WSOP.com Spring Poker Series Offering Over $100K In Guarantees

Posted on April 24, 2017 - Last Updated on April 28, 2017

[toc]Players on WSOP.com can end April with a bang thanks to a poker tournament series featuring over $100,000 in guarantees. The site’s Spring Poker Series III tournament series kicked off on April 23 and continues through April 30.

Series culminates with $50,000 guaranteed Main Event

There are eight tournaments to choose from this week as part of the online poker tournament series, but the jewel in the crown of the Spring Poker Series III is the $50,000 guaranteed Main Event.

The Main Event will run on Sunday, April 30 at 6:00 p.m. PT. The event is a $200 buy-in tournament with rebuys and add-ons.

In addition to the large prize pool, the tournament will also award a WSOP.com Champion’s Ring to the winner. Similar in appearance to the WSOP Circuit ring, the Champion’s Rings are reserved for winners of the site’s biggest online events.

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Other online poker tournaments feature low buy-ins

Like the Main Event, Sunday’s opening¬†tournament featured a $200 buy-in. Those two events are the highest buy-in tournaments on the schedule. The other tournaments range in buy-in from $10 to $100.

Here is a look at the remaining Spring Poker Series III tournament schedule. Each tournament begins at 6 p.m. PT:

  • Monday, April 24 – $7,500 GTD $50 buy-in no-limit hold’em
  • Tuesday, April 25 – $5,000 GTD $20 buy-in no-limit hold’em turbo with rebuys and add-ons
  • Wednesday, April 26 – $5,000 GTD $50 buy-in PLO with rebuys and add-ons
  • Thursday, April 27 – $4,000 GTD $10 buy-in no-limit hold’em with rebuys and add-ons
  • Friday, April 28 – $5,000 GTD $30 buy-in no-limit hold’em turbo with rebuys and add-ons
  • Saturday, April 29 – $10,000 GTD $100 buy-in six-handed no-limit hold’em with rebuys and add-ons
  • Sunday, April 30 – $50,000 GTD $200 buy-in Main Event

All told, the series offers $115,000 in guarantees.

Series last chance to practice before WSOP begins

The guarantees are not the only reason players might be drawn to the online poker series. The event will be one of the last chances to get in multi-table tournament practice on WSOP.com before the 2017 World Series of Poker (WSOP) gets underway next month.

The WSOP is the world’s biggest annual live poker festival, but this year the online component of the series is bigger than ever. Starting in 2015, the event began offering an online bracelet event. The tournaments started on WSOP.com, then played out the final table live at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

This year, there will be two big changes on the online bracelet front. First of all, the online bracelet events will play out entirely online. The second big change is the expansion from a single online bracelet event to three.

The flagship online bracelet event is a $1,000 buy-in tournament. One of the new events, The Little Grind, is a $333 buy-in event which gives smaller stakes grinders a chance at poker’s most prestigious piece of jewelry. This event runs on June, 3 at 3:33 p.m.

The flagship event is back and runs on July 7 at 2 p.m. There is also a new online bracelet events for higher stakes. The $3,333 buy-in Big Grind plays on July 1 at 3:33 p.m.

Those events are still a few weeks away, but the Spring series is a good opportunity to scope out the competition, familiarize yourself with the WSOP.com client, and pick up a ring to go along with your bracelet.

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Jessica Welman is a longtime member of the poker media. She has worked as a tournament reporter for the World Poker Tour, co-hosted a podcast for Poker Road, and served as the managing editor for WSOP.com. A graduate of the University of Southern California and Indiana University, Welman is not only a writer but also a producer. She has been involved for livestreams for the WSOP and WPT and worked as a consultant on many other poker productions. She can be found on Twitter @jesswelman.

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