The 2022 World Series of Poker International Circuit on the island of Sint Maarten is gearing up for the crown jewel of the schedule. Believe it or not but the $1,700 Main Event is just one day around the corner and will kick off on April 1st. You’d be a fool to miss that one as it comes with a guaranteed prize pool of $200,000 and that will likely be surpassed by a significant margin.
However, there is more business to be done prior to that as two WSOP Circuit rings are set to be awarded today. First up, the very successful $400 Black Chip Bounty tournament will head into an extra day as of 3.30pm local time and four tables remain out of a field of 247 entries. The 33 survivors will aim to notch up further $100 bounties en route to earning a slice of the $56,810 cash prizes as well, which happens to be the case for the top 21 finishers.
WSOPC Ring Event #8: $400 Black Chip Bounty
Level 16: Blinds 3,000-6,000 BBA 6,000
33 / 247 Entries
The blinds in level 16 will recommence with 3,000-6,000 and a big blind ante of 6,000. All levels will last 30 minutes each and the tournament should determine a winner tonight.
As of 4pm local time, the Casino Royale will host a $70 satellite for the next $400 Ring Event. This happens to be a $400 NLHE Semi Turbo with levels of 20 and 30 minutes as of 6pm local time. The registration and re-entry period is open until the start of level ten and it is the second edition of this event during the ongoing series. A few days ago, Alen Bakovic won his first gold ring in the early morning hours and will very likely be back to try and double his tally.
Last but not least, a $250 satellite for the $1,700 WSOPC Main Event is scheduled for 9pm local time. Several players were able to win their seats for the flagship tournament in the last few days.