Expect Even More Action at WSOP
The World Series of Poker 2023 is all set to be even bigger and even better than ever before, with added tournaments and a focus of bringing yet more recreational and casual Poker Players to the tables at the world's biggest poker event. The venue will remain the same and the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino will yet again be hosting this spectacular festival of poker, an event that will see new players grab their first bracelets, old faces attempting to do it all over again and plenty of shocks and surprises.
The 2023 WSOP will feature a huge 74 different tournaments, and one of the most exciting changes is the introduction of the Giant...which, at $365 entry fee will be the lowest ever priced WSOP bracelet event giving it the potential to become the biggest ever WSOP tournament played, in terms of players at tables. The Giant starts on June 9th and will have an immense 25 different starting sessions and players who make it through to Day 2 of the event will be rewarded with a cash prize. Featuring unlimited re-entries on Day 1 it really is tailored for the casual player and is all set to be enjoyed by so many.
Also making an appearance in 2023 will be the hugely popular Colossus event at just $565 to buy into, and we'll also see the excellent $1,500 Monster Stack event and the $1,500 Millionaire Maker that guarantees at least $1 million to the first place player. The 2023 WSOP Main Event will remain a $10,000 buy in with the November Nine format being stuck to for another year, and the biggest buy in of the year will be the massive $111,111 High Roller for One Drop Tournament which will no doubt attract some serious players, and some serious attention from the poker media. The Rio Hotel will be ready for the action in June, and that superb Giant Tournament will be attracting smaller players from all over the world, giving recreational players a shot at a WSOP bracelet.