WSOP Circuit Schedule Fills 2022-23 Poker Calendar with More Live Events

The World Series Of Poker announced the schedule for the 2022-2023 WSOP Circuit this week, with the return of a few events that had been dropped and an international stop in Aruba. The current schedule includes 25 events in 14 states, and a press release from Caesar’s indicates that at least 10 more stops will be added in the coming weeks in what looks like the biggest circuit schedule to date. 

WSOP 2023 Circuit Schedule

Even before the announcement of more stops, there is only one break of more than a few days with no event, which is over the Christmas and New Year’s holiday. Returning to the schedule are events at Harvey’s in Lake Tahoe and Caesars in Southern Indiana. The lone international event will take place in Aruba in late September.  

Harrah’s Cherokee in North Carolina will host four events, while the Choctaw in Durant Oklahoma will host three events. The significant expansion of the schedule is no surprise as the circuit has grown nearly every year of its 18 seasons and continues to be very popular. 

Each event will consist of twelve official events which award a gold ring to the winner. These winners will also receive a freeroll into the Tournament of Champions at the end of the season, a prize worth thousands of dollars. Buy-ins for the gold ring events range from $250 to $5,300. The main event at each stop will be a $1,700 buy-in and typically features the largest prize pool. 

Host casinos are encouraged to include seniors and ladies events which will also offer an entry into the Tournament of Champions to the winners. WSOP online circuit events will be announced monthly and will award gold rings to the winners as well. 

The record for the most circuit rings won is currently held by Maurice Hawkins with 14. 

2022/2023 WSOP Circuit Schedule

July 20 – 31, 2022Choctaw Durant (Dallas/Oklahoma)
August 4 – 15, 2022Harrah’s Cherokee (North Carolina)
August 17 – 28, 2022Hard Rock (Tulsa)
September 15 – 26, 2022Horseshoe Council Bluffs (Omaha/Iowa)
September 22 – October 2, 2022Aruba Hilton (Aruba)
September 29 – October 10, 2022Thunder Valley Casino (Northern California)
October 13 – 24, 2022Isle of Capri (Pompano Beach, Florida)
October 20 – 31, 2022Harveys Lake Tahoe (Stateline, Nevada)
November 3 – 13, 2022Choctaw Durant (Dallas/Oklahoma)
November 10 – 21, 2022Grand Victoria Casino (Chicago, IL)
November 24 – December 5, 2022Harrah’s Cherokee (North Carolina)
December 3 – 14, 2022The Bicycle Casino (Los Angeles)
January 4 – 15, 2023Choctaw Durant (Dallas/Oklahoma)
January 12 – 23, 2023Thunder Valley Casino (Northern California)
January 19 – 30, 2023Horseshoe/Tunica (MS)
February 2 – 13, 2023Isle of Capri (Pompano Beach, Florida)
February 16 – 27, 2023Harrah’s Cherokee (North Carolina)
February 23 – March 6, 2023Horseshoe Hammond (Chicago)
March 4 – 15, 2023The Bicycle Casino (Los Angeles)
March 9 – 20, 2023Hard Rock (Tulsa)
March 16 – 27, 2023Turning Stone Resort Casino (Verona, NY)
April 6 – 17, 2023Grand Victoria Casino (Chicago, IL)
April 20 – May 1, 2023Horseshoe/Tunica (MS)
May 4 – 15, 2023Harrah’s Cherokee (North Carolina)
May 11 – 22, 2023Caesars Southern Indiana, (Elizabeth, IN)
Written by
Chris Wallace
Professional poker player, HORSE world champion, author.

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