Seniors Champion to Be Crowned – Bounty Galore to Follow

The 2022 World Series of Poker International Circuit Caribbean stop is gearing up for the crown jewel of the series as the $1,700 Main Event will commence in a few days. However, until then, several of the coveted WSOP gold rings are still up for grabs and at least one of them will be awarded today.

At 3.30 pm local time, 19 survivors out of 117 entries will return to their seats in the Casino Royale for the final day of the WSOPC Ring Event #7 $300 Seniors Event. No prize money has been awarded yet as the entire $29,250 is up for grabs with the top 15 spots earning a share of it. Several short stacks will aim to scrape through and that could make for a tense opening stage.

The blinds will recommence with level 15 at blinds of 1,500-3,000 and a big blind ante of 3,000. All levels 30 minutes each and the min cash is worth $500 while the winner takes home the coveted gold ring, top prize of $8,250 and entry into the $1 million guaranteed Tournament of Champions in Las Vegas.

WSOPC Ring Event #7: $300 Seniors
Level 15: Blinds 1,500-3,000 BBA 3,000

19 / 117 Remaining

-> Chip Counts Day 1 and Day 2 Seat Draw
-> Payout Information

Half an hour later at 4pm local time, a $70 satellite for the upcoming $400 Black Chip Bounty tournament takes place and the next gold ring event is then slated to get underway as of 6pm local time. It has been scheduled as a one-day event but depending on the field size, that may get expanded to two days. All players receive 15,000 in chips and for each knockout, a $100 bounty prize will get awarded.

-> WSOPC Ring Event #8: $400 Black Chip Bounty Structure

Last but not least, the daily schedule concludes with a $135 satellite for the $1,700 WSOPC Main Event, which includes the option of $100 rebuys for the first four 20-minute levels.

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