2020 World Series Poker delays

The 51st Series of the World Series of Poker, which kicks off Tuesday, May 26 from the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, has been officially postponed due to a public health emergency involving COVID-19. It is now targeted for fall 2020, with exact dates and events to be determined.

“We are committed to running the World Series of Poker this year but it will take additional time to continue on our traditional scale while prioritizing the well-being of guests and staff,” said Ty Stewart, Executive Director of the World Series of Poker. In the meantime, official WSOP competitions are expected to be played online this summer, and we will soon announce the details of a series of tournaments to be played on WSOP.com and through partnerships with international operators, which will enable players to pursue WSOP glory from their homes. visit online WADUKPKV.

The 2020 WSOP schedule will be reviewed as a result of delays, and changes are anticipated. As this year’s edition runs, it will include the poker world championship, the $ 10,000 Main Event championship, the richest prize pool on the poker calendar each year. Once details for the revised WSOP 2020 are finalized, plans will be communicated.

The next live event on the WSOP calendar, remains the Global Casino Championship, still scheduled for 11-13 August 2020 at Harrah’s Cherokee in North Carolina. This is an invite-only event, open to those with qualifications.

The WSOP Europe, held at King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, remains on the calendar for fall 2020. All announced dates, times and events are subject to change.












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