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World Series of Poker’s 49th Edition Has Only 17 Events Left Until Final Day

The World Series of Poker has a lot on offer when it comes to a wide variety of poker tournaments and there is still time for every poker enthusiasts to make their way in one or more of them. Event $78 which is the last one is set to commence on 15th July and to continue for three days giving everyone a chance to register for participation and claim a big bag of cash in addition to the coveted WSOP gold bracelet.

Nothing compares to the poker diversity of WSOP festival which strives to bring every poker game to the felt. Being attractive for thousands of people from all corners of the world this poker congregation is unrivaled when it comes to prizes and premium experience. This year witnessed the 49th edition of this annual festival bringing together poker enthusiasts willing to give their luck a try and put their skills to the test among fellow players and well-known poker pros.

There are 17 poker tournaments left in the rich schedule of this year’s WSOP and many of them are multiple-day ones, giving more people the chance to enter the race and make it all the way to the top. This would result in a total of ten more days of action at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and enough chances for everyone to enter the run for some of the most desirable pieces of jewellery in the poker world.

This Saturday is set to welcome Event #68A: The Little One for One Drop – $1,000 + 111 No-Limit Hold’em which is set to span over the following six days. On Sunday there will be a sister event which goes by the name of Event #68B, this one spanning over four days. Both of them feature unlimited re-entry possibilities. Monday is set to feature the third event which is related to the One Drop Foundation which is called Event #68C, this time spanning over three days.

Remaining WSOP Events Worth Mentioning

Another event worth consideration is Event #74: Big Blind Antes $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed Championship which features a considerable buy-in guaranteeing a significant prize pool at the end of the registration period. This championship is starting on 11th July is going to be a three-day event featuring big blind ante which promises high speed of poker action on the felt.

Quite the attention is expected to be generated by this event, but the double tournament which starts right after that is expected to attract even more people. Those would the three The Closer tournaments which feature a guaranteed prize pool amounting to $1 million. First one is Event #75A The Closer – $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em which is going to include 30-minute levels just like the other two events of The Closer range.

For all three of them, players will have the chance to re-enter the tournament unlimited amount of times. With a significantly low buy-in and considerably large guaranteed prize pool which is expected to be surpassed, this event is going to be an appropriate way for players to go out of the festival with a bang and large cash prizes. Event #77: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller which commences on 13th July would be the last High Roller event for this WSOP and it is set to feature big blind antes and to last two days.

Players will have the chance to re-enter the race for the big cashes only once, whereas poker action is set to be boosted by the use of Shot Clock. Once this event has granted its winner with the big paycheck, the last event is set to commence. This is going to be Event #78: The Big One for One Drop – $1,000,000 No-Limit Hold’em which will be a three-day tournament once again dedicating its efforts and generated buy-ins for the international non-profit organization which focuses on water initiatives.

With this final 83rd event the 49th edition of WSOP is going to come to its end and all participants worthy of a generous prize would bag their prizes. Many of them will meet once again next year or at other notable poker festivals around the globe.

 Author: Benjamin Barry

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