2020 WSOP Schedule Coming Into Focus, 12 Additional Bracelet Events Disclosed

The 2020 WSOP schedule is starting to take shape. After releasing the start to finish dates for the series last week, along with dates for three events, including the Main Event, the World Series of Poker has now disclosed 12 additional gold bracelet events.

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The 2020 WSOP schedule is becoming clearer. (Image: Twitter)

The series doesn’t begin until May 26, and the full schedule won’t be released until next month at the earliest, but it’s never too early to start planning your trip to Las Vegas.

Last week, the WSOP shared the dates for the Main Event, which runs July 1-14. Although many on social media don’t approve, the Main Event will again allow late registration up until the start of Day 2. This will be the second straight year with that format.

What’s on the 2020 WSOP Schedule?

Back by popular demand are some of your favorite tournaments. The 2020 WSOP schedule will include the $1,500 Monster Stack and Millionaire Maker tournaments – two of the largest events each year.

The Milly Maker, which guarantees at least $1 million to the winner, had 8,809 players last year. At the 2020 WSOP, this popular event will begin June 5. Players can re-enter once each flight.

The Monster Stack, on the other hand, is a freezeout. One of the largest freezeouts in the world, actually, with more than 5,500 players each year since its inception. If you enjoy large stacks and freezeouts, you can enter the Monster Stack on June 12 at the Rio in Las Vegas.

The Colossus is back for the sixth year, and like last year, the buy-in will only cost $400 — cheaper than its original $565 entry fee. With the WSOP again pushing the $500 buy-in Big 50 early in the series, the Colossus will take place on June 24.

Another popular tournament that was new last year – the $1,000 MIni Main Event – is back for a second season. In 2019, Jeremy Saderne outlasted the 5,521-player field to net $628,654.

Other Known 2020 WSOP Events

  • Casino Employees ($550) May 27
  • Ladies No-Limit Hold’em ($1,000) June 17
  • Double Stack No-Limit Hold’em ($1,000) June 19
  • Super Seniors Age 60+ ($1,000) June 22
  • Crazy Eights 8-Handed ($888) June 26
  • Little One Drop ($1,111) July 4
  • The Closer ($1,500) July 10

As usual, the WSOP will be played at the Rio in Las Vegas — at least through next year.

Jon Sofen
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Jon Sofen
Semi-pro poker player with 17 years experience on the felt and more than five years working as professional poker media.

Comments

Milloie Karl ( Skip ) wrote...

I’m 71 , have played in quite a few WSOP events .. 2 nd home in Vegas since 2009 … I absolutely hate the early start for senior and super senior events … after all it is Las Vegas a night time city … Played cashed in 2009 seniors and since ( in the last few years that you came up with the 10:00 am start time ) I have not played those events , Hell , I am asleep at 10.00 am .. Most super seniors are retired and do not have day jobs that require getting up early … Help !!!!!!!!

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