We’re just two weeks away from the 2021 WSOP – are you ready to get in on the action through Pokercode Powered by GGPoker?
The Series begins on Sunday, August 1, and will run through Sunday, September 12, following on the heels of the USA-facing bracelet events on WSOP.com for the second straight year. In 2020, the International WSOPxGGPoker series featured 54 bracelet events that generated $147 million in total prize pools.
While the schedule for the 2021 series has yet to be announced, Pokercode Powered by GGPoker is the best place to begin your quest for a WSOP gold bracelet. Events will be featuring buy-ins as low as $400 (or less) with satellites also sure to be running. Of course, plenty of high-stakes action will be spread as well, and last year’s popular “Players’ Choice” events are expected to return too for even more fun this time around.
Team Pokercode’s members are no stranger to the bright lights and finding success on poker’s biggest stages, WSOP included. In fact, the team’s head coach roster of Fedor Holz, Matthias Eibinger, Simon Rønnøw, and Steffen Sontheimer have combined live earnings of greater than $50 million with plenty more online winnings to add to that total.
Pokercode Founder and Head Coach Fedor Holz was a 2020 Online WSOP Bracelet winner, taking down Event #28: $25,000 Heads-Up NL Hold’em for $1.077 million. Additionally, Pokercode Grindhouse member Florian “Gaugi” Gaugusch also had his breakthrough party during the 2020 WSOP with a runner-up finish in Event #34: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship good for $172,493.
Our team has been hard at work providing regular training sessions to prepare our community members for the upcoming series and ensure everybody is as ready as possible to chase the prestigious gold bracelets of 2021. If you want to be a part of our community and truly change the way you think about the game of poker, it is not too late to join and gain full access to our entire content library.
Just two months ago, Pokercode Powered by GGPoker also played host to the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series, which spanned the entire month of May and featured $100 million in guaranteed prize pools and saw Mario Mosboeck win a WSOPC ring.
WSOP has announced that only 33 bracelets will be up for grabs for this year’s 2021 Online version, down from the 54 that were awarded last year; nonetheless, record-breaking field sizes are expected for the second straight year of the online series.
GGPoker Head of Poker Operations Steve Preiss also spoke of his expectations, both for the summer and this fall’s return to Las Vegas for a live, full-length WSOP: “When GGPoker & WSOP partnered in 2020, we broke world records. Our plans for 2021 are to offer even more to our customers. With massive tournaments, WSOP gold bracelets & rings, and a route into the live WSOP Main Event in November, we hope players will love what we have in store for them.”
Of course, we expect to celebrate plenty of Pokercode success in all upcoming series. Best of luck!
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