The PokerGO Studio welcomes back the U.S. Poker Open this week, with the series set to take place from June 3-15. There will be 12 high-stakes events taking place with buy-ins starting in the $10,000 range. The series kicks off with Event #1, the $10,000 NLH option, with PokerGO streaming all the action. Subscribers of PokerGO can easily follow along with the gameplay, with a short delay in place.

Tournaments on the schedule will be a mix of Texas Hold’em, Omaha, 8-game, big-bet mix, and short deck. Several top players are expected to compete including Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Kristen Bicknell, Dan Smith, Ali Imsirovic, and more.

Details of the Series

Starting tomorrow, through June 15, the best of the best in the poker world will hit the felt at the PokerGO Studio within the ARIA to see who will claim the title wins. The Las Vegas Casino will feature the series, with one tournament set to take place each day of the schedule.

The first ten events all have $10,000 buy-ins. On June 13, a $25,000 tournament is on the schedule, featuring a No-Limit Hold’em format. The final event on the schedule has the largest buy-in at $50,000. This event is also an NLH format.

All tournaments in the Open will have double re-entry except for the final event. The $50,000 tournament will have a single re-entry only.

PokerGO Tour

Each of the poker tournaments included in the U.S. Poker Open is part of the PokerGO Tour. During the tour, players earn points for competing and cashing out in events. The points also help to decide who wins the U.S. Poker Open Championship. The title includes $50,000 in added prize money plus a Golden Eagle Trophy.

Once the U.S. Poker Open comes to an end, the ARIA will host a High Roller event on June 15. This tournament will have a $25,000 buy-in and NLH format. On June 25, the Wynn Las Vegas will host the PokerGO Tour with the Wynn MILLIONS, which includes a $10,000 buy-in and NLH format.

Fast-forward to July and PokerGO will start the PokerGO Cup. The Cup will take place at the ARIA and will offer NLH events with buy-ins ranging from $10,000 to $100,000. On July 12, the ARIA will host the PokerGO Heads-Up Championship which has a $100,000 buy-in.

The schedule then continues throughout the year, moving down to the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida then back up to Las Vegas, with events set at The Venetian and the ARIA once again.