We barely left April behind us with hundreds of millions guaranteed across multiple online poker tournament series, but it’s far from over with another $100 million guaranteed in the month of May during the WSOPC Super Circuit Online Series on Pokercode by GGPoker.
There are 18 WSOP Circuit rings up for grabs in events starting at an affordable price of $25, going all the way up to $840, and the big Main Event will boast a $5,000,000 guaranteed prize pool and has a price tag of $525.
The first starting flights of event #1: $100 Super Circuit Kick-Off are already wrapped up but there is some time left to qualify for Day 2, happening on Sunday at 10:05 pm CET. The event has a guarantee of $1,000,000 but the first ring will be awarded a day before.
The weekly returning $210 Beat the Pros tournament will run as a special WSOP edition on May 1st. Eliminating one of the ‘Pros’ in the tournament will get you a seat in the freeroll as usual, but winning the tournament on this particular Saturday will get you a prestigious WSOP Circuit ring.
The gold WSOPC rings are normally reserved for those who win tournaments but for the first time ever there are two rings for Cash Game players. Any player has the opportunity now to get their hands on a WSOPC ring, whether you’re playing the highest stakes or the lowest stakes. The 9 best-performing cash game players will get an invitation to the ‘Final9’ which is a 9-handed SNG rewarding prizes to all participants, but the winner will walk away with the WSOPC ring and $2,600.
The fine folks over at GGPoker have added another twist for the WSOPC Main Event. If you manage to take down the $525 tournament you already get your hands on the biggest part of the $5,000,000 guaranteed prize pool, but there’s an added $50,000 sponsorship added for the winner and then first-ever member of Team Champions.
According to GGPoker “Team Champions will gather every WSOP Online Series Champion under its banner to create the hottest team in poker.”
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