World Series of Poker Making A 2021 Comeback
Following a hiatus that has lasted more than two years, the World Series of Poker will be returning to Las Vegas in 2021. The Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas will play host to the championships which will kick off on Thursday, the 30th of September 2021. The action will continue right through to the 23rd of November, the Thanksgiving holiday. Online Poker and in-person registration for this event will open in August.
An Event Not To Be Missed
The event, which promises to offer a Poker reunion like no other, will include a jam-packed schedule of games. 88 gold bracelet events will make the 2021 World Series of Poker bigger and better than any other series that came before. The impressive Rio Convention Center which spans over 200,000 square foot will host this wide variety of tournaments with prize money ranging from just $400 to a staggering $250,000.
The World Series of Poker vice president and tournament director, Jack Effel says he is looking forward to welcoming everybody back to Las Vegas and the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. He ensures that the entire team at The World Series of Poker is working their hardest to ensure players have the best experience possible when the series returns after its 26-month absence. Ty Stewart, The World Series of Poker executive director, agrees, stating that this year will be one that is particularly memorable. He says that the team is preparing for a full house and that the 2021 World Series of Poker will be “the real deal”. He ensures that the event will include all the loved flagships as well as a wide variety of options for players.
CBS Sports To Broadcast The Event
The main event will be the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em World Championship which received more than 8,000 entrants for the second time in history when it was played last in 2019. This event will have four starting flights with play continuing through to the final table on Tuesday the 16th and Wednesday the 17th of November.
To ensure fans don’t miss a thing when watching each online Poker game, the event has a new broadcaster in CBS Sports. CBS will televise 18 of the different bracelet events, including at least 15 hours of coverage dedicated to the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em World Championship. This coverage will be produced exclusively for CBS by Poker Central.