Fresh off a huge online Super Circuit to end March (more on that later), WSOP.com moves straight into its next big tournament series — the Spring Online Championships — starting April 1 and running through May 3, 2020 for all those inside the borders of Delaware, Nevada and New Jersey.
The Spring Online Championships features over $4 million in guarantees and includes over 100 events, plus daily tournaments and a 12-event warmup series. Buy-ins range from $10 all the way up to $1,000.
Every Sunday of the Spring Online Championships, from April 5 through April 26, WSOP.com hosts the Sunday Special Edition. These No-Limit Hold’em events with a $215 or $320 buy-in always carry a guarantee of at least $100,000. And after they’ve wrapped up, the final Sunday of the series, May 3, is the Main Event – a $525 buy-in tourney with a $300,000 guarantee.
One of the highlights of the Spring Online Championships are two Player Appreciation tournaments, held April 26 and May 3 at 1:00 pm PT. These “$100 for $100K” events each has a $100 buy-in, a guaranteed prize pool of $100,000, and added prizes randomly awarded to players who participate. Players are entered into a drawing for one of the following:
2 winners – $500 cash each
4 winners – $250 cash each
10 winners – $100 cash each
The first four days (April 1-4) feature 12 “warmup” events with buy-ins ranging from $30 to $100. And there are daily events with a $15,000 guarantee.
Other highlights include the Special Tuesday Showdown ($500 buy-in and $75,000 guarantee), High Roller events with a $1,000 buy-in, and the $500 buy-in PLO High Roller with a $40,000 guarantee. Smaller events are offered in both PLO and PLO-8. Many of the big events will have rake-free, “all-in” satellites.
Click here for a full schedule of events and other information about the WSOP.com Spring Online Championship.
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The Spring Online Championships come on the heels of the record-breaking WSOP.com Online Super Circuit. The 18-event series running March 14 – 31 featured 18 WSOP Circuit ring events – the most ever for an online Circuit series.
The series guaranteed a total of $1.24 million with each of the 18 ring events guaranteeing between $30,000 and $200,000. Every guarantee was met and 12 of the 18 were at least tripled. The series ended up awarding a grand total of $3,945,350 for an average of $219,186 per event. The largest prizepool came in Event 16: $525 Main Event, which drew 1,134 entries and generated a $567,000 prizepool.