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Wynn Winter Classic Finally Debuts with a Massive $2.8 Million Guaranteed Prize Pool

Wynn Winter Classic Finally Debuts with a Massive $2.8 Million Guaranteed Prize Pool
Wynn Winter Classic makes a debut

The Wynn Las Vegas facility, generally known as simply Wynn, is one of the most luxurious casinos and resorts managed and owned by Wynn Resorts. The facility is located on the Las Vegas Strip. The venue opened its doors fourteen years ago on the 28th of April 2005. This $2.7 billion-worth casino resort is named after the company’s founder Steve Wynn and the company’s name Wynn Resorts.

The luxurious property covers over two hundred and fifteen acres of land located at the corner of Sands Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard just across the Fashion Show Mall. The main hotel facility has forty-five floors packed with more than two thousand and seven hundred rooms which range in size. The hotel area also includes villas and luxurious suites.

Moreover, the resort complex also features a massive 189,000 square feet casino floor as well as a 290,000 square feet convention center and a retail space with over 76,000 square feet area. Together with the neighboring Encore, the Wynn Las Vegas property includes over four thousand and seven hundred rooms which make this resort the seventh-largest hotel area in the world.

Wynn Las Vegas’ Shopping Complex and Other Amenities

As one of the most luxurious resorts in the world, Wynn Las Vegas features many other amenities besides its hotel area, casino floor, convention center and retail including its massive shopping complex Wynn Plaza and Encore Las Vegas which opened its doors back on the 9th of November 2019. Thanks to the Wynn Plaza complex, the facility is now located closer to the city’s main Boulevard.

The company responsible for the resort also planned on building Wynn Paradise Park which would be constructed close to Encore Las Vegas and Wynn Las Vegas. This massive golf course would include a twenty-acre lagoon, stunning waterfront meeting region, boardwalk as well as many other features which would surely bring extra traffic to the resort. However, the entire project was abandoned over a year ago.

Wynn Winter Classic Running from the 2nd until the 22nd of December

Many professional poker players have arrived at the facility in order to take part in a poker series that takes place at the Wynn Las Vegas facility from the 2nd until the 22nd of December. The poker series is named Wynn Winter Classic and it will surely attract more traffic to the property especially as the playing schedule is loaded with action while its guaranteed prize pool has already gone over $2.8 million.

The poker series has just started so poker players are still arriving. So far, the poker series kicked off with two great events including a $40 No-Limit Hold’em poker tournament and another $360 No-Limit Hold’em tournament featuring a great $100K guaranteed prize pool. Then, on the 4th of December, the series’ Senior’s poker event started offering loads of poker action for poker players who are older than fifty. This poker tournament is another No-Limit Hold’em event with the same $40 and $360 buy-ins.

Poker players who prefer Omaha also found great poker action at the poker series on the 5th and 6th of December with great Pot-Limit Omaha and Limit Omaha 8/B events. The Omaha Pot-Limit event featured a great $20K guaranteed prize poll while the other event featured a $10K guaranteed prize pool.

Furthermore, the largest poker series events will include massive $1.5M, $500K and $250 K guaranteed prize pools. The first of these bigger events No-Limit Hold’em for $55 and $545 buy-ins with the $250K guaranteed prize pool started on the 5th of December. The second-largest event with the $500 K guaranteed prize pool is scheduled for the 12th of December with $80 and $1,020 buy-ins. The biggest event with the $1.5 M guaranteed prize pool will feature a $5,000 buy-in alongside $300 with sixty-minute blinds.

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