rally.

Some other big WSOP winners

Shaun Deeb took down Event 53: $25,000 High Roller PLO for $1.3 million. A couple of international players came in just behind him. Hong Kong’s Ka Kwan Lau took runner-up for $773,708. Bulgaria’s Veselin Karakitukov finished fifth for $276,870.

Event 56: $10,000 Six-Handed NLHE Championship brought a runner-up finish for Russia’s Nikita Kuznetsov. That brought a nice score of $445,892. Israel’s Ariel Mantel took third for $293,578 with South Korea’s Joonhee Yea finishing fifth for $137,303.

Winamax team pro Joao Vieira made a run at his second bracelet in Event 57: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship. However, he finished fifth for $54,993.

The tag team events always make for a run atmosphere at the Rio. After an Israeli team won the $1,000 version in 2019, another team from the country came close this year. Tomer Wolf and David Landell finished runner-up in Event 59 for $70,074, both just missing out on their first bracelet.

In Online Event 6: $666 NLHE, a Canadian player found a deep run in this Halloween event. “Sucra71” finished in second place for $71,000.

Another Russian made a deep run in Event 62: $1,500 PLO Hi-Lo 8 or Better with Alexander Orlov scoring fifth for $42,823.

PokerGO adds to Main Event streaming schedule

The $10,000 Main Event begins Thursday and PokerGO will be streaming the entire event as well as some of the final few tournaments. The series recently added two additional starting flights after travel restrictions were relaxed for some international passengers.

Poker fans around the world can follow the Main Event action via PokerGO. Here’s a complete look at the platform’s coverage plans.

PokerGO WSOP Main Event streaming schedule

DateWSOP DayTime
Thursday, Nov. 41A4:30 pm
Saturday, Nov. 61C4:30 pm
Sunday, Nov. 71D4:30 pm
Monday, Nov. 81E4:30 pm
Tuesday, Nov. 92ABD4:30 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 102CEF4:30 pm
Thursday, Nov. 11
34:30 pm
Friday, Nov. 1244:30 pm
Saturday, Nov. 1352 pm
Sunday, Nov. 1462 pm
Monday, Nov. 15712:30 pm
Tuesday, Nov. 16Final Table Day 14:30 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 17Final Table Day 24:30 pm

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Player of the Year update

The battle for Player of the Year continues playing out with some big names at the top. Phil Hellmuth and Anthony Zinno both held the No. 1 position at times, but Jake Schwartz now finds himself in that spot.

While he hasn’t won an event yet, Schwartz has several deep runs including a runner-up and two third-place finishes. Here’s a look at the standings and point totals as of Nov. 4:

  1. Jake Schwartz, 2,711.43
  2. Kevin Gerhart, 2,643.28
  3. Anthony Zinno, 2,627.88
  4. Phil Hellmuth, 2,598.59
  5. Shaun Deeb, 2,518.89

Looking ahead

Along with the Main Event, several other events are currently running. Event 63: $500 Salute to Warriors serves as a fundraiser for the USO and has reached the final  table.

Two international players are still alive in that event, which should wrap up Thursday. South Korea’s Chulhan Choi sits sixth in chips with Ukraine’s Hlib Kovtunov one spot behind. Both players are seeking their first bracelet.

Event 65: $1,000 Mini Main Event continues with Day 2 on Thursday with Russia’s Giorgiy Skhulukhiya second in chips. Here’s a look at some upcoming events.

  • 67: $10,000 Main Event – starting flights A-F running Nov. 4-9
  • Online Event 7: $3,200 WSOP.com NLHE High Roller Eight-Max – Nov. 7
  • 68: Little One for One Drop – three starting flights running Nov. 8-10

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Preview: A Complete Guide To The 2021 World Series of Poker

Hundreds of online poker players will head off to Las Vegas this summer to play in the WSOP $10,000 Main Event, courtesy of GGPoker.

After a one-year COVID hiatus, the World Series of Poker is back at the Rio in Las Vegas beginning Thursday. Players can expect 88 gold bracelet events running Sept. 30 – Nov. 23.

This year’s events certainly bring some challenges and WSOP officials have mandated COVID vaccines for all attending. The series has been moved to the fall this year, but COVID may limit the number of players heading to Las Vegas from outside the US.

Here’s a complete look at the series and what players can expect.

World Series of Poker 2021

  • Dates: Sept. 30 – Nov. 23
  • Location: Rio, Las Vegas
  • Number of bracelet events: 88
  • $10,000 Main Event: Nov. 4-17
  • Viewing options: PokerGO (daily coverage available worldwide)
  • Online bracelets: 11 for players in Nevada and New Jersey; one for Pennsylvania

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What’s ahead at this year’s WSOP

Players will once again find a packed schedule with buy-ins to suit every bankroll. The WSOP also regularly features poker variants not seen in many other tournaments as well.

The $500 “Reunion” is one of the events kicking off the series on the first weekend. The event features a $5 million guarantee and should produce a huge field.

Other massive-field favorites like the Millionaire Maker, Colossus, and Monster Stack are also back on the schedule. Those with bigger bankrolls will also find numerous $10,000 events as well as other nosebleed buy-in events like the $50,000 Poker Players Championship.

Again this year, the WSOP is also running several events in conjunction with the $10,000 Main Event, which runs from Nov. 4-17. That includes some high roller action, with a $100,000 No Limit Hold’em event set for Nov. 21. Here’s a look at the complete schedule.

2021 World Series of Poker

DateEventBuyinNumber of days
Sept. 30Event #1: Casino Employees No Limit Hold'em$5002
Sept. 30Event #2: H.O.R.S.E.$25,0003
Sept. 30Event #3: Covid-19 Relief No Limit Hold'em Charity Event$1,0002
Oct. 1Event #4: The Reunion No-Limit Holdem
$5,000,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
$5005
Oct. 1Event #5: Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better$1,5003
Oct. 2Event #6: High Roller No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed$25,0003
Oct. 3Event #7: Dealers Choice 6-Handed$1,5003
Oct. 4Event #8: No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack$6002
Oct. 4Event #9: Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship$10,0004
Oct. 5Event #10: Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$1,0001
Oct. 5Event #11: Heads Up No Limit Hold'em Championship$25,0003
Oct. 5Event #12: Limit Hold’em$1,5003
Oct. 6Event #13: Freezeout No Limit Hold'em$3,0003
Oct. 6Event #14: Seven Card Stud$1,5003
Oct. 7Event #15: 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em$1,5003
Oct. 7Event #16: Limit Hold'em Championship$10,0003
Oct. 8Event #17A: MILLIONAIRE MAKER No-Limit Hold’em$1,5005
Oct. 8Event #18: Mixed Triple Draw Lowball (Limit)$2,5003
Oct. 9Event #17B: MILLIONAIRE MAKER No Limit Hold'em$1,5001
Oct. 9Event #19: Seven Card Stud Championship$10,0003
Oct. 10Event #20A: Flip & Go No Limit Hold'em Presented by GGPoker$1,0002
Oct. 10Event #21: Mixed: Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better; Omaha Hi Lo 8 or Better; Big O$1,5003
Oct. 10Event #20B: Flip & Go No Limit Hold'em Presented by GGPoker$1,0001
Oct. 11Event #22: LADIES No-Limit Hold’em Championship$10,0003
Oct. 11Event #23: Eight Game Mix 6-Handed$1,5003
Oct. 12Event #24: Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack (8-Handed)$6002
Oct. 12Event #25: 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em$5,0003
Oct. 13Event #26: Freezeout No-Limit Holdem$1,0002
Oct. 13Event #27: H.O.R.S.E.$1,5003
Oct. 14Event #28: Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed$1,0003
Oct. 14Event #29: Short Deck No Limit Hold'em$10,0003
Oct. 15Event #30A: MONSTER STACK No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$1,5005
Oct. 15Event #31: No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw$1,5003
Oct. 16Event #30B: MONSTER STACK No Limit Hold'em$1,5001
Oct. 16Event #32: H.O.R.S.E.$3,0003
Oct. 17Event #33: 8-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack$8002
Oct. 17Event #34: Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw$1,5003
Oct. 18Event #35: Freezeout No-Limit Holdem$5002
Oct. 18Event #36: Dealers Choice 6-Handed Championship$10,0003
Oct. 19Event #37: Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$1,5001
Oct. 19Event #38: High Roller No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$50,0003
Oct. 20Event #39: Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)$1,5003
Oct. 20Event #40: H.O.R.S.E. Championship$10,0004
Oct. 21Event #41: Freezeout No Limit Hold'em$2,5003
Oct. 21Event #42: Razz$1,5003
Oct. 22Event #43A: DOUBLE STACK No Limit Hold'em$1,0005
Oct. 25Event #44: $3,000 Six-Handed NLHE$3,0003
Oct. 23Event #45: Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed Championship$10,0004
Oct. 24Event #46: No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack$8002
Oct. 24Event #47: Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed$5,0003
Oct. 25Event #48: SHOOTOUT No Limit Hold'em$1,5003
Oct. 25Event #49: No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship$10,0003
Oct. 26Event #50: Mixed No Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack 8-Handed$6002
Oct. 26Event #51: 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em$3,0002
Oct. 27Event #52A: SENIORS No-Limit Hold’em Championship$1,0001
Oct. 27Event #53: High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)$25,0004
Oct. 28Event #52B: SENIORS No-Limit Hold’em Championship$1,0001
Oct. 28Event #54: Nine Game Mix 6-Handed$2,5001
Oct. 29Event #55A: COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold’em$4003
Oct. 29Event #56: 6-Handed No Limit Hold'em Championship$10,0003
Oct. 30Event #55B: COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold’em$4001
Oct. 30Event #57: Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship$10,0003
Oct. 31Event #58: SUPER SENIORS No-Limit Hold’em$1,0003
Oct. 31Event #59: TAG TEAM No Limit Hold'em$1,0003
Oct. 31Event #60: Poker Players Championship 6-Handed$50,0005
Nov. 1Event #61: Deepstack Championship No Limit Hold'em$6003
Nov. 1Event #62: Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better (8-Handed)$1,5003
Nov. 2Event #63: SALUTE to Warriors - No-Limit Hold’em$5003
Nov. 2Event #64: Mixed No Limit Hold'em; Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)$5,0002
Nov. 3Event #65: MINI Main Event No-Limit Hold’em (freezeout)$1,0002
Nov. 3Event #66: Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship (8-Handed)$10,0003
Nov. 4Event #67A: MAIN EVENT No Limit Hold'em World Championship - Day 1A$10,0001
Nov. 5Event #67B: MAIN EVENT No Limit Hold'em World Championship - Day 1B$10,0001
Nov. 6Event #67C: MAIN EVENT No Limit Hold'em World Championship - Day 1C$10,0001
Nov. 7Event #67D: MAIN EVENT No Limit Hold'em World Championship - Day 1D$10,0001
Nov. 8Event #68A: LITTLE ONE FOR ONE DROP No-Limit Hold’em$1,1115
Nov. 9Event #68B: LITTLE ONE FOR ONE DROP No-Limit Hold’em$1,1111
Nov. 10Event #68C: LITTLE ONE FOR ONE DROP No-Limit Hold’em$1,1111
Nov. 10Event #69: Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better$1,5003
Nov. 11Event #70A: CRAZY EIGHTS No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$8886
Nov. 11Event #71: BOUNTY Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed$1,5001
Nov. 12Event #70B: CRAZY EIGHTS No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$8881
Nov. 12Event #72: Mixed No Limit Hold'em; Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)$1,5003
Nov. 13Event #70C: CRAZY EIGHTS No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$8881
Nov. 13Event #73: Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship$10,0003
Nov. 14Event #70D: CRAZY EIGHTS No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$8881
Nov. 14Event #74: Mixed Big Bet Event$2,5003
Nov. 15Event #75: Freezeout No-Limit Holdem$1,5003
Nov. 15Event #76: Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$10,0002
Nov. 16Event #77: FIFTY STACK No-Limit Hold’em$1,5002
Nov. 16Event #78: Razz Championship$10,0003
Nov. 17Event #79: Poker Hall of Fame Bounty No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$1,9792
Nov. 17Event #80: 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha$3,0004
Nov. 18Event #81: No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack$8002
Nov. 18Event #82: Super High Roller No Limit Hold'em$250,0003
Nov. 19Event #83A: The Closer - No-Limit Hold’em$1,5003
Nov. 19Event #84: HIGH ROLLER Pot-Limit Omaha$50,0002
Nov. 20Event #83B: The Closer - No-Limit Hold’em$1,5001
Nov. 20Event #85: HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’em$50,0002
Nov. 21Event #86: Super Turbo No Limit Hold'em$1,0001
Nov. 21Event #87: High Roller No-Limit Hold’em$100,0003
Nov. 22Event #88: 8-Handed No Limit Hold'em$5,0002

Players ready to go

While uncertainty remains about the turnout for the series, numerous big names are ready to get back in the action. Players have been active on Twitter about their plans in getting back to Las Vegas.

Daniel Negreanu is promising to resume his popular vlogging from the series He’s also been selling some of his WSOP action recently.

https://twitter.com/RealKidPoker/status/1441837095832592395?s=20

Italy’s Max Pescatori, a four-time bracelet winner, also seems ready for action as well.

Poker legend Doyle Brunson has even said he may be coming back to play in the series again this year. He planned on making the 2019 series his last but it looks like he’ll be making his return at age 88.

Daily Deepstacks offer even more tournament action

Players with smaller bankrolls may also want to check out the Daily Deepstack tournaments. These non-bracelet events feature smaller buy-ins but can produce huge fields and nice payouts.

Most Daily Deepstacks are held daily in the Pavilion room and begin on Sept. 30. Here’s a look at those events:

  • 1 pm – $250 NLHE
  • 4 pm – $200 NLHE
  • 7 pm – $400 NLHE Turbo
  • 10 pm – $150 NLHE
  • Mondays, 5 pm – $250 HORSE (starting Oct. 4)
  • Wednesdays, 9 am – $250 NLHE Seniors (starting Oct. 6)

Vaccine mandates, travel restrictions may affect WSOP

WSOP organizers were hoping for the largest series in the history of the festival. However, that may now be a challenge.

Players are required to be vaccinated to play in the series. The WSOP is using CLEAR’s Health Pass free mobile app for players to offer proof of vaccination. Players will only have to provide vaccination proof once and can then head to the registration area to play.

The series will also have on-site vaccination proof registration, which may benefit international players. However, with travel restrictions to some degree still in force in many countries, international player turnout may be reduced.

A few big-name European pros recently told PokerScout that they wouldn’t be playing. Canada’s Kristen Bicknell isn’t playing because of the vaccine mandate. Neither is her fiancé Alex Foxen. Turnout will be interesting to watch.

Following the action at home

Those who can’t make it to Las Vegas can still check out some of the action via PokerGO. The streaming service will be showing 26 events. The live streaming begins with the $25,000 High Roller on Oct. 4 and runs through Nov. 23.

Viewers at home can also follow every day of the $10,000 Main Event. PokerGO will show the tournament from start to finish.

In total, the platform will stream 36 days of WSOP action. PokerScout will also offer regular updates as well. Here’s a look at the complete streaming schedule

2021 PokerGO WSOP Streaming

DateTournament
Oct. 4$25,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller
Oct. 6$600 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack
Oct. 7$25,000 Heads-Up Championship
Oct. 8$3,000 No Limit Hold’em Freezeout
Oct. 9$10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship
Oct. 11$10,000 Seven-Card Stud Championship
Oct. 13$1,500 8-Game Mix
Oct. 14$1,000 Ladies Championship
Oct. 15$5,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed
Oct. 16$10,000 Short Deck
Oct. 18$3,000 H.O.R.S.E.
Oct. 19$800 No Limit Hold’em 8-Handed
Oct. 21$50,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller
Oct. 22$1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha
Oct. 23$10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship
Oct. 24$3,000 Limit Hold’em 6-Handed
Oct. 26$10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship
Oct. 26$5,000 No Limit Hold’em Freezeout
Oct. 27$10,000 No Limit 2-7 Lowball Championship
Oct. 30$25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller
Nov. 5$50,000 Poker Players Championship
Nov. 4-17$10,000 Main Event
Nov. 19$1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Bounty
Nov. 20$250,000 No Limit Hold’em Super High Roller
Nov. 22$50,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller
Nov. 23$100,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller

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Playing online for a WSOP bracelet

Those heading to Las Vegas can also play a few bracelet events for online poker players. In the US, the WSOP.com network is available to players in Nevada and New Jersey. Users can create and fund an account from anywhere to play while in Nevada.

That schedule features 10 online tournaments on Sundays throughout the live series. Many players compete both at a live table and online while in Las Vegas.

The site also runs daily qualifiers for live WSOP events as well as satellites for the Main Event. One additional event is also available for players in Pennsylvania. Here’s a look at the complete series.

2021 WSOP Online bracelet events

DateEventTourhnamentBuy-in
Oct. 31NLHE Freezeout$5,300
Oct. 32Big 500 (3x re-entry)$500
Oct. 103Ultra Deepstack (2x re-entry)$400
Oct. 174PLO Crazy 8s (3x re-entry)$888
Oct. 245Online Bracelet Championship (2x re-entry)$1,000
Oct. 316NLHE (2x re-entry)$666
Oct. 31satellite25 Seat Main Event Scramble$215
Nov. 2satellite25 Seat Main Event Scramble Encore$215
Nov. 77High Roller (2x re-entry)$3,200
Nov. 148Lucky 7s High Roller (1x re-entry)$7,777
Nov. 149Lucky 7s NLHE (2x re-entry)$777
Nov. 2110Mini Main Event (freezeout)$1,000
Nov. 21PAMini Main Event (freezeout) – PA market$1,000

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WSOP Weekly: Brazilian Players Continue Winning, Spain’s Adrian Mateos Runs Deep Again

Following its successful debut on the Las Vegas Strip, the World Series of Poker has released the international schedule for 2022-23.

Brazil scored another bracelet as the country’s players continue dominating the bracelet count in the World Series of Poker Online at GGPoker. Dmitry Yurasov found his second bracelet and Spanish star Adrian Mateos scored another final table appearance.

GG is hosting 33 WSOP bracelet events through Sept. 12. Here’s a look at the action of the past week. 

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Event 15: $10,000 Heads Up Championship (Sept. 4)

After over a week’s delay the final four faced off in the Heads Up Championship. At the end of the bracket, France’s Arthur Conan won a bracelet and $466,167. He defeated Latvia’s Aleksejs Ponakovs for the title.

Adrian Mateos and Daniel Soltys finished in third and fourth, but still brought home $155,389 each. 

The total prize pool for this event reached $1.5 million with 161 players entering the competition. Regular WSOP commentators Lon McEachern and Norman Chad entertained fans as they covered the finals live online. 

Event 20: $1,500 Monster Stack (Aug. 28)

Brazilian player Eduardo “Ghazbaran” Rodrigues  brought home $212,815 and the win in this event. He defeated Italy’s Dario Sammartino with two players remaining.

The tournament brought in 1,080 entrants, creating a prize pool of over $1.5 million.

Sammartino has been on a hot streak after making a final table a few days earlier in Event 18. In 2019, he took runner-up in the $10,000 Main Event for $6 million.

Event 21: $25,000 Super High Roller (Aug. 29)

Greek poker player Alexandros Theologis took down his first bracelet for $1.2 million. This high stakes buy-in included the largest buy-in during the GGPoker series and the largest prize pool as well.

The event came with a $5 million guaranteed prize pool. That number was smashed with 255 entries and $6.2 million up for grabs. Mateos continued to be a driving force in this series with another final table appearance.

He finished eighth for $196,476 after appearing in the final four of the heads-up event.

Event 22: $400 COLOSSUS (Aug. 29)

The Colossus is aptly named after the huge fields created. This event again lived up to those epic proportions with a player pool of 10,903 entries. The $3 million guaranteed prize pool was crushed, generating over $4 million

In the end, Italy’s Armando D’avanzo captured his first gold bracelet and $409,007. Japan’s Kosuke “PXR-51” Tajima finished in second place for $306,707.

Notable cashes include Argentina’s Damian Salas, finishing ninth for $40,900. He is best known as the 2020 Main Event champion.

Event 23: $600 Deep Stack Championship (Aug. 31) 

Portugal’s Nuno “albertov” Capucho scored $190,274 and his first gold bracelet in this event. Capucho faced off against the United Kingdom’s Karolina “KarolinaNe” Norvaisaite for the title. 

The two-day event created a $1.6 million prize pool. The Day 1 field consisted of 2,820, with only 49 moving on to Day 2. Daniel Negreanu continues to live stream most of the events in the series and that included this tournament. 

Event 24: $1,050 Bounty Pot Limit Omaha (Sept. 2)

Dmitry Yurasov, of Russia, landed his second bracelet and $92,711. He defeated a field of 896 entries and took down $56,487 in bounties. In heads-up play, Yurasov defeated Canada’s Ami Barer, who won $69,347 for second. 

Yurasov was short stacked at the final table but battled his way back to grab the gold. This was the last PLO event of the series.

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Upcoming GGPoker WSOP bracelet events

GGPoker offers multiple tournaments over the next few days, as the site begins wrapping up action. That includes bounty events and the $20 million guaranteed Main Event. Here’s a look at what as what is up on deck:

  • $777 Lucky Sevens (Event 25, Sept. 4)
  • $888 Crazy Eights  (Event 26, Sept. 5) 
  • $5,000 Main Event Championship (Event 27, Sept. 5) – $20 million guaranteed
  • $2,100 Bounty Championship (Event 28, Sept. 7)
  • $1,500 Fifty Stack (Event 29, Sept. 9)

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PREVIEW: WSOP Online Starts Sunday at GGPoker; Road To Vegas Main Event Promotion Kicks Off

The first week is in the books after GGPoker kicked off the World Series of Poker Online international bracelet hunt on Aug. 1.

A second month of World Series of Poker Online bracelet hunting begins on Sunday. After a month of action at WSOP.com, the spotlight now shifts to international players at GGPoker.

As in the US, the series features 33 gold bracelets up for grabs from Aug. 1 to Sept. 12. The overall series offers players $45 million guaranteed.

Along with the bracelet action, players can also qualify to play in the WSOP Main Event this fall as part of the site’s Road to Vegas satellites.

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What to expect from GGPoker WSOP Online 

This becomes the second year that players outside the US will be able to win a bracelet online. The $5,000 Main Event highlights the series and comes with a $20 million guarantee.

The first starting flight begins on Aug. 22 and players can enter up to three flights on their quest for the bracelet.

GG is also throwing in some extras for the Main Event winner including:

  • Custom site avatar
  • $50,000 tournament entry package
  • Team champions badge
  • GGPlatinum Fish Buffet Status

In 2020, Bulgaria’s Stoyan Madanzhiev took down the Main Event for $3.9 million. That event produced a prize pool of $27.5 million and earned recognition from the Guinness World of Records.

The win produced a life-changing score for Madanzhiev, who plays online poker full time. 

“Before my WSOP win, I had to grind hard because poker was my main source of income and grinding was more important,” Madanzhiev told USPoker after the win. “I have more free time now. So, I spend some time with friends or just read or watch videos about stuff that interests me. I don’t think I started living some flashy life or something.”

No doubt many players are ready to follow in his footsteps and that includes GGPoker ambassador Felipe Ramos.

Big name Americans are also heading south of the border to get in the action as well. Team GG’s Daniel Negreanu is planning another month of online grinding in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Plenty of action planned

Beyond the Main Event, players can expect plenty of other events. The site is not only running bracelet events but also a full schedule of other tournaments as well.

The Return” fittingly gets the series started on Sunday. The $50 event begins features $1 million guaranteed.

The $1,111 Charity COVID Relief is also scheduled for the same day with the $11 tournament fee going to charity.

As in the live WSOP series, GGPoker is also offering some of the big field staples. The $1,500 Millionaire Maker is set for Aug. 8 with $5 million guaranteed.

The $400 PLOSSUS runs Aug. 22 for Omaha players and guarantees $1 million. Here’s a look at the complete series.

2021 GGPoker WSOP Online

DateTournamentBuy-inGuarante
Aug 9#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1A]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 10#8: $5,000 6-Handed NLHE Championship [2-Day Event]$5,000
Aug 10#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1B]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 11#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1C]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 12#9: $525 Superstack Turbo Bounty NLHE$525
Aug 12#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1D]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 13#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1E]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 14#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1F]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 14#10: $400 DOUBLE CHANCE PLO [2-Stack, 2-Day Event]$400
Aug 14#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1G]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 15#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1H]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 15#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1I]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 15#11: $10,000 Super MILLION$ High Roller NLHE [2-Day Event]$10,000$5,000,000
Aug 15#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Day 1J, Turbo]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 15#12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NLHE [Final Day]$1,000$4,000,000
Aug 16#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1A]$400$1,000,000
Aug 17#13: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship [2-Day Event]$5,000
Aug 17#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1B]$400$1,000,000
Aug 18#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1C]$400$1,000,000
Aug 19#14: $500 THE BIG 500 [2-Day Event]$500
Aug 19#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1D]$400$1,000,000
Aug 20#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1E]$400$1,000,000
Aug 21#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1F]$400$1,000,000
Aug 21#15: $10,000 Heads Up NLHE Championship [No Late Reg, 128 Cap]$10,000
Aug 21#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1G]$400$1,000,000
Aug 22#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1H]$400$1,000,000
Aug 22#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1I]$400$1,000,000
Aug 22#16: $1,050 WSOP GGMasters HR Freezeout NLHE [2-Day Event]$1,050$2,000,000
Aug 22#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Day 1J, Turbo]$400$1,000,000
Aug 22#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1A]$5,000$20,000,000
Aug 22#17: $400 PLOSSUS [Bounty, Final Day]$400$1,000,000
Aug 23#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1A]$400$3,000,000
Aug 23#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1B]$5,000$20,000,000
Aug 24#18: $5,000 Short Deck Championship [3-Stack, 2-Day Event]$5,000
Aug 24#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1B]$400$3,000,000
Aug 24#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1C]$5,000$20,000,000
Aug 25#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1C]$400$3,000,000
Aug 25#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1D]$5,000$20,000,000
Aug 26#19: $840 6-Handed Bounty NLHE [2-Day Event]$840
Aug 26#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1D]$400$3,000,000
Aug 26#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1E]$5,000$20,000,000
Aug 27#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1E]$400$3,000,000
Aug 27#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1F]$5,000$20,000,000
Aug 28#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1F]$400$3,000,000
Aug 28#20: $1,500 MONSTER STACK NLHE [Freezeout, 2-Day Event]$1,500
Aug 28#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1G]$400$3,000,000
Aug 28#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1G]$5,000$20,000,000
Aug 29#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1H]$400$3,000,000
Aug 29#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1I]$400$3,000,000
Aug 29#21: $25,000 Super High Roller Championship NLHE [2-Day Event]$25,000$5,000,000
Aug 29#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Day 1J, Turbo]$400$3,000,000
Aug 29#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1H]$5,000$20,000,000
Aug 29#22: $400 COLOSSUS [Final Day]$400$3,000,000
Aug 30#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1I]$5,000$20,000,000
Aug 31#23: $600 Deepstack Championship NLHE [2-Day Event]$600
Aug 31#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1J]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 1#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1K]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 2#24: $1,050 Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha [2-Day Event]$1,050
Sep 2#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1L]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 3#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1M]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 4#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1N]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 4#25: $777 LUCKY SEVENS 7-Handed NLHE [2-Day Event]$777
Sep 4#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1O]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 5#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1P]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 5#26: $888 CRAZY EIGHTS 8-Handed NLHE [2-Day Event]$888
Sep 5#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1Q]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 5#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Day 1R, Turbo]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 5#27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship [Final Day]$5,000$20,000,000
Sep 7#28: $2,100 Bounty NLHE Championship [2-Day Event]$2,100
Sep 9#29: $1,500 FIFTY STACK NLHE [2-Day Event]$1,500
Sep 11#30: $525 WSOP Beat the Pros [Freezeout, 2-Day Event]$525
Sep 12#31: ¥815 WSOP Zodiac Autumn Festival [Final Day]¥815¥2,888,888
Sep 12#32: $210 WSOP Bounty Double MILLION$ [Final Day]$210$2,000,000
Sep 12#33: $500 The Closer [Final Day]$500$2,021,000

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Road to Vegas offers players a chance to win WSOP Main Event seat packages

Along with running the WSOP Online in August, GGPoker is also launching Road to Vegas satellite tournaments. Winners earn a package to play in the 2021 WSOP Main Event, which begins on Nov. 4.

GG is the exclusive home to WSOP satellite events for international players. A full schedule qualifying events begin on Aug. 1. Dozens of WSOP Main Event packages will be up for grabs each week. A winner’s package is worth $12,500 and includes:

  • $10,000 Main Event entry
  • Accommodation at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino for seven nights
  • $1,250 for travel expenses
  • Entry to the GGPoker WSOP players party
  • GGPoker-branded merchandise
  • Access to the GGPoker Platinum Lounge at the Rio

Qualifiers can also take part in a Main Event last longer promotion with a special WSOP Europe 2021 package on the line.

“The WSOP Main Event is the most prestigious tournament on the planet, and GGPoker’s Road To Vegas will allow players from all over the world to win their way in,” GGPoker global ambassador Daniel Negreanu said in a news release. “I’ve been playing the Main Event since 1998. There’s no tournament like it. It’s every poker player’s dream to win it, including mine.”

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Phil Hellmuth Honors WSOP Main Event Winner Noel Furlong

1999 WSOP Main Event champion Noel Furlong passed away on Sunday in Ireland at age 83. Phil Hellmuth looked back on Furlong this week.

Editor’s note – 1999 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Noel Furlong passed away on Sunday at his home in Ireland at age 83. The two-time Irish Poker Open champion was a successful businessman as well as a poker player. Phil Hellmuth looked back on Furlong this week. 

The Irishman Noel Furlong was a world champion of poker, and in our poker world that means something! Everyone wants to win the coveted WSOP Main Event.

Only one person a year wins it, only one, but even fewer have done it as an amateur player.

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Remembering a massive poker bluff

Noel was at the WSOP Main Event final table with me and Johnny Chan in 1989. He was fearless, and bluffed me in a huge pot.

I remember this well, as it was on the front page of the Las Vegas Review-Journal on May 17, 1989, with pictures. Noel had 99 and I had KQ on a Q742 board.

I had top pair and a King-high flush draw and he had Nines with a Nine-high flush draw. I believe he check-raised me and I folded.

Well done Noel! I still have the newspaper clipping.

Huge call in the Main Event

In the 1999 WSOP Main Event, I was watching closely as my best friend at the time, Huck Seed, was making an epic run. The great Erik Seidel was also at that WSOP Main Event final table as well.

On Day 4, with six players remaining, I somehow still remember that Seed was sick of this pesky Irishman bombing pots – raising and re-raising what seemed like every hand!

We have all been there, frustrated by someone running us all over. So Seed made a stand when he moved all in (four-bet, I believe) with J8 for a mountain of chips (500,000).

But Noel sensed his opportunity and pounced. He snap-called 500,000 with A3. I couldn’t believe it! A-3?!? All those chips with A3 and a SNAP call?!?

Somehow, some way, Noel made an incredible call. I thought that Seed would outdraw him for sure. But, the flop was A-Q-3, with the turn like a 6.

In a flash, Noel had dispatched one of the best players in the world in sixth place – the great Huck Seed. Noel went on to win the 1999 WSOP Main Event.

Beyond poker

As successful as Noel was in the poker world, he was even more successful off of the table, as he crushed it in the business world.

We heard rumors that he was one of the most successful businessmen in Ireland. But that’s a tale for someone else to tell.

He never bragged to us about his business prowess. I mean, you would never know about those massive business successes from this humble, well-mannered businessman.

Noel always seemed to handle himself well, with class, and always with a smile. Rest in peace Noel Furlong.

World Series of Poker Releases Complete Fall Schedule With 88 Events, Festival Returns Sept. 30

The World Series of Poker returns to the Rio in Las Vegas with 88 gold bracelet events running Sept. 30 to Nov. 23.

The World Series of Poker is back. Series officials released the official schedule on Tuesday and the festival becomes the biggest in the event’s history.

Players looking to make the trip to Las Vegas will find 88 gold bracelet events running Sept. 30 to Nov. 23 at the Rio. Organizers announced earlier this year that the series would move to the fall this year after running mostly online in 2020.

For international players, the WSOP also announced GGPoker as the exclusive partner offering online satellites outside the US. With just a bit over three months until action gets underway, many rounders will be ready to get back to the tables.

“We could not be more excited to welcome everyone back to Las Vegas and the Rio,” WSOP Vice President and tournament director Jack Effel said in a news release. “The entire WSOP team is hard at work to ensure players have the absolute best experience possible.”

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What can players expect at this year’s WSOP?

The WSOP returns after live poker was basically non-existent for much of 2020. With vaccinations curtailing COVID-19 cases across the US, many major tournaments have returned.

That now includes the biggest spectacle in poker after a 26-month absence. A full slate of tournaments is on tap this fall.

“Make no mistake, the 2021 WSOP will be the real deal and we’re preparing for a full house,” WSOP’s executive director Ty Stewart said.

“Throughout the storied history of the WSOP, this year will be particularly memorable and we’re preparing for a poker reunion all players can celebrate. We’re beyond thrilled to offer a complete schedule of can’t-miss events including all our flagships and the variety players deserve.”

Favorite events back at the Rio

Those looking to get in the action will find plenty of old favorites. That includes several of the series’ signature events attracting huge fields and major prize pools.

Events like the Millionaire Maker, Monster Stack, Double Stack, Colossus, and The Closer will run Oct. 8 to Nov. 19. Those events will usher in the weekends throughout the series.

One of these tournaments will kick off each Friday and Saturday. Other popular events on the schedule include:

  • $25,000 Heads Up Championship (Oct. 5) – The buy-in is now $25,000 and capped at 64 players. Big names should be out in force for this one.
  • $1,000 Seniors Championship (Oct. 27 – 28) – This has become a highly anticipated event and is now a two-day event beginning this year. Players get one optional re-entry per flight. 
  • Freezeouts (Oct. 6, 13, 18, 21, and 24) – Those who don’t like unlimited re-entries, or re-entries at all, are in luck. Players will find plenty of freezeout action starting on Oct. 6. That includes popular buy-in levels ranging from $500 to $5,000.
  • 2-7 No Limit Single Draw – Lowball fans will once again find this game in the mix. This format has been added to the Poker Players’ Championship (PPC), now featuring nine games. A $2,500 version of the PPC also runs Oct. 28 with some 2-7 Single Draw action.

Organizers add some new events events

WSOP organizers freshen up the schedule every year with some new events and that includes 2021. With players getting back to the action, the WSOP launches “The Reunion” on Oct. 1. The $500 tournament features a $5 million guarantee.

Players can choose from three starting flights on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Some other new events include:

  • $1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Bounty (Nov. 17) – This event honors members of the Poker Hall of Fame, which was founded in 1979. Members earn a free buy-in and have a bounty on their heads corresponding to the year they were inducted.
  • $1,000 Flip and Go presented by GGPoker (Oct. 10) – Everyone’s all in on the first hand in this popular online format. Players receive three cards and choose two. One player wins the table, automatically moving into the money. The tournament then reverts to a traditional structure.
  • $50,000 Pot Limit Omaha (Nov. 19) – This is now the highest PLO buy-in ever at the WSOP. The tournament highlights a high roller series scheduled after the Main Event. Players will find major stakes including $50,000, $100,000 and $250,000 No Limit Hold’em events.

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Non-bracelet Daily Deepstacks back at the Rio

Beyond the traditional bracelet events, the WSOP also runs daily events at bargain prices. Daily Deepstacks tournaments feature big fields and nice payouts for winners.

Tournaments run in the Pavilion and kick off on Sept. 30. Here’s a look at what to expect:

  • 1 pm – $250 NLHE
  • 4 pm – $200 NLHE
  • 7 pm – $400 NLHE Turbo
  • 10 pm – $150 NLHE
  • Mondays, 5 pm – $250 HORSE (starting Oct. 4)
  • Wednesdays, 9 am – $250 NLHE Seniors (starting Oct. 6)

Players heading to Las Vegas can also play legal online poker at WSOP.com. That includes satellites for bracelet events.

Qualifiers are already underway on WSOP.com for players in Nevada and New Jersey. These run throughout the series and WSOP.com awarded over 1,000 seats in 2019. 

International players can also qualify for WSOP events via GGPoker.

More bracelets also up for grabs this summer

The WSOP may be in the fall, but rounders can also score a bracelet this summer. The WSOP Online runs July 1 to Aug. 1 with 33 bracelets on the line at WSOP.com.

The bracelet action then shifts to GGPoker for international players. Another 33 bracelet events are planned for players outside the US from Aug. 1 to Sept. 12. An official schedule hasn’t been released yet however.

What to know before heading to the 2021 WSOP

Along with a complete schedule, WSOP organizers have detailed things to remember before heading to Las Vegas. Here are some key reminders when booking that trip to Sin City.

International players

All international players are required to bring an additional form of identification. The ID must show a residential address, such as a signed lease agreement, utility bill, or a mobile phone bill.

Players from outside the US must also have a valid passport. Foreign players from non-tax treaty countries are also subject to up to 30 percent tax withholding. 

Online registration

To avoid lines and congestion, players are asked to utilize the online or mobile registration to pay and sign up for events. WSOP uses the Bravo Poker Live app for this process.

Players who register online will need to visit the Belize Ballroom and have their identification validated. Once verified, players can simply pick events online via the app or use the self-service kiosks located throughout the Convention Center. Registration opens in August.

In-person registration

The main registration area remains in the Tropical Ballroom, near the back end of the Rio Convention Center. More stations have been added to the main registration cage and the VIP cage.

The registration area opens Sept. 30 and remains open 24 hours a day through Nov. 23. Guests are required to present valid photo identification along with their Caesars Rewards card and payment to enter events. 

Caesars Rewards

This area remains in the Rio Rotunda as a central location for players to obtain loyalty cards. Caesars Rewards kiosks will also be available for players to reprint their card without having to visit a representative.

Methods of payment

To buy into an event, players can use cash, credit/debit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express), wire transfers, cashier’s checks, Rio gaming chips, Rio or tournament buy-in chips or credits.

Also, players can use ACH transfers this year. Additional fees will be incurred on all ACH, credit, or debit card transactions.

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WSOP tournament account

Players can wire in funds for WSOP events or place money on account when they arrive. After setting up an account at the WSOP Main Cage, players can register online or via mobile device.

A seat card can then be printed at a kiosk – avoiding the need to use the registration line.

Payouts now available in Palma Ballroom

For efficiency and reduced wait times, players can begin the payout process in Palma before collecting winnings in the Tropical Ballroom.

Players can request one of the following methods of payment:

  • cash
  • wire transfer
  • casino chips
  • check
  • tournament account deposit

Valid ID 

Players are reminded to bring a valid government-issued picture identification with current residential address. A secondary form of ID, such as a bill or statement confirming address, is also requested. 

Winners will be required to provide a valid picture ID. Tax forms will be completed for those with winnings in excess of $5,000 net of the buy-in.

Hotel specials

The Rio and all Caesars Entertainment resorts in Las Vegas will offer reduced hotel room rates for WSOP players. Players will need to use the special advanced booking code WSOPMwhen reserving rooms.

The Rio offers players rates on select dates as low as $47. Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood, Paris, Flamingo, Harrah’s, Bally’s, and The Linq also have discounted WSOP player rates.

Complete 2021 WSOP schedule

DateEventBuyinNumber of days
Sept. 30Event #1: Casino Employees No Limit Hold'em$5002
Sept. 30Event #2: H.O.R.S.E.$25,0003
Sept. 30Event #3: Covid-19 Relief No Limit Hold'em Charity Event$1,0002
Oct. 1Event #4A: The Reunion No-Limit Holdem
$5,000,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
$5005
Oct. 1Event #5: Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better$1,5003
Oct. 2Event #6: High Roller No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed$25,0003
Oct. 3Event #7: Dealers Choice 6-Handed$1,5003
Oct. 4Event #8: No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack$6002
Oct. 4Event #9: Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship$10,0004
Oct. 5Event #10: Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$1,0001
Oct. 5Event #11: Heads Up No Limit Hold'em Championship$25,0003
Oct. 5Event #12: Limit Hold’em$1,5003
Oct. 6Event #13: Freezeout No Limit Hold'em$3,0003
Oct. 6Event #14: Seven Card Stud$1,5003
Oct. 7Event #15: 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em$1,5003
Oct. 7Event #16: Limit Hold'em Championship$10,0003
Oct. 8Event #17A: MILLIONAIRE MAKER No-Limit Hold’em$1,5005
Oct. 8Event #18: Mixed Triple Draw Lowball (Limit)$2,5003
Oct. 9Event #17B: MILLIONAIRE MAKER No Limit Hold'em$1,5001
Oct. 9Event #19: Seven Card Stud Championship$10,0003
Oct. 10Event #20A: Flip & Go No Limit Hold'em Presented by GGPoker$1,0002
Oct. 10Event #21: Mixed: Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better; Omaha Hi Lo 8 or Better; Big O$1,5003
Oct. 10Event #20B: Flip & Go No Limit Hold'em Presented by GGPoker$1,0001
Oct. 11Event #22: LADIES No-Limit Hold’em Championship$10,0003
Oct. 11Event #23: Eight Game Mix 6-Handed$1,5003
Oct. 12Event #24: Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack (8-Handed)$6002
Oct. 12Event #25: 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em$5,0003
Oct. 13Event #26: Freezeout No-Limit Holdem$1,0002
Oct. 13Event #27: H.O.R.S.E.$1,5003
Oct. 14Event #28: Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed$1,0003
Oct. 14Event #29: Short Deck No Limit Hold'em$10,0003
Oct. 15Event #30A: MONSTER STACK No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$1,5005
Oct. 15Event #31: No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw$1,5003
Oct. 16Event #30B: MONSTER STACK No Limit Hold'em$1,5001
Oct. 16Event #32: H.O.R.S.E.$3,0003
Oct. 17Event #33: 8-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack$8002
Oct. 17Event #34: Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw$1,5003
Oct. 18Event #35: Freezeout No-Limit Holdem$5002
Oct. 18Event #36: Dealers Choice 6-Handed Championship$10,0003
Oct. 19Event #37: Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$1,5001
Oct. 19Event #38: High Roller No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$50,0003
Oct. 20Event #39: Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)$1,5003
Oct. 20Event #40: H.O.R.S.E. Championship$10,0004
Oct. 21Event #41: Freezeout No Limit Hold'em$2,5003
Oct. 21Event #42: Razz$1,5003
Oct. 22Event #43A: DOUBLE STACK No Limit Hold'em$1,0005
Oct. 23Event #45: Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed Championship$10,0004
Oct. 24Event #46: No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack$8002
Oct. 24Event #47: Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed$5,0003
Oct. 25Event #48: SHOOTOUT No Limit Hold'em$1,5003
Oct. 25Event #48: SHOOTOUT No Limit Hold'em$1,5003
Oct. 25Event #49: No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship$10,0003
Oct. 26Event #50: Mixed No Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack 8-Handed$6002
Oct. 26Event #51: 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em$3,0002
Oct. 27Event #52A: SENIORS No-Limit Hold’em Championship$1,0001
Oct. 27Event #53: High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)$25,0004
Oct. 28Event #52B: SENIORS No-Limit Hold’em Championship$1,0001
Oct. 28Event #54: Nine Game Mix 6-Handed$2,5001
Oct. 29Event #55A: COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold’em$4003
Oct. 29Event #56: 6-Handed No Limit Hold'em Championship$10,0003
Oct. 30Event #55B: COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold’em$4001
Oct. 30Event #57: Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship$10,0003
Oct. 31Event #58: SUPER SENIORS No-Limit Hold’em$1,0003
Oct. 31Event #59: TAG TEAM No Limit Hold'em$1,0003
Oct. 31Event #60: Poker Players Championship 6-Handed$50,0005
Nov. 1Event #61: Deepstack Championship No Limit Hold'em$6003
Nov. 1Event #62: Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better (8-Handed)$1,5003
Nov. 2Event #63: SALUTE to Warriors - No-Limit Hold’em$5003
Nov. 2Event #64: Mixed No Limit Hold'em; Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)$5,0002
Nov. 3Event #65: MINI Main Event No-Limit Hold’em (freezeout)$1,0002
Nov. 3Event #66: Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship (8-Handed)$10,0003
Nov. 4Event #67A: MAIN EVENT No Limit Hold'em World Championship - Day 1A$10,0001
Nov. 5Event #67B: MAIN EVENT No Limit Hold'em World Championship - Day 1B$10,0001
Nov. 6Event #67C: MAIN EVENT No Limit Hold'em World Championship - Day 1C$10,0001
Nov. 7Event #67D: MAIN EVENT No Limit Hold'em World Championship - Day 1D$10,0001
Nov. 8Event #68A: LITTLE ONE FOR ONE DROP No-Limit Hold’em$1,1115
Nov. 9Event #68B: LITTLE ONE FOR ONE DROP No-Limit Hold’em$1,1111
Nov. 10Event #68C: LITTLE ONE FOR ONE DROP No-Limit Hold’em$1,1111
Nov. 10Event #69: Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better$1,5003
Nov. 11Event #70A: CRAZY EIGHTS No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$8886
Nov. 11Event #71: BOUNTY Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed$1,5001
Nov. 12Event #70B: CRAZY EIGHTS No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$8881
Nov. 12Event #72: Mixed No Limit Hold'em; Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)$1,5003
Nov. 13Event #70C: CRAZY EIGHTS No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$8881
Nov. 13Event #73: Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship$10,0003
Nov. 14Event #70D: CRAZY EIGHTS No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$8881
Nov. 14Event #74: Mixed Big Bet Event$2,5003
Nov. 15Event #75: Freezeout No-Limit Holdem$1,5003
Nov. 15Event #76: Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$10,0002
Nov. 16Event #77: FIFTY STACK No-Limit Hold’em$1,5002
Nov. 16Event #78: Razz Championship$10,0003
Nov. 17Event #79: Poker Hall of Fame Bounty No Limit Hold'em (freezeout)$1,9792
Nov. 17Event #80: 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha$3,0004
Nov. 18Event #81: No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack$8002
Nov. 18Event #82: Super High Roller No Limit Hold'em$250,0003
Nov. 19Event #83A: The Closer - No-Limit Hold’em$1,5003
Nov. 19Event #84: HIGH ROLLER Pot-Limit Omaha$50,0002
Nov. 20Event #83B: The Closer - No-Limit Hold’em$1,5001
Nov. 20Event #85: HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’em$50,0002
Nov. 21Event #86: Super Turbo No Limit Hold'em$1,0001
Nov. 21Event #87: High Roller No-Limit Hold’em$100,0003
Nov. 22Event #88: 8-Handed No Limit Hold'em$5,0002

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GGPoker Announces WSOP Online Festivals Including Super Circuit, Bracelets, Main Event Satellites

Building on a relationship that began last year, GGPoker and the World Series of Poker announced a comprehensive schedule of co-branded events on Monday.

Building on a relationship that began last year, GGPoker and the World Series of Poker announced a comprehensive schedule of co-branded events on Monday. That includes two WSOP Super Circuit Online Series and WSOP Online bracelet events.

WSOP officials previously announced the US half of the WSOP Online with an international partner to be named later. GG is again in the fold with a schedule of events planned beginning in May and running into the winter.

“When GGPoker and the WSOP partnered in 2020, we broke world records,” GGPoker head of poker operations Steve Preiss said in a news release. “Our plans for 2021 are to offer even more to our customers.

“With massive tournaments, WSOP gold bracelets and rings, and a route into the live WSOP Main Event in November, we hope players will love what we have in store for them.”

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WSOP championship rings on the line at GGPoker

International players have plenty of WSOP online action to look forward to at GGPoker in the coming months. Here’s a look at what to expect:

  • WSOP Super Circuit Online Series at GGPoker – May 1-30
  • WSOP Online 2021 at GGPoker (international) – Aug. 1 to Sept. 12
  • WSOP Las Vegas $10,000 Main Event satellites – Aug. 1 to Oct. 1
  • WSOP Winter Online Super Circuit at GGPoker – dates to be announced later

The GGPoker events kick off with the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series with $100 million guaranteed. The series features 18 championship ring events highlighting the series.

Players will find a broad range of championship buy-ins including a $25 Big 25 event with a $1 million guarantee. The series is capped by the $525 Main Event with $5 million guaranteed. That final table will be streamed at GGPoker.tv on June 5.

Players will find mostly No Limit Hold’em with some Omaha events also mixed in. Most ring events feature numerous starting flights with those beginning on April 29. A few highlights include: 

  • $100 Kickoff (Event 1, May 1) – $1 million guaranteed
  • $365 Giant (Event 6, May 9) – $1 million guaranteed
  • $400 Colossus (Event 11, May 16) – $2,500,000 guaranteed
  • $800 Pot Limit Omaha Championship (Event 12, May 18) – $250,000 guaranteed
  • $77 Lucky Sevens (Event 14, May 23) – $500,000 guaranteed

The site also has something special planned for the Main Event winner. The champion earns a $50,000 sponsorship and becomes the first member of GG’s new Team Champions.

The series also features a massive number of non-ring side events as well. Here’s a look at the complete series schedule:

2021 GGPoker WSOP Super Circuit Online

DateEventBuy-inGuarantee
May-3WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Day 1]$25$1,000,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Day 1]$25$1,000,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Day 1]$25$1,000,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Day 1]$25$1,000,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday Kick-Off$1,050$150,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $125 Sunday Kick-Off$125$100,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Day 1]$25$1,000,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $250 Sunday Monster Stack$250$150,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $25 Mini Monster Stack$25$75,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $300 Sunday Marathon HR$300$150,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $30 Sunday Marathon$30$100,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Sunday Bounty Warmup$840$150,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Day 1]$25$1,000,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Fifty Stack HR$525$200,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Fifty Stack$50$100,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Day 1]$25$1,000,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $400 Sunday Forty Stack HR$400$150,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $40 Sunday Forty Stack$40$100,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$150,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR Main Event$525$1,000,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Hunters Mini Main$53$200,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $210 Bounty Hunters Sunday Special$210$300,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters Sunday PLO$525$100,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Last Chance]$25$1,000,000
May-9#6: $365 GIANT No Limit Hold’em$365$1,000,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday ME [2-Day Event]$1,050$1,000,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $250 Sunday Main Event$250$500,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$150,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Bounty King PLO$3,150$100,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $315 Sunday Bounty King$315$400,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $315 Sunday Bounty King PLO$315$100,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Last Minute]$25$1,000,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $5,250 Sunday 500$5,250$500,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$100,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday 250$525$250,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$200,000
May-9WSOP Series: $250 Sunday Mulligan [2-Stack]$250$100,000
May-9WSOP Series: $25 Sunday Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$50,000
May-9#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Day 2]$25$1,000,000
May-9#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$125,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $105 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$125,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-9WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $300 Triple Chance Closer HR [3-Stack]$300$75,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$50,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Saver HR [Hyper]$525$100,000
May-9WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$50$50,000
May-9#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-10#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-10#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-10#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-10#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-10WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-10#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-10WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-11#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-11#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-11#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-11#8: $800 Deepstack No Limit Hold’em Championship$800$1,000,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-11#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-11WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-11#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-11WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-12#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-12#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-12#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-12#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-12WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-12#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-12WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-13#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-13#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-13#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-13#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-13WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-13#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-13WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-14#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$20,000
May-14#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$20,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$25,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$20,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$50,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$20,000
May-14#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$100,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$50,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$50,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$25,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$200,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$50,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$50,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$50,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$20,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$25,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$50,000
May-14#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$50,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$20,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$50,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$50,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$50,000
May-14WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$25,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$25,000
May-14#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-14WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$25,000
May-15#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-15#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-15#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-15#9: $525 Bounty Deepstack No Limit Hold’em$525$500,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-15#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-15WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-15#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 1]$400$2,500,000
May-15WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday Kick-Off$1,050$150,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $125 Sunday Kick-Off$125$100,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $250 Sunday Monster Stack$250$150,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $25 Mini Monster Stack$25$75,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $300 Sunday Marathon HR$300$150,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $30 Sunday Marathon$30$100,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Sunday Bounty Warmup$840$150,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Fifty Stack HR$525$200,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Fifty Stack$50$100,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $400 Sunday Forty Stack HR$400$150,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $40 Sunday Forty Stack$40$100,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$150,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR Main Event$525$1,000,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Hunters Mini Main$53$200,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $210 Bounty Hunters Sunday Special$210$300,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters Sunday PLO$525$100,000
May-16#10: $100 HUNDRED STACK No Limit Hold’em$100$500,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday ME [2-Day Event]$1,050$1,000,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $250 Sunday Main Event$250$500,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$150,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Bounty King PLO$3,150$100,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $315 Sunday Bounty King$315$400,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $315 Sunday Bounty King PLO$315$100,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $5,250 Sunday 500$5,250$500,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$100,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday 250$525$250,000
May-16#11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 2]$400$2,500,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$200,000
May-16#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$125,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $105 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$125,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-16WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $300 Triple Chance Closer HR [3-Stack]$300$75,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$50,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Saver HR [Hyper]$525$100,000
May-16WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$50$50,000
May-16#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-17#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-17#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-17#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-17#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-17WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-17#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-17WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-18#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-18#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-18#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-18#12: $800 Pot Limit Omaha Championship$800$250,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-18#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-18WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-18#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-18WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-19#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-19#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-19#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-19#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-19WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-19#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-19WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-20#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-20#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-20#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-20#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-20WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-20#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-20WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-21#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$20,000
May-21#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$20,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$25,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$20,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$50,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$20,000
May-21#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$100,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$50,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$50,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$25,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$200,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$50,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$50,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$50,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$20,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$25,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$50,000
May-21#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$50,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$20,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$50,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$50,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$50,000
May-21WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$25,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$25,000
May-21#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-21WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$25,000
May-22#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-22#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-22#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-22#13: $210 Bounty 6-Max No Limit Hold’em$210$500,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-22#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-22WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-22#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 1]$400$1,000,000
May-22WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday Kick-Off$1,050$150,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $125 Sunday Kick-Off$125$100,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $250 Sunday Monster Stack$250$150,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $25 Mini Monster Stack$25$75,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $300 Sunday Marathon HR$300$150,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $30 Sunday Marathon$30$100,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Sunday Bounty Warmup$840$150,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Fifty Stack HR$525$200,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Fifty Stack$50$100,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $400 Sunday Forty Stack HR$400$150,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $40 Sunday Forty Stack$40$100,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$150,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR Main Event$525$1,000,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Hunters Mini Main$53$200,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $210 Bounty Hunters Sunday Special$210$300,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters Sunday PLO$525$100,000
May-23#14: $77 LUCKY 7’s No Limit Hold’em$77$500,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday ME [2-Day Event]$1,050$1,000,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $250 Sunday Main Event$250$500,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$150,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Bounty King PLO$3,150$100,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $315 Sunday Bounty King$315$400,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $315 Sunday Bounty King PLO$315$100,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $5,250 Sunday 500$5,250$500,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$100,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday 250$525$250,000
May-23#15: $400 PLOSSUS, $1M GTD [PLO, Day 2]$400$1,000,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$200,000
May-23#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$125,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $105 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$125,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-23WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $300 Triple Chance Closer HR [3-Stack]$300$75,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$50,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Saver HR [Hyper]$525$100,000
May-23WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$50$50,000
May-23#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-24#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-24#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-24#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-24#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-24#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-24#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-24WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-24#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-24WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-25#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-25#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-25#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-25#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-25#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-25#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-25#16: $840 Bounty Hunters Championship$840$1,000,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-25#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-25WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-25#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-25WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-26#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-26#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-26#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-26#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-26#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-26#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-26#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-26WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-26#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-26WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-27#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-27#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-27#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-27#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-27#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-27#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-27#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-27WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-27#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-27WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-28#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-28#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-28#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-28#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$20,000
May-28#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$20,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$25,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$20,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$50,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$20,000
May-28#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$100,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$50,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$50,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$25,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$200,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$50,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$50,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$50,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$20,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$25,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$50,000
May-28#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$50,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$20,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$50,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$50,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$50,000
May-28WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$25,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$25,000
May-28#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-28WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$25,000
May-29#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-29#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-29#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-29#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $250 Monster Stack$250$50,000
May-29#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $30 Marathon$30$40,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Bounty Warmup$840$50,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $50 Fifty Stack$50$50,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$75,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $40 Forty Stack$40$40,000
May-29#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR$525$250,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $1,500 Deepstack Special$1,500$100,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $100 Deepstack Special$100$100,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters PLO$525$50,000
May-29#17: $52.50 Ultra Deepstack Bounty Turbo NLHE$53$250,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Daily Main [2-Day Event]$1,050$400,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Main$250$100,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$100,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit$315$150,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King PLO$315$50,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$50,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $125 Circuit Special$125$100,000
May-29#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$100,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $25 Double Chance [2-Stack]$25$25,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $1050 Daily Heater HR [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$75,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $105 Daily Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$75,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-29WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$35,000
May-29#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 1]$525$5,000,000
May-29WSOPC Series: $50 Day Saver [Hyper]$50$35,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday Kick-Off$1,050$150,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $125 Sunday Kick-Off$125$100,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $250 Sunday Monster Stack$250$150,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $25 Mini Monster Stack$25$75,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $300 Sunday Marathon HR$300$150,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $30 Sunday Marathon$30$100,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $840 Sunday Bounty Warmup$840$150,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Fifty Stack HR$525$200,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Fifty Stack$50$100,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $400 Sunday Forty Stack HR$400$150,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $40 Sunday Forty Stack$40$100,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Opener$2,625$150,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR Main Event$525$1,000,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Hunters Mini Main$53$200,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $210 Bounty Hunters Sunday Special$210$300,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters Sunday PLO$525$100,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday ME [2-Day Event]$1,050$1,000,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $250 Sunday Main Event$250$500,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King$3,150$150,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Bounty King PLO$3,150$100,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $315 Sunday Bounty King$315$400,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $315 Sunday Bounty King PLO$315$100,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $5,250 Sunday 500$5,250$500,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO$2,625$100,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday 250$525$250,000
May-30#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Day 2]$525$5,000,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Mulligan$2,625$200,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$1,050$125,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $105 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$105$125,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade Closer$2,625$100,000
May-30WSOPC High Rollers: $2,625 Blade PLO Closer$2,625$50,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $300 Triple Chance Closer HR [3-Stack]$300$75,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $30 Triple Chance Closer [3-Stack]$30$50,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Saver HR [Hyper]$525$100,000
May-30WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$50$50,000
 

Beyond the traditional tournament schedule, GGPoker is bringing something new to the Online Super Circuit. An additional two championship rings is planned for cash game specialists.

GGPoker will run cash game leaderboards for No Limit Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha throughout the series. The leaderboards will determine the invitation list for these two final table only events. 

WSOP Online bracelet events back at GGPoker

The WSOP confirmed on Monday that GGPoker will once again host online bracelet events for international players beginning Aug. 1. Dozens of WSOP gold bracelets will be up for grabs at both WSOP.com and GG.

The US half of the schedule runs July 1 to Aug. 1 with 33 bracelet events. The international half then picks up at GGPoker from Aug. 1 to Sept. 12 with another 33 more on the line.

Last year’s Main Event at GG awarded the Guinness World Record for largest prize pool in a single online poker tournament. The event paid out $27.5 million and GG officials hope for even bigger numbers.

“The bar has been set with last year’s record-breaking series, but we’re hoping to raise it even higher this year,” WSOP director Gregory Chochon said in a news release.

“One of our goals is to provide as many people the chance to become champions as possible. However, we know not everyone can or is comfortable traveling yet, so continuing a robust online bracelet offering in 2021 is a must.” 

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Main Event satellites, Winter Super Circuit also in the works at GG

WSOP officials announced earlier this month that the live series would return  in the fall. The festival runs Sept. 30 to Nov. 23 at the Rio in Las Vegas.

This year, GGPoker will also be in the satellite mix. Online qualifiers for the  $10,000 Main Event run on WSOP.com and at GGPoker beginning Aug. 1.

The tournament begins Nov. 4 after running mostly online in 2020, split between GG and WSOP.com.

GGPoker also hosts the WSOP Winter Online Super Circuit. The site will release those dates later in the year. A full WSOP Online schedule is also expected to be released in the coming weeks.

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Live WSOP Shifts to Fall This Year; Organizers Also Announce WSOP Europe, Summer Online Events

The World Series of Poker returns to live action this fall, running Sept. 30 to Nov. 23 at the Rio in Las Vegas.

The World Series of Poker announced the return to live action on Thursday, only now moving events to the fall. The series also announced an expanded summer online poker schedule and the return of WSOP Europe.

Many poker fans will be pleased to see the return of a live series. The summer poker festival now runs from Sept. 30 to Nov. 23 at the Rio in Las Vegas. A complete schedule hasn’t been released yet, but is expected to be available this summer.

“This year, more than ever, we embrace our role at the WSOP to deliver memorable experiences and bring this community of poker lovers back together,” WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart said in a news release.

“In 2021, the theme is ‘get vaccinated and get back to Vegas.’”

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While a complete schedule isn’t available, there are a few events that WSOP officials released. That includes the $10,000 Main Event and here are some details:

  • Dates: Nov. 4-17
  • Starting flights: Nov. 4-7
  • Day 2 dates: Nov. 8 for players in first two starting flights (Nov. 4-5). Nov. 9 for players in final two starting flights (6-7) 
  • Day 3 and beyond: Players combine into one field on Nov. 10.

A few other events for the first weekend were also outlined on Thursday. A charity event benefiting frontline healthcare workers helps kick off the series. 

That same weekend, a $25,000 HORSE event offers some action for high rollers. A No Limit Hold‘em event billed as “The Reunion” also promises a $5 million guarantee.

WSOP officials plan extensive COVID-19 safety measures and to comply with all Nevada regulations. That includes social distancing and limits on player capacity.

WSOP Online returns this summer

After huge numbers in the WSOP Online bracelet events last summer, the series promised more at WSOP.com. In 2020, the series also ran international bracelet events at GGPoker.

The American side of the series awarded $27 million in 31 events. That made it the biggest series in US regulated online poker history.

At GG, the Main Event became the largest online tournament in history, paying out $27.5 million. The entire festival awarded $150 million with 45 events paying out more than $1 million.

This year, the WSOP confirmed to PokerScout that an international series is again in the works. Details on those plans haven’t been released yet however.

At WSOP.com this summer, players can again expect numerous WSOP Online bracelet events. All tournaments will be held on the site’s All-American Poker Network beginning July 1 for players in Nevada and New Jersey.

WSOP officials released a few details of what to expect. A $1,000 championship closes the series and qualifiers will run for as little as $1.

A complete WSOP Online schedule is expected to be available on April 15.

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WSOP Europe also in the works

Along with the live series and online plans, players in Europe are also in luck. WSOP Europe is back at King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, from Nov. 19 to Dec. 8.

The series is subject to regulatory approval, but WSOP officials are pleased to return to Europe.

“We hope and anticipate travel restrictions will ease by the fall,” Stewart said. “It’s important to us that we have an excellent tournament schedule available to our European players.”

Only a few details have been released, but here’s a look at what is known so far:

  • 15 gold bracelet events
  • €10,000 Main Event
  • €50,000 High Roller

PokerScout will offer more details when they become available.

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Damian Salas Becomes Latin America’s First WSOP Main Event Champion, Scores $2.55 Million

Damian Salas at the table in the 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event.

South America now has its own World Series of Poker $10,000 Main Event champion. On Sunday, Argentina’s Damian Salas finished off his second deep run in the biggest tournament in poker with a championship bracelet.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Main Event featured a split series with online play and live final tables. The international half played out at GGPoker and the US half played out at WSOP.com.

Salas was the international winner, claiming $1.55 million after topping the final table in the Czech Republic. On Sunday, he faced US champion Joseph Hebert at the Rio in Las Vegas for the title of Main Event champion and an added $1 million

After finishing seventh in the same event in 2017, Salas found some redemption on Sunday. The 45-year-old from Buenos Aires now claims the biggest title in poker as the game’s world champion.

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Argentina’s new WSOP champion

Winning any tournament isn’t easy, but the main event is an even bigger accomplishment. The 2020 Main Event attracted big numbers online at a time when online poker is booming.

At the international final table, Salas defeated Brazil’s Brunno Botteon at King’s Casino to earn his shot in Las Vegas. Defeating Hebert for the ultimate victory didn’t come easily.

Argentina’s Damian Salas shows off his World Series of Poker Main Event championship bracelet. (all photos courtesy WSOP/Melissa Haereiti)

The two players fought it out for 173 hands and over nearly six hours with the lead swinging back and forth. Eventually, Salas vanquished his foe after Hebert moved all in with Ace-Queen.

Salas called with King-Jack and flopped a pair of Kings. The turn card brought no help to Hebert and another King on the river gave Salas the championship.

“Joseph was a very hard opponent, and he played really well,” Salas said. “In a few instances, he was about to win, it was a real fight and he never slowed down. Going into the championship, I felt all the energy and support from my family and friends in Argentina tonight, and that helped me.”

Fulfilling a dream

Back in Argentina, Salas works as an attorney and doesn’t plan on leaving his job. He’s a regular player online and now has more than $3 million in live tournament winnings as well.

Before the event, the two competitors complimented each other and spoke about this year’s unique Main Event. Salas said it would be a dream come true to win a bracelet. 

“I always try to be better and that’s my motivation,” he said about his mindset going into the match.

A family man, Salas credited his wife, children, and friends with his success. He also thanked the Latin American poker community for their support.

Main Event champion Damian Salas and runner-up Joseph Hebert after the final hands plays out in the Rio.

“I feel like they’re here with me,” he said. “I feel like they make me better as a person.”

The new champion now has first bracelet, encrusted with plenty of diamonds. However, the post-match bracelet photos included two pieces of hardware. An additional bracelet crafted by Salas’ daughter was also included.

Big numbers for a big event

Getting to a champion wasn’t easy and there some unique circumstances came with the event. That included one player from China not attending the international final table.

In the US, another player was disqualified and paid ninth-place money after testing COVID-19 positive. In the end, the tournament indeed produced a 2020 champion no matter the obstacles.

How Salas’ championship is remembered remains to be seen. At the very least, his title stands out as an interesting footnote in the event’s 51-year history.

The tournament produced big numbers at GGPoker and WSOP.com. Between the two final tables, four players received payouts of more than $1 million.

Two of those became the first to win seven figures in the regulated US online poker market. Here’s a complete look ta the Main Event numbers:

  • Entries – 1,379
  • Prize pool – $13.2 million plus an extra $1 million for the heads-up match
  • Entries at WSOP.com – 705
  • Prize pool at WSOP.com – $6.8 million
  • Entries at GGPoker – 674
  • Prize pool at GGPoker – $6.5 million