The World Series of Poker has come to the United States, and there are more people going into Las Vegas this year than ever before. As the leader in live poker tournaments, there is little wonder that the World Series of Poker is becoming a must-attend event for poker players everywhere. Each year, the World Series of Poker offers tens of thousands of dollars to the best poker players in the world, and with this event in Las Vegas, you’ll want to be sure to check it out. Each year the event offers a different tournament with players from around the world battling it out to see who will win the cash prize. Some players are well known, but there are also some names that haven’t been talked about much. Here’s a rundown of some of the players you’ll see at the World Series of Poker 2020.
Open: The winner of the Open is given a tournament license by the Professional and Amateur Poker Players Association, allowing him or her to compete in any other sanctioned tournament. Generally speaking, the Open is for beginner players who may not yet be well established enough to compete in large tourneys. As such, it’s one of the best tournaments available at the World Series of Poker. There are three Open events at the World Series of Poker each year, which means that you have a lot of opportunity to qualify. You can find the tournament schedule on the World Series of Poker website.
No Limit: For some, No Limit is the only way to play poker. This tournament is for players who do not wish to participate in the traditional event. It takes place in an unpermitted venue and is meant for people who don’t want to have to pay entry fees. Unlike the Open, there are only three events at the World Series of Poker for this tournament format. These include the No Limit Hold’em, No Limit Classic, and No Limit Super. The most lucrative tournament in the No Limit tournament is the No Limit Super because of its complexity. Everyplayer can win hundreds of thousands of dollars, so if you’re a no limit player looking for a chance to play for a really big pot, this tournament is a great choice.