The time is here once again, the biggest poker tournament of the world that every poker player in the world aspires to play at has released the schedule for next year’s running dates. The World Series of Poker is by far the longest running, most prestigious poker tournament of the world. They recently released the schedule for their 49th annual extravaganza which marked the much awaited countdown from May 29th, 2018 till 17 July.
The WSOP also has its name for being one of the richest sporting events in the world, and it seems this time it will get a lot bigger with a full roster of more than 78 bracelet events. Furthermore, they organizers also amped up the spirits of drooling fans by announcing that they are bringing back the pinnacle $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop, back to their schedule which is making a re-entry after 4 long years of hiatus. It is the Big One for One Drop that will mark an end to the series and will close from July, 15 to July 17.
Another headlining event which is the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event, is dated to begin on 2nd of July, and will crown its winner on July, 14th. However, similar to this year’s WSOP there will not be any November Nine and the final table will begin on July 12th. This year’s series will also be hosted at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, which for the better part is called as the Mecca of poker in Las Vegas. It will have live action games, registrations and the satellites will begin in May 29th. The very first WSOP bracelet event for the next year will begin on May 30th.
Apart from its usual list of events, there is a line of several new events opening up, which include:
Just like last year we hope to see Team India bag more WSOP bracelets for the nation, just like the historic tag team of Aditya Sushant and Nipun Java who bagged the first WSOP bracelet for the country last year at the $1,000 Tag Team Event For $150,637. Nipun Java further went on to win yet another bracelet for himself at the $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold’em Championship for $237,668.
Here is the roster for WSOP, 2018:
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