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The WSOP 2022 Event

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is a series of poker tournaments held annually in Las Vegas and, since 2004, sponsored by Caesars Entertainment mainly and is held at various casinos in Las Vegas and other locations around the United States, and it’s open to anyone who can afford to buy-in. Additionally, the WSOP 2022 event runs from July 3-16, 2022.

 It dates its origins to 1970 when Benny Binion invited seven of the best-known poker players to the Horseshoe Casino for a single tournament. During this tournament, there’s a set start and stop time, and a winner is determined by a secret ballot of the seven players.

Growth of the World Series of Poker (WSOP)

Starting in 2005, an annual tournament in Europe (WSOPE) has been launched. Since 2007, satellites have been held to the WSOP that offer the winners seats to the main event, replacing the former money-added small buy-in satellite tournament structure.

Additionally, the winner of each event receives a World Series of Poker bracelet. Plus, a monetary prize based on the number of entrants and buy-in amounts. Over the years, the tournament has grown in both the number of events. Then, the number of participants. Each year, the WSOP culminates with the $10,000 no-limit hold ’em “Main Event,”. Which, since 2004, has attracted entrants numbering in the thousands. Also, the victor receives a multi-million dollar cash prize and a bracelet, which has become the most coveted award.

The tourney is broken up into several events: no-limit Texas hold ’em and seven-card stud are the two most popular, but there are also events for pot-limit Omaha, 2-7 triple draw, HORSE (which stands for Hold ’em, Omaha eight/better), Razz (a form of lowball poker), H.O.R.S.E., and more.

The WSOP has a prize pool that has grown every year since its inception in 1970; the 2019 prize pool was $180 million dollars! Additionally, the series will culminate with the Tournament of Champions, a freeroll with a $1 million prize pool open to the year’s bracelet and circuit ring winners and in WSOP 2022 the prize pool increased to $10,000,000.

When is the WSOP 2022 Main Event?

Firstly, The WSOP 2022 Main Event runs from July 3-16, 2022. Additionally, there will be four starting flights in this year’s Main Event, with five 90-minute levels played on Day 1 with cards in the air from 11 a.m. Furthermore, late registration closes two levels into Day 2 (approx. 2p.m.)

All starting fields will combine for the first time on Saturday, July 9 for Day 3, and play down to a final table on Day 7 on Wednesday, July 13. The traditional day off returns to the schedule, before the WSOP 2022 Main Event champion is crowned across two days – Friday, July 15 and Saturday, July 16.

Where will the WSOP 2022 be held?

The WSOP 2022 will be held at the Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas Hotels & Casinos in, Nevada. The new Strip location will be a completely new experience for poker players. Also, with the Series having taken place at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino for the last 17 years.

WSOP 2022 Schedule Main Events

Sunday, July 3

WSOP Main Event Day 1a

Monday, July 4

WSOP Main Event Day 1b

Tuesday, July 5

WSOP Main Event Day 1c

Wednesday, July 6

WSOP Main Event Day 1d

Thursday, July 7

WSOP Main Event Day 2ab

Friday, July 8

WSOP Main Event Day 2cd

Saturday, July 9

WSOP Main Event Day 3

Sunday, July 10

WSOP Main Event Day 4

Monday, July 11

WSOP Main Event Day 5

Tuesday, July 12

WSOP Main Event Day 6

Wednesday, July 13

WSOP Main Event Day 7

Thursday, July 14

Friday, July 15

WSOP Main Event Final Table

Saturday, July 16

WSOP Main Event Final Table

Who won the WSOP 2022 Main Event?

Norwegian Espen Jorstad Secures $10 Million Win as the WSOP 2022 Main Event Champion. In a thrilling final day at Paris & Bally’s, Las Vegas. Jorstad battled through a field of 8,663 players, the second-largest in WSOP history, and defeated Australian Adrian Attenborough in a heads-up showdown.

Attenborough’s impressive performance earned him $6,000,000. While Michael Duek, who finished in third place, took home $4,000,000.

Jorstad’s victory makes him the first Norwegian to win the WSOP 2022 Main Event. Surpassing compatriot Felix Stephensen who finished as runner-up in 2014. Additionally, Jorstad now sits at the top of the Norwegian all-time money list, cementing his place as one of the country’s most successful poker players.

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