World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP): Biggest iGaming Event in 2021 The 20th edition of the World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) at PokerStars starts on August 22 up to September 15. With a $100 million worth prize pool, it is the most extensive guarantee ever. If we compare it to the 19th edition of the WCOOP, it is an $80 million increase. Poker Stars that host WCOOP gained enormous success last year. With 2021 SCOOP, they generated $135 million in prize money that made a $100 million guarantee. 2021 WCOOP series will hold 102 igaming events. Some of the most significant events are 8-Max Super High Roller with $25,000, and we will see how many players will join this best poker tournament this year. This summer will be one of the most interesting in the history of online poker, it is finally getting in a well-deserved place in the US, and it looks like this year will be groundbreaking for igaming. Portals are sharing WCOOP news with excitement. Outlets will have live reporting for this biggest online casino event of the year, and they will cover every live event, from Texas Hold’em poker to Badugi and Short Deck. In addition, all tournaments are getting covered with live reports for all igaming fans worldwide. Interesting Tournaments From the First Two Days of the WCOOP 2021: Hold’em Bonanza on the opening night had 21 tournaments. Three of them have a prize pool of $1 million. Sunday Hold’em bonanza Million Special Edition has buy-in for $55 and High Roller for the highest $5,200. With 200 entries for this game prize pool is $1 million. Poker fans will see some familiar names like Christian “WATnlos” Rudolph, Dinesh “NastyMinder” Alt, and Samuel “€urop€an” Vousden. The first known winner is Pedro ”pvigar” Gargnani, who closed it out and got his second WCOOP title in the carrier with $195,690. In 2017 he won a $55 buy-in title that looks small compared to this 200 entries event. In second place is Ventura, who also has one previous WCOOP title with a prize of $152,344. High Roller with Dines Nast Minder Alt got to the final table of $5,200 buy-in at the High roller. Even though he got out in the seventh game, he got to the final tournament of the day in the NLO08 event and won over 258 entries winning $27,169. With this won, he got on the list of multiple WCOOP winners. Progressive Ko, Freezeout, where Brazil won this event with Guarana Doll, Sabe Pai, and allindonksGG into the first three places. Guarana Dolly won first place and got $21,818. Brazils player OFaro Fino won first place in the NLHE 6-Max. 8-Max Progressive KO – Sunday Slam with Danish surprise Darwinsfish, he was slowly moving through the day and jumped up in the last levels with a big double of threes against 1mSoWeeeaK. He won $33,411,567, in second place is Yuri theNERDguy Dzivielevski with $19,958,852 and Rasmus “Powergolf” Zerr in the third place with $17,031,520. The surprise of the day was Twirlpro, a Hungarian player that never won. On Sunday, he won $8,3 million in tournament cash and two Sunday Million titles. In addition, he won a $2,100 Sunday Warm-up Special Edition with $134,404 prize money and 460 entries. Follow WCOOP news, and see some old players that will reconfirm their titles and new stars on the top in the coming days.