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WPT: We already know the stops of the second half of 2024

The World Poker Tour has become a worldwide phenomenon with many stops year after year. The second half of the twenty-second season has proven that the name "World Tour" is literal - from Macau, through Australia and Europe, all the way to America!

Two days after the conclusion of the $3,500 buy-in WPT Rolling Thunder Championship stop, which was won by Casey Sandretto for $246,600, the WPT series has announced all of the 2024 stops. The second half of the "WPT of the Year" will take place at four global destinations, and players can get ready for a hefty dose of poker action and fun.

Before the actual start, however, there are still spring events to come - the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown kicks off in Florida on April 18, and the last stop of the first half will be the WPT Choctaw in Southern Oklahoma starting on May 5.

What's in store for the second half of the WPT's 22nd season?

The second half of the WPT schedule includes stops in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia in eight different cities. The icing on the cake of the entire schedule, however, will be the last Main Event of December at the Wynn Casino in Las Vegas. While the date is not yet known, it promises to be quite a ride again this year given the success of last year's first event with a guarantee of an astronomical $40,000,000.

WPT schedule of events for the second half of 2024:

WPT Macau20. - 24.6.
WPT Prime Taiwan15. - 19.8.
WPT Prime UK12. - 16.9.
WPT Australia20. - 25.9.
WPT Prime Liechtenstein26. - 30.9.
WPT Paris22. - 27.10.
WPT Bestbet Scramble15. - 20.11.
WPT Seminole Hard Rock 'N' Roll Poker Open29.11. - 4.12.

As you can see, the WPT's event-packed series brings every poker enthusiast fun-filled tournaments in different corners of the earth. The first stop will be the aforementioned WPT Macau, where players can play the Main Event for HK$40,000, which translates to a whopping €4,700. We already wrote about this special stop when we mentioned the return of poker to Las Vegas, Asia after six long years.

V Macau sa opäť rozbiehajú pokrové turnaje, v júni si tu zahráte aj WPTPoker tournaments are starting up again in Macau, including the WPT in June

After exotic stops in Taiwan and Australia, the WPT series will also delight players from Europe, with events in Liechtenstein and Paris with a buy-in of around €1,100. The last events on the list will be the WPT Bestbet Scramble stops in Jacksonville and the Hard Rock 'N' Roll finale with buy-ins of $5,000 and $3,500, respectively, which promise to once again see a huge turnout for one of the most watched events in the world. We in the editorial team can only add that we'll be following these events and bringing you updates as they happen!

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