The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is going to Sydney for the first run through with The Star Sydney to have a WSOP Circuit Event from 22 November to 12 December 2016. Involving 11 competitions in 21 days including the $2,000 Main Event, players won't just have the opportunity to go after enormous prize cash yet champs of each of the occasion will win a prized official WSOP gold ring.
Two players – the Main Event victor and the general Casino Champion – will likewise win a seat into the 2017 WSOP Global Casino Championship, which is an authority WSOP gold wrist trinket occasion and brags an ensured US$1 million prize pool. Club Champion will be the player that accumulates the most focuses in light of their exhibitions over the 11 official WSOP ring occasions on the calendar. The WSOP is the most perceived and venerated competition mark in poker. In the first place held in 1970 when Las Vegas symbol Benny Binion welcomed seven of the nation's best players to contend over a progression of money diversions, it has since advanced into a yearly celebration of poker with the 2016 WSOP pulling in more than 100,000 players crosswise over 69 wrist trinket occasions at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
The WSOP Circuit was included 2005 and will this season highlight 22 affirmed stops over the US, while the WSOP International Circuit appeared a year ago with stops in Italy, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Morocco and Canada. "We are always searching for alluring chances to extend the WSOP portfolio and taking a WSOP International Circuit Event to the delightful city of Sydney surprisingly lingers as one of our most energizing declarations of 2016," said WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart. Sydney's WSOP Circuit Event will likewise speak to the main real competition arrangement to be held in The Star's fresh out of the plastic new poker room.
Straight from the late Sydney Championships which pulled in more than 2,000 players and an aggregate prize pool of more than $2.5 million, the new Poker room at The Star brags 40 tables and can situate up to 400 players at any one time. "The WSOP name has been in charge of a hefty portion of poker's most prominent minutes so it's fitting that The Star is facilitating this awesome occasion in our recently remodeled Poker space interestingly," said The Star agent Damian Quayle, Chief Operating Officer of Gaming.
"The Star's Poker offices are world-class and conveys the ideal stage to see the a portion of the greatest players on the planet in real life. Set nearby the wonderful Sydney Harbor and under the popular WSOP pennant, this competition arrangement guarantees to be something extraordinary."