Poker room Wynn on the Las Vegas strip is set to host the mega Wynn Millions series between February 21st and March 20th, 2021. The Wynn will also be hosting yet another $10 Million guarantee tournament that starts from March 3rd. This winter poker series will be hosting 16 events and will have more than $15 million in prize money. Along with this, there are two other series that are expected to cross surpass the million mark and the third one in line to crack the mark is the ($1,100 No-Limit Hold’em) guarantee of at least $500,000.
The Wynn series has a tournament for every type of poker player, ranging from high stakes, mid-stakes, no-limit hold’em, pot-limit Omaha, bounty events etc. Along with this, there are also two senior events offering $400 and $1,100 for players aged 50 and above.
The popular $1,600 buy-in no-limit hold’em mystery bounty poker tournament also returns with this series. The bounty will be hidden in an envelope as per the format of the mystery bounty tournaments. The gameplay begins on February 24th and offers at least $1.5 million in prize pool. The first ever $10,000 buy-in Wynn Millions $10 million guarantee was nailed by Andrew Moreno who took home nearly $1,406,106 in guarantee after beating a massive field of 1,328 entries.
The Wynn Fall Classic tournament series offering $13 Million just concluded in the month of November. Poker festivals are running at several venues throughout Las Vegas. The strip has entirely opened and The World Series of Poker just concluded in Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. As per a press release, The 2022 WSOP will be held between May 31st – July 19th 2022.
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