PokerMet’s Team Pro Player Shuchi Starts Her WSOP, 2017 with $10,000 team event

We are psyched about the latest happenings with our PokerMet Team Pro Player Shuchi Chamaria Agarwal starting the WSOP (World Series of Poker) tournament, 2017 with the USD 10,000 team event. She will be playing with two former bracelet winners and also the best Indian poker player, her husband Aditya Agarwal.

This is the 48th season of the World Series of Poker (WSOP), which opened its gates on May 30th, 2017 that was last Tuesday at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The series will have something for every type of player with prizes like gold bracelets, satellites, cash games as well as serious deep stack tournaments. The event will run for 49 consecutive days and the main event will only have nine final players in their final showdown on July 17th, 2017.

Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas

The stage is set with 500 poker tables set up across more than 100,000 square feet of ballroom space where the esteemed international poker players will be accommodated who take this annual poker pilgrimage every year.
The event at which Shuchi Chamaria Agarwal, is poised to start her journey into WSOP is the #2 Event with $ 10,000 Tag Team No-Limit Hold’ em. The team will consist of 2 – 4 player teams. It started yesterday i.e. 31st May 2017, Wednesday at 3 pm and is a 3-day event.


Shuchi Chamaria WSOP

Shuchi shared her excitement


The starting chips for the event are 50,000 and each level is 60 minutes in duration. The first day started at 3 pm and will include the play of 10 levels. The second day starts 2 pm and will be a restart of play of 10.5 levels. The third day restarts at 2 pm and will be a play down to a winner.
Here each player can tag a teammate anytime during the game when he/she is not in an active hand and is an event with no breaks. This is an all new WSOP event for 2017 and we are as excited as can be, cheering for our Team Pro Player Shuchi Chamaria Agarwal.




All the best Shuchi!

Author: Pritha Biswas

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