Biggest Poker Dates For 2020

Welcome to the start of a big, busy, year for poker fans and players. As 2020 begins, it is just the right time to plan around the years biggest events. If you play your card rights you could even be there when poker history goes down.

If you are aiming towards big goals, like one day being part of the action yourself, or just want to have fun with a hand or two, and are looking for the best places to play, don’t miss on online casino review for the inside scoop on the best sites to play in 2020.

Like past years, the events will take place all over the world, and while you may not be able to get to all of them, thanks to technology you can find options, on where to watch and enjoy them. So, let’s get to the events you don’t want to miss out on in 2020:

10K Championship buy-ins

The 2020 World Series of Poker has included a few events where players who don’t yet have a wristband (like the pros) can join in. Think about it, a win at these tables will get players immense respect from everyone in the poker world, not to mention one of the coveted WSOP bracelets.

There are going to be 10 of these events from June 3 until July 20, including one online tournament. These are definitely interesting opportunities for new faces to make it big, so keep an eye on them.

European Poker Tour

For fans living in the old continent, there are going to be plenty of choices to attend, the biggest ones will be PSPC in Barcelona, which enjoyed a $26 million shared prize bag between 182 players in 2019. So there’s a great chance to win big, and don’t forget it will take place during August, and you can always enjoy the Spanish summer afterward.

The EPT will also host an event in Sochi, Russia between 20-20 March, especially interesting for Eartenr European fans wanting to get into the game.

The WSOP Main Event

Last year’s main event celebrated the 50th anniversary of the World Series Of Poker and broke records for the brand. This year the organization is aiming to shatter all those records again, the biggest series will begin on May 26, it will last for an impressive 51 days, ending on July 15th with a new ruler of the poker world announced.

The event will once again take place at the Rio Casino, west of the Las Vegas Strip. The location is lovely, and classic, the perfect setting for such a game to take place. If this sounds like the event for you, we suggest buying your tickets and making a reservation in advance, it is one of the biggest dates in poker and it helps to prepare in advance.

Some of the events will be available to watch on the big sports networks, definitely the main WSOP events, others you’ll be able to find on streaming sites, and you can follow the plays and outcomes on many social media accounts dedicated to poker, so don’t worry, even if you can’t fly out there, you can still enjoy the game.

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