ClubWPT offers a $15 million prize pool

The World Poker Tour Championship series will take place at Wynn from December 12 to December 20. It will reward players with a prize pool of $15 million, the world’s biggest prize pool in history.  

This grand poker tour is being hosted by the World Poker Tour (WPT). Up till this point, 56 players have received special packages from ClubWPT worth thousands of dollars. The poker news reporter Liam Gannon will be joined by these players.

The Wynn Championship is the largest and most exciting live poker tournament, offering a buy-in of $10,400. However, this is not the only event in December. A total of twenty-three tournaments will be held at Wynn Las Vegas between the 1st and 20th Dec. Among these tournaments, the WPT has advanced three major events, and the details are given below:

The WPT Prime Championship No-Limit Hold’em will take place on December 8 with a $2 million guaranteed prize pool. This year’s WPT Women’s No-Limit Hold’em Championship will take place from December 16-18, and it will include a $200,000 guaranteed prize pool. A WPT World Championship will be held from December 12th through the 20th, guaranteeing a prize pool of at least $15 million with opportunities to expand that prize.

At the beginning of the series, 27 finalists will participate in the World Championship, and 22 will compete in the WPT Prime Championship. Furthermore, seven members have received special packages for this series. Out of these 7 winners, 5 will compete for a place in the Tony Dunst Battleship Bounty on December 9th, and the winner will achieve the WPT World Championship title.

The other two winners will play in the 6-handed WPT Phil Ivey Home Game on December 6 to determine who can last the longest in front of WPT Ambassadors Andrew Neeme, Phil Ivey, Lynn Gilmartin, and Brad Owen.

Scott Mitchell has done his bachelor's degree in journalism. He has also worked for many poker industries as a news editor and has excellent knowledge about casino games. He likes to play casino games and share his experience on social media.

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