WSOP.com Fall Online Championships Series Will Run Till Nov 22
The next two weeks will be huge for WSOP.com players in New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware as the online poker site is playing host to another major festival.
The WSOP.com Fall Online Championships Series features $1 million in guarantees spread out across 37 action-packed events.
The festival started on November 8, and so far eight events are already in the books, with dozens more left for US players to compete for. The online poker festival will finish on Nov 22.
The schedule features a variety of events, which players can enter for as low as $30, all the way to $1,000. While most of the events are No-Limit Hold’em, players can also enjoy other formats and structures, including 4-max, 6-max, 9-max, Pot Limit Omaha, Turbo, and Deepstack tournaments. Some of the biggest prizes are up for grabs during the weekends, but the weekdays also offer great value as well.
With plenty of events to choose from, all of which have sizable prizes on offer, it can be quite tough for those who have limited bankroll to pick which ones they shouldn’t miss. If you are one of those players, we want to make the task less difficult for you by sharing some of the series’ exciting events, where you can win a share of between $12,500 and $100,000 in prizes for buy-ins starting from as low as $50.
Among the biggest-guaranteed events on the schedule are two Sunday Special Edition tournaments, the first of which already played out on November 8. The second one features a buy-in of $320 and will take place on November 15, with a guaranteed prize pool of $100,000.
Another must-play event is a $50 buy-in Turbo Deepstack on November 13, which guarantees $12,500. A Monster Stack (R&A) event, scheduled for November 16, also features a similar range. You may also take part in a $100 buy-in Deepstack Turbo tournament on November 22, where you can win a slice of $20,000 in guaranteed prize money.
If you love high-stakes action, you can go for the $1,000, $85,000 GTD NLH High Roller on November 17, or the $500 buy-in, $30,000 guaranteed PLO High Roller on November 22.
The series will culminate in the Fall Online Championships Main Event, which offers $175,000 in guaranteed prize pool for a buy-in of $525. Players can join in on the action for a fraction of the price via satellites currently running on WSOP.com. Apart from the top prize, the Main Event winner will also become the owner of a special Champion’s Belt.
To find out more information, check out WSOP.com.