The World Series of Poker is coming back to London.London will host its first World Series of Poker (WSOP) tournament since 2010 with the start of the WSOP Super Circuit.
London will host the World Series of Poker (WSOP) for the first time in almost a decade. The WSOP Super Circuit Series will be held in London this summer, as confirmed by GGPoker, the largest poker site in the world.
The JW Mariott Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Mayfair neighborhood has been announced as the host venue for the WSOP Super Circuit Series, as reported by GGPoker. Some of the world’s greatest poker players will gather in Las Vegas from July 27 to August 13 for this tournament.
The last time the World Series of Poker (WSOP) visited London was in 2010.
Games of Skill for All
For the 2023–2024 WSOPC season, four major tournaments have been announced. The WSOP Super Circuit series has a main event of £3,000 plus £300. The £500 + £60 Colossus, the £1000 + £100 Mystery Million, and the £1000 + £400 High Roller tournaments will round out the schedule.
Many poker professionals will have fun fighting against their colleagues since each tournament will cater to a different subset of poker players. The variety of buy-in amounts, from £500 to £10,000, should appeal to both conservative and risk-taking players.
There will be a tournament for the 15 people who currently have WSOP Gold Rings during the WSOP Super Circuit Series.
If the buy-ins are still beyond of reach, players may try their luck in GGPoker’s satellite events. Participants may sign up for these tournaments and go head-to-head with other tough opponents for a chance at advancing to GGPoker’s main events.
Schedule for WSOP’s Summer 2023 Tournaments Posted
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) released its summer 2023 schedule in February, promising poker fans a year full of action. The main event is scheduled at the Horseshoe Las Vegas Casino between May 30 and July 18.
Before then, a total of 95 bracelet events will be held as part of the poker series, giving participants a shot at some fantastic prizes. An whole month’s worth of entrance into WSOP Main Events is up for grabs for one fortunate player.
Executive vice president and director of the World Series of Poker Ty Stewart has said that both the WSOP and the World Championship will have record-breaking levels of participation in 2023.
High-stakes gamblers on GGPoker have reportedly stopped playing because of the company’s new rake structure. Players were outraged by the already sky-high rake rates, which were raised even further.
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