The high roller poker tournament action returns to The Venetian ® Resort Las Vegas at the beginning of May with two $10,000 buy-in tournaments, and a $15,000 buy-in tournament, scheduled to run from May 5-7, 2022.

The tournaments will take place in The Venetian Poker Room with each tournament being a single-day event with unlimited reentries. May 5 and 6 will host $10,000 buy-in tournaments, while May 7 will see the stakes raised to $15,000. All events begin at 2 p.m. PT, and players that are in the registration before the start of play will qualify for a rake-free entry. Players arriving late or reentering will have to pay the full fee of $500 for the $10,000 buy-ins and $700 for the $15,000 buy-in.

Late registration closes at the start of Level 7 following the competition of a 60-minute dinner break; approximately 7:20 p.m. PT. These tournaments will be played with a 30-second shot clock and each player starts with six 30-second time extensions. The final six players will receive six additional time extensions. The final table will be nine-handed.

Upcoming Venetian Las Vegas High Rollers Schedule

2022 Venetian Las Vegas High Rollers

Start Date Start Time Number Event Starting Stack Re-entry
Thursday, May 5 2 p.m. PT 5 $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 100,000 Unlimited
Friday, May 6 2 p.m. PT 6 $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 100,000 Unlimited
Saturday, May 7 2 p.m. PT 7 $15,000 No-Limit Hold’em 100,000 Unlimited

The full PGT schedule can be found here.
The Venetian Las Vegas High Rollers structure sheet can be found here.

The Venetian Las Vegas High Rollers are part of the PokerGO Tour (PGT). Players can earn PGT leaderboard points based on the amount they cash for.

Ali Imsirovic Extends Lead at the Top of PGT Leaderboard

Following three ARIA High Rollers held last week, Ali Imsirovic extended his lead at the top of the PGT leaderboard after winning two events and cashing a third time in the span of four days. Imsirovic now sits on 2,176 PGT points and has amassed six wins, 19 cashes, and over $3.2 million in earnings on the PGT in 2022.

Trailing Imsirovic are Phil Ivey (1,725 PGT points) and Jake Schindler (1,472 PGT points), while Isaac Kempton and Alex Foxen round out the top five heading into May.

The current PokerGO Tour leaderboard is available here.

Live Reporting Available On PGT.com

Live reporting of the Venetian Las Vegas High Rollers will be provided exclusively by the PGT Live Reporting Team. Coverage will be available on PGT.com starting on Thursday, May 5. Follow along on PGT.com to see which top players will emerge victorious throughout the Venetian Las Vegas High Rollers.

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