2023 is sure to be a record year for live poker. Every organizer is looking to expand their schedule, with even the WSOP announcing an alternative to the classics in Vegas and Rosewood.
Now PokerGO is on the move too. Their schedule (PGT Series, Poker Masters and Super High Roller Bowl) was already full, but the operator decided to expand further.
In an interesting addition, another series dedicated to Omaha will be in Las Vegas October 19-30. The festival was held for the first time earlier this year and has been surprisingly successful: more than 1,000 individuals signed up and more than $10,000,000 in prize money.
The PGT PLO will kick off with a special four-day super high $100,000 ($300,000 in Texas Hold’em) Omaha Roller Bowl, taking place October 16-18. The final two days – the pre-finals and the final table – will be broadcast live on PokerGO.
The program also includes the ARIA High Roller Series, scheduled for November 27-30. This stop looks a bit odd, as it only includes four events, each with a $10,000 buy-in.
The new poker year kicks off with PGT Last, while the PokerGO Circuit completes series opportunities (January 2-7). It’s a series of six unannounced tournaments offering one last chance to win leaderboard points. The winner will receive $50,000.
A special $1,000,000 freeroll will take place on January 9th. It is open to the top 40 finishers in all PGT series. The winner will receive $500,000 and an additional $500,000 will be distributed among all final table participants.
In the meantime, there will be some great content for you to enjoy in a few weeks. On September 14, the Poker Masters Jacket Series kicked off with the classic Super High Roller Bowl.