WSOP US Launches Online Qualifiers for WSOP Paradise WSOP US Launches Online Qualifiers for WSOP Paradise

The WSOP US real money network has launched online qualifiers for its highly-anticipated winter stop, WSOP Paradise, set to debut this December.

Open exclusively to players in New Jersey and Nevada who share the same player pool, the operator has unveiled the WSOP Paradise package online satellites, which will be held every Sunday until October 10.

For a buy-in of $320, participants have the chance to secure a coveted package valued at $7800. This package comprises a direct entry into the prestigious $5300 WSOP Paradise Main Event, boasting a staggering $15 million in guaranteed prizes. Additionally, winners will enjoy a five-night stay at a luxurious hotel and a travel stipend of $750.

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WSOP Paradise Package Overview:

  • Available exclusively to WSOP US players spanning NJ & NV
  • Online satellites running every Sunday until October 10
  • Buy-in set at $320
  • Winner receives a Paradise package worth $7800
  • Package includes a seat to the $15M Gtd Main Event, hotel stay and $750 stipend
  • WSOP Paradise takes place in December in the Bahamas

The inaugural satellite took place on Sunday, September 10th, drawing 25 unique players and 11 rebuys, resulting in a total prize pool of $10,800. The WSOP Paradise package was claimed by a player with the moniker “X69Podheiser,” while the runner-up, “strtdblstn,” secured a cash prize of $3000.

WSOP US Paradise Satellite Lobby

Another satellite is on the horizon this coming Sunday, with WSOP planning additional qualifiers in the near future. As of now, no online satellite events have been scheduled for players in WSOP MI and WSOP PA.

This marks the second opportunity for US players to win their way to the exciting Bahamas event, following the successful Cash Games Countdown promotion last month, which spanned all four states, including Michigan and Pennsylvania.

This promotion rewarded cash game players who earned a minimum of 100 Wagering Points, granting them entry into a random drawing for the WSOP Paradise package with the same perks as those offered through online satellites.

WSOP’s New Winter Stop in the Bahamas

WSOP Paradise marks a historic occasion as the first-ever WSOP gold bracelet event in the Caribbean. Scheduled to take place from December 3rd to 14th at the stunning Atlantis Casino & Resort on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, this Caribbean stop boasts 15 bracelet events, including the headline-grabbing $15 million guaranteed Main Event.

Among the standout events is the Mystery Millions opening event, featuring a $1500 buy-in and a $5 million guaranteed prize pool. Additionally, players can look forward to the Mini Main Event, a compact version of the Main Event with a $1000 entry fee and a $1 million guarantee. Notably, there’s a 6-handed No-Limit Hold’em Event with a $1000 buy-in, promising another $1 million in prize money.

With its turbo bounty format, the fast-paced Closer guarantees an additional $1 million prize pool for a $2000 entry fee. The event lineup also includes several High Rollers, with the $10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha Championship standing out, offering a seven-figure prize pool guarantee.

Buy-ins for the series range from $800 to $100,000, with prize pool guarantees spanning from $1 million to a staggering $15 million.

WSOP Paradise will go head-to-head with the WPT World Championship at the Wynn Las Vegas and PokerStars’ EPT Prague, as all three events gear up for the holiday season.

WSOP’s international online partner, GGPoker, has committed to qualifying over 1000 players for this exciting new winter event, with online qualifiers already underway for the rest of the world, starting last week.