2022 Poker Tournaments for Australian Players
For Australian stars and aficionados of good old hold’em, this year has prepared a bunch of pleasantries. Some of the tournaments are unfortunately over, so we’ll tell you about what’s coming.
Take An Australian Poker Tour
This year the country’s Leading Poker Tour returns for its 5th season. It is held at various locations and in different hotels and casinos across the continent, starting with Brisbane on January 17 and ending with Sydney in November.
By now the first two series of events have already ended. But there’s still a lot to look forward to:
- From April 26 to May 1 – Gold Coast.
The APT in Gold Coast will take place at Southport Sharks.
- From July 12 to July 17 – Adelaide.
It is yet to be announced where exactly in the city the series will take place.
- From September 5 to September 11 – Brisbane.
The event will be held at Eatons Hill.
- November 2022 – Sydney (Final).
The exact date and the place will be disclosed closer to November.
Check Out The Crown
Crown Melbourne is the reason for some of the most popular Australian tournaments with some of the greatest pools – about $1,000,000 each. Here are the 4 noteworthy Crown creations:
- The Poker Championship;
- Victorian Championship;
- Melbourne Championship;
- Aussie Millions.
Unfortunately, because of the coronavirus outbreak, all of the above have been postponed, until further notice. Among those are the Sapphire Series and Poker Tournaments at night in Perth. But you still can enjoy the casino or join the Perth Poker League.
Explore The World Series Of Poker
The tourney will mark its 53rd go, but now the location has been changed to Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas casino hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. It runs from May 31 to July 18 and consists of 88 events with buy-ins from $400 to $250,000, concluding with a 3-day tourney of champions. The tryouts for the poker tournament will be online. Besides that, there will be online poker tournaments like No-Limit Hold’em on June 12 and a WSOP Online from June 5 to July 17.
Join The Stacked Poker In Adelaide
Deepstacks Adelaide will open its doors on September 30 and is going to run for 11 days until October 10. Five major events with a total pool of roughly $500,000. The event will take place at Stacked Social lounge in the north part of the city.
In case you didn’t like or can’t attend any of the above tournaments, we’ve picked something else that you might want to consider:
- NPL Super Series.
The National Poker League at Sydney occurs every 3 months, the closest event starts on May 19. The ticket price is $165.
- Star Poker.
The Star Club of Sydney offers daily games with a minimum buy-in of $500 and weekly competitions with a minimum buy-in of $220 or $330, depending on the day.
- Treasury Brisbane.
At these poker tournaments, you can explore daily tables for $80 and gatherings every week for $75.
Overall, 2022 has great opportunities in different cities, from Gold Coast to Perth. Choose to discover the joy of competition!