Guide to Understanding "WSOP" Clubs

Updated on April 20, 2020
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Eric loves to play "WSOP". He has a lot of advice to share from his experience playing the game. He loves to share poker strategy.

This is my personal "WSOP" clubs stats.
This is my personal "WSOP" clubs stats. | Source

Guide to Understanding WSOP Clubs

I am going to explain what WSOP Clubs are and why you should care about them. I will also explain how you move in the top clubs of the game.

What are WSOP Clubs?

WSOP Clubs are a way to rank players in the game. Everybody has a club rank. At the time I wrote this guide, there were six clubs.

  1. Jacks
  2. Queens
  3. Kings
  4. Aces
  5. Master
  6. GrandMaster

These are the six "WSOP" clubs icons.
These are the six "WSOP" clubs icons. | Source

How Do Clubs Work?

Clubs Are Based on Your Winrate

WSOP decides your current club based on how often you play the game and how many chips you win. You move up in clubs when you win more chips. The game keeps track of the gross number of chips you win.

Clubs Are Timed

You have so many days to stay at your current club tier or move up the next one. If you reach the club safety threshold, you get a small bonus in chips for that period. You also get a small bonus when you move up to the next tier.

If you don't reach the safety threshold in enough time, you will drop in club rank. If you drop in rank too many times, you will drop into a lower club.

Clubs Have Long Term Progress

As you move up in clubs, eventually, you will not be able to drop down into lower clubs. For example, if you ever make into the Kings club, you can not drop back down into Jacks again. The lowest you can drop to would be Queens.

Why Care About WSOP Clubs?

You Need to Play Good to Get Into The Higher Clubs

Clubs give me a reason to want to play WSOP often. Staying the higher clubs requires a lot of time, and chips won. Not everybody will be able to do it.

I have not seen very many people in the Master club. I have never seen anybody in Grand Master before. But I suspect this because I am playing too low stakes and these players don’t play here.

You Get a Momentum Boost

You get a bigger momentum bonus when in higher clubs. This will help you get bracelet points and bracelets faster.

You Get Extra Chips

You get extra daily chips and better club bonuses when you are in higher clubs. You also get better free slot machine spins.

This is what the clubs ranking looks like when you are playing "WSOP". Other people see your ranking.
This is what the clubs ranking looks like when you are playing "WSOP". Other people see your ranking. | Source
This is information about the King club in "WSOP".
This is information about the King club in "WSOP". | Source

How to Move up in Clubs Often

Play Poker Often

You will need to play poker often. The more consistently you play, the higher chances you will have to win more hands.

Ideally, you want to play a little poker every day.

Win Bigger Hands

To advance in clubs faster, you will need to win bigger hands. You can do this by betting more chips or playing at higher stakes.

Either way, remember to be careful! You might take on too much risk.

Questions & Answers

  • What are club ranks in "WSOP" Clubs?

    Each club has five ranks. They are shown as Roman Numerals. I, II, III, IV, and V. When you move up from rank I to V you earn slightly better club benefits. If you promote while in rank V you move to the next club.

© 2020 Eric Farmer

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