WSOP Online Circuit Series Sending Players to Tournament of Champions – Agora Poker

WSOP Online Circuit Series Sending Players to Tournament of Champions

WSOP Online Circuit Series Sending Players to Tournament of Champions

WSOP Online in the US is giving players more chances to win Circuit rings and get into what promises to be one of the toughest events of the year, the inaugural WSOP Tournament of Champions . Win a WSOP ring like this at WSOP Online this month. (Image: WSOP) Players in Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan have nine more times to win a WSOP Circuit ring and pad their bankroll before the WSOP starts on May 31 . A Circuit tournament a day takes place in these markets until May 24. Satellites for the events start as low as $2 and also run daily.

The Circuit ring not only looks good while check-raising the locals, it’s also worth an entry into the three-day Tournament of Champions, a $1 million free roll that starts July 18, two days after the Main Event concludes. Exactly as it sounds, the Tournament of Champions will be made up of the winners of both live and online Circuit events, as well as the 88 bracelet events. Value to be found

There has been a run of tournaments on WSOP Online in Pennsylvania and Michigan that have missed their prize pool guarantees, sometimes significantly.

In Pennsylvania, the $320 Circuit event missed its guarantee by $15,800 on Saturday. In Michigan, the same $320 event missed its $50K promise by $14,300, and last night, the $525 event there missed the $50K guarantee by $5K.

It’s a continuation of a trend that gives good value to players at the expense of the site. In Pennsylvania, the 46-event Online Championships that took place May 1-15, only had 21 tournaments meet prize pool guarantees. And one of those count by exceeding the promise by $3.

The $150K guaranteed “Main Event” that took place yesterday missed its mark by $50,600.

In Michigan, only 14 tourneys in its 46-event Online Champions missed prize pool guarantees.

Players on the New Jersey/Nevada client are not seeing as many overlays. The two states share players, and Michigan will soon join them thanks to the Multi-State Internet Gambling Agreement (MSIGA). Members of MSIGA are New Jersey, Delaware, Nevada, and Michigan.

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