May 24, 2021 2 min read

High Roller Events at the Venetian Start This Week Thursday

Three High Roller events at the Venetian in Las Vegas are starting this week. The tournaments are a part of the DeepStack Championship Poker Series. Launching on Thursday, the events will run through Saturday this week. Buy-ins for the first two events are set at $10,000, while the buy-in for the third event is $25,000.

High Roller Tournament Starts This Thursday at the Venetian

A new tournament, a part of the PokerGO Tour starts at the Venetian in Las Vegas on Thursday this week. The three High Roller events will run from Thursday, May 27 through Saturday, May 29. High Roller 1, 2, and 3 are a part of the DeepStack Championship Poker Series which launched on May 3 and will run through August 1. Overall, the poker series offer significant prizes with more than $15 million guaranteed.

The first High Roller event launches on Thursday at 2 pm and features a $10,000 buy-in. Playing no-limit hold ’em, players will start with 100,000 chips. Every 40 minutes, the blinds are going to increase, while a shot-clock of 30-seconds is valid for each of the players.

Similar to the first High Roller event, the second event starts on Friday at 2 pm. The event features a $10,000 buy-in no-limit hold ’em. Players participating in the second event receive 100,000 in chips, and blinds increase every 40 minutes. The third High Roller event which starts on Saturday at 2 pm features a $25,000 buy-in. While blinds are set to increase every 40 minutes, the players will be starting with 125,000 in chips.

Besides the Venetian, more tournaments are coming to the Strip this month. Back in April, Wynn announced that the 2021 Wynn Summer Classic rolls out on May 27. With a total of 30 events, the Summer Classic will run through July 13, featuring the headliner Wynn Millions which holds $10,000,000 guaranteed. With that in mind, the most awaited event for poker fans, the World Series of Poker (WSOP) was unfortunately postponed to September due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.


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