June 21, 2024

Dive into the Thrill: $250,000 Super High Roller No-Limit Hold'em at the WSOP

Aria Williams
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Welcome back to PokerNews, the beating heart of the poker world and the official media partner of the 2024 World Series of Poker. As we gear up for the exhilarating showdowns and mind-blowing bluffs, we're here to bring you live updates from all bracelet events, right from the heart of Horseshoe and Paris, Las Vegas. Today marks the beginning of an event that promises to keep you on the edge of your seat - Event #55: $250,000 Super High Roller No-Limit Hold'em.

Dive into the Thrill: $250,000 Super High Roller No-Limit Hold'em at the WSOP

Key Takeaways:

  • The event boasts a massive starting stack of 1,500,000 chips, with eight 60-minute levels of gameplay planned for Day 1.
  • Players have the opportunity for one reentry and can register late until the start of Level 11 on Day 2.
  • Last year's event set records, with Chris Brewer clinching his first WSOP bracelet and a whopping $5,293,556.

The anticipation is palpable as the $250,000 Super High Roller No-Limit Hold'em kicks off at 12 p.m. local time today. With the late registration window open until Day 2's Level 11 and one reentry allowed, the strategic depth of this tournament is unparalleled. Players will navigate through fifteen-minute breaks every two levels, adding a layer of endurance to the skill required to triumph.

Reflecting on last year's monumental event, we witnessed the largest field in the history of the $250,000 Super High Roller No-Limit Hold'em at the WSOP. A staggering 99 entries generated a prize pool that exceeded $17 million, culminating in Chris Brewer's victory over Artur Martirosian in a heads-up battle that etched Brewer's name in poker history.

For those eyeing the coveted bracelet and planning to join the fray, PokerNews offers an exclusive edge with MyStack. This innovative tool, available for every WSOP event, empowers you to update your chip counts live on our reporting pages. By creating a free PokerNews account, you're not just participating; you're controlling how your journey is shared with the world, making every chip count and every move part of the live action.

What Else is Happening at the WSOP?

The WSOP is buzzing with action across various events:

  • The $10,000 Razz Championship is seeing fierce competition, with notable names making deep runs.
  • The $100,000 High Roller has crowned a new champion, awarding over $2.8 million and a coveted bracelet.
  • The $5,000 NLHE 6-Max field is so competitive it could easily rival a $50K event, showcasing the incredible talent drawn to the WSOP.

As we dive into the heart of the poker universe, stay tuned to PokerNews for all the latest updates, live action, and in-depth analysis from the 2024 World Series of Poker. Whether you're aiming to be the next champion or simply love the game, we're here to ensure you don't miss a beat.

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Aria Williams
Aria Williams

Aria Williams, New Zealand's prominent voice in online casino game localization, masterfully fuses the thrilling world of gaming with the rich Kiwi spirit. Their deft touch ensures every game not only entertains but resonates deeply with the locals.

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