After a four-year hiatus, the WSOP International Circuit will be back in the UK next month with a festival at the celebrated Dusk Till Dawn casino in Nottingham.
The festival is taking place at Dusk Till Dawn from March 8 to 20. The festival highlight is the £1,100 buy-in Main Event which comes with a £500,000 guaranteed prize pool and features three starting flights – Day 1a on Friday, March 17 at 4.30pm, Day 1b on Saturday and Day 1c on Sunday. There will also be a £120 buy-in live super satellite for the Main Event at Dusk Till Dawn on February 19.
In addition to earning a spot in the invitation-only "Tournament of Champions" event at the 2023 WSOP in Las Vegas, each champion from the live or online circuit events will also get a highly coveted WSOP gold ring.
In addition to the £500k guaranteed Main Event, the festival will feature a host of multi-day, single day and Championship ring events with buy-ins to suit all bankrolls, including a £170 Ladies event with £10k + 1 Main Event Seat guaranteed.
WSOP-C UK Main Event
17th - 20th March - £1,100 Buy-In - £500,000 GTD
WSOP-C Mini Main
5th - 10th March - £230 Buy-In - £111,000 GTD
[£100,000 + 10 x WSOP-C Main Event Seats GTD]
10th - 13th March - £340 Buy-In - £100,000 GTD
WSOP-C Monster Stack
13th - 15th March - £450 Buy-In - £100,000 GTD
WSOP-C 6-Handed Stack
15th - 17th March - £560 Buy-In - £100,000 GTD
WSOP-C Super High Roller
16th March - £5,300 Buy-In - £150,000 GTD
WSOP-C High Roller
19th March - £2,200 Buy-In - £100,000 GTD
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The last WSOP-C event at Dusk Till Dawn was back in 2019 and featured seven events. Andrey Veselov won the £1,100 Main Event for £114,530 after beating a field of more than 1,000 entries.
Among those who made the final table was Tim Chung, MainEventTravel Managing Director Fraser MacIntyre – who finished fifth for £44,000 – and Jack O'Neill. A total of 119 players cashed including Jeff Kimber, Turkish #1 Orpen Kisacikoglu, Richard Trigg, Christos Xanthopoulous, Sam Grafton, Tom Hall, Joe Hindry and Phillip Huxley.
Fraser MacIntyre said: “Any WSOP event always has a very special feel so I'm thrilled that the WSOP Circuit event will be back at Dusk Till Dawn next month. I loved playing at the WSOP-C there in 2019 - and obviously it was even more exciting to make the final table. This time I'm aiming to improve significantly on fifth place i.e. win it! This is a fantastic event at a great venue so I highly recommend it!”
To add to the WSOP Circuit glamour at Dusk Till Dawn, the casino’s new partnership with PokerNews means reporters will be covering the Main Event from the start– giving all players their chance to shine on a global media platform.
Dusk Till Dawn was launched in 2007 by avid poker player Rob Yong who decided to build his own venue after he and a friend were turned away from a poker tournament for being one minute late. It was designed “specifically as a place to poker” and has stayed true to its roots ever since. The 45-table venue now hosts some of the biggest tournaments in Europe – including the UKIPT, the APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker, partypoker’s Grand Prix tournaments and the MILLIONS UK. The club also has a ton of cash game tables starting from as low as £1/£1 NLHE and PLO.
Dusk Till Dawn always has a ton of great events planned. As well as next month’s WSOP-C event the venue will also be hosting the DTD100 event in a few weeks, as well as the Easter Cup in April, the APAT UKCOAP in May and the PokerNews Cup in August.