The GGPoker WSOP schedule has been released
For the second year in a row GGPoker is the only place where players outside of the USA can win bracelets online.
If you can’t make it to Vegas this September then you can still win a bracelet from the comfort of your home as the World Series of Poker returns to GGPoker.
33 bracelet events take place between August 1 and September 12, including a $5,000 Main Event with a $20 million guarantee.
Starting flights begin sooner for some events like the $50 Return, which plays Day 2 on August 1. The Main Event will have multiple freezeout Day 1s and players can play no more than three of them. Last year Stoyan Madanzhiev won this event which was the biggest tournament ever held online with a prize pool of $27.5 million.
Some of the highlight events of the festival include:
|August 1||The Return||$50||$1 million GTD|
|August 1||COVID-19 Charity Event||$1,111||$111 tournament fee to charity|
|August 8||Flip & Go||$200||$1 million|
|August 8||Millionaire Maker||$1,500||$5 million ($1 million for 1st) GTD|
|August 21||Heads-up Championship||$10,000||128 player cap|
|August 29||GGMasters Freezeout||$1,050||$2 million GTD|
|August 29||Super High Roller Championship||$25,000||$5 million GTD|
|August 22||Main Event||$5,000||$20 million GTD|
Flip & Go for a bracelet
A notable new inclusion is a $200 Flip & Go event throughout the first week with a $1 million guarantee. This mirrors the same event being tried out this year in Las Vegas.
“After making history last year, WSOP Online opens up to the international poker community again this August and September,” said Daniel Negreanu, GGPoker Global Ambassador & winner of six WSOP bracelets. “I’m ready to join tens of thousands of poker players from all over the world at the tables, all of us aiming to take down one of those 33 gold bracelets!”
Online satellites will be running across the clock at GGPoker for every event in the series.
You can see the full schedule including Day 1 flights below:
The 2021 GGPoker World Series of Poker Online schedule
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