WSOP Online Bracelet Preview – Event #88: $500 No-Limit Hold’em Summer Saver

Bart Shirley July 11, 2019 593 Reads

All good things must come to an end. And so, we have come to the last WSOP online bracelet preview. The last online bracelet event will be Event #88, the No-Limit Hold’em Summer Saver.

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Event #88: $500 No-Limit Hold’em Summer Saver

This final online bracelet event is a nice coda to a great Series season. It is a no-limit hold’em event that is both standard and extraordinary.

With a $500 buy-in, this event is affordable for almost every player. The opportunity for a bracelet rarely comes so cheaply.

At the time of this writing, there are nearly 50 people already signed up. All signs point to a massive final online event, with thousands of players on the hunt for WSOP gold.

The $500 buys the player a seat and 20,000 in starting chips. As has been the case with several other similar events, the Summer Saver allows players to rebuy three times, but there are no add-ons.

Blinds will increase every 15 minutes. So, there should be plenty of opportunities to make well-considered plays.

As a reminder, this tournament is open to any players physically located within the states of Nevada and New Jersey. Players from other states will need to travel AND fully fund their accounts in order to become eligible.

For those who do not wish to pay the full amount, there are several satellites available for this tournament. They are:

  • 30 Seats GTD – Mega Satellite to Event #88: $500 No-Limit Hold’em Summer Saver – July 13
    • $33 buy-in
    • 30 seats guaranteed to the event itself
    • Unlimited rebuys allowed, but only one add-on
  • Gold Bracelet Event Freeroll – July 12
    • Open to players with Welcome Week freeroll tickets
    • 1 seat to the winner
  • VIP Summer Saver Online Bracelet Freeroll – July 13
    • Open by invitation only
    • 1 seat to the winner
  • $500 WSOP Online Bracelet Seat ALL-IN Satellite
    • Sit-n-go
    • $10 buy-in
    • Players are all-in for each hand
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