WSOP Paradise
WSOP Paradise has already welcomed some of the biggest players in the poker world.

The World Series of Poker has landed in The Bahamas and over the course of the next fortnight, a total of 15 WSOP bracelet events will create legends in Atlantis. The famous venue, known once for its heritage with the European Poker Tour’s PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) now plays host to over a dozen bracelet events attended by the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Josh Arieh, and the 2023 WSOP Main Event world champion, Daniel Weinman.

Back to Atlantis

The action is underway at Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas, with WSOP Paradise screening several live final tables on PokerGO. With 15 events in total, those covered by PokerGO and available via subscription include some marquee high-ticket events sure to be packed with superstars.

With coverage on both the CBS Sports Network and PokerGO – the exclusive streaming partner of the WSOP – are set to deliver coverage around the tournaments with nine days of livestreamed coverage. There will also be a trio of episodes produced for television and featuring the presenting skills of legendary poker combo Lon McEachern and Norman Chad.

Here are all the events, including the scheduled streamed events, the Millionaire Maker, GG MILLION$ Live and the WSOP Paradise Main Event Championship.

WSOP Paradise 2023 Event Schedule (Televised in bold)
Date Event Entry (inc. fee) Guarantee
Dec 3rd Mystery Millions $1,650 $5,000,000
Dec 4th Millionaire Maker $1,500 $5,000,000
Dec 5th GGMILLION$ High Roller $26,000 $10,000,000
Dec 5th Mini Main Event $1,100 $1,000,000
Dec 7th Pot Limit Omaha High Roller $26,000 $2,000,000
Dec 7th 6-Max No Limit Hold’em $3,300 $1,000,000
Dec 8th Super High Roller NLHE $52,000 $2,000,000
Dec 8th Mystery Bounty PLO (Online) $2,100 $1,000,000
Dec 9th Ultra High Roller NLHE $103,000 $5,000,000
Dec 9th Main Event Championship $5,300 $15,000,000
Dec 12th Flip & Go NLHE $800 n/a
Dec 13th Freezeout NLHE $1,050 $1,000,000
Dec 13th PLO Championship $10,200 $1,000,000
Dec 13th The Closer (Turbo Bounty) $2,400 $1,000,000
Dec 14th High Roller 6-Max NLHE $10,400 $1,000,000


 WSOP ‘Sending Paradise Home’

“We’re ready to welcome the Poker World to one of the most beautiful places in the world.”

With many players unable to make the trip to the Bahamas as easily as they would a pilgrimage to the poker paradise of Las Vegas, the World Series of Poker are keen to bring as much of the atmosphere to those left at home.

“With big guarantees, tons of online qualifiers, extra cash bonuses and now traditional television coverage, we’re ready to welcome the Poker World to one of the most beautiful places in the world next month,” said Ty Stewart, the Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the WSOP. “For those who can’t take a poker vacation to the Bahamas, we’re happy to send a bit of Paradise back home.”

Players including bracelet winners Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth and the 2023 WSOP Main Event Daniel Weinman being joined in Paradise by four-time NBA Champion Tony Parker, Manchester City and Argentina legend Sergio Agüero and chess grandmaster Alexandra Botez, the Bahamas is clearly to place to play… and you can do so without hopping on a plane.

Who Can You Back in the Bahamas?

There are any number of superb poker players who have landed in Atlantis and who could make you a fortune. Yes, via the PokerStake Staking Page for the WSOP Paradise series, you can invest in soe of poker’s finest as they take to the felt. ‘Chainsaw’ a.k.a Allen Kessler is among those selling their poker wares as he pitches up in Paradise, with ‘Boston Rob’ Mariano another who is putting up some of his Main Event, but be quick, as he’s selling 5% of his Main Event at ‘spot’.

Adam Hendrix, Alex Livingston and Josh Arieh all have packages up for sale, and those hugely successful WSOP players are joined by Daniel Weinman. Hot on the back of winning $10 million by taking down the 2023 WSOP Main Event, Weinman is putting Events #3, #7 and #10 on sale at markup of between 1.00 and 1.10, with most available at close to face value, incredible value in a world champion.

WPT legend Darren Elias, Game of Gold star David Williams and PokerGO star of 2023 Chino Rheem all have plenty up for grabs, with other big names such as Bertrand ‘ElkY’ Grospellier, another former WSOP Main Event Espen Jorstad, Jeremy Ausmus and Jonathan Little, whose recent success on PokerStake has made recent backers of his action profit.

With female stars such as Kristen Foxen, Lexy Gavin-Mather and Jessica Teusl all selling percentages of their WSOP Paradise action, along with Shaun Deeb, Stefan Jedlicka and the 2013 WSOP Main Event winner Ryan ‘The Beast’ Riess, there are no shortage of poker legends to put some of your hard-earned on as you bid to win in Paradise… from the comfort of your own home.