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2018-2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) U.S. Circuit Events Coming to Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

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Aug/03/2018

COCONUT CREEK, Fla. - Seminole Casino Coconut Creek will soon be hosting the first of two tournaments on the 2018-2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) U.S. Circuit.  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

The initial WSOP tournament at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, which will span 12 days beginning on Thursday, September 13, will feature a plethora of recreational and amateur players who will ultimately compete in a $1 million guaranteed Main Event, scheduled for September 21-24.
 
Leading up to the Main Event, a number of other events are scheduled including a $300,000 guaranteed No Limit Hold’em competition and a $100,000 guaranteed Monster Stack event.
 
Until Friday, September 14, at 11:59 p.m., players will have the opportunity to win a seat into the main event via an online contest as well as secure special hotel rates. Please visit Coco Poker for more details.
 
Following the September tournament, the WSOP will return to Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, February 7-18, 2019. The WSOP U.S. Circuit’s 15th season, which got underway August 2, offers a record 28 stops, all linked by a points system tied to the WSOP gold-bracelet awarding, $1 million-plus prize pool and season-culminating Global Casino Championship.
 
The 2018-19 WSOP season features more benefits for players, including more starting chips and new price points.

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