Upcoming WSOP Circuit tournament in Oklahoma offers big prizes

Upcoming WSOP Circuit tournament in Oklahoma offers big prizes

The series offers a lot of options for players to take home cash

Tulsa, OK, will now be the next stop on the long-running 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) tour. Americas Cardroom players near the area between August 17 and 29 can make a strategic stop at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, where part of the US Circuit season will take place. The 12 days are destined to be action-packed with some very juicy prizes for the pockets of those who emerge victorious.

During the almost two full weeks, the tournament will offer a total of 40 events, including the No-Limit Hold’em Championship, scheduled to start on Friday 26 and end on Monday 29. That weekend will undoubtedly attract a large number of participants in search of perhaps one of the biggest prizes of the stop. It will also include 13 official WSOP Circuit Ring events, as well as an exclusive event for the women in the community and two Seniors No Limit Hold’em events.

Organizers have indicated that $135 and $1,700 are the ranges between which tickets for the events will range. On the other hand, the buy-ins for the satellite qualifiers range from $70 to $250. It was also made clear that the top five players who manage to accumulate the most hours earned in live poker between now and Monday at Hard Rock Tulsa will have a direct pass to the Circuit’s Main Event.

August each year always marks the start of the WSOP Circuit events, both in the US and around the world. This series of poker tournaments usually ends the following summer with a $1,000,000 Global Casino Championship, where the winner wins a WSOP gold bracelet.

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