WSOP Lowball Poker Tournaments for 2012
The World Series of Poker is the worlds premier poker tournament series, players from all over the world descend on Las Vegas to enter the events which always attract the biggest live poker fields of the year. Lowball poker has always been a big part of the WSOP and you only have to look at last years (2012) WSOP Lowball events schedule to see how popular they now are. Fifteen of the fifty six events are Lowball poker tournaments and what is considered by many to be the most prestigious event on the schedule, the $50k World Championship of HORSE event, includes Lowball poker games.
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Below you can see the full WSOP Lowball poker tournaments schedule from last year:
2012 WSOP Lowball Poker Tournaments
- Event 3 - Omaha Hi-Low 8/b $1,500
- Event 8 - 2-7 Draw Lowball $2,500
- Event 18 - World Championship Omaha Hi-Low 8/b $10,000
- Event 21 - H.O.R.S.E. $3,000
- Event 23 - World Championship 2-7 Draw Lowball $10,000
- Event 25 - Omaha / Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8/b $2,500
- Event 27 - Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Low 8/b $5,000
- Event 31 - H.O.R.S.E. $1,500
- Event 37 - World Championship Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8/b $10,000
- Event 44 - Razz $2,500 Event 46 - Omaha Hi-Low 8/b $2,500
- Event 48 - Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Low 8/b $1,500
- Event 49 - World Championship H.O.R.S.E. $50,000
- Event 53 - Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8/b $1,500
- Event 55 - 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball $2,500
There are a number of ways to qualify for the WSOP, regardless of the event you are planning to enter, but the best place to qualify is online at Pokerstars.com. They don't run direct qualifiers to lowball poker events but they will allow you to switch any package you win online so you can play the event or events of your choice. Pokerstars also include Lowball poker tournaments in their World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) series as well as their Summer Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) series.
As the worlds largest online poker room Pokerstars is actually the best place to play lowball poker online full stop, they have the best traffic and widest variety of lowball games on offer by far. Lowball poker was introduced onto the WSOP schedule in just the second ever World Series of Poker in 1971 when event 2 was a $1,000 buy in Limit Razz tournament and event 3 was a Limit Ace to Five Draw event also with a $1,000 buy in. Since that time the WSOP has always included at least one lowball poker tournament and in recent years, as the popularity of lowball poker has increased, lowball poker games have featured heavily on the WSOP calendar.