WSOP 2021

WSOP 2021

In 2021, the WSOP is being held in three stages, two of which have already ended – they took place on two top online poker platforms, namely WSOP.com and GGPoker. It is now a matter for the most interesting part: live series in Las Vegas.

From September 30 to November 23, Las Vegas will “accommodate” the 52nd World Series of Poker 2021. The championship will have 88 live tournaments, each featuring a gold bracelet.

This year's WSOP will grant gold bracelets in tournaments with buy-ins ranging from $500 to $250 000. The most expensive will be the $250 000 Super High Roller that kicks off on November 18. The most affordable, in turn, will be The Reunion worth $500.

The Event #88, that is, 8-Handed No-Limit Hold'em tournament, was chosen to close the series. Participation will cost you $5 000, and this will be the last chance to get the gold bracelet.

88 tournaments will be held in the following disciplines:

  • 51 Hold'em events (no limit, limit and short deck).
  • 13 Mixed Game events (8 games, HORSE, etc.).
  • 13 Omaha events (Pot Limit Omaha, Omaha Hi/Lo and Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo).
  • 6 Stud events (Seven Card Stud, Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo, and Razz).
  • 5 Draw Poker events (2-7 single draw, 2-7 triple draw and triple draw mix).

Two Main Events

It was important for organizers that as many poker players as possible take part in the Main Event. For that end, there will be the $1 000 Mini Maine held in addition to the basic $10 000 Maine Event.

Non-Standard Tournaments 

  • October 1: The Reunion with a $5 000 000 guarantee.
  • October 5: $25 000 Heads Up No-Limit Hold'em Championship. To note, the buy-in was increased by 2.5x.
  • October 10: $1 000 Flip and Go from GGPoker. For the first time, Flip&Go tournament will be played live.
  • October 27-28: $1 000 Seniors. There will be two starting flights for age players.
  • November 17: Poker Hall of Fame Bounty. To celebrate the opening of the Poker Hall of Fame in 1979, all active members of the elite club will receive a free seat in the $1 979 tournament, but everyone can join this event. On the same day, a new member of the Hall of Fame will be announced.
  • November 19: PLO tournament with a record high buy-in – $50 000.

WSOP 2021 Highlights

  • Dates and venue: September 30 to November 23, 2021 at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas.
  • Number of events: 88 live tournaments.
  • Tournament buy-ins: $500 – $250 000.
  • Main Events: $10 000 Main Event and $1 000 Mini Main Event.
  • Most expensive tournament: $250 000 Super High Roller NLH.

To look at the full WSOP 2021 Schedule, visit the World Series of Poker official website. Read on the best news about the WSOP 2021 in our dedicated storyline.

Storylines materials
Michael Addamo captures $50 000 WSOP High Roller bracelet event
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Michael Addamo captures $50 000 WSOP High Roller bracelet event
Australian high roller Michael Addamo has won his third WSOP bracelet in the WSOP 2021 Event #38. In addition, he also earned $1 132 960 in prize money.
Israeli player Ran Koller won his first WSOP bracelet
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Israeli player Ran Koller won his first WSOP bracelet
Israeli poker player Ran Koller became the champion of WSOP 2021 Event #33: Eight-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack and earned $269 470.
Phil Hellmuth missed his 17th bracelet
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Phil Hellmuth missed his 17th bracelet
Phil Hellmuth was one step away from another victory at WSOP. He missed his 17th bracelet in heads-up battle.
Michael Noori won WSOP Monster Stack tournament for $1 500
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Michael Noori won WSOP Monster Stack tournament for $1 500
American player Michael Noori won Event #30: $1 500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em tournament at WSOP 2021 and earned $610 430.
American player Dylan Weisman won his first WSOP bracelet
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American player Dylan Weisman won his first WSOP bracelet
US poker player Dylan Weisman became the champion of Event #28: $1 000 Pot-Limit Omaha bracelet tournament at WSOP 2021 and earned $166 460.
Anthony Zinno won his 4th WSOP bracelet
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Anthony Zinno won his 4th WSOP bracelet
American pro Anthony Zinno became the champion of Event #27: $1 500 H.O.R.S.E at WSOP 2021 and won his fourth bracelet, as well as $160 630 of prize money.
Chance Kornuth wins his third WSOP bracelet in Short Deck Event
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Chance Kornuth wins his third WSOP bracelet in Short Deck Event
In addition to the gold bracelet, for first place Chance Kornuth also won $194 670 in prize money.
Phil Hellmuth won 16th WSOP bracelet
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Phil Hellmuth won 16th WSOP bracelet
Hellmuth's hunt for the 16th bracelet was crowned with success. The poker player won Lowball Draw tournament.
DJ Alexander wins the first ever Live WSOP Flip&Go event
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DJ Alexander wins the first ever Live WSOP Flip&Go event
The WSOP 2021 hosted the first ever live Flip&Go tournament. The winner won as much as $181 000...
John Monette won the fourth WSOP bracelet
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John Monette won the fourth WSOP bracelet
US poker player John Monette won WSOP Event #16: $10 000 Limit Hold'em Championship bracelet event and earned $245 680.
Car dealership owner outplayed Shaun Deeb and won WSOP bracelet
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Car dealership owner outplayed Shaun Deeb and won WSOP bracelet
Car dealership owner won the second WSOP bracelet. His first victory took place at WSOP 2016.
Hellmuth finished fifth in WSOP event
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Hellmuth finished fifth in WSOP event
Phil Hellmuth continues to hunt for the 16th bracelet. However in WSOP Event #9, he finished fifth.
Jason Koon won bracelet in WSOP heads-up championship
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Jason Koon won bracelet in WSOP heads-up championship
Koon became the winner of $25 000 tournament at WSOP 2021. Jason beat Hungary's participant Gabor Szabo in the heads-up.
DNeg’s VLOG at the WSOP 2021
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DNeg’s VLOG at the WSOP 2021
Daniel Negreanu has set off to the 2021 WSOP to hunt for another gold bracelet. In doing so, he covers the most interesting events of the series in the video blog.