World Series Of Poker – Your Guide To The 2024 WSOP

The WSOP – Schedule of Tournaments, Buy-in & Satellite Information. This page covers everything you need to know about the 2024 World Series of Poker, including the up-to-date schedule, information on how to enter and answers to FAQs.


Remember, there’s more to the world’s biggest poker series than just the Main Event. Our WSOP tournament schedule below features every event for 2024 and all the important information you need to know.

Want to know what it’s like to win the big one? CardsChat spoke to seven former Main Event winners, including Chris Moneymaker and Phil Hellmuth, in an exclusive WSOP winners interview.

WSOP Schedule 2024

The 2024 World Series of Poker runs from Tuesday May 28 through July 17 at Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas.

#Event TitleDateDurationBuy-In
1Casino Employees No-Limit Hold’emTue, May 28th 12:00 PM3 Days$ 5,000
2Casino Employees No-Limit Hold’emTue, May 28th 2:00 PM2 Days$500
3WSOP Kickoff No-Limit Hold’em FreezeoutWed, May 29th 10:00 AM2 Days$500
4Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better (8-Handed)Wed, May 29th 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
5AMystery Millions – No-Limit Hold’em Flight AThu, May 30th 10:00 AM3 Days$1,000
6Heads Up No-Limit Hold’em ChampionshipThu, May 30th 12:00 PM3 Days$25,000
7Dealers Choice 6-HandedFri, May 31st 10:00 AM3 Days$1,500
5BMystery Millions – No-Limit Hold’em – Flight BFri, May 31st 10:00 AM3 Days$1,000
8Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)Fri, May 31st 12:00 PM3 Days$5,000
9Limit Hold’em (8-Handed) (3 day event)Fri, May 31st 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
5CMystery Millions – No-Limit Hold’em – Flight CSat, June 1st 10:00 AM3 Days$1,000
10Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship (8-Handed)Sat, June 1st 2:00 PM4 Days$10,000
5DMystery Millions – No-Limit Hold’em – Flight DSun, Jun 2nd 10:00 AM3 Days$1,000
11BadugiSun, Jun 2nd 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
126-Handed No-Limit Hold’emMon, Jun 3rd 10:00 AM3 Days$1,500
13Dealers Choice Championship 6-HandedMon, Jun 3rd 2:00 PM3 Days$10,000
14Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold’emTue, Jun 4th 10:00 AM1 Day$1,000
15Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better (8-Handed)Tue, Jun 4th 12:00 PM3 Days$1,500
168-Handed No-Limit Hold’emTue, Jun 4th 2:00 PM4 Days$5,000
17No-Limit Hold’em DeepstackWed, Jun 5th, 10:00 AM2 Days$800
18Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)Wed, Jun 5th, 12:00 PM2 Days$600
19Limit Hold’em Championship (8 Handed)Wed, Jun 5th, 2:00 PM3 Days$10,000
20A6-Handed No-LimGladiators of Poker No-Limit Hold’em Flight Ait Hold’emThu, Jun 6th 10:00 AM3 Days$300
21High Roller Six Handed No-Limit Hold’emThu, Jun 6th 12:00 PM3 Days$25,000
22Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw (6-Handed)Thu, Jun 6th 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
20BGladiators of Poker No-limit Hold’em – Flight AFri, Jun 7th 10:00 AM3 Days$300
23ASHOOTOUT No-Limit Hold’em Flight AFri, Jun 7th 12:00 PM3 Days$1,500
24Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship (8-Handed)Fri, Jun 7th 2:00 PM4 Days$10,000
23BSHOOTOUT No-Limit Hold’em Flight BFri, Jun 7th 7:00 PM3 Days$1,500
20CGladiators of Poker No-Limit Hold’em Flight CSat, Jun 8th 10:00 AM3 Days$300
256-Handed Limit Hold’emSat, Jun 8th 2:00 PM3 Days$3,000
20DGladiators of Poker No-Limit Hold’em Flight DSun, Jun 9th 10:00 AM3 Days$300
26High Roller No-Limit Hold’em 8-HandedSun, Jun 9th 12:00 PM3 Days$25,000
27Big O (Five Card PLO Hi-Lo 8 or Better)Sun, Jun 9th 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
28Freezeout No-Limit Hold’emMon, Jun 10th 10:00 AM3 Days$1,500
29Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship (6-Handed)Mon, Jun 10th 2:00 PM3 Days$10,000
30Mixed No-Limit Hold’em; Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack (8-Handed)Tue, Jun 11th 10:00 AM2 Days$600
316-Handed No-Limit Hold’emTue, Jun 11th 12:00 PM2 Days$3,000
32Seven Card StudTue, Jun 11th 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
33Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack (8-Handed)Wed, Jun 12th 10:00 AM2 Days$600
34Freezeout No-Limit Hold’emWed, Jun 12th 12:00 PM3 Days$2,500
35H.O.R.S.E.Wed, Jun 12th 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
368-Handed No-Limit Hold’em DeepstackThu, Jun 13th 10:00 AM2 Days$800
37Big O Championship (Five Card PLO Hi-Lo 8 or Better)Thu, Jun 13th 2:00 PM3 Days$10,000
38AMONSTER STACK No-Limit Hold’em Flight AFri, Jun 14th 10:00 AM5 Days$1,500
39High Roller No-Limit Hold’em 8-HandedFri, Jun 14th 12:00 PM3 Days$50,000
40RazzFri, Jun 14th 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
38BMONSTER STACK No-Limit Hold’em Flight BSat, Jun 15th 10:00 AM5 Days$1,500
41Mixed No-Limit Hold’em; Pot-Limit Omaha Double Board Bomb Pot (8 handed)Sat, Jun 15th 12:00 PM3 Days$1,500
42Seven Card Stud ChampionshipSat, Jun 15th 2:00 PM3 Days$10,000
38CMONSTER STACK No-Limit Hold’em Flight CSun, Jun 16th 10:00 AM5 Days$1,500
43Mixed: Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better; Omaha Hi Lo 8 or Better; “Big O” (7-Handed)Sun, Jun 16th 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
44No-Limit Hold’emMon, Jun 17th 10:00 AM3 Days$2,000
45H.O.R.S.E. Championship (8-Handed)Mon, Jun 17th 2:00 PM4 Days$10,000
46ASENIORS No-Limit Hold’em Championship Flight ATue, Jun 18th 10:00 AM5 Days$1,000
47High Roller No-Limit Hold’emTue, Jun 18th 12:00 PM3 Days$100,000
48Pot-Limit Omaha 8-HandedTue, Jun 18th 2:00 PM2 Days$1,000
46BSENIORS No-Limit Hold’em Championship Flight BWed, Jun 19th 10:00 AM5 Days$1,000
49Freezeout No-Limit HoldemWed, Jun 19th 12:00 AM3 Days$3,000
50Razz ChampionshipWed, Jun 19th 2:00 PM3 Days$10,000
51Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold’emThu, Jun 20th 10:00 AM1 Day$1,500
52Nine Game Mixed (7-Handed)Thu, Jun 20th 12:00 PM4 Days$5,000
53Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold’emThu, Jun 20th 2:00 PM3 Days$3,000
54AMILLIONAIRE MAKER No-Limit Hold’em Flight A Fri, Jun 21st 10:00 AM4 Days$1,500
57Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold’em (8-Handed)Sat, Jun 22nd 12:00 PM1 Day$10,000
54CMILLIONAIRE MAKER No-Limit Hold’em Flight CSun, Jun 23rd 10:00 AM5 Days$1,500
58Poker Players Championship (7-Handed)Sun, Jun 23rd 2:00 PM5 Days$50,000
59SUPER SENIORS No-Limit Hold’emMon, Jun 24th 10:00 AM4 Days$1,000
60No-Limit Hold’emMon, Jun 24th 12:00 PM4 Days$3,000
61Mixed: Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better; Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better (8-Handed)Mon, Jun 24th 2:00 PM3 Days$2,500
62PokerNews Deepstack Championship No-Limit Hold’emTue, Jun 25th 10:00 AM4 Days$ 600
63No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw (7-Handed)Tue, Jun 25th 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
64No-Limit Hold’em DeepstackWed, Jun 26th 10:00 AM2 Days$600
65Seniors High Roller No-Limit Hold’emWed, Jun 26th 12:00 PM3 Days$5,000
66Pot-Limit Omaha Championship (8-Handed)Wed, Jun 26th 2:00 PM4 Days$10,000
67SALUTE to Warriors – No-Limit Hold’emThu, Jun 27th 10:00 AM3 Days$500
68No-Limit Hold’emThu, Jun 27th 12:00 PM3 Days$2,500
69Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or BetterThu, Jun 27th 2:00 PM3 Days$1,500
70ACOLOSSUS No-Limit Hold’em Flight AFri, Jun 28th 10:00 AM3 Days$ 400
71LADIES No-Limit Hold’em ChampionshipFri, Jun 28th 12:00 PM4 Days$10,000 / $1,000
72No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship (7-Handed)Fri, Jun 28th 2:00 PM3 Days$10,000
70BCOLOSSUS No-Limit Hold’em Flight B Sat, Jun 29th 10:00 AM3 Days$400
73High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)Sat, Jun 29th 2:00 PM4 Days$25,000
70CCOLOSSUS No-Limit Hold’em Flight CSun, Jun 30th 10:00 AM3 Day$400
74Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better ChampionshipSun, Jun 30th 2:00 PM3 Days$10,000
75TAG TEAM No-Limit Hold’emMon, Jul 1st 10:00 AM3 Days$1,000 / TEAM
76Mystery Bounty No-Limit Hold’em (8-Handed)Mon, Jul 1st 12:00 PM3 Days$10,000
77Mixed Big Bet Even (6-Handed)Mon, Jul 1st 2:00 PM3 Days$2,500
78MINI Main Event No-Limit Hold’emTue, Jul 2nd 10:00 AM3 Days$1,000
79HIGH ROLLER Pot-Limit OmahaTue, Jul 2nd 2:00 PM3 Days$50,000
80AIndependence Day Celebration No-Limit Hold’em Flight AWed, Jul 3rd 10:00 AM3 Days$800
81AMAIN EVENT No-Limit Hold’em World Championship – Day 1AWed, Jul 3rd 12:00 PM1 Day$10,000
80BIndependence Day Celebration No-Limit Hold’em Flight BThu, Jul 4th 10:00 AM3 Days$800
81BMAIN EVENT No-Limit Hold’em World Championship – Day 1BThu, Jul 4th 12:00 PM1 Day$10,000
81CMAIN EVENT No-Limit Hold’em World Championship – Day 1CFri, Jul 5th 12:00 PM1 Day$10,000
81DMAIN EVENT No-Limit Hold’em World Championship – Day 1DSat, Jul 6th 12:00 PM1 Day$10,000
82No-Limit Hold’emSat, Jul 6th 7:00 PM2 Days$1,000
83Eight Game Mixed 6-HandedSun, Jul 7th 12:00 AM3 Days$ 1 , 500
84AUltra Stack – No-limit Hold’em Flight ASun, Jul 7th 2:00 PM4 Days$600
85FLIP & GO No-Limit Hold’em Presented by GGPoker – Flight AMon, Jul 8th 10:00 AM2 Days$ 1 , 000
84BUltra Stack – No-limit Hold’em Flight BTue, Jul 9th 10:00 AM4 Days$600
86AMystery Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha Flight ATue, Jul 9th 12:00 PM3 Days$1,000
878-Handed No-Limit Hold’emTue, Jul 9th 12:00 PM2 Days$5,000
86BMystery Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha Flight BWed, Jul 10th 10:00 AM3 Days$1,000
88Eight Game Mixed Championship 6-Handed Wed, Jul 10th 2:00 PM1 Day$ 10, 000
89AMid-Stakes Championship No-Limit Holdem Flight AThu, Jul 11th 10:00 AM4 Days$3,000
906-Handed Pot-Limit OmahaThu, Jul 11th 12:00 PM3 Days$1,500
91H.O.R.S.E.Thu, Jul 11th 2:00 PM3 Days$3,000
89BMid-Stakes Championship No-Limit Hold’em Flight BFri, Jul 12th 10:00 AM4 Days$3,000
92HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’emFri, Jul 12th 2:00 PM3 Days$50,000
93ALucky 7’s No-Limit Hold’emSat, Jul 13th 10:00 AM3 Days$777
946-Handed No-Limit Hold’em ChampionshipSat, Jul 13th 2:00 PM3 Days$10,000
93BLucky 7’s No-Limit Hold’em (7-Handed) Flight BSun, Jul 14th 10:00 AM3 Days$777
95Poker Hall of Fame Bounty No-Limit Hold’emSun, Jul 14th 12:00 PM2 Days$1,979
96High Roller H.O.R.S.E. (8-Handed)Sun, Jul 14th 2:00 PM3 Days$25,000
93CLucky 7’s No-Limit Hold’em (7-Handed) Flight CMon, Jul 15th 10:00 AM3 Days$777
976-Handed Pot-Limit OmahaMon, Jul 15th 2:00 PM3 Days$3,000
98AThe Closer – No-Limit Hold’em Flight AMon, Jul 15th 4:00 PM2 Days$1,500
98BThe Closer – No-Limit Hold’em Flight BTue, Jul 16th 12:00 PM2 Days$1,500
99Super Turbo No-Limit Hold’em Wed, Jul 17th 10:00 AM1 Day$1,000

How To Enter the 2024 WSOP

Anyone over the age of 21 can enter the World Series of Poker! See below to find out how.

Enter online WSOP Satellites

By winning a series of online tournaments, or even a single satellite tournament, you can make your way to Las Vegas for next to nothing.

With some buy-ins starting from as low as $2, you’ll normally have to advance through three or four stages before claiming a WSOP seat.

Alternatively, you can buy-in for a greater amount at a later stage of the qualifying tournament.

Sites hosting online satellites include and GG Poker (non-US).

Note: Main Event entry is often received in cash, it is your responsibility to buy into the Main Event.

Enter a local WSOP Satellite

Poker rooms and land-based casinos all over America, Canada and even Europe will be teaming up with WSOP to host local qualifying events.

These qualifying tournaments will likely take longer and have higher buy-ins than online satellites – but are still a viable option for players looking to grab a seat at the WSOP.

Direct buy-In

Don’t want to play your way to Vegas? Got $10,000 lying around? Bring it to Vegas and buy directly in to the WSOP 2024 Main Event. Saving yourself from burnout and tiredness so that you’ve got a clear mind when it comes to showtime.

Qualify in Vegas

Short on funds this year? No fear, you can enter a live satellite in Las Vegas.

The WSOP hosts daily tournaments with buy-ins that come in way under the $10,000 Main Event cost. Players earn tournament chips that can be used in any of the WSOP 2024 gold bracelet tournaments.

A Look Back at WSOP 2022

Interview with WSOP Champion Espen Jorstadt

WSOP 2022

WSOP 2022 Ladies Event

WSOP 2022 Salute to Warriors Event

Interview with CardsChat’s Matt Vaughan

Who has won the World Series of Poker?

Espen Jorstad$10,000,000


Espen Jorstad

2022 topped the previous year’s huge numbers, with more than 2,000 additional players creating…

Koray Aldemir$8,000,000


Koray Aldemir

Following WSOP 2020, which featured an altered format due to the COVID-19 pandemic, WSOP…

Damian Salas$2,550,969


Damian Salas

Originally scheduled to begin on May 26th at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vega…

Hossein Ensan$10,000,000


Hossein Ensan

The winner of the 2019 WSOP Main Event was Iranian-German poker player Hossein Ensan…

John Cynn$8,880,000


John Cynn

After a battle that lasted over 10 hours, John Cynn was declared the winner of the 2018 WSOP Main…

Scott Blumenstein$8,150,000


Scott Blumenstein

Hailing from Brigantine, New Jersey, Scott Blumstein took this year’s WSOP Main Event…

Qui Nguyen$8,005,310


Qui Nguyen

The 2016 World Series of Poker saw Qui place number one spot from a potential 6,737 players…

Joe Mckeehen$7,683,346


Joe Mckeehen

The 46th annual WSOP event took place in 2015, and it was held at Vegas’s famous Rio All Suite…

Martin Jacobson$10,000,000


Martin Jacobson

Once again held at Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, the 2014 WSOP tournament had 6,683…

Ryan Riess$8,359,5351


Ryan Riess

The 2013 WSOP tournament had 6,352 entrants and a prize pool of $59,708,800. The first…

Greg Merson$8,531,853


Greg Merson

The 43rd annual WSOP event took place at Vegas’s Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino in 2012…

Pius Heinz$8,715,638


Pius Heinz

Hosted by Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, the 2011 WSOP tournament attract…

Jonathan Duhamel$8,944,138


Jonathan Duhamel

With three WSOP bracelets and more than $14 million in poker tournament winnings, Jonat Duhamel…

Joe Cada8,574,649


Joe Cada

Joe Cada represented a return to seasoned professionals winning the grand prize. Joe scooped…

Peter Eastgate$9,152,416


Peter Eastgate

“Isser” landed a win of more than 9 million dollars thanks to a final hand of an Ace of diamonds and a 5 of…

Jerry Yang$8,250,00


Jerry Yang

Jerry Yang, who took home the grand prize with a pair of 8s, was one of over 6,000 play who got in…

Jamie Gold$12,000,000


Jamie Gold

Perhaps it’s appropriate that a player named Jamie Gold won what was, and continues to be…

Joe Hachem$7,500,000


Joe Hachem

The number of participants in 2005 was more than double that of 2004. The prize pool also more…

Greg Raymer$5,000,000


Greg Raymer

The number of Main Event competitors was more than double that of the previous year with more than 2,500…

Chris Moneymaker$2,500,000


Chris Moneymaker

As the first WSOP Main Event winner who qualified via an online poker site, the appropriately named…

Robert Varkonyi$2,500,000


Robert Varkonyi

The year 2002 saw the grand prize associated with the WSOP Main Event rise yet again. Robert Varkonyi…

Carlos Mortensen$1,500,000


Carlos Mortensen

A record was broken in 2001 when Mortensen, known as El Matador, became the only player…

Chris Ferguson$1,500,000


Chris Ferguson

2000 saw Chris Ferguson triumph over more than 500 players to scoop the WSOP Main Event…

Noel Furlong$1,000,000


Noel Furlong

The final WSOP Main Event of the 90s was one to remember: 1999’s big game saw an Irish businessman…

Scott Nguyen$1,000,000


Scott Nguyen

In 1998, The Train (or The Prince of Poker) took home a million-dollar prize thanks to to a Jack of diamonds…

Stu Ungar$1,000,000


Stu Ungar

After more than 15 years without a top 3 finish in the WSOP Main Event, 1997 saw Stuey take home…

Huck Seed$1,000,000


Huck Seed

One of the most interesting facts about the 1996 Main Event is that Huck Seed’s winning hand – 9 and 8…

Dan Harrington$1,000,000


Dan Harrington

Action Dan took home the grand prize at the 1995 WSOP Main Event thanks to a 9 and 8 of diamonds…

Russ Hamilton$1,000,000


Russ Hamilton

Scoring the $1 million prize with a King of spades and an 8 of hearts, this marks Russ Hamilton’s only WSOP…

Jim Bechtel$1,000,000


Jim Bechtel

With the Main Event on the upswing in 1993 – 30 more players than last year and another $300,000…

Hamid Dastmalchi$1,000,000


Hamid Dastmalchi

Armed with just an 8 of hearts and a 4 of clubs, some daring play from Dastmalchi resulted…

Brad Daugherty$1,000,000


Brad Daugherty

In 1991, the grand prize of the WSOP Main Event reached 1 million dollars for the first time. It remained…

WSOP image$835,000


Mansour Matloubi

The first Main Event of the 1990s saw the Iranian-British Matloubi outlast close to 200 players…

Phil Hellmuth$755,000


Phil Hellmuth

A true star of professional poker, 1989 remains The Poker Brat’s only Main Event win. He won…

Johnny Chan$700,000


Johnny Chan

More players competed in this Main Event than ever before. Chan took home his second and back…

Johnny Chan$625,000


Johnny Chan

The Main Event was starting to bounce back in 1987, with more players and a larger grand…

Berry Johnston$570,000


Berry Johnston

The WSOP slowed down a little in the late ‘80s – the number of players in the Main Event remained…

WSOP image$700,000


Bill Smith

A pocket pair of 3s might not seem like the greatest hand in the world, but it was enough for Bill Smith to…

WSOP image


Jack Keller

Jack Keller, also known as the Gentleman, scored $660,000 in the WSOP Main Event with a pair…

Tom McEvoy$540,000


Tom McEvoy

Grand Rapids Tom, as McEvoy is sometimes known, scored the grand prize in the 1983 Main…

Jack Straus$520,000


Jack Straus

Landing the first grand prize totalling more than half a million dollars, Jack Straus landed his big win with…

Stu Ungar$375,000


Stu Ungar

Another year, another WSOP Main Event victory for Stu! Also known as The Kid, Stu took the grand…

Stu Ungar$365,000


Stu Ungar

1980 marked Stu Ungar’s first, but certainly not last, Main Event win at the WSOP. With a hand…

Hal Fowler$270,000


Hal Fowler

The final WSOP of the 1970s saw Hal Fowler fight off more than 50 players to take home over a quarter…

Bobby Baldwin$210,000


Bobby Baldwin

Bizarrely, despite beating 41 other players (a significant increase on the previous year) with a pocket…

Doyle Brunson$340,000


Doyle Brunson

Texas Dolly snared over half a million dollars in prize money in 1976 and 1977 alone. Unbelievably, his…

Doyle Brunson$220,000


Doyle Brunson

Doyle Brunson, who won the 1976 WSOP with a 2 and 10 of spades, holds a certain place in WSOP…

WSOP image$210,000


Bryan Roberts

Thanks to a pocket pair of Jacks, Bryan Roberts took home a grand prize of more than $200,000 after…

Johnny Moss$160,000


Johnny Moss

Taking first place once again in 1974, Johnny Moss achieved the staggering feat of winning 3 of the first…

Walter Pearson$130,000


Walter Pearson

Walter Pearson, also known as Puggy, took home a hefty cash prize in excess of $100,000 with an Ace…

Thomas Preston$80,000


Thomas Preston

Thanks to a well-timed King and Jack, “Amarillo Slim” was able to win his first WSOP championship…

Johnny Moss$30,000


Johnny Moss

Taking first place once again in 1974, Johnny Moss achieved the staggering feat of winning 3 of the first…

Johnny Moss


Johnny Moss

With its freeze-out tournament format, the first WSOP event was decided not with a single hand…

World Series of Poker FAQs

When is the World Series of Poker?

The 2023 WSOP takes place from Tuesday May 30 through July 18 at Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas.

How does the WSOP work?

The World Series of Poker is made up of 95 live events and 20 online events. The events are in a tournament format, and every player in a given tournament starts with the same number of chips. The winner of each event is the last player standing, who then takes home the prize money and a WSOP bracelet.

Most of the events are variants of Texas Hold’em, however games such as Omaha and Seven-card Stud also feature.

All events have different buy-ins, and the number of entrants can differ, so the prize money will also vary. The winner of the WSOP Main Event will take home millions of dollars, as well as a coveted WSOP bracelet, worth approximately $500,000.

What is the buy-in for WSOP 2023?

Buy-ins for the 2023 World Series of Poker will start as low as $300 and go as high as $250,000. The buy-in for the Main Event is $10,000.

How do I enter WSOP 2023?

You can enter the WSOP in person at Paris Las Vegas, or you can register online by heading to the official WSOP website. You can also win seats via satellites or online qualifiers. Read more about how to enter the World Series of poker.

Where can I find WSOP updates?

We’ll post WSOP news and updates throughout the tournament, so be sure to check out our news page!

Where can I find the WSOP schedule?

We’ve got the current WSOP schedule here on this page. It specifies the event, the date, the duration and the buy-in cost.

Who won WSOP in 2022?

Espen Jorstad won the World Series of Poker in 2022. The Norwegian poker player took away $10,000,000 and the coveted gold bracelet. Check out our full list of previous winners.

What channel is the World Series of Poker on?

The WSOP 2023 will be broadcast on CBS Sports and Poker Go.

How can I get free chips on WSOP?

You’ll need to buy-in or win your seat to get your WSOP chips. However, for some fun, you can download the WSOP social poker app and get free chips just by signing up.

How much does the winner of the WSOP Main Event get?

The winner of the Main Event gets a multi-million-dollar prize and a WSOP bracelet worth up to $500,000. The exact cash prize amount is dependent on the number of players (the more players that join, the higher the prizepool), but 2022’s winner won a staggering $10,000,000.

How much is a World Series of Poker bracelet worth?

These days, a Main Event bracelet is worth approximately $500,000. As an example, the 2016 bracelet featured almost 500g of white and yellow gold, as well as white diamonds, black diamonds and rubies, making it almost 45 carats.

Not all bracelets are worth so much. In 2010, Peter Eastgate sold his bracelet on eBay for $147,500, while Jamie Gold sold his bracelet for $65,725 at auction in 2013. However, they were probably worth a lot more!