The WSOP events are one of the much-awaited poker news. This fall is expected to be very special for poker professionals as the tournament organizers have prepared many exciting moments for participants.
This year, poker players will compete for 88 bracelets as well as cash prizes, which attract all who isn’t a novice in this card game.
WSOP is back to the Rio
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has been a big hindrance for the series of tournaments for a long time, the organizers promise that autumn 2021 will finally allow to get back to normal conditions. Recently, the World Series of Poker representatives have disclosed information that matches will be held at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino – the event’s main venue in Las Vegas. It will be even more grandiose in 2021. Poker fans will be able to watch matches as the WSOP has partnered with CBS Sports for broadcasting the events.
Both high rollers and those who prefer low bets will find their place during the tournaments. The buy-ins range varies between $400 and $250 000. On November 4, the Main Event will take place, offering participants huge rewards. The Final Table is scheduled for November 16. In addition to usual competitions, the WSOP has prepared a series of new events. Among them are The Reunion and Poker Hall of Fame Bounty.
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