$10 Million Poker Tournament “Wynn Millions” Set For Spring

  • The Wynn Millions event will return in Feb. 2022 with a $10 million main event.
  • Most tournaments in the series will be No Limit Hold ‘Em, but there are some other options as well.

LAS VEGAS - The Wynn Millions poker tournament series is back, with multiple tournaments going over $1 million guaranteed in prizes.

The main event prize pool for the tournament series will be $10,000,000, and the series will run from Feb. 21 through Mar. 20, 2022.

There are an astonishing amount of different ways to play poker on the Wynn Millions series, and over the course of the nearly monthlong gathering, poker players will be able to enjoy the following:

Types Of Poker On The Wynn Millions 2022 Series

  • No-Limit Hold'em
  • Limit Omaha 8/B
  • $1,600 Mystery Bounty NLH
  • Pot-Limit Omaha
  • PLO/NLH Mix
  • $1K Bounty No-Limit Hold'em

Of course, the vast majority of events will be No Limit Hold ‘Em events, as they are at nearly every major poker tournament.

The main event - the famous $10,000,000 tournament - will take place from Mar. 3 through Mar. 11, and require a $10,000 buy-in.

This buy-in is the highest in the tournament series by far - only one other tournament even comes close, the NLH Progressive Bounty event, which has a $5,200 buy in.

Wynn Excited By Chance To Run Series Again

Ryan Beauregard, the Executive Director of Poker Operations at Wynn Las Vegas, which will host the tournament series, praised the tournament as a worthwhile endeavor after the success it found earlier in 2021.

“The 2021 Wynn Millions made an incredible impression on the poker world, and we’re excited to continue growing this event for years to come,” Beauregard said. “The wide variety of players and personalities from around the globe who participate in this tournament make it a world class experience.”

The 2022 Wynn Millions event will kick off in February of 2022, and the full schedule is available hereOnline gambling fans will want to keep track of this event as it could be a bellwether for other major poker tournaments in Las Vegas as the country deals with new variants of COVID-19.