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The Return of the World Series of Poker Circuit to Playground

Accessibility has made poker one of the most popular casino games out there. It has been popular ever since it was developed in the 19thcentury. Currently, there are already poker tournaments held players to get their competitiveness on.

One of the most popular poker tournaments worldwide is The World Series of Poker (WSOP). This is held yearly in Las Vegas and has been sponsored by the Caesars Entertainment Corporation since the year 2004.

WSOP has expanded to multiple tournaments worldwide and one of these expansions is the World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOP-C). This began in 2005 and in the last two years, it was absent in the poker scene.

However, with WSOP’s recent release of the schedules of their tournaments for 2019/2020, WSOP-C is making quite a big come back. Casino games fanatics are surely looking forward to this.

Teaming up with PartyPoker Live is the World Series of Poker Circuit to bring series of poker events in 2019. WSOP-C playground is set to have millions of Canadian Dollars to give away. The series of events are set to happen from August 18 to September 2, 2019.

WSOP-C boasts of a total of $4,000,000 prize pool. There are seven events that will happen as it takes its course. Curious about the events that WSOP-C has in store? Here, we’ll list what poker fans should look forward to!

Colossus

The first event of this series is the WSOP-C Playground $300 + $30 Colossus. This is one of the most accessible and valued tournaments in the world. The prize pool for this event alone is $1,000,000. Players love this because they are allowed to take as many sots as they want.

$1,100 Main Event

This is an event where online players can participate with the qualifiers from of its Day 1 and 2. This event starts with a total of three live Day 1 events. Players will only be given a single re-entry at any point of its flight. A total of 170 seats are guaranteed to players for this event.

Monster Stack

The third event is the $600 + $60 Monster Stack. Players get to have huge starting stacks with this. They get to play traditional poker but with a freezeout format. This two-day tournament has a prize pool of $150,000.

Super High Roller

The $5,000 + $300 Super High Roller is simply the greatest buy-in of the series. The prize pool of this two-day event is worth $250,000. Players that participate here get unlimited re-entries for features like 45-minute levels and 8-handed play.

High Roller

Next to the Super High Roller is the $2,000 + $200 High Roller event. This will provide its players the four-figure buy-in option and unlimited re-entries for three days. Its pool prize is $250,000.

Pot Limit Omaha

The final event for this series is the $500 + $50 Pot Limit Omaha. It’s a one-day tournament with a prize pool of $50,000.

These are the seven events that poker fanatics can look forward to starting August 18 to September 2. If you’re a fanatic and would like to join this tournament, you better start warming yourself up! Make sure you only download the best mobile casino apps where you can practice and hone your poker skills.

For you to not miss anything for this year’s WSOP-C 2019/2020, here is the complete schedule of events:

Date Venue
August 15-26, 2019 Foxwoods Resort Casino (Connecticut)
August 29 – September 9, 2019 Ameristar St. Charles (St. Louis, Missouri)
September 5-16, 2019 Thunder Valley Casino (Sacramento area, California)
September 12-23, 2019 Potawatomi (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
September 17-29, 2019 WSOP.com Online Circuit (New Jersey)
September 19-30, 2019 Seminole Casino Coconut Creek (Coconut Creek, Florida)
September 26 – October 7, 2019 Horseshoe Southern Indiana (Louisville/Indiana)
October 3-14, 2019 Horseshoe Baltimore (Maryland/D.C.)
October 10-21, 2019 Horseshoe Hammond (Chicago, Illinois)
October 24 – November 4, 2019 Harveys Lake Tahoe (Reno/Tahoe Nevada)
October 30 – November 11, 2019 Choctaw Durant (Dallas/Oklahoma)
November 14–25, 2019 Planet Hollywood (Las Vegas Strip, Nevada)
November 28 – December 9, 2019 Harrah’s Cherokee (North Carolina)
November 30-December 11, 2019 The Bicycle Casino (Los Angeles, California)
December 5-16, 2019 IP Casino Resort Spa (Biloxi, Mississippi)
December 12-22, 2019 Harrah’s Las Vegas in Convention Center (Las Vegas, Nevada)
January 2-14, 2020 Choctaw Durant (Dallas/Oklahoma)
January 9-20, 2020 Thunder Valley Casino (Sacramento area, California)
January 16-27, 2020 Horseshoe Tunica (Tunica, Mississippi)
January 30 – February 10, 2020 Potawatomi (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
February 6–17, 2020 Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa (Tampa, Florida)
February 14-25, 2020 Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino (Las Vegas, Nevada)
February 20 – March 2, 2020 Horseshoe Hammond (Chicago, Illinois)
February 25 – March 8, 2020 WSOP.com Online Circuit (Nevada)
February 27 – March 10, 2020 Horseshoe Bossier City (Shreveport, Louisiana/Texas)
March 5-16, 2020 Harrah’s Atlantic City (Atlantic City, New Jersey)
March 7 – 18, 2020 The Bicycle Casino (Los Angeles, California)
March 12-23, 2020 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
March 19-30, 2020 Bally’s (Las Vegas Strip, Nevada)
March 26 – April 6, 2020 Horseshoe Council Bluffs (Omaha, Nebraska/Iowa)
April 8-19, 2020 Harrah’s Cherokee (North Carolina)
April 23 – May 4, 2020 Horseshoe Tunica (Tunica, Mississippi)
May 7-18, 2020 Harrah’s New Orleans (New Orleans, Louisiana)
August 2020 Global Casino Championship Harrah’s Cherokee

 

 


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