WSOP Main Event – Inzetschema

 Voor de liefhebbers in dit bericht het blindschema van het World Series of Poker Main Event. Cliffnotes: Dag 1A en 1C komen samen op dag 2A en dag 1B en 1D op 2B. Na de dagen 2 is er op 13 juli een rustig, waarna op dag 3 alle spelers tegelijk mogen aanschuiven. Geen ‘tieten, schieten, helikopter’, maar gewoon een rijtje met getallen!

Op dag 1 worden vijf blindlevels gespeeld. De startstack bedraagt 30.000 punten. Als je aan de start van dag 2 nog je beginstack speelt, heb je zo’n 60 big blinds. Maak je het helemaal bont en kom je dag 2 ook nog door met een stack van rond de 30.000, dan wordt het al lastiger met nog zo’n kleine twintig blinden. Verzamel je op dag 3 weer geen extra muntjes, dan mag je op dag 4 (start level 15) aan de bak met een een blindje of zeven/acht. Kortom: muntjes verzamelen is de bedoeling!

Opvallend zijn (al de hele WSOP overigens) de grootte van de ante. In level 17, 18 en 19 is de ante 1.000, terwijl de blinds 3.000/6.000, 4.000/8.000 en 5.000/10.000 zijn.

2011 EVENT 58 WSOP MAIN EVENT

$10,000 TEXAS HOLD’EM CHAMPIONSHIP (NO-LIMIT)

THURSDAY, JULY 7 – TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2011; NOVEMBER 5-7, 2011

LEVEL

ANTE

BLINDS

1

50-100

2

100-200

3

150-300

4

25

150-300

5

50

200-400

END OF

DAYS

1A, 1B, 1C, and 1D

6

50

250-500

7

75

300-600

Remove 25 Chips

8

100

400-800

9

100

500-1,000

10

200

600-1,200

11

200

800-1,600

12

300

1,000-2,000

13

300

1,200-2,400

14

400

1,500-3,000

Remove 100 Chips

15

500

2,000-4,000

16

500

2,500-5,000

Remove 500 Chips

17

1,000

3,000-6,000

18

1,000

4,000-8,000

19

1,000

5,000-10,000

20

2,000

6,000-12,000

21

2,000

8,000-16,000

22

3,000

10,000-20,000

23

3,000

12,000-24,000

24

4,000

15,000-30,000

Remove 1,000 Chips

25

5,000

20,000-40,000

26

5,000

25,000-50,000

27

10,000

30,000-60,000

28

10,000

40,000-80,000

29

10,000

50,000-100,000

30

15,000

60,000-120,000

31

20,000

80,000-160,000

32

30,000

100,000-200,000

33

30,000

120,000-240,000

34

40,000

150,000-300,000

Remove 5,000 Chips

35

50,000

200,000-400,000

36

50,000

250,000-500,000

37

75,000

300,000-600,000

38

100,000

400,000-800,000

39

150,000

500,000-1,000,000

Remove 25,000 Chips

40

200,000

600,000-1,200,000

41

200,000

800,000-1,600,000

42

300,000

1,000,000-2,000,000

43

300,000

1,200,000-2,400,000

44

400,000

1,500,000-3,000,000

45

500,000

2,000,000-4,000,000

46

500,000

2,500,000-5,000,000

47

1,000,000

3,000,000-6,000,000

 

General Rules

  • Players may select their first day of play until that day (based upon availability)
  • Play will begin on days 1A, 1B, 1C, and 1D at 12 pm (July 7, July 8, July 9 & July 10)
  • Players begin with 30,000 in tournament chips
  • All Levels will last 120 minutes
  • Breaks occur after each level and last 20 minutes
  • Play will continue on days 1A, 1B, 1C, and 1D until the completion of level 5
  • Dinner break will be after 3 levels of play each day and last 90 minutes
  • Day 2A – Remaining players from Days 1A & 1C will be combined together, resume play at12 PM on Monday, July 11, 2011, and play 5 levels
  • Day 2B – Remaining players from Days 1B & 1D will be combined together, resume play at12 PM on Tuesday, July 12, 2011, and play 5 levels
  • Players will have a day off on Wednesday, July 13, 2011
  • Day 3 – Remaining players from Days 2A & 2B will be combined together, resume play at12 PM on Thursday, July 14, 2011, and play 4 levels
  • Day 4 – play will continue at 12 PM on Friday, July 15, 2011, and play 4 levels
  • Day 5 – play will continue at 12 PM on Saturday, July 16, 2011, and play 4-5 levels
  • Day 6 – play will continue at 12 PM on Sunday, July 17, 2011, and play 5 levels
  • Day 7 – play will continue at 12 PM on Monday, July 18, 2011, and play down to 27 players
  • Day 8 – play will continue at 12 PM on Tuesday, July 19, 2011, and play down to 9 players
  • The Final Table will resume play November 5-7, 2011
  • Adjustments may be made to the number of levels played each day

 

  • The Rio reserves the right to alter or change the schedule in order to play the tournament in the above mentioned timeframe. 4.2% of the total entry pool will be withheld for entry fees, and 1.8% of the total entry pool will be withheld for tournament staff.
  • 2010 REIGNING CHAMPION JONATHAN DUHAMEL: $8,944,310 2010 ENTRIES 7,319
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