Poker players received a bit of a Christmas present early on Thursday. The World Series of Poker followed up on its recent dates released with even more of the schedule set. The series outlined 12 more major events for the 2020 event, which is set to run from May 26 to July 15 at the Rio in Las Vegas.More events weren’t expected until 2020 but the WSOP went ahead and released another slate.
The entire poker community is waiting expectantly for the release of the 2020 WSOP Online schedule on GGPoker which starts on July 19th and runs until early September. No one knows for sure what events will be included, but here we break down ten things that we might see included.
And in that press release, they reported that the event schedule was finalized. List of 101 WSOP 2020 Tournaments There are 101 tournaments on the final schedule, 87 of which will be live at the Rio and 14 online for players anywhere in Nevada and New Jersey.
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) has announced a record 14 online bracelet events that will be part of its WSOP 2020 run.
The 2019 World Series of Poker ended with a dramatic Player of the Year mishap, but eyes are already on 2020. The WSOP recently released its international circuit schedule for next year and it includes stops on five continents. The dates range from now until June. If you’re looking to get in on some of this international WSOP action and can’t wait until next year’s WSOP Europe, then.
Contents. 1 The 2020 WSOP Schedule: Your Ultimate Guide. 1.1 The Full 2020 WSOP Schedule; 1.2 Be the first to know; 1.3 Get the full schedule before everyone else; 1.4 Where to qualify online for WSOP 2020; 1.5 Early expectations for the 2020 WSOP schedule; 1.6 When the 2020 WSOP Schedule will come out; 1.7 The number of bracelet events for WSOP 2020; 1.8 WSOP News. 1.8.1 Online Gambling Keeps.
WSOP is expected to arrange other individual events with their respective schedules. Announcements on additional details are anticipated to be laid out soon, and the full event-by-event schedule is expected to be confirmed in the first quarter of 2020. WSOP to Move out of Rio after 2020 or 2021 Edition.
The WSOP has announced their schedule for 2020, the preliminary headlines for the flagship poker festival of the year, and bookend dates.