WPT Global Winter Festival Will Conclude With 3 Main Events Starting Jan 13 January 11, 2024 Gabrielle Monet

WPT Global Winter Festival Will Conclude With 3 Main Events Starting Jan 13

 Poker News January 11, 2024 by  Gabrielle Monet

WPT Winter FestivalSummary

  • WPT Global Winter Festival started on Dec 24, 2023, and will conclude on Jan 13, 2024
  • Three exciting Main Events are yet to take place and will start on Jan 13
  • Poker players with different bankrolls will be able to take part in these Main Events

The World Poker Tour (WPT) wanted to finish 2023 on a strong note and start 2024 strong with its WPT Global Winter Festival which commenced on Dec 24, 2023, and is set to conclude on Jan 14, 2024.

A total of $4 million in guaranteed prize money has been up for grabs and the three exciting Main Events are set to take place in the next few days.

The WPT Global Winter Festival set up not one but three Main Events with a range of different buy-ins to enable poker players with different bankrolls to have a crack at one or more of the Main Events. If the Main Event buy-ins for these events are still a little too steep, you should check out the WPT Global website and have a crack at the different satellites running for these three Main Events.

While the three Main Events are still outstanding, there are also a number of other side events that are yet to take place. Check out WPT Global to see the full schedule for the WPT Global Winter Festival and see what events are left.

We now take a closer look at the 3 Main Events that are outstanding.

  • Main Event – for Low Stakes Players

    If your bankroll isn’t too big as you start 2024, you should check out the Mini Winter Main Event that has a $40,000 guaranteed prize pool and a buy-in of just $22. This will be played in a PKO format which means that players can still win big even if they don’t get to the final table.

  • Main Event – for Mid Stakes Players

    If you have a reasonable sized bankroll, then you might want to play the Winter Main Event which comes with a $400,000 guaranteed prize pool and a buy-in of $220. This Main Event will also have a PKO format.

  • Main Event – for High Stakes Players

    If you like playing high stakes events, then you should play the WPT Championship Main Event which comes with a $3,500 buy-in and a guaranteed prize pool of $400,000. Apart from this, the eventual winner will also get their hands on the WPT Championship trophy and a free seat to the $10,400 WPT World Championship which takes place at the end of the year at Wynn Las Vegas.

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Gabrielle is our resident French author, as well as managing our French site she specialises in breaking the latest European poker stories whether related to France or not.