PokerStars Announces 2010 WCOOP Schedule

15 July 2010

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We are winding down on this year’s World Series of Poker main event at the Rio but for those of you that couldn’t make it, PokerStars announced it schedule for the World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP). It was started in 2002 and has grown into the biggest online poker tournament series with some calling it the WSOP of online poker.

The 2009 WCOOP crowed 45 new WCOOP champions and ended with a total tournament prize pool of $51.6 million and ran for 18 days. Yevgeniy ‘Jovial Gent’ Timoshenko bested the 2,144 players in the main event to cash in the $1,715,200 first place prize money.

PokerStars has released the schedule for the 2010 WCOOP. They have several ways to get into the tournament including PokerStar points satellites, Low buy in SnG tournaments as well as direct buy in’s and cover all the popular poker games.

2010 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker Schedule:

Sunday, September 5th

  • 13:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em 6-Max
  • 15:00 ET: $10,300 NL Hold’em High Roller
  • 17:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em (2-Day)

Monday, September 6th

  • 14:00 ET: $320 PL Omaha
  • 17:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em Shootout 6-Max
  • 20:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em Turbo w/Re-buys

Tuesday, September 7th

  • 14:00 ET: $215 PL Draw
  • 17:00 ET: $215 TBD
  • 20:00 ET: $1,050 NL Hold’em (15 Minute Levels)

Wednesday, September 8th

  • 12:00 ET: $265 PL Omaha Knockout
  • 14:00 ET: $320 NL Hold’em Ante Up
  • 17:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em Heads-Up (2-Day)

Thursday, September 9th

  • 12:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em
  • 14:00 ET: $265 NL Hold’em 6-Max, Knockout
  • 17:00 ET: $215 Razz

Friday, September 10th

  • 14:00 ET: $215 PL Omaha 6-Max
  • 17:00 ET: $215 NL Single Draw
  • 20:00 ET: $109 8-Game (10 Minute Levels)

Saturday, September 11th

  • 13:00 ET: $109 NL Hold’em (10 Minute Levels)
  • 17:00 ET: $215 FL Hold’em

Sunday, September 12th

  • 13:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em
  • 17:00 ET: $530 NL Hold’em (2-Day)

Monday, September 13th

  • 14:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em 4-Max
  • 17:00 ET: $320 Stud
  • 20:00 ET: $215 PL Omaha Turbo w/1 Re-buy, 1 Add-On

Tuesday, September 14th

  • 14:00 ET: $320 Mixed Hold’em 6-Max
  • 17:00 ET: $320 FL Badugi
  • 20:00 ET: $1050 NL Hold’em (15 Minute Levels)

Wednesday, September 15th

  • 12:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em w/1 Re-buy, 1 Add-On
  • 14:00 ET: $530 NL Hold’em Triple Shootout 10-Max
  • 17:00 ET: $320 8-Game

Thursday, September 16th

  • 12:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em 6-Max
  • 14:00 ET: $320 PL Omaha 6-Max w/1 Re-buy, 1 Add-On
  • 17:00 ET: $320 FL Triple Draw 2-7

Friday, September 17th

  • 14:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em w/Re-buys
  • 17:00 ET: $530 FL Omaha Hi/Lo
  • 20:00 ET: $320 NL Hold’em (10 Minute Levels)

Saturday, September 18th

  • 13:00 ET: $530 NL Hold’em Heads-Up (2-Day)
  • 15:00 ET: $25,500 NL Hold’em High Roller Heads-Up (2-Day)
  • 17:00 ET: $320 HORSE

Sunday, September 19th

  • 13:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em
  • 17:00 ET: $1,050 NL Hold’em (2-Day)

Monday, September 20th

  • 14:00 ET: $320 PL Omaha 6-Max w/Re-buys
  • 17:00 ET: $320 NL Hold’em 2x Chance
  • 20:00 ET: $265 NL Hold’em Turbo Knockout

Tuesday, September 21st

  • 14:00 ET: $320 Mixed (Pot-Limit Hold’em / Pot-Limit Omaha)
  • 17:00 ET: $530 Stud Hi/Lo
  • 20:00 ET: $1,050 NL Hold’em (15 Minute Levels)

Wednesday, September 22nd

  • 12:00 ET: $215 PL Omaha 6-Max
  • 14:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em (Big Antes)
  • 17:00 ET: $320 PL Omaha Hi/Lo

Thursday, September 23rd

  • 12:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em (Turbo)
  • 14:00 ET: $530 NL Hold’em (Rebuys)
  • 17:00 ET: $2,100 PL Omaha 6-Max

Friday, September 24th

  • 14:00 ET: $530 NL Hold’em w/1 Re-buy, 1 Add-On
  • 17:00 ET: $1,050 FL Hold’em 6-Max
  • 20:00 ET: $215 NL Omaha H/L (10 Minute Levels)

Saturday, September 25th

  • 13:00 ET: $530 PL Omaha Heads-Up Matches
  • 17:00 ET: $2,100 HORSE

Sunday, September 26th

  • 13:00 ET: $215 NL Hold’em
  • 15:00 ET: $10,300 8-Game High-Roller
  • 17:00 ET: $5,200 NL Hold’em Main Event (2-Day)
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