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The WSOP 2019 in Las Vegas will once again be a highlight this year

In late December last year, Caesars Interactive Entertainment announced the dates for some of the key events of the 50th World Series of Poker (WSOP). Dates for many other popular events have now been released for the WSOP 2019, including 20 events with buy-ins of $ 10,000 or more.

Like every year, thousands of players from all over the world will make their journey to Las Vergas with the goal of making big money and winning one of the golden bracelets. It’s about fame and glory and about proving oneself in the scene.

Almost all online poker sites  running numerous satellite tournaments, where you can win a ticket to one of the WSOP events for less money. So go to the tables and make your dream come true.

Date Time Event Buy-in Chips Level Rebuy
May 29 11am Casino Employees $500 25,000 40 minutes Single
12am Super Turbo Bounty $10,000 60,000 20 minutes None
May 30 11am Big 50 No-Limit Hold’em 1a $500 50,000 50 minutes 1/flight
3 pm Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
May 31 11am Big 50 No-Limit Hold’em 1b $500 50,000 50 minutes 1/flight
3pm 50th Annual High Roller NLH $50,000 300,000 60 minutes Single
June 1 10am Big 50 No-Limit Hold’em 1c $500 50,000 50 minutes 1/flight
3 pm Limit Mixed Triple Draw $2,500 15,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 2 10am Big 50 No-Limit Hold’em 1d $500 50,000 50 minutes 1/flight
6pm Short Deck No-Limit Hold’em $10,000 60,000 60 minutes Single
June 3 11am No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack $600 30,000 30/40 minutes Single
3pm Dealer’s Choice $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
6 pm No-Limit Hold’em $5,000 30,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 4 10am Super Turbo Bounty $1,000 20,000 20 minutes None
3pm No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 5 11am H.O.R.S.E. $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
3pm Heads Up No-Limit Hold’em $10,000 60,000 20 minutes None
4pm Six-Max No-Limit Hold’em $1,500 25,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 6 11am No-Limit Hold’em Shootout $1,500 25,000 60 minutes None
3pm Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
June 7 10am Millionaire Maker No-Limit Hold’em 1a $1,500 25,000 60 minutes 1/flight
3pm Seven-Card Stud $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 8 10am Millionaire Maker No-Limit Hold’em 1b $1,500 25,000 60 minutes 1/flight
3pm No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw $10,000 60,000 60 minutes Single
June 9 11am Double Stack $1,000 40,000 30/40 minutes Single
12 pm Eight-Game Mix $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 10 11am Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack $600 30,000 30/40 minutes Unlimited
12pm Marathon $2,620 26,200 100 minutes None
3pm Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 11 11am No-Limit Hold’em $1,000 20,000 60 minutes Unknown
3pm H.O.R.S.E. $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
June 12 11am Pot-Limit Omaha $1,000 20,000 60 minutes Unknown
3pm Six-Max No-Limit Hold’em $3,000 20,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 13 10am Seniors No-Limit Hold’em (50+) $1,000 20,000 60 minutes Single
3pm Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 14 10am Double Stack No-Limit Hold’em 1a $1,000 40,000 60 minutes 1/flight
3pm Dealers Choice 6-Handed $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
June 15 10am Double Stack No-Limit Hold’em 1b $1,000 40,000 60 minutes 1/flight
3pm No-Limit Hold’em Shootout $3,000 20,000 60 minutes None
June 16 11am No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack $800 40,000 40/60 minutes Single
June 17 10am Super Seniors 60+ $1,000 20,000 60 minutes Single
12pm Pot-Limit Omaha $1,500 25,000 60 minutes Unknown
3pm Seven-Card Stud $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
June 18 11am Eight-Handed NL/PLO Mixed Deepstack $600 30,000 30/40 minutes Single
3pm Big-Bet Mix $2,500 15,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 19 11am No-Limit Hold’em Bounty $1,500 60 minutes Unknown
3pm High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha $25,000 150,000 60 minutes Single
June 20 11am Ladies $10,000/$1,000 20,000 60 minutes Single
12pm No-Limit Hold’em $2,500 15,000 60 minutes Unknown
3pm Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
June 21 10am Monster Stack No-Limit Hold’em 1a $1,500 50,000 60 minutes None
3pm Omaha/Stud Hi-Lo Mix $2,500 15,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 22 10am Monster Stack No-Limit Hold’em 1b $1,500 50,000 60 minutes None
3pm Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
June 23 12 pm Eight-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack $800 40,000 30/40 minutes Single
3pm Razz $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 24 11am Super Turbo Bounty $1,500 25,000 20 minutes None
2pm Tag Team No-Limit Hold’em (2-4 person teams) $1,000/Team 20,000 60 minutes None
3pm Poker Players Championship $50,000 300,000 60 minutes None
June 25 11am Deepstack Championship No-Limit Hold’em $600 30,000 40/60 minutes Single
3pm Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo $1,500 25,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 26 10am Colossus – Flight A $400 40,000 40 minutes 1/flight
3pm Razz Championship $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
June 27 10am Colossus – Flight B $400 40,000 40 minutes 1/flight
3pm Omaha Mix $1,500 10,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 28 10am Crazy Eight’s No-Limit Hold’em 1a $888 40,000 30 min Day 1; 60 min Day 2 Unlimited
3pm Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
5pm Crazy Eight’s No-Limit Hold’em 1b $888 40,000 30 min Day 1; 60 min Day 2 Unlimited
June 29 10am Crazy Eight’s No-Limit Hold’em 1c $888 40,000 30 min Day 1; 60 min Day 2 Unlimited
3pm No-Limit Hold’em $1,500 25,000 60 minutes Unknown
June 30 10am Crazy Eight’s No-Limit Hold’em 1d $888 40,000 30 min Day 1; 60 min Day 2 Unlimited
3pm Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
July 1 11am Mini Main Event $1,000 60,000 30 minutes None
3pm Six-Max No-Limit Hold’em $5,000 30,000 60 minutes Unknown
July 2 11am Salute to Warriors No-Limit Hold’em $500 25,000 40 minutes Single
3pm Limit Hold’em Championship $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
July 3 12pm Main Event World Championship 1a $10,000 60,000 120 minutes None
July 4 12pm Main Event World Championship 1b $10,000 60,000 120 minutes None
July 5 12pm Main Event World Championship 1c $10,000 60,000 120 minutes None
July 6 12pm Little One for One Drop – Flight A $1,000+$111 40,000 60 minutes Unlimited
July 7 12pm Little One for One Drop – Flight B $1,000+$111 40,000 60 minutes Unlimited
July 8 11am Little One for One Drop – Flight C $1,000+$111 40,000 60 minutes Unlimited
3pm Six-Handed Limit Hold’em $3,000 20,000 60 minutes Unknown
July 9 11am Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty $1,500 25,000 60 minutes Unknown
3pm No-Limit Hold’em $3,000 20,000 60 minutes Unknown
July 10 11am No-Limit Hold’em/Pot-Limit Omaha $1,500 25,000 60 minutes Unknown
3pm Bracelet Winners No-Limit Hold’em $1,500 50,000 60 minutes Unknown
July 11 11am Double Stack $1,500 50,000 30/40 minutes Unlimited
3pm High Roller No-Limit Hold’em $100,000 600,000 60 minutes Single
July 12 11am The Closer – Flight A $1,500 25,000 30 minutes Unlimited
3pm Six-Max Pot-Limit Omaha $3,000 20,000 60 minutes Unknown
July 13 11am The Closer – Flight B $1,500 25,000 30 minutes Unlimited
3pm Six-Max No-Limit Hold’em $10,000 60,000 60 minutes None
July 14 11am The Closer – Flight C $1,500 25,000 30 minutes Unlimited
3pm H.O.R.S.E. $3,000 20,000 60 minutes Unknown
July 15 12pm No-Limit Hold’em $5,000 30,000 60 minutes Unknown

Twenty $10,000-Plus Championship Events

In addition to a series of affordable casual events, the 2019 schedule once again offers the most popular poker variants with buy-ins of $ 10,000 or more to attract the best players and high rollers from around the world.

Short Deck/Six Plus Holdem at the WSOP 2019

These include the very first WSOP short deck No Limit Hold’em, the popular 36-card variant that removes the twos and fives from the card deck. The $ 10,000 buy-in short deck event lasts four days and starts on Sunday, June 2, at 6:00 pm.

A 50th anniversary $ 50,000

Another program highlight celebrating the 50th anniversary of the WSOP is a $ 50,000 no-limit hold’em tournament where players start with 300,000 chips and play for up to an hour. This high roller is scheduled as a four-day event, starting at 3pm on Friday, May 31, with registration open until the start of Day 2.

2019 WSOP Main Event

One of the most anticipated events of the year, the $10,000 WSOP Main Event, takes place every day from July 3rd to 16th with a noon start time. Day A starts on Wednesday, July 3rd, Day B and C run on July 4th and July 5th respectively. Survivors of the first two days will participate in Day 2 AB on Saturday, July 6th, while the survivors of Day C will play Day 2C on Sunday, July 7th. All fields for Day 3 on Monday, July 8, are expected to reach the end of the day.

The main event is still a freeze-out format with no rebuys, but there are a few minor changes to the 2019 release. The players get instead of the usual 50,000, this time 60,000 chips and play with the big blind ante structure. Also new this year is that players can buy in until the start of the second day on 6 or 7 July at 12 o’clock at the main event.

A $1,000 Mini Main Event

New is the $ 1,000 Buy In Mini Main Event. The Mini Main Event takes place just two days before the start of the real Main Event worth 10,000$. On Monday the 01th July and Tuesday the 2th July all participants will start with 60,000 in tournament chips and have the same blind structure, but now with 30 instead of 120-minute levels.

Coloss now with a 400$ Buy In

The popular Colossus event is back. The starting days are on Wednesday, June 26, and on Thursday June 27. The Colossus is the lowest-priced gold bracelet event on the 2019 schedule, with a buy-in of 400$ what is 165$ less as last year.

1 Day Super Turbos

The Super Turbo Bounty events are scheduled one-day events. This is the only live event where it is possible to win a  WSOP bracelet at one day. In the 1.000$ version, each player has a 300§ bounty, while in the $ 1,500 version, each player has a 500$ bounty.

New structures, big blind antes and a special event

To improve the “overall experience for the participants”, the WSOP announced on January 23 that many events would have larger start stacks and all events with Antes would play with a big blind.

As part of the change, for example the $ 1,500 No Limit Hold’em and Omaha events will have 25,000 starting stacks, a significant change from the 7,500 last year. This number itself was the product of a steady rise that once reflected the exact buy-in, $ 1,500 meant 1,500 chips. Now the stacks have been flattened considerably on various occasions, so the 1,500$ events and 5.000 dollar events are only 5,000 apart, with the latter requiring 30,000 stacks. Last year the 5.000 dollar events started with 25,000 stacks.

“It’s important that the modern World Series of Poker continues to evolve,” said WSOP Vice President Jack Effel. “People certainly like bigger start stacks, and we’re happy to do that while adding value.”

Schedule confirmed with low buy-in events

Low stakes players can look forward to an event with a 600$ and 800$ buy-in, similar to many other tournaments in the city of Las Vegas elsewhere.

On June 25, there is a  600$ Deepstack Championship No-Limit Hold’em Event, with  500,000$ guaranteed and a WSOP Main Event seat for the winner.

“We hope that everyone who loves poker will experience our big 50s,” Effel said in a press release. “We are confident that you will find one or two events that you like, and hopefully one that will allow you to lift the golden bracelet over your head at the end.”

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