5 events not to be missed at the 2022 WSOP
5 WSOP 2022 WSOP events not to be missed The WSOP Series schedule has been revealed, and whether you’re looking for a 500-entry HLN tournament or a 100,000-entry high roller, the 2022 WSOP Series has you covered.
The first-ever poker event at Horseshoe and Paris on the Las Vegas Strip will offer players 88 bracelet events with entries ranging from hundreds to hundreds of thousands. Countless players are looking forward to this summer coming soon.
If you’re one of them, here are five events you don’t want to miss this summer.
The 500 Housewarming NLH is the first event you definitely don’t want to miss. It has a huge guaranteed bonus of $5 million, and the buy-in fee is only $500, making it the king of value for money.
The six-day opening weekend event, which begins on June 3, is expected to attract a large number of players trying to win seven-figure prizes.
“This popular price point has created some of the largest entry sizes in poker history,” the WSOP said in a recent statement.
Last year’s opening weekend event, Event #4: The $500 The Reunion No-Limit Hold’em, attracted nearly 13,000 entrants and generated a prize pool of nearly $5.5 million. Long Ma of Texas took home a first prize of 513,604 after three days of play, which was 1,000 times his buy-in.
The 500 Housewarming HLN is likely to attract a lot of players and generate millions in prize money, so don’t miss out on this opening weekend event.
2021 Millionaire Maker
Another event that is reasonably priced and is also expected to attract thousands of entrants is the 1,500 Millionaire Maker. The event is expected to generate a multi-million dollar prize pool and guarantee seven-figure prizes for the winner.
Last year’s Event #17: The 1,500 Millionaire Maker had 5,330 entrants and created a $3.4 million prize pool. Daniel Lazrus won that event, earning his second career bracelet and $1 million in prize money.
If you want to try and raise your $1,500 to $1 million, the Millionaire Maker might be the way to go.
The third unmissable event is the $400 Giants, which is also expected to attract thousands of players and generate a multi-million prize pool.
The 4-day tournament will begin on June 24, and players will be able to choose between two Day1 schedules, Group A and Group B.
The 2021 Giants created a $3.1 million prize pool and attracted 9,399 entrants, making it one of the largest events in the WSOP. Russia’s Anatolii Zyrin won his second bracelet and 314,705 through the nearly 10,000-man event.
As the lowest buy-in event in the WSOP, the Giant is an excellent choice for budding pros and casual players alike.
One of the most unique events offered in the series is the $1,000 Team Event, where players compete in pairs for a chance to win two bracelets.
This year’s team event, with a buy-in of 1,000 per team, will begin on June 26 and is planned for three days.
In previous years, the event allowed a maximum of four members per team, but that number is reduced to two at the 2021 WSOP.
Mike Ruter and Samy Dighlawi
Last year’s team tournament attracted 641 teams with a prize pool of nearly $600,000. Mike Ruter and Samy Dighlawi of Team Ruter won the team event with 113,366 and two bracelets.
The novel structure of the 1,000 Team event makes it a fun and unique event that will likely be one of the highlights of the 2022 series.
When it comes to the WSOP, there is of course the Main Event. Johnny Chan, Dan Harrington, Chris Moneymaker, Joe Hachem, Martin Jacobson and Joe McKeehen are all poker heroes who made their name through the Main Event.
The latest addition to the list of Main Event winners is Germany’s Koray Aldemir, who clinched the event last year for $8 million and his first bracelet.
The 2021 Main Event attracted 6,550 players and generated a prize pool of over $62 million. Predictably, those numbers could easily be surpassed this year, after all vaccine and mask restrictions have been lifted.
While a 10,000 buy-in event might not be within every poker player’s budget, if the funds are there, the Main Event is certainly one that no one wants to miss.
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