2018 US Poker Open to kick off next week

PokerGo will bring us a unique and innovative poker series with 8 high buy-in events.

These guys will certain play oll of the events

ARIA Resort & Casino is the home of the most luxorious poker tournaments in the world. Several Super High Roller Bowl tournaments, SHRB cash games and the Poker Masters also took place in the fabulous casino. In 2018 theres is a new kid on the tournament series block, as the 2018 US Poker Open aims to be the most prestigious poker festival of the circuit.

"This is one of the few events of the year where you’re guaranteed to see star-studded final table lineups in every single event."



Starting on February 1st, the series will bring us 8 tournaments with buy-ins ranging between $10,000 and $50,000. The Ivey's Room in the Aria Casino has become the number one poker room for the high stakes cash game players, who battle in every form of poker for nosebleed stakes every day. Players like Phil Ivey, Daniel "Jungleman12" Cates, Brian Rast, Farah Galfond or David Oppenheimer are all amongst the regulars in those games.

Unfortunate for the all-around players - who enjoy the biggest respect in the poker world - No Limit Hold'em dominates the tournament circuit, so it's extremely hard for them to find action there. However, this might change in the future, as the USPO is that in addition to to the NLHE tournaments they also has something to offer for PLO and Mixed Game enthusiast as well. See the full schedule below: 

Date Event Buy-in
USPO #01 – $10,000 No Limit Hold'em
Buy-in: $10,500
USPO #02 – $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha
Buy-in: $10,500
USPO #03 – $25,000 No Limit Hold'em
Buy-in: $26,000
USPO #04 – $25,000 Mixed Game Championship
Buy-in: $26,000
USPO #05 – $10,000 No Limit Hold'em
Buy-in: $11,000
USPO #06 – $25,000 No Limit Hold'em
Buy-in: $26,000
USPO #07 – $25,000 No Limit Hold'em
Buy-in: $26,000
USPO #08 – $50K NLH Main Event
Buy-in: $52,000


As Sam Simmons, the Vice President of Content at Poker Central said: "On top of all the No Limit Hold’em action, this series adds a $10k Pot Limit Omaha final table and two days of $25,000 Mixed Game action, providing a breadth of poker entertainment that all fans will enjoy."

The event will kick off in five days, so make sure to get back to us for the updates.