WSOP Online is giving players in New Jersey, Nevada, and Pennsylvania a chance to play for big money with its latest version of its Online Championship.
Staring Sunday in Pennsylvania, the 67-event series is aimed at players who want to turn a little into a lot. Most of the 67-event series features buy-ins from $11 to $100, with a few larger buy-in events sprinkled in.
There are three $525 MTTs with guarantees of $25,000, but there’s something for those that want to spend a little less thanks to addition $25,000 guaranteed events costing $55 and $100.
The proverbial jewel in the crown for those in Pennsylvania will be the championship event. The $320 showdown gets underway on October 24 and comes in with a $150,000 guarantee.
For players in New Jersey and Nevada, there will be 117 tournaments on the roster. The joint championship series starts on October 17 and, like its Pennsylvanian counterpart, it will feature $150,000 guaranteed main event. That tournament goes down on November 14 and will also cost $320.
The winner of Pennsylvania’s main event, and the victor of the joint New Jersey/Nevada showdown will not only win the lion’s share of a $150,000 guaranteed prizepool but a championship belt.
WSOP Main Event Seats and More
For those with deeper pockets, WSOP Online is also running a 10-event Fall Online Super Circuit for players in Nevada and New Jersey. Buy-ins range from $215 and go up to $1,000. All the action kicks off on October 9 and winners will bag themselves a bundle of cash and a WSOP Circuit ring.
Rounding out the WSOP’s online offerings is a Main Event seat scramble. With the $10,000 Big Dance set to be another hit this year, the WSOP is giving away 55 seats through a selection of online qualifiers costing $215.
Players in New Jersey and Nevada will compete in two scrambles (October 31 and November 2), both of which will feature 25 Main Event seats.. Pennsylvania gets the short end of the stick, but there will still be five seats to win in the October 17 scramble.
The final way to win a seat in this year’s Main Event is via WSOP.com’s Sunday satellites. Whatever your preferences, WSOP.com has you covered. From championship belts and Circuit rings to Main Event seats, it’s all going down in Nevada, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania over the next four weeks.
Play for WSOP Bracelets at Home
Alongside the auxiliary events and qualifiers, there are online WSOP bracelet events running in tandem with the packed roster of tournament currently taking place inside the Rio, Las Vegas.
Martin Zamani won the first online bracelet of this year’s WSOP in the $5,300 no limit freeze-out for $210,600, and Mark Herm won the second online event, the Big 500 for $89,356. There are nine more bracelets will be won online.
The bracelet events take place on Sundays in New Jersey and Nevada. Pennsylvanians get their one shot at a bracelet in the Mini Main Event, which takes place on November 21.
WSOP Online Bracelet Schedule
- October 10 — $400 Ultra deepstack (2x re-entry)
- October 17 — $888 PLO Crazy 8s 8-max players (3x re-entry)
- October 24 — $1,000 Championship (2x re-entry)
- October 31 — $666 No-limit hold’em (2x re-entry)
- November 7 — $3,200 High roller 8 player max (2x re-entry)
- November 14 — $7,777 Lucky 7s no-limit hold’em high roller (2x re-entry)
- November 14 — $777 Lucky 7s no-limit hold’em
- November 21 — $1,000 Mini Main Event (For New Jersey and Nevada players)
- November 21 — $1,000 Mini Main Event (for residents of Pennsylvania)