To capitalize on the unprecedented attention garnered during the immensely successful 54th World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, WSOP and GGPoker have jointly launched a value-filled promotion called the WSOP Paradise Parlay.
This unique initiative allows poker players to turn their summer triumphs into additional cash during the upcoming WSOP Paradise 2023 series, set to take place from December 3 to 14 at Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
The promotion is quite straightforward: Players who have cashed in the 2023 WSOP live series in Las Vegas can amplify their success through this new promotion. For those who manage to secure 10 cashes, GGPoker will award them $5000 in additional cash prizes. The stakes rise for players who reach three final tables, with $25,000 awaiting them. Those who clinch two bracelets will earn $100,000 in bonus prizes.
- Up to $100 in free play with first deposit
- Top-quality software
- Compete for WSOP bracelets & rings
However, players need to fulfill a few straightforward conditions to be eligible for this massive value. Firstly, participants must have at least one cash in the 2023 WSOP and the 2023 WSOP Paradise events. Secondly, all prizes are awarded by GGPoker and are to be redeemed exclusively at WSOP Paradise.
Furthermore, the offer is specifically tied to the WSOP Las Vegas 2023 live bracelet events, excluding any cashes in WSOP 2023 online bracelet events or ongoing WSOP Europe events.
Notably, the prizes cannot be combined. This stipulation maintains the integrity of the promotion while ensuring that players receive the highest reward based on their most significant achievement. Whether it is consistent cashes, reaching multiple final tables, or securing two bracelets, each accomplishment stands on its own.
For instance, a player with nine cashes in the summer WSOP 2023 series in Las Vegas must cash in at least one of the 15 bracelet events in the upcoming WSOP Paradise stop to claim the $5000 bonus prize. Similarly, reaching a final table in both series can unlock an additional $25,000 in prize money.
It’s worth noting that a bracelet win is considered both a final table appearance and a cash, providing players with added flexibility in their pursuit of these lucrative bonuses. However, it is important to note that only one prize can be won per player.
Should a player win a smaller prize (for example, they win the $5k bonus for cashing the required number of times) and at a later WSOP Paradise event go on to hit a Final Table or end up winning a bracelet, the operator would pay the difference between the smaller prize awarded and the bigger prize which can be claimed.
Officials clarify that all WSOP Paradise Parlay bonus payments constitute marketing funds and are independent of any prize pool.
- Or get up to $100 worth of rewards
- Available in many regulated markets
- Great MTT schedule including WSOP events
Players Embrace the WSOP Paradise Parlay Offer
Not surprisingly, players have responded positively to this unexpected offer, prompting many to reconsider their plans and join the WSOP’s new winter stop.
With the series overlapping the WPT Wynn, scheduled from November 29 to December 23, boasting a record-breaking $40 million guaranteed World Championship event, and given the perceived shortage of enticing events, particularly the absence of Pot-Limit Omaha options in the WSOP Paradise, numerous players had initially committed to participating in the WPT Wynn in Las Vegas.
However, this last-minute incentive has sparked a change of heart, with players expressing enthusiasm for the WSOP Paradise stop in the Bahamas.
“This is an amazing value if you grinded the summer at WSOP Horseshoe/Paris,” noted American poker professional player Allen “Chainsaw” Kessler on X (formerly Twitter). “Very generous offer. I may change my plans now!”
“Looks like I am going to be booking a last-minute trip to the Bahamas,” another professional poker player Dylan Weisman echoed.
The eagerly anticipated series comprises 15 bracelet events, headlined by a total of $50 million in guaranteed prize money, including a $5300 Main Event with a $15 million guarantee.
Multiple poker personalities, celebrities, and sports athletes have confirmed they will be taking part in the new stop. GGPoker will be sending at least 1000 players to take their shot at the first-ever WSOP Paradise event.