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  1. It looks like the BIG 50 is going to be the tournament all small stakes poker players will want to play, as it offers them the chance at winning a bracelet for the lowest buy-in in WSOP history. Just $50 will give you a chance at winning a slice of a $1,000,000 guarantee. There are two flights a day from August 16-23, with Day 2 taking place on August 23 at 19:30 (BST). If you're wanting to try your luck at WSOP satellites to bracelet events on GGPoker, then they've thought of you already! The WSOP Silk Road promotion offers a series of direct satellites with millions of dollars in tickets guaranteed to the marquee events of the WSOP 2020 Online Bracelet Series. The Silk Road runs all the way through until August 31st, with buy-ins starting at just $1.08. Be sure to head to the GGPoker client to check out how to satellite into any of the tournaments mentioned in this article! Sign Up for a GGPoker Account Through PokerNews If you want to play in the WSOP 2020 Online on GGPoker, you'll need to sign up for an account. By downloading GGPoker via PokerNews entitles you to a welcome bonus worth up to $600. Your first deposit is matched 200% up to a maximum of $600, setting you up nicely in time for the WSOP Online. Be sure to check out what tournament to play in September and find the link to sign up here: https://www.pokernews.com/news/2020/07/how-to-play-the-ggpoker-2020-wsop-online-on-a-budget-37597.htm

  2. Sarah Herring, Jeff Platt and Chad Holloway discuss the final bracelet events of the WSOP.com portion of the WSOP Online Bracelet events and the GGpoker bracelets that have been awarded and are currently playing out. Highlights include a win by Kristen Bicknell and a stacked Final Table for the Millionaire Maker. The crew discusses the latest updates in the Negreanu and Polk Grudge, partypoker WPT World Online Championships and Antonio Esfandiari vs Phil Hellmuth Heads-Up! The show includes two guests: Nick Guagenti on his 1st WSOP bracelet and Gordon the Founder of Best Poker Coaching! [TimeStamps] 06:30 | Phil Hellmuth vs Antonio Esfandiari High Stakes Duel 08:45 | ICYMI Phil Hellmuth Interview https://youtu.be/Rm2v1e_djGw 09:30 | WSOP.com Player of the Series 15:15 | Nick Guagenti Joins show 17:15 I Maybe the toughest FT of the WSOP.com Online Series? 20:50 | The benefit of anonymity 22:20 | Huge Hands 24:30 | You are going to lose, how to handle wins 27:30 | Coming Close so many times 31:30 | The pain most people don’t realize about poker 34:10 | Event #30 Seniors Event 38:00 | Event #31 Championships 42:00 | What is BestPokerCoaching.com and why is it different? 46:00 | Is GTO profitable for the average person? 51:10 | Coaching for Profits? 54:00 | How Does it Work? 58:00 | Where 98% of Mistakes are made 01:03:00 | How do we know it works? 01:09:00 | Coaches or players or both? 01:13:15 | Masterclasses & costs 01:18:30 | GGPoker 01:19:35 | Colossus & PLOssus 01:36:30 | News from the rest of the GG side of Online Bracelets 01:21:04 | 10K Short Deck 01:21:40 | Kristen Bicknell Wins 3rd Bracelet 01:24:13 | Events 45-50 01:29:00| Update on Daniel Negreanu and Doug Polk 01:35:00 | Run it Once 01:36:00 | WPT 8-Max Championship 01:42:15 | Oddschecker For more on the GGpoker WSOP Online Bracelet Series check out: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2020-ggpoker-wsop-online-bracelet-events/event-52-1000-nlh/

  3. Sarah Herring talks to former poker pro Gordon who founded Best Poker Coaching about what differentiates BPC from the slews of poker training sites out there. Gordon explains some VERY unique concepts in BPC like their Coaching For Profits Program which means you only pay when you win...that is the level of confidence in the program and you can see that clearly in the interview. Gordon explains how this and other elements of the site originated and is all based on data analysis and real-life hands. He admits that even he did not believe a system this simple would work, but it continues to make money for students year after year. You can find reviews, testimonials and more about Best Poker Coaching here: https://www.bestpokercoaching.com

  4. On Wednesday night, the 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Series Event #29: $2,000 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack attracted 580 players who rebought 167 times. That resulted in a 747-entry field with a $1,419,300 prize pool up for grabs. After 11 hours of play, it was Nick “shadowjacker” Guagenti emerging victorious to the tune of $305,433.36 and his first gold bracelet. Guagenti talks to Chad Holloway about coming into the Final table with anonymity, the most difficult spots and how difficult poker can be. For more on his win check out: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2020-wsop-com-online-bracelet-events/event-29-nlh-turbo-deepstack-6-handed/

  5. From the 1st August, the WSOP Online will be exclusively on GGPoker, so whether you're playing on the client for the first time or you're a seasoned online pro, we thought we'd bring you five things you didn't know about the WSOP Online on GGPoker. 1. STAKING on DAY 2: Poker fans and players can now buy a piece of their favourite player's action or sell their own should they survive Day 1 of phased tournaments. 2. Convert Multiple Event Tickets into T$ After the series has finished, your unused tickets will be exchanged for T$ that you can use to enter any tournament on GGPoker 3. Pick Your Own WSOP Event When the WSOP Online schedule on GGPoker was announced, the poker community was intrigued to see a new type of bracelet event announced! Three 'People's Choice' events were announced, with the formats and buy-ins yet to be announced. 4. Best Stack Forward Any player that makes it to the end of a Day 1 with a stack is allowed to take part in additional Day 1s if they want to, providing they have not exceeded the maximum number of re-entries. However, if a player finishes multiple Day 1s with chips, only the highest chip stack will go to Day 2. 5. Take Advantage of Bubble Protection GGPoker's popular Bubble Protection is available throughout the WSOP Online. It's available for all non-phase events with buy-ins less than $999. This means that if you register before the start of play and go on to bubble the tournament, you'll receive your buy-in back. Check out this article to find 10 Things You Don’t Know About the WSOP Online at GGPoker: https://www.pokernews.com/news/2020/07/ten-things-you-didnt-know-about-the-wsop-online-on-ggpoker-37675.htm