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The Year 2022 Ends With the Final Online WSOP Circuit Series in the United States

Players from the United States and throughout the world have several opportunities to end the year 2022 with a ring and a bankroll thanks to WSOP.com.

On Wednesday, a WSOP Circuit series kicks off in both Pennsylvania and Michigan, with a total of 24 rings up for grabs throughout the two states. It’s part of a larger web series called Circuit that launched on Sunday in areas all across the world, including Nevada, New Jersey, and Ontario, Canada.

Winners of both live and online Circuit events in 2023 will be automatically entered into the WSOP Tournament of Champions. A $1,000,000 freeroll was added for all 2017 WSOP and Circuit bracelet winners. The World Series of Poker (WSOP) will conclude with the Tournament of Champions, but the program for next summer’s poker extravaganza is yet TBD.

A hectic year for WSOP.com in the Americas comes to a conclusion with the December Circuit series. The 2022 year was marked by the opening of two new storefronts in Ontario and Michigan, as well as the regular occurrence of Circuit and bracelet series.

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High-stakes tournaments with buy-ins in the four-figure range are plentiful on the calendar for players in Nevada and New Jersey as part of a series called the “Super” Circuit Series. In this month, most of the world’s high rollers will be in Las Vegas for the World Poker Tour World Championship, and many of them will no doubt try their luck at WSOP.com.

The inaugural tournament on the WSOP Online Circuit took place in New Jersey and Nevada and was a $500 No-Limit Hold’em tournament with 200 entries and a total prize pool of $146,000 thanks to 118 rebuys. The winner of the $31,000 grand prize was a player who remained anonymous.

Also on Sunday, a high-stakes tournament with a $100,000 prize pool and a $5,300 buy-in attracted 25 participants who together won $125,000. This was not a rebuy event. All three of the place getters were paid out, with Philip “tszsis” Shing taking home the highest cash ($56K) and getting closer to his goal of $1.5 million in tournament winnings.

The $311,000 prize pool in the $215 6-max event was won by 256 players who re-entered the tournament 153 times. Dokler, whose game handle is “Art.Vandelay,” took home his third ring and $16,000 in prize money. In addition, he wears a bracelet.

Dokler almost made it two tournament wins in a row on Tuesday, but he finished in second place in a $1,000 high-roller event and $25,000. Michael “stiltwalk” Mercado, a two-time bracelet winner at the WSOP, took first place in that event to earn his first ring and $36k.

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is now running its Winter Circuit event series throughout the globe. Beginning on December 4 and culminating on January 9 with a $1,700, $10 million guaranteed main event.

The World Series of Poker’s Winter Circuit series for Canadian players also kicked off on Sunday, this time in Ontario. Presently, 16 ring events may be participated in.

Source: www.cardschat.com

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