We all enjoy a tease



We all enjoy a tease.

And that is exactly what the World Series of Poker has done by providing us with just a glimpse into the 2019 edition.

With 2019 being a celebratory year (50 years of WSOP), this year is expected to be something a little special. Running from May 28-July 16, the seven-week action-packed premier tournament returns once more to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

The hotel has been home to the World Series of Poker for the past 15 years and at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, every single room is a spacious suite with spectacular views of the Vegas Valley. Situated near the Las Vegas Strip makes it easy for guests to explore if simply looking out of the floor to ceiling windows is not enough!

Those there for the poker can expect dozens of events that will be spread across the tournament and this year, the total prize pool is thought to be in excess of $200 million.

Notable events are sure to attract poker players from all over the globe, and in line with WSOP’s 50th anniversary there is a Big 50 No-Limit Hold’em event taking place May 30-June 2 with four starting flights.

Players in this tournament will have a starting stack of 50,000 with 50-minute levels and as this event has a massive $5 million is guarantees with a buy-in of $500 it is set to be one of the most stylish and largest events in the history of WSOP.

Unfortunately, not all of us are going to be able to travel to Sin City to enjoy the whole feel of the casino play, and if that is the case for you then why not try out one of the high-end online sites like the best nektan casinos, which was launched in 2008.

Nektan provides the software platform that many leading UK casinos operate on. With a great range of games on offer, you will be able to find all the action from the comfort of your own home. It might not be Las Vegas but the entertainment and excitement you do get playing online is unique and is one of the reasons that online casinos are so popular.

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