WSOP ready to bring novice and pro poker players back to the game

For a while now, it looks as if the WSOP in Vegas at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino wouldn’t happen. After all, there was first the sale of the hotel, which got everyone speculating. Then, the pandemic ravaged the States, leaving more than one broken heart behind.

So just when the gambling community thought it would have to settle once again for online events. The WSOP announced that the battle for bracelets could begin as early as September 30th. Well, that’s providing the health and governmental authorities approved mass gathering then.

But the truth is, all signs point to that as all States are carrying out massive vaccination drives. Even the WSOP’s Executive Director, Ty Stewart, wants the theme of the 2021 event to be, get the jab to get back to Vegas. What’s more, he also wants to organize a series of fundraisers for front-line workers.WSOP ready to bring novice and pro poker players back to the game

Win a seat for a buck

We don’t know about you, but the announcement of the WSOP events starting on September 30th was a welcome piece of news. In our opinion, the timing couldn’t be better to lift spirits too. This is because the series’ frenzy online and offline starts in April. And it runs through May as folks hope for “a last win” to get them to Vegas.

As we understand, the traditional online qualifiers will only begin on July 1st. And many sites such as 888 and, of course, the main WSOP site will give players a chance to win their seats through various steps, starting at $1.

In case you wondered, the main event will take place between November 4th to 17th. And they’ll be a similar event running from November 19th to December 8th in Europe. Well, that’s if Covid-19 gets the bad beat it long deserves. Fingers crossed it will.