December’s WSOP Bracelet Chasings in the Bahamas

WSOP in the Bahamas

WSOP 2023 in Las Vegas is slowly coming to an end, but it will return later this year. The World Series of Poker organisers have exciting news about an additional stage in the Bahamas. 

Between 3 and 14 December, fifteen gold bracelets will be up for grabs in this heavenly corner of the planet. The big-name player and GGPoker most famed ambassador, Daniel Negreanu (aka KidPoker), happily shared this update the other day on Twitter:

The complete festival schedule is yet to be revealed, but we already have information about fantastic tourneys valued at $50K and $100K. The Bahamian islands have previously hosted massive live poker series, among which is PCA (which stands for PokerStars Caribbean Adventure). However, the WSOP will make its debut on the island.

The Main Event requires a $5,000 buy-in but has an impressive warranty of $15,000,000. Additionally, the schedule includes exciting events like the Mystery Bounty, GGMillion, and two PLO tournaments.

According to Negreanu, GG is thrilled to introduce WSOP Paradise, inviting hundreds of poker enthusiasts from across the globe to visit Atlantis Paradise Island in December of this year. Well, it promises to be an extraordinary experience, featuring top-notch poker set amidst one of the planet's most lavish resorts.

By the way, KidPoker hasn't won WSOP tournaments for quite some time, but perhaps the tides will turn in the Bahamas. What do you reckon?

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I’ve been working in the Cardmates team since 2018. Started playing poker the same way most people usually do – socially, with friends and fellow students. I adored those exciting poker nights but never thought my life would be connected with this game, even tangentially.
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