WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Returns to GGPoker With More Value Than Ever

In 2020, the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series took place at GGPoker. The series offered a ton of action with players able to win WSOP rings in the process. While last year’s festival was a complete success, this year’s option is setting up to be even better for players. The events have low buy-ins and offer large prize pools, providing even more value this year than last year.

Details of the Series

Every ring event on the 2021 schedule is $1,000 or less to compete in. There are four events with a $800 buy-in while the rest have a $525 price tag or lower. This year, even more events are priced at $100 or less, which makes the series much more affordable for players with small bankrolls.

GGPoker is offering the lower buy-ins on events but the guaranteed prize pools stay the same. This means that players are competing for the same amount of money this year but with a lower buy-in option, which is how the series is offering more value than before.

Overall, the 2021 Super Circuit will offer up $19 million in total prize money. There are more side events as well which means players will constantly find poker action at GGPoker during the series on top of the regular options provided by the site.

Side Events will have buy-ins from $25 to $525. Guaranteed prize pools in these events will range from $20,000 to as high as $1,000,000.

The first three events have already taken place and include the Kick-Off event, Beat the Pros and a Double Stack Million tournament. This week, players can take part in the 6-Max Championship, Bounty Giant, Giant, Big 25 and more.

Cash Game Rings

GGPoker will also be offering players a chance to win rings from cash games, which is a first for the site. This year, the series is offering two events with rings for cash game play. From May 1 to the 30, players must play PLO/PLO5 or Hold’em cash games at the site to qualify for a ring.

One ring is reserved for Omaha players and one for Hold’em. On June 5, special nine-handed SNGs will be hosted. The top nine players in each section will be taking place in the final table. The way the players will be chosen is based on weighted big blinds during the series.

Each of the players at the final table will be guaranteed a prize. The winner of each final table will earn $2,600 plus a circuit ring. This is a great way for cash game players to get in on the WSOP ring action.

It will be interesting to see the final totals once the series is over. Will more players compete this year due to the lower buy-ins? Or will the turnout be relatively the same? We shall see once the month is over and the WSOP Super Online Circuit Series comes to an end at GGPoker. It is expected that a large number of players will turn out to compete in the series this year.

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Conor Stack
Conor is one of our main writers on USGS focusing on a wide range of industry coverage across sports, casino and poker.