The World Series of Poker (WSOP) Super Circuit Series is scheduled to take place in London this July.
GGPoker will host the WSOP from July 27 to August 13 at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
The WSOP Super Circuit Series will feature a competition for fifteen known WSOP Circuit Gold Rings.
For the upcoming 2023–2024 WSOPC season’s first stop, information on four highlight events is currently available. The main event of the WSOP Super Circuit Series will be worth £3,000 ($3,700) plus £300.
A £500 + £60 Colossus, a £1,000 + £100 Mystery Million, and a £10,000 + £400 High Roller are additional big events. A final timetable and further information will be released soon.
Events in the series will include buy-ins ranging from £500 to £10,000, providing options for players with various bankrolls.
Players can qualify for the WSOP Super Circuit Series London for far less money than it would cost to register directly by participating in online satellite tournaments offered by GGPoker.
Recently, the newly rebranded Horseshoe Las Vegas Casino announced that the WSOP would take place there this summer.
On March 24, Horseshoe Las Vegas opened its doors after a year-long renovation.
The first Horseshoe Casino opened its doors in 1951 and the inaugural WSOP tournament took place there in 1970.
Meanwhile, the 2022 WSOP Europe took place at King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, from October 26 to November 16, with the Main Event beginning on November 11.