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    WSOP Launches with Female Winner WSOP Launches with Female Winner

    The World Series of Poker is here again. This year's tournament kicked off on May 31 and is expected to run through June 20, 2022. Notable names like Phil Ivey, a ten-time bracelet winner, have already registered for events. Movie star Vince Vaughn will feature as the inaugural Master of Ceremonies.

    WSOP Launches #RoadToTheTable Initiative WSOP Launches #RoadToTheTable Initiative

    Technology and poker have come in perfect sync once more, as the World Series of Poker (WSOP) has teamed up with Playtika for an initiative that'll see 14 social media influencers compete against each other to become a "WSOP Legend." The #RoadToTheTable campaign will commence in the US this week, with several phases in the mix.

    WSOP Releases Schedule for the 2022 TournamentWSOP Releases 2022 Tournament Schedule

    The World Series of Poker has released the event schedule for the upcoming 53rd WSOP. Last year it was announced that the prestigious tournament, which had been held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino for 17 years, would be moving to Bally's (soon-to-be Horseshoe) in 2022.

    Koray Aldemir Wins WSOP Main EventKoray Aldemir wins WSOP Main Event

    German poker player Koray Aldemir emerged winner of the 52nd WSOP Main Event. The 31-year-old won his first-ever bracelet and the top prize of $8 million. The event, which had a $10,000 buy-in and 6,650 entries, generated a prize pool of over $62 million.

    The WSOP Picks up the Pace as the Main Event Rounds OffWSOP Main Event comes to a conclusion

    The 52nd WSOP began on September 30th and will run through November 23rd. The event, which is currently being held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, is more than halfway through to the end as the Main Event is almost on its final day. A total of 6,650 players entered the 2021 WSOP main event, which began on November 4th.

    The 52nd WSOP Continues at Las Vegas with 6th Event52nd WSOP in Las Vegas

    The World Series of Poker is already five days in, and today, October 5, the $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em Final was held. This event is known for its super high stakes Poker action. It has a cap of 64 players and only attracts the most elite bunch. The 8-Handed game was a 3-day event that began on October 2.

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