WSOP Poker championship 2017
Every year there are many poker championships taking place. The championships are organized by different organizations which are on local and global level.
One of the most popular poker championship is for sure the Wold Series of Poker championship. This championship is also know as WSOP.
As it is happening every year, the WSOP also took place in 2017. In the event it self there are big number of events happening which makes this championship one of the most interesting among the players. On the other hand the prize pool in this championship are quite interesting and they can over a dozen of million. This prize pools makes the WSOP championship very popular among the players.
For sure every poker lover would like to play on WSOP and win some of those money. However, that is not really that easy since the WSOP players are probably the elite of the poker players world. Some of them are playing poker professionally, but still there are players who play this as hobby and they still make good amount of money on this tournaments.
If you really want to start learning poker, you should start with the basic poker tutorials and than gradually move to next levels. Do not forget, you will need to invest quite some of your time in to this, but than still – it will be for sure great fun for!
Looking at the WSOP 2017 events, we can point out several events that had prize pool over million usd:
- High Roller for One Drop No Limit Hold’em – over $ 13,000,000.00
- $1,500 No Limit Hold’em – over $2,000,000.00
- $10,000 Heads Up No Limit Hold’em Championship – over $1,000,000.00
- $365 The Giant No Limit Hold’em – over $3,000,000.00
The WSOP 2017 main event drew over 7000 players, or to be exact 7,221 players. This was the largest field since 2010.
The SWOP 2017 the event was held on May 31-July 22 at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada and was the 48th annual World Series of Poker (WSOP).
The $10,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event began on July 8 with the first of three starting flights. The Main Event drew 7,221 players, the largest field since 2010. The top 1,084 players finished in the money. Each player at the final table earned $1,000,000, with the winner earning $8,150,000.