WSOP.com Fall Online Championship Kicks Off for the Next Two Weeks

Poker players from New Jersey, Delaware, and Nevada are having the best treats of their gaming lives as the WSOP.com Fall Online Championships Series runs for the next two weeks. The tournament started on Sunday and will run-up to November 22, culminating in the Main Event table for the prize pool’s scramble, which stands at $175,000. Moreover, the first-place winner will walk away with the coveted Champion’s Belt.

Admission into the high roller event is about $30 to $1000. Players can also participate in the more than 40 slated events that will culminate in $1,000,000 paid out as prizes. Admission into regular events will attract any price, starting from $11 to $100.

WSOP.com is just fresh from running other online tournaments that proved to be a huge success, including the Fall Online Circuit concluded in October. Therefore, players are guaranteed to have the best experience during the two-week series.

How Does the WSOP.com Fall Online Championship Look Like?

The main difference between the 2020’s edition and 2019’s is that the championship is taking place in November instead of October. However, the schedule is almost similar to that of last year.

The No-Limit Hold’em events are several and outnumber Omaha events. In most cases, players should expect about two Omaha events with slight variations in High Roller, knockout, turbo, and deep stack. Players may also require unmatched skills in 9-max, 6-max, and 4-max to increase their chances of playing at the Main Event’s table.

The Main Event is slated for the last day, November 22. To make sure the tournament’s pace isn’t easily predictable or boring, the organizers planned a few Pot Limit Omaha, scattered all over the tournament. Therefore, players should expect a more spirited battle as only the skillful will survive this year’s championship.

Other Notable Events in the WSOP.com Fall Online Championship

As noted, there are more than 37 events for competition, and the rewards in each category are actually impressive. If you are a hardcore poker player, you should actually look forward to participating in as many events as possible, and you’ll leave the tournament a rich man or woman. For instance, the organizers confirmed two high roller events, including the No-limit Hold’em High Roller, that will run on November 17 with $85,000 in guaranteed prizes. The Pot-limit Omaha High Roller will run on November 22 with $30,000 in guaranteed cash prizes.

The admissions to the two High Roller events are $1000 for November 17 and $500 for November 22. The Sunday special edition was played on November 8 but will feature on November 15 too for a $320 buy-in and $100,000 in guaranteed winnings. Turbo Deepstack will play on November 13, with up to $12,500 in guaranteed winnings. The buy-in for the event is $50 only, meaning it will attract as many people as possible. Lastly, players will also battle for $20,000 in the Deepstack Turbo that will run on November 22.

Christmas came knocking early for online poker players who would wish to put their skills to grind from the foregoing events. The best thing is that WSOP.com has several welcoming bonuses for new players. Hence, a bankroll shouldn’t pose a great challenge. Moreover, some buy-ins cost as low as $11.

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