WSOPC UK Gives Players Chance To Win 12 Gold Rings From March 5 to 20
- WSOPC UK will be back at Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham from March 5-20
- The festival features 12 ring events, headlined by the £500K GTD Main Event
- Other key events include The Colossus, The Closer, and a Mystery Bounty tournament
March will be a busy month for players in the UK and Europe as the World Series of Poker Circuit returns to Nottingham this month, awarding 12 gold rings. Dusk Till Dawn will once again play host to the action from March 5-20.
WSOPC UK – Main Highlights
The UK schedule opens with the £230 No-Limit Hold’em Mini Main Event which features five Day 1 flights. The tournament comes with £100,000 in guaranteed prize money, but apart from that, there will be 10x £1,100 WSOPC Main Event tickets to be given away, making it a not-to-be-missed event.
As usual, the main highlight of the festival is the WSOPC UK Main Event which costs £1,100 to enter and carries a huge £500,000 guarantee. The event is expected to smash that figure considering the prestige associated with the WSOPC and the venue’s ability to attract massive fields when hosting major tournaments.
Dusk Till Dawn last hosted a WSOPC stop back in April 2019, and the £1,100 Main Event pulled in a total of 1,023 entrants to surpass its £1,000,000 guarantee. When the event was done, Russian player Andrey Veselov came out on top, taking home his first gold ring and £114,530 in first-place prize. Hasmukh Khodiyara finished second for £111,935.
The rest of the final table positions went to Timothy Chung, Paul McAulay, Fraser Macintyre, James Alsop, Jack O’Neill, Mahamed Muse, and Andrew Hulme.
Other Key Events
While the Main Event and the Mini Main Event offer some of the biggest values for players at the festival, the other events on the schedule shouldn’t be overlooked. The series features exclusive events such as the £560 buy-in, £25K GTD NLHE Seniors (50+) on March 8 and the £170 buy-in, £10K GTD Ladies event on March 11. High roller fans may take a shot at the £5,300 NLHE Super High Roller (March 16) and the £2,700 NLHE High Roller (March 10), both guaranteeing £150,000 and £100,000 respectively.
Those looking for more affordable events should include the £340 Colossus on their list. The tournament, which has three Day 1 flights, runs from March 10-13 and comes with a £100,000 guarantee. There’s also a £450 Monster Stack (March 13-15) and a £560 6-Handed event (March 15-17). The line-up also includes a £250 buy-in, £50K GTD NLHE The Closer event, and a £560 buy-in, £25K GTD Mystery Bounty scheduled for March 20.