The GGPoker WSOP Online Bracelet Events has another event scheduled at 6 p.m. UTC for players where they can try and win a coveted WSOP bracelet in a smaller field. Event #72: $1,500 Limit Hold'em Championship which is the last tournament in the series with this variant of Texas Hold'em. The winner at the end of the day will also walk away with a WSOP Europe package in addition to the first-place prize.
As this is a Limit Hold'em tournament, there is a maximum of one bet and four raises during each betting round. Once the tournament gets to the Heads-Up stage, this rule does not apply anymore.
In situations where an all-in results in an incomplete bet of raise, the 'full bet rule' will be applied. This will not count towards the number of bets or raises players can make during a betting round. This will also not reopen the betting action. When an incomplete bet or raise has been made, the next player who wants to raise can do so by raising the full fixed limit amount over the all-in player's partial bet.
Players can register during the first three hours of the tournament and reenter up to two more times in case they can't win their final all-ins on their first or second bullet. They will get 25,000 in chips when they sit down and play 15-minute levels until the 9-handed final table.
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