WSOP Circuit to Return to Playground from Aug. 18 to Sept. 2
Still up for some more poker action? If you are, then get ready for the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit as it makes it return to Playground as from August 18 to September 2 for an exciting series of poker events. This year, there will be a total of seven events as well as a $4,000,000 guaranteed prize pool. Now that is worth looking forward to.
Needless to say, over the next few weeks, poker players are definitely going to come out in large number to hunt for the highly coveted circuit rings and the insane value that is offered by the poker series. Fortunately, this year’s WSOP Circuit is set to be one of the most accessible Circuit events in history – there will be a wide range of buy-in price points, a dozen of satellites to the highly-anticipated Main Event as well as a decent number of online starting flights that will be available on PartyPoker.
The series will kick off with the $300 + $30 Colossus event which is, without a doubt, the most accessible and value-laden tournaments to be found anywhere on the planet. Not only are the buy-ins very modest, but the players can also take as many as shots at the $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool as they want.
The $1,100 Main Event is definitely the biggest highlight of the WSOP Circuit especially because it will give the players a rare opportunity at an unmatched value. In addition to that, the Main Event is also going to introduce an innovative way for the online poker players to get in on the action. The poker operator will be running the satellites to the combined online flight on the days leading up to the event – all the details of these lucrative deal can be found on the PartyPoker client. One thing that is worth noting is that the poker players will be able to play their way into the Main Event through up to six $110 + 410 unlimited re-entry satellites that guarantee a whopping 70 seats to the event.
Next, there will be the $600 +$60 Monster Stack, a two-day tournament with $150,000 in guaranteed prizes. For this event, players will not only get a shot at huge starting stacks but they will also get to enjoy traditional poker with a freezeout format.
Other events that you should definitely look out for include the $5,000 + $300 Super High Roller, the $2,000 + $200 High Roller, the $300 + $30 Closer as well as the $500 + $50 Pot-Limit Omaha. With all of these amazing events, every player is certainly going to find something that tickles their fancy.