US Poker Open Invites High Stake Players to PokerGo
The most anticipated US Poker Open will begin this Thursday under the $10,000 buy-in-No-Limit Hold’em event at the PokerGo studio at the Aria. This will be the first of all 12 tournaments leading up to $50,000 and will go till June 14.
The final table of this match will have a live broadcast for those who subscribed to the video service PokerGo.
This US Poker Open event is part of the PokerGo Tour, a high-stake tournament series where only top-ranking players will play. The winner for this season will get Players of the Year along with the prize money of a $100,000 bonus.
The excitement towards this Poker event is relatively high since in 2020, the event wasn’t held due to the ongoing pandemic. In 2019, David Peters had won a $100,000 Main Event with the prize money of $1.2 million.
Schedule and Information
The Poker Open will begin with a $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em. From June 4, there will be daily streaming of PokerGo for subscribers. The schedule of the Poker Open includes-
- Thursday- $10,000 No-limit Hold’em
- Friday- $10,000 Pot-limit Omaha
- Saturday: $10,000 No-limit Hold’em
- Sunday: $10,000 Big Bet Mix
- Monday: $10,000 No-limit Hold’em
- Tuesday: $10,000 8-Game
- Wednesday: $10,000 No-limit Hold’em
- Thursday: $10,000 Pot-limit Omaha
- Friday: $10,000 No-limit Hold’em
- Saturday: $10,000 Short Deck
- Sunday: $25,000 No-limit Hold’em
- Monday: $50,000 No-limit Hold’em
This year, Poker fans have more in the store as the organizers have partnered with SuperDraft- the fantasy sports company that will increase the rooting interest for those who don’t own any bankroll to invest $10k or more.
Some of the top players confirmed to play this year are- Randall Emmett, Jake Schindler, Sam Soverel, Chris Brewer, Alex Foxen, and others.