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There’s Still Time To Enter the WSOPC Main Event at GGPoker

GGPoker WSOPC Main Event

The GGPoker WSOP Online Super Circuit Main Event is up and running but there’s still time to get involved and win what will be a gigantic first-place prize.

Several Day 1s are already done and dusted and they’ve resulted in the $5 million guarantee being blown out of the water. Some 6,671 players have bought in so far and created a $6,337,450 prize pool. First-place is currently worth $900,342, but both figures are set to rise as six more Day 1s take place from May 30-31.

Remaining WSOPC Main Event Schedule

DateTime (CET)EventBuy-in
Sat 30 May4:30 p.m.WSOPC Ring Event #17: Main Event $5M Gtd [Day 1]$1,000
 8:30 p.m.WSOPC Ring Event #17: Main Event $5M Gtd [Day 1]$1,000
 11:30 p.m.WSOPC Ring Event #17: Main Event $5M Gtd [Day 1]$1,000
Sun 31 May2:15 p.m.WSOPC Ring Event #17: Main Event $5M Gtd [Day 1]$1,000
 4:15 p.m.WSOPC Ring Event #17: Main Event $5M Gtd [Day 1]$1,000
 6:00 p.m.WSOPC Ring Event #17: Main Event $5M Gtd [Day 1, Turbo]$1,000

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Five of the remaining Day 1s are played to a standard blind structure that increases every 13-minutes, with the sixth and final flight being a turbo format with 8-minute blinds. All Day 1s cost $1,000 and see you start with 50,000 chips and with blinds starting at 250/500/50a.

If the $1,000 buy-in is outside the constraints of your bankroll there are plenty of $100 satellites running on May 30. These guarantee between two and five $1,000 seats depending on their start time.

Remaining WSOPC Main Event Day 1 Satellites

DateTime (CET)EventBuy-in
Sat 30 May2:31 p.m.WSOPC Ring #17 Main Event Sat: 2 Seats$100
 3:31 p.m.WSOPC Ring #17 Main Event Sat: 2 Seats$100
 5:32 p.m.WSOPC Ring #17 Main Event Sat: 5 Seats$100
 7:32 p.m.WSOPC Ring #17 Main Event Sat: 2 Seats$100
 8:33 p.m.WSOPC Ring #17 Main Event Sat: 4 Seats$100
 10:31 p.m.WSOPC Ring #17 Main Event Sat: 2 Seats$100

picobyte Is The Current Chip Leader

Canada’s “picobyte” is the player to catch right now after excelling in their Day 1. The Canadian bagged up a tournament-leading 1,510,722 chips but only 10 big blinds separate the top four players.

“WhiteChick” (1,485,381), “Smkoy” (1,477,306), and “mrsweets29” (1,414,136) have done their chances of winning this event no harm at all by starting the Main Event like a house on fire. At the time of writing, the top four players have more than four-times the average stack (353,940).

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Current Top 10 Chip Leaders (May 30)

PlacePlayerCountryChips
1picobyteCanada1,510,722
2WhiteChickSingapore1,485,381
3SmkoyGermany1,477,306
4mrsweets29Brazil1,414,136
5LIAKOURASCanada1,267,292
6nanggHong Kong1,256,475
7C.Darwin900United Kingdom1,223,461
8>>L<<Brazil1,220,676
9beibei12China1,199,269
10mon$terDadHong Kong1,171,109

PokerNews Is Reporting on the Main Event Final Day

You may see your name adorning the famous PokerNews Live Reporting pages if you make it through to the tournament’s final day on May 31 because our team of reporting are providing live updates for the poker community.

Cards are in the air on the final day from 9:00 p.m. CET on May 31 and we’ll be with you from start to finish as the Main Event crowns its worthy champion.

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