2024 World Series of Poker Schedule Announced

The 2024 World Series of Poker schedule has been unveiled, marking the 55th annual WSOP event. It will take place from May 28 to July 17, hosting 99 gold bracelet tournaments at the Horseshoe Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas.

The festivities commence with a fresh addition to the lineup: the $5,000 buy-in Champions Reunion No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout. Former main event champions will receive complimentary entry, and players who eliminate a former champion will earn a seat in the 2024 WSOP main event.

The main event is scheduled from July 3-17, offering four starting flights with late registration available until Level 7, approximately 4:40 p.m. during the July 7 and 8 Day 2 flights.

The 2023 WSOP main event made history as the largest ever, boasting 10,043 entries and a prize pool of $93,399,900. Daniel Weinman of Georgia clinched the victory, securing the largest main event payout of $12,100,000 and his second gold bracelet.

Ty Stewart, SVP & Executive Director of the WSOP, expressed pride in being the original main event of Las Vegas, aiming for a bigger and better experience this year. With over 100 additional poker tables and the best schedule yet, the WSOP eagerly anticipates welcoming players of all backgrounds.

This year, the series will feature nearly 700 tables in action, paving the way for potential record-breaking achievements. However, details regarding online bracelet events for 2024 are yet to be disclosed.

For the complete schedule of events, click HERE.

This time around, the 2024 WSOP offers a plethora of new events alongside the Champions Reunion No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout. Notable additions include the $5,000 buy-in seniors high roller (event no. 65) starting on June 26, the inaugural $1,5000 buy-in no-limit hold’em and pot-limit Omaha double board bomb pot tournament beginning June 15, and the PokerNews $600 deep stack championship on June 25. Players participating in daily deepstacks have a chance to qualify for this championship by finishing in the top 10 in a points race spanning from May 28 to June 24, featuring buy-ins ranging from $200 to $400.

Moreover, a special Independence Day Celebration is in store, featuring a new three-day $800 buy-in no-limit hold’em event launching on Wednesday, July 3, with the second starting flight occurring on the Fourth of July.

Additional new events include:

  • $3,000 Mid-Stakes Championship no-limit hold’em (starts July 11)
  • $10,000 Big O Championship five-card pot-limit Omaha eight-or-better (starts June 13)
  • $1,000 Mystery Bounty pot-limit Omaha (starts July 9)
  • $10,000 Eight-game mixed six-max Championship (starts July 10)
  • $1,500 Six-max pot-limit Omaha (starts July 11)

As for where to catch the action of the 2024 WSOP, PokerGO, the premier poker content company and streaming platform, is returning as the official livestream and production partner. Throughout the summer, PokerGO will broadcast numerous WSOP gold bracelet events, including live coverage of the 2024 WSOP Main Event, accessible via PokerGO.com and other platforms. The complete WSOP livestream schedule will be announced soon on pokergo.com/schedule. Additionally, PokerGO will produce new WSOP episodes to be aired on CBS Sports, the exclusive domestic television broadcaster of the WSOP.

For a comprehensive overview of the 2024 WSOP schedule, you can access the full PDF version HERE or refer to the listings.

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