One of the greatest places in the world to play the beautiful game of poker is without a doubt in the Bahamas at The Atlantis. From the beautiful surrounding sea, the chilled out environment and the gorgeous sunny weather, there are not many better places to play poker – especially the World Series of Poker!
For more than two decades, The Atlantis has been the go-to resort for anybody looking for the perfect place to relax, recover, and play some poker! Featuring over 1500 rooms, a 141-acre water park, 5 miles of white sand beaches and a state-of-the-art casino, it’s easy to see why this is one of the most popular resorts in the Caribbean!
Tune in to this live poker webinar now, as seasoned poker professional Jonathan Little recounts some of his best high stakes poker memories from this stunning resort in preparation for his return to the World Series of Poker this year!
Made possible through a partnership with GGPoker, this is the first time that the World Series of Poker has ventured over to The Bahamas for a full series, offering the prestigious WSOP Bracelet for any of the winners. Some of the events on the schedule include:
$25,000 – GGMillion$ High Rollers Championship $1,425 – Millionaire Maker In Paradise $50,000 – Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em $100,000 – Ultra High Roller No-Limit Hold’em $10,000 – Pot-Limit Omaha Championship
And of course, the $5,000 Main Event Championship that boasts an incredible $15,000,000 guaranteed prize pool!
Watch along and hear about some of the most intense and dramatic poker battles, featuring some of the best poker players from around the globe. Explore the highs, the lows, and the incredible moments that have left the poker world buzzing.
Whether you know every player on the tour, or you’re just here for the fun storytelling, this live poker video is a beautiful insight into what poker can be like in The Bahamas. Tune in now and listen to some of the best poker stories at one of the best poker locations on the poker tour!
In order to take your poker game to the next level it is vitally important you learn all the nuances of the game.
Do you know what ranges of poker hands you should be playing from each position? When should you 3-bet, call or fold? When is the right time to make a hero call or a huge bluff? Do you know how to play preflop, flop, turn & river effectively and how should your poker strategy change depending on the street? What difference does it make if you are playing multi-way vs heads-up?