The One Drop Foundation, which has been involved in major WSOP events like as the one with a $1 million buy-in, will be partnering with the WPT this year.
Locals in Las Vegas may participate in two tournaments at the Wynn Summer Classic, with the proceeds going to One Drop, an organization that provides clean water to places where it is desperately needed.
The WPT EveryOne for One Drop will serve as the first competition. The $10,300 tournament, set to begin on July 9, will hand out at least $10,000,000 in prizes.
The World Poker Tour’s (WPT) high roller series returns on July 14 with the WPT Alpha 8 for One Drop event. Those interested in taking part will need to shell out far more, namely $111,111.
Another World Championship will be held by the WPT in 2023. Eliot Hudon beat 2,959 opponents at the conclusion of last year’s tournament and took home $4,146,400 (out of a total prize fund of $29,008,000).