WSOP Online to Offer Largest Spring OC Series in April

WSOP Online to Offer Largest Spring OC Series in April

One could assume that the crew at WSOP.com is inspired by the recent success of its WSOP Online Super Circuit Series. It was a last-minute offering when the World Series of Poker was forced to cancel its WSOP Circuit stops domestically and internationally for several months. They very quickly put together an online series for players in New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware.

Every one of the 18 events surpassed its guarantee by quite a lot; most of the events tripled their guarantees. The series that originally guaranteed $1.24 million in prize pools ended out paying out a total of $3,945,350 in prize money.

Within days of that series ending, the World Series of Poker executives compiled the Spring Online Championships for April.

The series is nothing new for WSOP.com, but the schedule and its guarantees are higher than any series in the past. Chalk it up to being the only regulated online poker in Nevada and Delaware (and one of few in New Jersey) while every casino is closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Spring OC Series Details

This is a big series for WSOP.com. In fact, it’s big by the standards of any online poker site in the new US regulated market.

The Spring Online Championships will offer 112 tournaments in all and $4 million in guarantees.

The action starts with the Spring OC Warmup series of 12 tournaments with buy-ins ranging from $30 to $250. This kicked off on April 1 with three events per day from Wednesday through Saturday.

On Sunday, April 5, the official Spring OC begins. The first day of action gives an idea of what is in store for players:

–Event 1:  $30 NLHE with rebuy and add-on ($30K GTD)

–Event 2:  $215 NLHE Sunday Special Edition with reentry ($100K GTD)

–Event 3:  $55 NLHE Sunday 50 with rebuy and add-on ($50K GTD)

And finally, on the last day, Sunday, May 3, there will be a Main Event, Player Appreciation Event, and more.

–Event 93:  $50 NLHE Special Sunday Deepstack with rebuy and add-on ($20K GTD)

–Event 94:  $100 NLHE Player Appreciation with reentry ($100K GTD & added prizes)

–Event 95:  $525 NLHE Main Event with reentry ($300K GTD)

–Event 96:  $215 NLHE Freezeout ($30K GTD)

–Event 97:  $55 NLHE Sunday 50 with rebuy and add-on ($50K GTD)

–Event 98:  $1K NLHE High Roller with reentry ($50K GTD)

–Event 99:  $500 PLO High Roller 6-Max with reentry ($40K GTD)

–Event 100:  $100 NLHE Deepstack Turbo with reentry ($25K GTD)

The above-listed Player Appreciation tournament is one of two – the first one on April 26 – also labeled $100 for $100K events. Cash prizes will be added and awarded randomly:

2 winners = $500 cash each

4 winners = $250 cash each

10 winners = $100 cash each

The winner of the Main Event (highlighted above) also wins a champion’s belt

Players will find satellites for all of the events in the series, but there will be rake-free all-in satellites for the bigger events.

The full schedule is listed on the WSOP website.

WSOP officials also noted that players who previously deposited or withdrew from their WSOP online accounts at any Caesars casino now have other options. Those are:

Deposits:  eCheck ACH, Visa debit or credit, Mastercard debit or credit, Discover debit or credit, PayPal, PayNearMe

Withdrawals:  eCheck ACH, PayPal

 

About Jennifer Newell

Jennifer began writing about poker while working at the World Poker Tour in the mid-2000s. Since then, her freelance writing career has taken her from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back to her hometown of St. Louis, where she now lives with her two dogs. She continues to follow the poker world as she also launches a new subscription box company and finishes her first novel. Jennifer has written for numerous publications including PokerStars.com and has followed the US poker and gaming market closely for the last 15 years. Follow Jen on Twitter

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