• July 30, 2021

WPT500 Returns

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The event will feature a $565 buy-in and 10 starting flights. In 2014, the $1 million guarantee was nearly doubled after a prize pool of just shy of $1.8 million was generated from 3,599 entries. This year, more money will be awarded and it will all kick off on Sunday, May 31.
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The remaining nine starting flights will then be spread out over the course of June and the beginning of July, with the final flight taking place as a turbo on Sunday, July 5 at 8 a.m. local time before Day 2 starts at 1 p.m. Day 3 will be the final table and take place on Monday, July 6.
With 10 starting flights available, players will be allowed one reentry per day, plus the chance to play any and all starting flights. If a player who plays multiple starting flights advances to Day 2 in more than one instance, he or she will be able to carry the largest stack forward to Day 2.
According to the WPT, every starting flight will end in the money with five percent of the field remaining. Last year’s 3,599-entry field was topped by Sean Yu (pictured). He walked away with a whopping $260,000 in prize money, and 432 players cashed altogether. Looking for best online poker game website? Follow us and check out our promotions we offer you  the best online poker bonus.
2015 WPT500 Schedule

Date Time (PT) Day
Sunday, May 31 12 p.m. Day 1a
Monday, June 1 12 p.m. Day 1b
Tuesday, June 2 12 p.m. Day 1c
Saturday, June 6 12 p.m. Day 1d
Sunday, June 7 12 p.m. Day 1e
Monday, June 8 12 p.m. Day 1f
Thursday, July 2 12 p.m. Day 1g
Friday, July 3 12 p.m. Day 1h
Saturday, July 4 12 p.m. Day 1i
Sunday, July 5 8 a.m. Day 1j
  1 p.m. Day 2
Monday, July 6 12 p.m. Day 3 (final table)

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