Last updated July 23, 2020
Original publish date: June 25, 2020
When the World Series of Poker kicks off in 2020 it will represent the 51st running of the most popular poker tournament series in the world.
Due to the pandemic, WSOP 2020 will be quite different from the 50 versions that preceded it. Most of the events will be played online with the traditional gathering of poker players in Las Vegas for live events postponed until the fall.
Also new for 2020 is the ability of players outside the US to compete in Online Bracelet Events. International players will be able to participate in Online Bracelet Events on the GGPoker platform. Players in the US states of New Jersey and Nevada will be able to play a different set of Online Bracelet Events on WSOP.com, like they have been able to do in recent years.
When is the 2020 WSOP?
In 2020, the vast majority of World Series of Poker (WSOP) events will take place on the internet between July 1 and September 6, 2020. The traditional summer festival of live events that normally takes place in Las Vegas in June and July has been postponed due to the pandemic. Organizers have indicated that they are aiming to have the live WSOP events take place this fall, although no dates have been announced.
A total of 85 online Bracelet Events will take place this year spread across 2 different online poker platforms.
Beginning on July 1, players in the US states of New Jersey and Nevada will be able to compete for a WSOP gold bracelet on WSOP.com. In all, there will be a total of 31 Bracelet Events available to US players with one bracelet event taking place each day during the month of July.
International players will get their first opportunity to play an online WSOP bracelet event on Sunday July 19 on one of the fastest-growing online poker networks, GGPoker. The schedule of events on GGPoker runs through September 6 (the full 2020 WSOP Schedule is available at the bottom of this page).
The GGPoker WSOP Bracelet Events represent the first time ever that an online bracelet can be won outside of the US.
Where Can You Play WSOP 2020 Online Bracelet Events?
The first online WSOP Bracelet Events of 2020 will take place on WSOP.com and will be available in the states of Nevada and New Jersey. One bracelet event will take place each day during the month of July for a total of 31 events.
Starting on July 19, players outside of the US will be able to try to win a 2020 WSOP bracelet on the GGPoker network. A total of 54 WSOP bracelet events will be hosted on GGPoker through September 6, 2020.
How Many WSOP Bracelet Events Are There in 2020?
Originally, the WSOP planned to offer 14 Online Bracelet Events, which would have been the most ever offered, but after the World Series of Poker summer festival in Las Vegas was postponed due to the pandemic, organizers decided to shift the focus to online poker.
As a result, there will be a total 85 WSOP Online Bracelet Events running across WSOP.com and GGPoker. However, the total number of all 2020 WSOP events has not yet been determined.
Following the postponement of the live WSOP Bracelet Events in Las Vegas, organizers did announce that live events will take place during the fall of 2020, but so far, no firm schedule has been announced.
What Special Promotions Are Available for WSOP 2020 Bracelet Events?
There are several promotions that provide significant value for those looking to play the 2020 WSOP Online Bracelet Events on both WSOP.com and GGPoker.
In addition to the promotions and bonus offers that have already been announced, n*ew promotions will be announced as the series progresses*, so check back here to make sure you take advantage of the best promotions and bonuses on offer.
Since there is a significant overlap between the events on WSOP.com and GGPoker and players can not play on both platforms simultaneously, we have broken down our list of promotions and bonuses by site for your convenience.
WSOP.com Promotions and Bonuses for the 2020 World Series of Poker
There is a wide variety of promos on offer as the World Series of Poker celebrates the 51st running of the WSOP. Some promotions target smaller bankroll players and others are more beneficial for those with bigger bankrolls.
Plus, we have it on good word that additional promotions will be announced as the series progresses, so make sure to check back for the most current information.
In addition to these special promotions, those that open a new account on WSOP.com can also take advantage of their standard Welcome Bonus.
New Exclusive Welcome Bonus for WSOP.com
pokerfuse.com has been selected by the World Series of Poker to offer a special new Welcome Bonus for players that create a new account on WSOP.com. This special offer is only being offered through select sites, and it can be used in addition to the standard Welcome Bonus for new players.
This special bonus offer is valid through July 29 only!
On top of the 100% Deposit Match Bonus up to $1000 and the 7 Welcome Freeroll Tickets that is offered to all new players, if you sign up for a new account using the link below, you will also receive one of the following three additional bonuses when you make a deposit of at least $10 and use the promo code PURPLE4:
- $1 BLAST Tournament ticket + Entry into $1,000 Online Bracelet Seat Drawing OR
- $5 BLAST Tournament Ticket OR
- $10 Bonus
In addition to the Welcome Offers available to players that open new accounts on both WSOP.com (in Nevada and New Jersey) and GGPoker (internationally), there are also special promotions and incentives specifically to celebrate the 51st running of the World Series of Poker.
WSOP.com has already announced that it will host a $100,000 Leaderboard Competition in July to reward the best players across the US version of the series. In addition, there will be multiple reload bonuses offered in July, and special satellite tournaments that will allow players the chance to win entry into a WSOP online bracelet event for as little as $1.
WSOP $100,000 Leaderboard
The special $100,000 2020 WSOP Leaderboard is another incentive for players to participate in the online bracelet events at WSOP.com.
The top 50 finishers will get a portion of the $100k with the first-place finisher taking home a cool $18,000.
Players earn points by playing in the online bracelet events. All 2020 online bracelet events on WSOP.com are eligible except the Seniors Event.
Points are calculated using the 2020 WSOP Leaderboard Formula shown here.
WSOP July Reload Bonus
All players at WSOP.com (even those with existing accounts) are eligible for the WSOP July Reload bonus. On offer is a 100% deposit match bonus up to $500.
To claim this bonus, simply use the Bonus Code SUMMER20 when you make your next deposit.
This special offer is valid from July 1 – 15 and can only be used once per customer.
To clear the bonus, players will need to accumulate 100 APPs for every $10 in bonus, and they have 60 days to do so. Each time a player accumulates 100 APPs, $10 of the bonus will be released.
Please note, PayNearMe deposits are not eligible for this reload bonus.
Special 2020 WSOP Promotions on GGPoker
GGPoker is offering the bulk on the 85 2020 Online Bracelet Events and they are celebrating in a big way with a bunch of ways for players to get extra value during this summer’s premier poker festival.
In addition, GGPoker is also running a micro-stakes series of tournaments that award direct entries into WSOP Bracelet Events. Silk Road allows players to compete for a WSOP bracelet for as little as $1.08. Scroll down for the important details.
A current list of promotions can be found in the table below and further down you can find the important details for each of the promotions. But there will likely be even more promotions announced, so check back regularly to get the latest information.
GGPoker $5 Million WSOP Season Special Giveaway
|Promotion||Daily Leaderboard Prizes||Total Prizes||Game Format|
|WSOP Spin & Gold||$10,000||$600,000||Spin & Gold|
|WSOP Rush & Cash||$25,000||$1,400,000||Rush & Cash|
|WSOP Holdem||$20,000||$1,100,000||Hold’em Cash|
|WSOP Omaha||$20,000||$1,100,000||Omaha Cash|
|WSOP Flipout||$10,000||$550,000||All-In or Fold|
|WSOP Short Deck||$5,000||$300,000||Short Deck|
New GGPoker Welcome Bonus
Now, when you make your first qualifying deposit at GGPoker, you can get up to $100 in free WSOP tickets.
Just make a deposit of $20 or more and you will be eligible for $60 in free WSOP tickets issued over the first 6 days after you make your qualifying deposit.
Players can qualify for an additional $40 in free WSOP tickets by completing daily missions at the All-in or Fold (AoF) tables.
Steps to Claiming Your WSOP Welcome Bonus on GGPoker:
- Create a GGPoker account
- Make a deposit of $20 or more
- Select “First Deposit Bonus” from the Choose Your Bonus dropdown menu
- Log-in to your new account on GGPoker each day for six days to claim your tickets. They will be waiting for you in the Tickets section of the Cashier
- Complete the AoF daily challenges to qualify for an additional $40 in free WSOP tickets
GGPoker WSOP Welcome Bonus Breakdown
|Day||Instantly Credited Tickets||Extra AoF Challenge|
|Day 1||4 x $1 WSOP Satellite + 4 x $2 WSOP Spin & Gold = $12||1 x $5 WSOP Satellite – Play 100 AoF Hands|
|Day 2||4 x $1 WSOP Satellite + 2 x $2 WSOP Spin & Gold = $8||1 x $5 WSOP Satellite – Play 100 AoF Hands|
|Day 3||4 x $1 WSOP Satellite + 2 x $2 WSOP Spin & Gold = $8||1 x $5 WSOP Satellite – Play 100 AoF Hands|
|Day 4||3 x $1 WSOP Satellite + 3 x $2 WSOP Spin & Gold = $9||1 x $5 WSOP Satellite – Play 200 AoF Hands|
|Day 5||3 x $1 WSOP Satellite + 4 x $2 WSOP Spin & Gold = $11||1 x $5 WSOP Satellite – Play 200 AoF Hands|
|Day 6||2 x $1 WSOP Satellite + 5 x $2 WSOP Spin & Gold = $12||1 x $5 WSOP Satellite – Play 300 AoF Hands|
|Complete all AoF challenges to get a $10 WSOP Satellite|
Silk Road Micro Stakes Series
GGPoker is determined to give all players a chance to win a 2020 WSOP Online Bracelet, and they have created a special micro stakes series called Silk Road to give those with smaller bankrolls plenty of opportunities to compete.
Silk Road events are live in the lobby and run until August 31 with buy-ins for the events starting at just $1.08. And these micro stakes events have big guarantees – ranging from $1200 in WSOP entries all the way up to $100,000 in tickets to be given away in a single event.
The series even features a selection of PLO events along with structures that include turbos and hyper-turbos, 6-max, and rebuy tournaments.
Plus, there is even a special Silk Road Leaderboard promotion to reward players that frequent these events. The leaderboard promotion runs through August 29 and awards the eventual winner an entry into the 2020 WSOP Online Main Event (a $5000 buy-in event).
WSOP Spin & Gold Promotion
Players that like jackpot-style Sit N Gos will be excited to see that GGPoker is offering a special WSOP promotion designed especially with them in mind.
The special edition WSOP Spin & Gold games offer satellite tickets to WSOP bracelet events ranging from $10 to $500 in value, in addition to cash prizes, tournament tickets and even a direct entry into the 2020 WSOP Online Main Event valued at $5000. The buy-ins start at just $2 and a special multiplier of up to 12,000x makes these games a can’t miss.
GGPoker WSOP Edition Spin & Gold Prizes
|1st Place||2nd Place||3rd Place||Frequency in 1,000,000||Multiplier|
|$5k ME Direct||$500 WSOP Sat Ticket||$500 WSOP Sat Ticket||55||3,000|
|$50 WSOP Sat Ticket||$10 WSOP Sat Ticket||-||4,045||30|
|$10 WSOP Sat Ticket||-||-||100,000||5|
WSOP Spin & Gold Leaderboard
Not only are there great prizes to be won by Spin & Gold players, but there are also rewards for dedicated players through the Spin & Gold Leaderboard promotion.
To earn leaderboard points, just play on the Spin & Gold tables. It is that simple. The higher the stakes, the more points you earn, but since there is a leaderboard for each of the 8 buy-in levels, everyone has a fair chance of claiming their share of the $600,000 that will be awarded during this promotion.
WSOP Rush & Cash Daily $25,000 Leaderboard
Players looking for fast action will want to check out Rush & Cash, GGPoker’s fast-fold cash game. In fast-fold poker, players are moved to a new table as soon as they fold.
Through the end of August, GGPoker is offering $1.4 million in rewards for players that frequent the Rush & Cash tables with leaderboard prizes paid out every day.
Here is how you can vie for your share of $1.4 million in WSOP tournament tickets.
Every time you call, bet, raise or take insurance, you earn points – 1 point for a call, 2 points for a bet or raise and 3 points if you take insurance. In addition, players get 10 points when they win a Cash Drop pot.
Also, every day between the hours of 10 PM PT and midnight GGPoker is running Happy Hours. During those hours players earn 2x points!
Each day, between 20 and 100 players (depending on the stakes at each of the 7 different stakes for both Hold’em and Omaha) will win their share of $25,000 in WSOP tickets. And if you don’t win today, don’t worry, the leaderboards reset every day.
WSOP Hold’em and Omaha $20,000 Leaderboard
Traditional Hold’em and Omaha cash game players get their own leaderboard promotion where over $2.2 million in WSOP tickets is being given away. In these promotions, players earn points each time they play a raked hand. The amount of points earned vary by the stakes played and players get double points during Happy Hours.
At the end of each day, $20,000 in WSOP tickets is paid out to both the top Hold’em and Omaha players.
WSOP Daily $10,000 Flipout
If you are looking to earn WSOP tickets in a shorter amount of time, the perhaps the daily $10,000 Flipout promotion is for you. GGPoker is hosting a series of daily freeroll Flipout tournaments that award $10k in WSOP tickets per day through the end of August – that is $550,000 in tickets in total!
Simply play 100 All-In or Fold hands in a single day for each stake level that you would like to enter the freeroll for and you will qualify.
In the Flipout tournaments, the prizes are awarded randomly, meaning you don’t even have to win to win.
WSOP Short Deck $5000 Daily Leaderboard
Short Deck is one of the hottest games in poker and as a result, GGPoker is giving out $5000 per day to Short Deck players.
For this promotion, there are 9 different leaderboards corresponding to the stakes of the Short Deck games and $300,000 in WSOP tickets is being given out in total.
Like the other leaderboard promotions, players just need to play at the select tables to earn points to climb the ranks and win daily prizes.
GGPoker 2020 WSOP Leaderboard Promotion
GGPoker’s version of the WSOP 2020 Online Leaderboard will award several prizes including:
- Pure Gold Dragon – Asia Player of the Series Leaderboard Winner
- Pure Gold Mouse – Overall Leaderboard Winner
- Pure Gold Card – 2nd – 5th Place Leaderboard Finishers
The formula that will be used to determine Leaderboard points is as follows:
Leaderboard Point = f * sqrt(Prize pool / k)
- k is the place of finish
- f=2.0 (1st place)
- f=1.5 (Final table)
- f=1.0 (In the money)
- f=0.5 (Bubble)
Further details about these unprecedented WSOP promotions on GGPoker are still being announced, but check back as we will refresh this page with updated information as it is announced.
Additional promotions and incentives on GGPoker are expected to be announced in the near future.
Can Players in Pennsylvania Play in the 2020 WSOP Online Bracelet Events?
No. Currently, the only online poker site available to players in Pennsylvania is PokerStars PA. And while WSOP PA is expected to launch in Pennsylvania in 2020, the state does not yet allow its operators to combine their player pools in Pennsylvania with those in other states the way that New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware do.
Pennsylvania has yet to join the MultiState Internet Gaming Agreement (MIGA) due to the potential for the US Department of Justice to pursue prosecution of online gaming operators that offer their services across state lines under the 1961 Wire Act.
A lawsuit that seeks to clarify that the Wire Act was intended to be limited to sports betting (which is no longer illegal under federal law) is currently ongoing in the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Lower courts have sided against the DOJ and if the decision of the lower courts is upheld, Pennsylvania is expected to join MIGA and allow operators to share player liquidity with the other states that have legalized online poker.
However, such a decision (and the subsequent actions by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board and gaming operators in the state) will not come in time to allow poker players in Pennsylvania to play in the 2020 WSOP Online Bracelet Events.
From What US States Can You Play WSOP Online Bracelet Events?
US players in the states of New Jersey and Nevada are eligible to play in the 2020 WSOP Online Bracelet Events. Players in other states that have legal regulated online poker including Delaware and Pennsylvania are not currently allowed to participate in the events.
Will Players From Outside of the US be Able to Compete for Online Bracelet Events?
Yes. For the first time ever, players outside the US will be eligible to compete in a WSOP Online Bracelet Event. GGPoker is the official partner Online Bracelet partner of the WSOP for international players.
Where Can I Watch WSOP 2020?
Fans have become accustomed to watching WSOP events unfold on television and over the internet via live streams, and despite the changes for 2020, they will still be able to that.
Extensive media coverage for WSOP 2020 is planned to include “significant original content” provided by the World Series of Poker’s official production partner, Poker Central.
Poker Central will be producing live streams, highlight packages, and pilot episodes at its Las Vegas studios for distribution to traditional television broadcasting stations. In addition, the company will schedule virtual bracelet ceremonies and interviews with the winner of each Bracelet Event.
Select Online Bracelet Events will be streamed on Poker Central’s PokerGO app. The events will be streamed on a delay with full cards up action. Long-time WSOP broadcasters Lon McEachern and Norman Chad are expected to take part in the live streams.
Streams will also be available on the GGPoker.TV Twitch Stream. The schedule of streams can be found below. Please Note: The date of the stream may not coincide with the date of the actual tournament.
GGPoker.TV Twitch Stream Schedule
|23-Jul||18:00||#4 $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship||TBA|
|25-Jul||18:00||#2 $1,111 Every 1 for Covid Relief [Caesars Cares]||TBA|
|30-Jul||18:00||#12 $10,000 Short Deck No Limit Hold’em Championship||TBA|
|1-Aug||18:00||#10 $400 Colossus; #11 $400 PLOssus||TBA|
|6-Aug||18:00||#19 $2,100 No Limit Hold’em Bounty Championship||TBA|
|8-Aug||18:00||#17 $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER – $1M to 1st||TBA|
|13-Aug||18:00||#26 $5,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed Championship||TBA|
|15-Aug||18:00||#25 $10,000 Heads Up No Limit Hold’em Championship [128 Max]||TBA|
|20-Aug||18:00||#33 $600 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack Championship||TBA|
|27-Aug||18:00||#40 $1,500 Limit Hold’em Championship||TBA|
|29-Aug||18:00||#38 $25,000 NLHE Poker Players Championship||TBA|
|5-Sep||18:00||#45 $5,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event [Day 2]||TBA|
For the Online Bracelet Events that take place on GGPoker, players that make the Final Table of an event will have their real name displayed instead of their screen name. In past years, players participating in Online Bracelet Events on WSOP.com have not been required to use their real name, and so far, it appears that policy will remain in effect for 2020.
Check back for a full schedule of broadcasts and streaming events as they become available.
How Many Starting Flights Will There Be For The 2020 WSOP Online Main Event?
Originally it was reported that there would be 22 Day 1 starting flights for the 2020 Main Event, however, that figure was not represented in any of the press releases or on the schedule for GGPoker events. Confirmation of the official number of Day 1 flights is currently pending.
What is the 2020 WSOP Schedule?
The 2020 WSOP Online Bracelet Events start on July 1, 2020 on WSOP.com and on July 19, 2020 on GGPoker. The full schedule of WSOP 2020 Bracelet Events is available below.
Please Note: GGPoker tournaments denoted with an * indicate that the event qualifies for the Pure Gold Dragon – Asia Player of the Series leaderboard promotion.
WSOP 2020 Online Schedule
|1-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #1||No Limit Hold’em Kick-Off||$500||n/a|
|2-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #2||No Limit Hold’em 8-Handed Deepstack||$1,000||n/a|
|3-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #3||No Limit Hold’em||$400||n/a|
|4-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #4||No Limit Hold’em Super Turbo||$500||n/a|
|5-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #5||No Limit Hold’em Freezeout||$1,000||n/a|
|6-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #6||PLO8 6-Handed||$600||n/a|
|7-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #7||No Limit Hold’em Knockout Deepstack||$800||n/a|
|8-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #8||No Limit Hold’em Freezeout||$500||n/a|
|9-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #9||No Limit Hold’em 6-Max||$1,000||n/a|
|10-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #10||No Limit Hold’em MonsterStack||$600||n/a|
|11-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #11||No Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack 6-Handed||$500||n/a|
|12-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #12||The BIG 500No Limit Hold’em||$500||n/a|
|13-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #13||No Limit Hold’em High Roller Freezeout||$1,500||n/a|
|14-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #14||No Limit Hold’em High Roller||$3,200||n/a|
|15-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #15||PLO 8-Max HR||$1,000||n/a|
|16-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #16||No Limit Hold’em Turbo||$500||n/a|
|17-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #17||No Limit Hold’em||$777||n/a|
|18-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #18||No Limit Hold’em 8-Handed Turbo DeepStack||$1,000||n/a|
|19-Jul-2020||14:30 ET||GGPoker||GG #1||The Opener [Final Day]||$100||$2,000,000|
|19-Jul-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #2||Every 1 for Covid Relief [Caesars Cares]||$1,111||n/a|
|19-Jul-2020||16:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #3||Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed||$525||n/a|
|19-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #19||No Limit Hold’em||$400||n/a|
|20-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #20||PLO 6-Handed||$500||n/a|
|21-Jul-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #4||Pot Limit Omaha Championship||$5,000||n/a|
|21-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #21||No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed||$777||n/a|
|22-Jul-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #5||FIFTY STACK No Limit Hold’em||$1,500||n/a|
|22-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #22||No Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack||$500||n/a|
|23-Jul-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #6||Bounty Pot Limit Omaha||$1,050||n/a|
|23-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #23||No Limit Hold’em Knockout||$500||n/a|
|24-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #24||No Limit Hold’em 8-Handed||$400||n/a|
|25-Jul-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #7*||Monster Stack No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed*||$600||n/a|
|25-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #25||No Limit Hold’em Summer Saver||$500||n/a|
|26-Jul-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #8*||No Limit Hold’em*||$1,500||n/a|
|26-Jul-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #9||Pot Limit Omaha||$2,500||n/a|
|26-Jul-2020||14:30 ET||GGPoker||GG #10||Colossus [Day 2]||$400||$3,000,000|
|26-Jul-2020||15:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #11||PLOssus [Day 2]||$400||$1,000,000|
|26-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #26||No Limit Hold’em Grande Finale||$500||n/a|
|27-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #27||No Limit Hold’em Freezeout||$400||n/a|
|28-Jul-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #12||Short Deck No Limit Hold’em Championship||$10,000||n/a|
|28-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #28||Omaha 8 6-Max||$1,000||n/a|
|29-Jul-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #13||No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed||$2,500||n/a|
|29-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #29||No Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack 6-Handed||$600||n/a|
|30-Jul-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #14||Bounty No Limit Hold’em||$840||n/a|
|30-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #30||No Limit Hold’em Senior’s Event||$500||n/a|
|31-Jul-2020||18:00 ET||WSOP.com||WSOP #31||No Limit Hold’em Championship||$1,000||n/a|
|1-Aug-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #15*||Deepstack No Limit Hold’em*||$500||n/a|
|2-Aug-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #16*||Short Deck No Limit Hold’em*||$1,000||n/a|
|2-Aug-2020||14:30 ET||GGPoker||GG #17||MILLIONAIRE MAKER – $1M to 1st||$1,500||$5,000,000|
|2-Aug-2020||16:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #18||Turbo Deepstack No Limit Hold’em||$500||n/a|
|4-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #19||No Limit Hold’em Bounty Championship||$2,100||n/a|
|5-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #20||Pot Limit Omaha||$400||n/a|
|6-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #21||No Limit Hold’em||$1,000||n/a|
|8-Aug-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #22*||Double Stack Pot Limit Omaha*||$800||n/a|
|9-Aug-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #23||No Limit Hold’em Asia Championship [Final Day]||HK$ 8000||HK$8,000,000|
|9-Aug-2020||13:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #24||GGMasters WSOP Edition [Freezeout]||$150||$1,000,000|
|9-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #25||Heads Up No Limit Hold’em Championship [128 Max]||$10,000||n/a|
|11-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #26||No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed Championship||$5,000||n/a|
|12-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #27||Double Stack No Limit Hold’em||$2,500||n/a|
|13-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #28||Bounty No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed||$525||n/a|
|15-Aug-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #29*||Monster Stack No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed*||$300||n/a|
|16-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #30||Pot Limit Omaha||$1,500||n/a|
|16-Aug-2020||14:30 ET||GGPoker||GG #31||Mini Main Event [Final Day]||$500||$5,000,000|
|16-Aug-2020||16:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #32||Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold’em||$840||n/a|
|18-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #33||No Limit Hold’em Deepstack Championship||$600||n/a|
|19-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #34||Pot Limit Omaha||$800||n/a|
|20-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #35||Limit Hold’em||$500||n/a|
|22-Aug-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #36*||Deepstack No-Limit Hold’em*||$500||n/a|
|23-Aug-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #37*||Marathon No Limit Hold’em*||$1,500||n/a|
|23-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #38||NLHE Poker Players Championship||$25,000||$10,000,000|
|23-Aug-2020||14:30 ET||GGPoker||GG #39||BIG 50 [Final Day]||$50||$1,000,000|
|25-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #40||Limit Hold’em Championship||$1,500||n/a|
|26-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #41||No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed||$1,000||n/a|
|27-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #42||Pot Limit Omaha||$1,500||n/a|
|29-Aug-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #43*||Double Stack No Limit Hold’em*||$300||n/a|
|30-Aug-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #44||Forty Stack No Limit Hold’em||$400||n/a|
|30-Aug-2020||14:30 ET||GGPoker||GG #45||No Limit Hold’em Main Event [Day 2]||$5,000||$25,000,000|
|30-Aug-2020||16:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #46||Turbo No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed||$1,000||n/a|
|1-Sep-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #47||People’s Choice Bracelet Event [Most Popular]||n/a|
|2-Sep-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #48||People’s Choice Bracelet Event [Pros Vote]||n/a|
|3-Sep-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #49||People’s Choice Bracelet Event [Spin the Wheel]||n/a|
|5-Sep-2020||8:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #50||People’s Choice Bracelet Event [Asia, Most Popular]||n/a|
|5-Sep-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #51||Beat the Pros [Bounty]||$1,050||n/a|
|6-Sep-2020||14:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #52||WSOP Super MILLION$||$10,000||$10,000,000|
|6-Sep-2020||14:30 ET||GGPoker||GG #53||WSOP MILLION$ [Final Day]||$100||$2,000,000|
|6-Sep-2020||16:00 ET||GGPoker||GG #54||The Closer [Last Chance]||$500||n/a|
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