WSOP Returns to Tallinn with an Interesting Schedule

WSOP Returns to Tallinn with an Interesting Schedule

Poker fans in Northern Europe prepare for an exciting summer after the announcement that World Series of Poker Circuit, WSOP, returns to Tallinn. The WSOP partners with GG Poker and the Olybet Group to host the WSOP Circuit event from July 19 to 28 at the Hilton Hotel and the Olympic Park Casino.

Once again, taking the lead in bringing this esteemed tournament to Northern Europe, the renowned OlyBet Group is responsible for coordinating the region’s top-tier poker festivals, including Kings of Tallinn. With twelve World Series of Poker ring events scheduled and a guaranteed main event prize pool of one million euros (about $1.0776 million), thousands of poker fans worldwide will attend in Tallinn.

To provide players with plenty of chances to win a spot at the WSOP Circuit Tallinn festival, OlyBet Poker will host online satellites on the GG Poker Network in the days before the event. Thanks to live satellites that will be accessible in Olympic Casinos, everyone in the Baltics and Slovakia may enjoy the excitement of this renowned event. Fans can catch the live streams of poker matches.

According to poker news reports, the World Series of Poker (WSOP) gold ring, which grants entrance into the prestigious 2025 WSOP Tournament of Champions, is awarded to winners of ring events and cash awards. At last, after a whole year of major tournaments showcasing the best poker players in the world, this event brings together the best players.

WSOP Returns to Tallinn

WSOP Returns to Tallinn with an Interesting ScheduleAccording to bookie pay per head software experts, there will be over 40 side events and Cash Games. Thus, the 10-day festival will be nonstop action and excitement. Proceeds from the 2024 WSOPC Tallinn will go toward a €1 million guaranteed Main Event, with an entry fee of €1,500 ($1,614), continuing the tradition started last year. The event will comprise 12 ring-awarding events in different forms and permutations.

Female poker players now have the chance to compete for the WSOPC championship title in a brand new No-Limit Hold’em Ladies Event, which is part of the program and costs €250 ($269). OlyBet will host a live freeroll satellite for the Ladies Event, with five €250 tickets guaranteed. This program demonstrates the operator’s dedication to diversity and the creation of new avenues for female athletes to participate.

WSOP Buy-Ins

With buy-ins ranging from €150 ($161) to €3,000 ($3,230), the WSOP Tallinn side events will include a varied range of poker types to suit the preferences of all players. There ought to be something for everyone in this year’s competition, with categories ranging from Pot-Limit SVITEN to Open Face Chinese. Event planners in the Estonian capital aim to top last year’s triumph and set the stage for even bigger things. WSOP will also hold online poker tournaments soon.

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