The US Poker Open 2021 presented a schedule

The US Poker Open 2021

The US Poker Open returns in 2021 and you will find 12 high rollers tournaments on the schedule. The tournaments start in June and will take place in the Las Vegas PokerGo studio.

For the first time The US Open Poker championship was held in 2018, just a few months after the PokerGO studio opening. Since then, it has become one of the brightest high rollers events, alongside The Poker Masters, The Super High Roller Bowl and WSOP tournaments.

Each year the US Poker Open announces a series points champion. In 2018 Stephen Chidwick became a champion. Stephen won two tournaments in the series and got over $1 200 000. The following year David Peters became a champion: he managed to win the Main Event with a $100 000 buy-in.

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Last year, like most poker tournaments, the high roller tournaments were canceled due to COVID-19. The first two years the US Poker Open was held in the winter. But the COVID-19 restrictions were still a major problem this winter, so the series will take place in June.

This year's schedule includes 12 events with buy-ins from $10 000 to $50 000. The first tournament will be held on June 3rd. The buy-in is $10 000. The final tables of the US Poker Open 2021, like last year, will be streamed live for PokerGo subscribers.

During the 12-day series five different poker games will be played: NL Holdem, PLO, Big Bet Mix, Short Deck and 8-Game Mix:

NumberEventDateStarting Stack
1$10 000 No-Limit Hold’emJune 3
125 000
2$10 000 Pot-Limit OmahaJune 4125 000
3$10 000 No-Limit Hold’emJune 5125 000
4$10 000 Big Bet MixJune 6125 000
5$10 000 No-Limit Hold’emJune 7125 000
6$10 000 8-GameJune 8125 000
7$10 000 No-Limit Hold’emJune 9125 000
8$10 000 Pot-Limit OmahaJune 10125 000
9$10 000 No-Limit Hold’emJune 11125 000
10$10 000 Short DeckJune 12300 000
11$25 000 No-Limit Hold’emJune 13150 000
12$50 000 No-Limit Hold’emJune 14200 000

The buy-in for the first 10 events (June 4-12) is $10 000. On June 13th the tournament will be a $25 000 buy-in, the Main Event will be a $50 000 buy-in.

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