Poker at the beach! USOP Danang 2024 underway in Danang, Vietnam

USOP Danang 2024

It’s summer time and cards are flying at the beach with USOP Danang 2024 now underway at Pullman Danang Beach Resort. The popular Vietnam coastal destination is once again the place to be for poker lovers as U Series of Poker serves up a two-week festival running from March 19 to April 1, 2024. If you haven’t yet heard, the festival features a wealthy VN₫ 60,000,000,000 (~USD 2.45M) guarantee, the brand’s richest offering yet. Let’s take a look at what’s in store.

What to expect at USOP Danang 2024

USOP Danang 2024

In partnership with Crown Poker Club Hanoi and Lucky Poker, USOP has prepared a total of 71 tournaments over two weeks. Buy ins range from the lowest of VN₫ 3,000,000 (~USD 123) to highest of VN₫ 250,000,000 (~USD 10,288). Make sure to browse the schedule as there is certain to be something to satisfy your everyday poker craving.

USOP Danang 2024 – Key Info

Date: March 19 to April 1, 2024
Venue: Pullman Danang Beach Resort, Danang, Vietnam
Festival Guarantee: VN₫ 60,000,000,000 (~USD 2.45 Million)
Trophy Events: 71
Main Event Guarantee: VN₫ 15,000,000,000 (~USD 614,500)
High Roller Series: 12 events
Low Tier: 46 events (buy ins up to VN₫ 12 Million)
Mid Tier: 12 events (buy ins up to VN₫ 30 Million)
Heads Up Challenge: 1 event (32 player cap) – buy in VN₫ 33 Million

USOP Danang 2024 part 1 – Schedule

Events running on opening day

USOP Danang 2024 - Opening Day schedule

USOP opens with a bang with the Kickoff Event guaranteeing VN₫ 2 Billion and five trophies up for grabs. Live updates are running for the Kickoff Event. We will also have updates posted on the other events throughout the day.

USOP Danang 2024: Kickoff – Day 1A (Live Updates)


USOP Danang 2024 – Trophies

USOP Danang 2024 Trophies

With a long list of events backed by guarantees, big money awaits winners. In addition, USOP trophies are some of the most coveted, especially the Main Event gold and silver plated prize. Only five players have claimed this regal award and a few of them will be seen back at the USOP felt to hunt down a match.

Sam Hiung – USOP Taiwan 2024
The Naing – USOP Danang 2023
Nguyen Ngoc Dai – USOP Hanoi 2023
Vishal Ojha – USOP Vietnam 2023
Edwin Dela Cruz – USOP – Poker2U – Taiwan 2023

USOP Bracelet and USOP Ring

Players also get their first look at the USOP Player of the Year Bracelet and the USOP Player of the Series Ring. These two trophies are the first of its kind and the only way to win it is to collect points starting now. Click the link for the guidelines.

U Series of Poker (USOP) introduces Player of the Series Ring and Player of the Year Bracelet

Great weather for beach lovers

While the allure of poker beckons players to the tables, what truly captivates is Danang’s breathtaking beauty. Danang boasts a stunning coastline that appeals to everyone. Should you desire a break from the poker action, simply grab a beach chair and savor the soothing rhythm of the waves.

USOP Danang 2024

For the more adventurous souls, a swim in the ocean or renting a surfboard offers exhilarating options, and early risers can witness the spectacular sunrise by the beach. For players with families, Danang is the perfect destination to merge one’s love for poker and one’s love for family vacations.

Need a Visa?

International player attendance at USOP has been increasing tremendously especially with visas quite easy to obtain. There are 26 countries in the visa-free list which includes most Southeast Asian nations and Europe. Players from South Korea, Japan, Russia are also visa free. For those not in the list, all that’s needed is an eVisa. Just apply online and choose between single entry or multiple. You can also get a visa upon arrival but may have to wait in line.

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Tricia David

Tricia David has long experience as a recreational poker player and has been covering poker events since 2010 for numerous outfits in Asia. She spent one year working part time with Poker Portal Asia then became editor and lead writer for all event coverage of the Philippine Poker Tour (PPT). Under the PPT, she overlooked content for their website, and produced live updates on all their events. In addition, she served as the live and online events website content writer for the Asian Poker Tour. Currently, she does live events reporting in Asia for online news site Somuchpoker and is also one of their news contributors.

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