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Prepare Yourselves for the PokerStars WCOOP 2023!

Prepare Yourselves for the PokerStars WCOOP 2023!

The PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) comes back with non-stop action. Here you will find the information about one of the most-awaited tournaments of the year. The event is set for later this year and will return for its 22nd edition.

What Is the PokerStars WCOOP?

The World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) is an online poker tournament series by PokerStars. The tournament is considered one of the largest online poker tournaments. WCOOP was established in 2002 and comprises different events, including Limit, Pot Limit and No Limit Texas Hold’em, Seven Card Stud and Severn Card Stud Ho/Lo, Razz, Pot Limit Omaha High and Limit Omaha Hi/Lo, H.O.R.S.E., 5 Card Draw, and 2-7 Triple Draw. In addition to the wide range of games, PokerStars have attractive reward packages for the lucky winners and also to attract more poker enthusiasts out there.

The WCOOP 2023 Series

The PokerStars WCOOP 2023 will begin on September 10, 2023, until October 4, 2023. Poker enthusiasts will see the thrill and excitement of online poker events. Buy-ins start at $5.50, and there are different ways to join the festival.

The PokerStars Power Path allows players to save a spot on live and online games. The Bronze, Silver, and Gold Pass open the doors to WCOOP tournaments. The Gold Passes allow players to participate in the $10,300 WCOOP Main Event.

Several Pass bundles are expected to be released by PokerStars. These bundles will help more players join this prestigious event. Satellites offer 50/100/250 seats guaranteed for aspiring players.

A Recap of WCOOP 2022

The PokerStars WCOOP 2022 was packed with excitement—three hundred sixty-seven completed tournaments with 1,184,919 entries. With the number of entries, the prize pool reached $108,569,090. Furthermore, the first-place prizes increased to $17,001,233.

The countries that are in the top 9 of the leaderboard final standings are as follows:

PlaceCountries
1Azerbaijan, Cambodia, Greece, Indonesia, New Zealand, Slovakia, Tunisia, Uzbekistan
2Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Morocco, Slovenia, Switzerland
3Belgium, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ireland, Peru
4Armenia, Estonia, Malta, Uruguay
5Andorra, Croatia, Poland
6Argentina, Hungary, Mexico, Montenegro
7Kazakhstan, Lithuania
8Belarus
9Bulgaria, Finland

PokerStars WCOOP 2022 Main Event

The WCOOP 2022 concluded with the $10,300 NLH WCOOP Main Event. There were 760 participants and a prize pool of $7,600,000. Luis “Luisfaria” Faria won a $1,293,825 cash prize. In second place was “boerni21” from Hungary, with a $950,078 prize won. Next is “Prudently” from Denmark with a $697,658 cash prize. It was a tough fight for Faria since he competed against some of the best in poker tournaments. This includes Adrian “Amadi 017” Mateos, “yAAwn,” and “kZhh”.

There is still plenty of time to register for the PokerStars 2023 WCOOP. Please standby for more updates by PokerListings.

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