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As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. (This is a legal requirement, as apparently some sites advertise for Amazon for free. Yes, that’s sarcasm.) If you live in Michigan and are a big fan of the most popular card game in the US, then the news that the WSOP went live in the Wolverine State at the end of March will go down a treat. It has been a long road for poker fans in the state, but with the launch of WSOP.com, it makes a total of three different online poker rooms since 2021 that have launched in Michigan. PokerStars MI was the first in 2021 before BETMGM Poker and then WSOP.com, both launched at the end of March 2022.
Now, aside from playing at other poker platforms such as PokerStars or BetMGM Poker or casino slots and table games at online casinos Michigan found here , players can now take part in cash games and tournaments at the world’s most recognizable poker brand, the WSOP.
Michigan Becomes the Fourth State WSOP.com Operates In
Since the 1970s, the WSOP is a brand that is synonymous with poker across the world. However, it was only in 2013 that the brand entered the online world. Since then, WSOP.com has become an industry leader that now operates around the world. In the US, Michigan has become the fourth state that offers a WSOP.com poker platform following Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Nevada.
Poker has always been popular in the Wolverine state. In fact, two recent WSOP Main Event world champions were born in Michigan, Joe Cada and Ryan Riess (2013). In fact, the former has been signed up as an ambassador for Michigan’s very own WSOP.com platform. The platform also promises to pay any Michigan resident that makes it further than Cada in the 2022 WSOP Main Event, $1,000.
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