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World College Poker Teams Up With Solve For Why Academy For 2021 Fall Brawl Tournament

Registration Is Open For The Second Annual Free-To-Enter Event Which Kicks Off On Dec. 11


World College Poker and Solve for Why Academy have joined forces to put on the second annual Fall Brawl tournament this December on the free-to-play PokerStars.Net platform. The event is free to enter for students who are currently enrolled at college, university, or vocational schools worldwide. Registration is now open for the event, which begins on Dec. 11.

“The success of our first Main Event was phenomenal,” said WCP co-founder and Card Player contributor Craig Tapscott. “We had an international field represented at the final table. We expect the second Fall Brawl to be an exciting battle to the finish, with the final two players battling heads-up for the title.”

The free-to-play tournament’s prize schedule is supported by corporate sponsorships from the following WCP partners:, PLOQuickPro,, Card Player Magazine,, Brienfuel,, Poker Bankroll Tracker, Faded Spade Cards, MindSet Mentoring, Run Good Gear, Aquarian Bookshop, Next Gen Poker, and more.

Prizes include vacation packages, poker training subscriptions, mindset training, swag, apparel, and much more.

All students must be 18 years of age or older and have a valid student ID to participate in WCP tournaments. Day 1, on Dec. 11, will see the initial field narrowed to 16 finalists, who will return the following day to continue the action with heads-up battles until the ultimate winner is decided.

The full schedule can be found on the WCP website.

*Students from the countries of Spain, Italy, Portugal, and in the U.S.A., students in the states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, and New Jersey, cannot participate in the WCP events at, in accordance with local regulations.

This past summer, WCP held its first Main Event Championship with over 1,400 players worldwide competing for the title of best college poker player of 2021. The eventual winner was Hankuk University Foreign Studies student Jeon Changhyun from the Republic of Korea. He took home a boatload of prizes, including a ticket to compete in a European Poker Tour event (valued at $9000), a Solve For Why Academy training package to Las Vegas, as well as a beautiful vacation package from PLO Quick Pro.

After this event, WCP has global college championships scheduled throughout the next year. Learn more at