Schedule released for World Series of Poker Summer Online Circuit, June 10-27

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Great news for you poker lovers out there! Caesar’s Entertainment has just announced their Online Summer Series World Series of Poker (WSOP) schedule. The totality of the event will take place between June 10-27. Each event will award the lucky winner a coveted World Series of Poker circuit ring. You can view the full schedule, including blind structures, here.

The buy-ins range from $215 and up to $5,300. There are also satellites scattered throughout June 10-27. There isn’t always much notice on these satellites. You just need to login and see what’s available.

If you’re looking for a coin flip gamble, try an all-in satellite. The all-in satellites famously get entered into the database at the last minute. This structure provides you a heads up tournament, where each player is immediately all-in. The winner of the all-in moves onto the next heads up match, where once again both players are instantly all-in. So every round of the tournament, the field is cut in half. The last man (or woman) standing wins the seat to the big event. Sometimes there are small consolation prizes for second, third, and on down to perhaps 8th place. It just depends on the original buy-in.

Here are a few notable events for the WSOP Online Summer Series:

  • Thursday, June 10, $75,000 GTD No Limit Hold’em Big 500 8-max for $500
  • Sunday, June 13, $125,000 GTD No Limit Hold’em Monster Stack for $215
  • Saturday, June 19, $100,000 GTD No Limit Hold’em Double Stack for $320
  • Tuesday, June 22, $100,000 GTD No Limit Hold’em High Roller 6-max for $2,000
  • Saturday, June 16, $100,000 GTD No Limit Hold’em Ultra High Roller for $5,300
  • Sunday, June 27, $250,000 GTD No Limit Hold’em Main Event for $525

Remember, due to national law, you must be physically located in either Nevada or New Jersey to play in the World Series of Poker circuit. Your actual state residency doesn’t matter. It’s the location you are at when you log in to the game that matters. So if you’re in one of the two legal states and you feel like trying your luck, download the World Series of Poker app and hit up the Online Summer Series!

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