Wynn Millions Festival in Las Vegas is back for another round

One of the most popular festivals is the Wynn Millions, which is making a comeback with a resounding bang to Las Vegas in the spring. In all, there are to be two dozen events that are duly lined up. One will be the $3,500 buy-in Wynn Millions Championship, which comes with a $3 million guarantee. This prestigious event is slated for the 20th of February and will continue until the 19th of March, 2023. 

There will also be over $8 million in the form of guaranteed prize pools over the period of twenty-eight days. This will also include a two-day $600 No Limit Hold’em round with a guarantee of $200,000 and a guaranteed Mystery bounty amounting to $1.5 million.

As per the latest poker news, this poker festival is known for drawing crowds, and one can expect the same this time around. It will begin with a one-day $500 No Limit Hold’em tournament with a $50,000 guaranteed prize pool. Closely following that will be the guaranteed No Limit Hold’em amount of $200,000, a sharp rise indeed, and then the $600 H.O.R.S.E. tournament carrying with it a guarantee amount of $30,000.

In the case of the $1.5 million guaranteed Mystery Bounty tournament, it is certainly going to come with a lot of expectations and hopes where the competing players are concerned, with each and every one of them eyeing the pot along with the opportunity of becoming the ultimate winner. It will be PokerNews covering the event all the way.

The two-day $1,100 seniors event with a $100,000 guarantee and the $400 Ladies event with a $20,000 guarantee will undoubtedly be highlighted. Also included will be the general mixed game. The games players will look forward to are the $1,100 Limit Omaha event and the $10,500 PLO High Roller. 

Out of all of this, however, the greatest attraction is bound to be the three starting flights. Above all, the tournament will feature three High Roller events as part of the PokerGO Tour (PGT). This, in turn, will include two $10,500 No-Limit Hold’em events and a $10,500 Pot-Limit Omaha event.  

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