For the players in the United States and Europe, online event and in-person format plan made by the World Series of Poker. In the United States, the WSOP’s tournament series in September through late November will return. On the WSOP online success, it continues to plan an internet format. In Europe, another aim is taken into consideration by WSOP related to the live event’s return.
Players in Europe and US to Revert to WSOP
After a challenging year and pandemic year 2020, officially WSOP is back. In the previous edition, on the part of the organizers, there are a few faux pas. The largest poker tournament in the world is now returning in its format of in-person life, finally.
Make scheduled for September 30-November 23; this two months is good for the leading poker championship series with the host of casino playing and Rio All-Suite Hotel. Full details yet not released from WSOP officially, but the organization is trying its best to make a worthwhile event.
The first week will kick a special charity event along with $5 million GTD No-Limit Hold ’em and $25,000 Horse; all the effort is to make sure a strong start.
On November 4, the main event holding a $10,000 buy-in should arrive, and to November 17, it will continue.
This year, WSOP is introducing four dates for starting and feeling generous. Offering four dates means players have the opportunity to join the race when they think the right time.
Ty Stewart (Executive director of WSOP) stated that this year’s event theme is “get vaccinated, get back to Vegas”.
In the press meeting, upholding the safety protocols of Covid-19 is outlined in the commitment of WSOP. The organization hopes that on time the vaccination plan of Joe Biden will come, and vaccines may have an ongoing effort.
The World Series of Poker will strictly follow all the regulations of Covid-19 from the Nevada state regarding capacity limits and social distancing on the tournament dates.
Over the summer, the event’s schedule details will reveal. However, the online series will also run by the operator based on the online success of WSOP last year.