Poker players who want to compete for the gold bracelet of the World Series of Poker online can start to make a summer plan for 2021 because the WSOP has announced the schedule. From July 1st until August 1st, there will be 33 bracelet competitions, and at least one event will be arranged every day.
Of course, all games in the United States will be played on WSOP.com. Players from New Jersey and Nevada can also participate. The WSOP does leave the possibility that other states can also play (need to wait for regulatory approval).
WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart called the series “very valuable.” And said that it will be accompanied by a large number of satellites for the unannounced autumn live schedule.
“By 2021, poker should have a big ending. We hope to make it more popular this summer.” He said.
33 WSOP bracelets and themed timeline section
Perhaps it is to cater to the specific needs of different players so that they can best plan their own itinerary. The WSOP divides part of the schedule into themes such as “PLO Week” and “Micro Crazy”.
It all started from “Premiere Week”, the first eight games. Highlights include the $500 opening match and the $2,000 deep stack match.
“Micro Crazy” will have three next games for $400 or less.
Then, “PLO Week”, including two limited-limit Omaha events, and even one PLO8 event.
“Double Chain Day” will see a $500 event and the largest buy-in in the series-$-7777 unlimited Hold’em Lucky 7s High Roller.
Finally, “Champions Week” will kick off on July 26 with the $1,000 PLO Championship. It also includes a US$3,200 Super High Roller, a US$1,000 Unlimited Poker Tournament, and a US$500 Grand Final. The latter is the only guaranteed prize pool reported in the series $1 million.
The following is the complete schedule
Successful follow-up in 2020
The 2021 online series is another masterpiece following the great reviews of the off-site two-parts in 2020.
Starting on July 1, WSOP.com will issue a gold bracelet every day until the end of the month. According to WSOP data, it finally provided a prize of $26,871,265, which is a record for a regulated off-site series in the state.
The WSOP’s international partners held 54 bracelet events from mid-July to early September, including a world-record off-site main event.
Compared with 2020, the popularity of live poker will be higher in 2021, and industry leaders will have an interesting point of comparison to see how the online bracelet event will respond in 2021.
The current schedule of the International Poker Series is still to be determined