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One More Poker WSOP Bracelet Will Be at Stake in 2020

16 November 2020, 15:56
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GGPoker organizes another WSOP event in 2020, mixing both online and offline approaches. The winner of the series will be rewarded with the WSOP bracelet, additionally to the million prizes from organizers and part of the entrance stake. Login Casino highlights details of the upcoming event and informs the readers about the most interesting poker news.

One More Poker WSOP Bracelet Will Be at Stake in 2020

GGPoker, the host platform for the latest WSOP event that was held online in summer, has announced one more major event. The tournament will be divided into online and offline competitions, with the host places in Europe and the US.

When will the WSOP start?

Thus, the European part of the WSOP event will start on November 29 and will be held online for two weekends. This digital part of the competition will end on December 7, naming the final nine players that will go to the offline event. The host for the mortar-and-brick tournament should be the gambling venue in Rozvadov (the Czech Republic) called King's Casino. The traditional face-to-face battle is planned to finish on December 15, determining the winner.

For the American audience, the WSOP 2020 event begins on December 13 online, and the next day, the final table with nine participants must be determined. The land-based poker venue for the US final is still a matter of discussions and permissions, but it is likely to be some of the Las Vegas casinos. The winner of the American division will be named on December 28.

In two days, on December 30, the grand final will be played between the winners of two divisions. Additionally to the local events' prizes, the champion will receive $1 million and a WSOP bracelet from the organizers. Authorities expect this person to be named the poker 2020 World Champion, a traditional annual title for this card game.

How to participate in the WSOP 2020 final tournament?


The conditions are quite flexible, as clients of GGPoker or can play the regarded event on the considered dates. Traditionally, there will be dozens of satellite events, with buy-ins varying from $1 to $10 000.

The organizers even discuss the age issue, which can be possible if the local tournament winner is under 21 (while 18+, of course). The host location for the super final is the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino that is located in Las Vegas, while Nevada has age restrictions of allowing people under 21 to participate in gambling activity. In this case, organizers tend to reconsider the final and grand final locations details, giving a young prospect the chance to receive the bracelet.

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