Poker Players Will Be Able To Compete for WSOP Bracelets Online

By | September 20, 2021

The World Series of Poker announces that it will add online bracelets to its 2021 event. Poker news informs that each Sunday, players from New Jersey and Nevada will try to get the WSOP symbol.

11 bracelets in total will be given to participants

WSOP’s gold bracelet is a dream of every professional poker player. However, not every player who takes part in this competition can obtain it. For example, Shannon Elizabeth, a popular female poker player, couldn’t win the bracelet, although it won $83 604.

This year’s edition has prepared many opportunities for participants to compete for this much-desired reward. The World Series of Poker has confirmed officially that players from the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Nevada will be allowed to participate in the tournaments with gold bracelets as rewards. Pennsylvania will have the last bracelet. Eleven bracelets in total are expected to be distributed during the event online. The 2021 participants will play their best poker games to become an owner of the prize. The online race for bracelets will start on October 3.

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