WSOP summer championship schedule is manifested
WSOP championship Event schedule with $10 000 buy-ins has been published. The dates for the World Series of Poker (WSOP) are set to begin from May 26 to July 15, 2020. Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas traditionally has been chosen as the venue for this promising upcoming industry event.
The first $10,000 buy-in event will take place on Wednesday, June 3 and the closing WSOP Main Event tournament is scheduled for July 3.
World Series of Poker is an annual prestigious poker tournaments championship that attracts scores of the best professional poker players in the world. The unique feature of the Series is the long-standing tradition to host events for all kinds of poker variants what makes it universal for all kinds of poker players.
At the WSOP 2020, 16 tournaments would be spread at the $10,000 buy-in level involving 24 various game formats. Every year during the poker matchup, the champion of each discipline is established along with recognizing their skills and mastery in the same manner martial arts does in the athletic sport.
A List of Championship Events scheduled for the 2020 World Series of Poker
|June 3||Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better||$10,000||60,000||60/90 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 6||Seven Card Stud||$10,000||60,000||60/90 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 8||Short Deck||$10,000||60,000||60 minutes||1||3pm|
|June 9||H.O.R.S.E.||$10,000||60,000||60/90 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 12||Super Turbo Bounty NLH||$10,000||60,000||20 minutes||Freezeout||2pm|
|June 13||Dealers Choice 6-Handed||$10,000||60,000||60/90 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 15||No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw||$10,000||60,000||60/90 minutes||1||3pm|
|June 18||Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw||$10,000||60,000||60/90 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 20||Pot-Limit Omaha||$10,000||60,000||60 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 22||Poker Players Championship||$50,000||300,000||100 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 24||Razz||$10,000||60,000||60/90 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 26||Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better||$10,000||60,000||60 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 28||Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better||$10,000||60,000||60/90 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 29||6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em||$10,000||60,000||60 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|June 30||Limit Hold’em||$10,000||60,000||60/90 minutes||Freezeout||3pm|
|July 1-3||Main Event||$10,000||60,000||120 minutes||Freezeout||11am|
|July 2||WSOP.com ONLINE NLH||$10,000||30,000||20 minutes||Freezeout||12noon|
“The Championship Events are always among the most special offered at the WSOP each year,” said WSOP Vice President Jack Effel. “We are proud to be the only tournament series who spreads such an offering and have worked with some of the games most distinguished players this off-season to ensure our schedule and the events themselves align well with where poker is in 2020.”
15 events are set on freezeout format, allowing only one entry per player. Only two events, the Short Deck and the No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw will allow participants one extra entry in case of their illumination during the registration period.
Moreover, in 2020 the special leaderboard, similar to the WSOP Player of the Year race, will be dedicated. With that in mind, any player that takes part in any of these summer events will accumulate points for a winner.
In WSOP 2019 were registered the record number of 187 298 entries that created a 50-year high of $293,183,345 in prize money.
Buy-ins for tournaments at the Rio in 2020 will start as low as $75. Satellites and all your favorite live poker games staking: low, medium and high limit will start on May 26 and run 24 hours a day throughout the seven-week series place in the spacious Rio Convention Center.
Room reservations are available across Caesars’ Las Vegas properties with rates as low as $33 for existing Caesars Rewards members by using the booking code WSOP20.