WSOP MI’s First Spring Online Championships Series is Here, With Over $700,000 Guaranteed – Agora Poker

Exclusive: WSOP MI’s First Spring Online Championships Series is Here, With Over $700,000 Guaranteed

Exclusive: WSOP MI’s First Spring Online Championships Series is Here, With Over $700,000 Guaranteed

Michigan online poker players now have a chance to score an exclusive WSOP Championship Belt as the premier series makes its debut in the Mitten State. There is no rest for tournament players at WSOP MI as the operator deploys yet another Michigan online poker series with one already running.

Starting this Sunday, May 1, the operator’s premier WSOP Spring Online Championships will commence and this one will be much bigger than the ongoing WSOP Online Circuit Series.

Over $700,000 is guaranteed for the first-ever Championships series at WSOP MI, culminating in the Main Event that gives away an exclusive Championship belt to the winner.

Unlike the currently-running WSOP Online Circuit series that awards a gold ring to each of the 12 winners, the Spring Online Championships series is designed for all types of players. Guarantees are still ambitious with most of them having a five-figure range despite the series being available exclusively to Michigan online poker players.

A total of 46 events are on offer with NLH Warm-Up [R&A] being the cheapest event in the schedule, costing just $10 and running every day. The High Rollers on each of the three Sundays in the schedule are the most expensive events requiring players to put in $1000 from their bankroll.

The remainder of the schedule varies from $33 to $320 featuring various tournament types such as progressive knockouts, deep stacks, turbos, 6-handed, and more. Last verified: April 2022 $50 in free play with bonus code FUSEBONUS50

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Every day, at least three events will run, opening with the NLH Warm-Up — a rebuy & add-on event — followed by a $50,000 guaranteed Sunday Special with a price tag of $215 and a $30,000 guaranteed High Roller to end the day costing $1000 for players with deep pockets.The scheduling is more or less the same for the rest of the days, starting the day with a low-stake rebuy/add-on warm-up event, followed by a mid-stake tournament and a high-stake tournament. Guarantees get boosted during the weekend with the $215 buy-in Sunday Special seeing a raise […]

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