Riding high on the overwhelming success of its 2022 WPT World Championship at the Wynn, the WPT announced the first half of its 2023 season XXI schedule.
CEO Adam Pliska promised a push beyond the WPT’s 20th anniversary season and promised new partnerships in the coming year.
The next WPT Main Tour event kicks off (no joke) April 1 with a $3,500 buy-in at Thunder Valley Casino in California. This is the first time Thunder Valley has hosted a WPT event since 2020. The tour will continue at Florida’s Seminole Hard Rock April 28. The last time the WPT showed up there in 2021, the $3,500 championship event built a prize pool of nearly $8 million. The WPT Main Tour will finish off the first half of the year in at Choctaw (May 5) in Oklahoma and Gardens Casino (May 21) in California.
VP of Global Tour Management Angelica Hael said, “It is the pride of WPT to offer such a wide range of tournament festivals when it comes to buy-in and location.”
The WPT also launched its first half schedule for its Prime tour with first-time stops in Paris, Slovakia, and Sanremo.
The entire first half schedule is below.
WPT Prime Paris (Jan 31– Feb 5) Club Circus Paris (Paris, France)
WPT Prime Gold Coast (Mar 2 – 6) The Star Gold Coast (Gold Coast, Australia)
WPT Prime Cambodia (Mar 16 – 20) Naga World Integrated Resort (Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
WPT Prime Amsterdam (Mar 29 – Apr 1) Holland Casino (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
WPT Rolling Thunder (Apr 1 – Apr 4) Thunder Valley Casino (Lincoln, California)
WPT Prime India (Apr 13 – 17) Deltin Royale Casino (Goa, India)
WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown (Apr 28 – May 2) Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino (Hollywood, Florida)
WPT Choctaw (May 5 – 8) Choctaw Casino Resort (Durant, Oklahoma)
WPT Prime Slovakia (May 11 – 15) Card Casino Bratislava (Bratislava, Slovakia)
WPT Gardens Poker Championship (May 21 – 25) The Gardens Casino (Hawaiian Gardens, California)
WPT Prime Vietnam (May 25 – 29) Crown Poker Club (Hanoi, Vietnam)
WPT Prime Sanremo (Jun 7 – 11) Casinò di Sanremo (Sanremo, Italy)