WSOP Michigan Promo Code
WSOP.com was one of the first regulated online poker sites to launch in the US. The 888-powered poker site is already available in Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware. Soon, Michigan residents will be able to enjoy the same great cash games and tournaments.
WSOP.com is owned by Caesars Interactive Entertainment and operates on the US 888 poker network. But Caesars only operates a land-based casino over the border in Windsor, Ontario. There is currently no land-based operator for WSOP.com on the US side.
Since Michigan legalized online poker in late 2019, WSOP.com has been looking for an in-road into this potentially lucrative new market. But what could Michiganders expect to find if WSOP.com MI goes live?
WSOP Promo for Michigan
WSOP Michigan Free Play Poker Bonus Terms: Code – TBA*
*The WSOP.com MI welcome bonus will probably resemble offers in other US states like Nevada. New sign-ups to WSOP.com MI will be eligible for a 100% welcome bonus plus complimentary freeroll tickets.
Here’s how it will work:
- Sign up for a free account
- Make a first real money deposit
- WSOP.com matches it 100% with bonus funds
- Earn APPs (Action Player Points) on cash game rake and tournament entries
- Unlock free cash for every APP you earn
You may also be able to link your Caesars Rewards card to your online WSOP.com MI account. Win credits by playing games and earning APPs, then redeem them at any Caesars property.
In addition, you can join the WSOP.com loyalty scheme and convert WSOP points for cash at a rate of $1 for 100 WSOP points.
As well as loyalty points, WSOP.com MI will offer regular special tournaments such as freerolls and Player Appreciation tournaments with guaranteed prizepools.
Opening a new account at WSOP.com Michigan will be easy. You must first download a desktop client, but the software is available on both Windows PCs and Macs.
There is a basic 3-step registration process to get started once you’ve downloaded the client. You don’t have to be in Michigan to register, but you must be in order to log on and play real money poker.
Step 1: Enter name, date of birth, email address, and gender. You’ll also have to create a username and password for your account.
Step 2: Enter a valid cellphone number and set a security question and answer.
Step 3: Provide your home address in the US, plus your entire Social Security Number (SSN). You can also enter a promo code at this stage.
You may also have to provide a form of photo ID to verify your age. This can take the form of a scan of your US passport or driver’s license.
WSOP.com MI will also use geolocation tools to pinpoint your whereabouts. If you aren’t within Michigan borders you won’t be able to play.
Cash Games at WSOP.com MI
Cash games have always been a highlight of the WSOP.com poker site. You will be able to access 888’s award-winning software when you play cash games online.
No Limit, Fixed Limit, and Pot Limit Hold’em games run around the clock, as well as 7 Card Stud and Omaha.
- No Limit Texas Hold’em
- Pot Limit Texas Hold’em
- Pot Limit Omaha
- Fixed Limit Hold’em
- Fixed Limit Omaha
- Fixed Limit 7 Card Stud
WSOP.com runs its own fast-fold cash poker variant, SNAP poker. However, it’s not certain that the Michigan WSOP site will offer this to players.
Tournaments at WSOP.com MI
WSOP.com MI will offer the same great range of tournaments you will find at the Nevada and New Jersey sites.
Play Texas Hold’em, Omaha or Seven Card Stud, or play Sit ‘n Gos at a range of stakes. WSOP.com also runs BLAST Sit ‘n Gos, special four-handed turbo tournaments with a random prizepool attached. In a BLAST SNG, there is the potential to share a prizepool worth 10,000x your buy-in.
Michigan is currently not a part of any interstate liquidity partnership, and this might be key to WSOP.com launching fully in Michigan. If Michigan does decide to allow sharing, WSOP.com will have access to a giant pool of players. For now, only Michiganders will be allowed to play in Michigan against fellow players in the state.
In 2020, WSOP.com hosted a hugely successful WSOP Online series. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, US players were forced to compete online. In reaction to the success of the online World Series of Poker, WSOP.com launched the August Summer Series.
Although too early for Michiganders to take advantage of, it showed the type of big online series that will be available when WSOP.com MI launches. In fact, WSOP.com runs at least one tournament series a month. Other regular series include:
- Winter Online Championships
- WSOP Online Circuit
- WSOP Online Super Circuit Series
- Spring Online Championships
- Money May Series
WSOP.com Mobile App
You will be able to play real money cash games and tournaments through the WSOP.com mobile app. WSOP.com offers three download apps:
- iPhone (Apple App Store)
- iPad (Apple App Store)
- Android (Android Market)
One downside to the WSOP.com iPad app is that you can only play one table at a time. Multi-tabling is not allowed at present. Plus, PLO cash games and tournaments aren’t compatible with iPad tablets.
Deposits & Withdrawals at WSOP.com MI
WSOP.com Michigan will make deposits and withdrawals straightforward. You will have access to the same banking methods as players in states like New Jersey.
Choose from credit or debit cards like Visa, Mastercard, and Discover, or opt for an anonymous e-Wallet like PayPal. You may also be able to use a Play+ Prepaid Card, which gives better results than traditional bank cards. Alternatively, make payments in person through PayNearMe at your nearest 7-Eleven.
Valid deposit options:
- ACH/e-Check (VIP Preferred)
- Play+ Prepaid Card
Customer Support at WSOP.com MI
Customer service has always been solid at WSOP.com. Michigan players will have similar access to a range of customer support options. Phone support is likely to be available during the daytime, as is email service. You will also have access to a friendly live chat service during daytime hours.
- Live chat
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