The Wynn Millions takes center stage at Wynn Las Vegas beginning on March 3 with three starting flights and a $10 million prize pool guarantee. On either side of the Wynn Millions Main Event, there will be five high rollers tournaments running from March 1-8, 2022.

On Tuesday, March 1, there will be a $10,000 buy-in tournament and a $15,000 buy-in tournament on Wednesday, March 2. Following the commencement of the Wynn Millions Main Event, three more high rollers will begin on Sunday, March 6, with two $10,000 buy-in tournaments and then a $15,000 buy-in tournament. Players must be in the registration line by 2 p.m. PT to qualify for any discounts. Unlimited re-entries are allowed until the start of Level 7, and all events will conclude in one day.

Upcoming Wynn High Rollers Schedule

2022 Wynn Millions High Rollers

Start Date Number Event Starting Stack Re-entry
Tuesday, March 1 1 $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 100,000 Unlimited
Wednesday, March 2 2 $15,000 No-Limit Hold’em 100,000 Unlimited
Sunday, March 6 3 $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 100,000 Unlimited
Monday, March 7 4 $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 100,000 Unlimited
Tuesday, March 8 5 $15,000 No-Limit Hold’em 100,000 Unlimited

The full PGT schedule can be found here.

The Wynn Millions Main Event, and Wynn High Rollers are part of the PokerGO Tour (PGT). Players can earn PGT leaderboard points based on the amount they cash for.

Nick Petrangelo Remains On Top PGT Leaderboard

Following the recent ARIA High Rollers, Nick Petrangelo remains the current leader on the 2022 PGT leaderboard. He currently sits on 1,066 PGT points and is the only player with over 1,000 points. Petrangelo had an incredible start to 2022 winning two events at the Stairway To Millions before continuing his hot streak at the PokerGO Cup where he won Event #5 for $369,000.

Both Sean Perryy and Ali Imsirovic have closed the gap on Petrangelo at the recent ARIA High Rollers where Imsirovic won Event #2 for $129,600 to move into third place with 781 PGT points. Perry managed to cash in all three events and now sits on 859 PGT points in second place. Trailing Perry and Imsirovic are PokerGO Cup Champion Jeremy Ausmus (658 PGT points) and Brock Wilson (570 PGT points) who round out the top five.

The current PokerGO Tour leaderboard is available here.

Live Reporting Available On PGT.com

As is the case with many of the high-level PGT events, live reporting will be provided exclusively by the PGT Live Reporting Team. Coverage will be available on PGT.com starting with the first Wynn High Roller on Tuesday, March 1. Follow along on PGT.com to see which top players will emerge victorious throughout the Wynn Millions.

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