Almost $14,000,000 in WCOOP Main Events at PokerStars on Sunday

PokerStars Main Events of WCOOP on October 1st

​The World Championship of Online Poker 2023 series is approaching its finals on PokerStars. At the end of this week, something grand awaits the participants of the online festival – six Main Events on Holdem and Omaha disciplines.

On Sunday, October 1st, there will be three most important tournaments in NLH format and three more in PLO format. The total amount of prizes to be won in all MEs is $13,950,000.

WCOOP Main Events Schedule (October 1st)

Start time (GMT)EventBuy-inGTD
16:30WCOOP 98-L Main Event NLH$109$2 500 000
16:30WCOOP 98-M Main Event NLH$1 050$4 000 000
16:30WCOOP 98-H NLH Championship$10 300$6 000 000
19:05WCOOP 100-L Main Event PLO$109$200 000
19:05WCOOP 100-M Main Event PLO$1 050$500 000
19:05WCOOP 100-H Main Event PLO Championship$10 300$750 000
The most important Event with 6 million GTD
The most important Event with 6 million GTD

On the first day of the $10,300 buy-in NLH Championship event, participants will play 15 levels. The tournament will then pause and resume on October 2nd until there are 40 players left in the game. After that, on October 3rd, the final table of 9 players will be formed, who will continue the fight for the title the next day.

During the week, you can qualify using satellites and step-satellites starting at $0.55. Also, owners of Power Path bronze, silver and gold passes will be able to exchange them for tickets to Main Events.

The reigning WCOOP Main Event champion is Portugal's Luis Faria, who took home $1,293,825 last year. And Tyson Marks, who won a record $2,278,097 in prize money in 2010, can boast of the biggest win in such an event of this series.

Good luck this Sunday! 🍀

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