How to Attack the WSOP, Part 8: Playing on WSOP.com

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For poker players, a trip to Las Vegas to play has always been about sitting in for some of the best live action in the world. That was true before the World Series of Poker was even a thing, and it’s true in 2016.

There are any number of possible games for players of any bankroll and experience level available in the city — tournaments, cash games, hold’em, Omaha, mixed games, and even Chinese Poker. Whatever game or format you fancy, if you can’t find it in Vegas during the WSOP, you probably can’t find it anywhere with felt and chips. Last week in this very space, we looked at a number of great tournament options spanning the city.

However, another option does exist for players looking for action while in Nevada, and that’s regulated online poker.

Going to the WSOP means you will automatically have online poker right at your fingertips, assuming you own some sort of electronic device with the capability of connecting to the interwebs. That’s because WSOP.com, the main provider of regulated online poker in Nevada, is run by Caesars, and the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino is a Caesars property.  Read More

Previous Poker Strategy of WSOP:

  • To read Part 1 of this series, How To Attack the WSOP, Part 1: Planning What To Play, click here.
  • To read Part 2 of this series, How to Attack the WSOP, Part 2: Taking Advantage of Satellites, Live and Online, click here.
  • To read Part 3 of this series, How to Attack the WSOP, Part 3: Coming Prepared, click here.
  • To read Part 4 of this series, How to Attack the WSOP, Part 4: Know Your Limits — Limit Versus No-Limit Strategy, click here.
  • To read Part 5 of this series, How to Attack the WSOP, Part 5: Tips From the Pros, click here.
  • To read Part 6 of this series, How to Attack the WSOP, Part 6: Make the Colossus Your Main Event, click here.
  • To read Part 7 of this series, How to Attack the WSOP, Part 7: It’s Not Just About the Bracelet Events, click here.