The month of November on PokerGO saw the conclusion of the 2021 World Series of Poker as Koray Aldemir was crowned World Champion, and the likes of Dan Cates, Adrian Mateos, Ole Schemion, Jeremy Ausmus, and Michael Addamo collected WSOP gold in the concluding streamed WSOP bracelet events.
Although the World Series of Poker from Las Vegas, Nevada, is behind us, attention can now be turned to World Series of Poker Europe from Rozvadov, Czech Republic. Along with the chase for WSOP Europe bracelets, two new events will also on PokerGO in December with the RGPS: All-Star ProAM and PokerGO Tour Championship.
World Series of Poker Europe
The 2021 WSOP Europe returns to King’s Resort with 15 WSOP bracelets up for grabs. Presented by ClubGG, there will be four WSOP Europe events streamed for free on PokerGO beginning on December 1 with the €25,000 Platinum High Rolle and concluding with the €10,000 Main Event final table on December 8.
On December 2, the final table of Event #11: €1,650 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max will take place, while on December 4, the conclusion of Event #13: €10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max will play out.
Watch WSOP Europe final tables from December 1-8, at 12:30 p.m. ET.
RGPS: All-Star ProAM
One of the new events on the PokerGO streaming schedule is the season-ending RGPS: All-Star ProAM that wraps up the revamped All-Stars Comeback Tour Powered by PokerGO.
The RGPS: All-Star ProAM is a 64-player tournament that will have Day 1 streamed on PokerGO.com for free on December 11. The field is split between players that qualified throughout RunGood Poker Series events around the country, while the remainder of the seats are reserved for celebrity and industry members.
Some of the players who will take a seat on Day 1 include Jeff Platt, Jamie Kerstetter, Veronica Brill, David Williams, Danielle Andersen, Brad Owen, Johnnie “Vibes” Moreno, Joe Stapleton, and 2021 World Champion Koray Aldemir. Also making an appearance will be Survivor winners “Boston Rob” Mariano and Tyson Apostol, along with actors Beth Hall and Michael Ian Black.
Day 1 will see the field play down to the final table that will return on December 12 to conclude the RGPS: All-Star ProAM.
Watch the RGPS: All-Star ProAM from December 11-12, at 4 p.m. ET.
PokerGO Tour Championship
The inaugural PokerGO Tour Championship is set to play out from inside the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The $50,000 buy-in tournament will put a bow on the PokerGO Tour presented by Guaranteed Rate that is set to crown its first winner once this event wraps up. The concluding poker tournament for 2022 will see the final table streamed exclusively on PokerGO.com on December 23.
Watch the PokerGO Tour Championship final table air on December 23, at 4 p.m. ET.
What Did You Miss in November?
The conclusion of the 2021 WSOP would see over 230 hours of content on PokerGO.com with a plethora of WSOP bracelet streams and every day of the WSOP Main Event streamed exclusively on PokerGO.com
Throughout November, WSOP gold bracelets were awarded to Koray Aldemir, Dan Cates, Adrian Mateos, Ole Schemion, Jeremy Ausmus, and Michael Addamo – and they all can be relived now.