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WSOP.com Unveils Complete Schedule For WSOP Online 2021 Domestic, 33 Bracelet Events on the Schedule

WSOP Online 2021
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  • Namita Ghosh April 15, 2021
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Precisely two weeks after dropping the tentative dates or a live annual WSOP stop in Las Vegas and confirming WSOP Online’s return, WSOP.com, on April 14, unveiled the complete schedule for the domestic leg (open only to players located in Nevada & New Jersey) of WSOP Online 2021.

The resounding success of the inaugural WSOP Online last year had all but confirmed a rerun this year. And since the health emergency is still far from over, WSOP Online was always on the cards.

The online series kicks off on the All-American Poker Network, WSOP.com, on July 1, 2021, and will award as many as 33 bracelets across its month-long run until August 1 – two more bracelets than the 31 WSOP.com handed out last year. Once again, only players geo-located in Nevada and New Jersey can play, although the press release by WSOP.com carries the caveat that new jurisdictions could be added pending regulatory approval.

The WSOP has branded the schedule into theme-based weeks. So, if Week #1 is the Premier Week (July 1 – 8), coming up next is the Micro Madness (July 8 – 11), PLO Week (July 12 – 21), Double Bracelet Day (July 25), and the closing chapter, i.e., the Championship Week (July 26 – August 1).

The series will wind down with the $1 Million GTD $500 NLHE Grand Finale on the series’ closing day, i.e., August 1.

Talking about the US schedule, WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart said, “Poker deserves a big finish to 2021, and we’re looking to heat things up this summer. We expect to offer great value tournaments as well as comprehensive satellites to qualify for Las Vegas in the Fall.”

The WSOP tweeted the announcement.

 

Schedule Highlights

Here’s a quick look into the 2021 WSOP Online for US Players:

> Premiere Week (July 1 – 8): The series kicks off with the $500 buy-in NLHE The Big 500 Kick-Off, and there are eight events in the opening week, headlined by the $2,000 buy-in Event #6 NLHE Deepstack on July 6.

> Micro Madness (July 9 – 11): Three tourneys with buy-ins ranging from $333 to $400

> PLO Week (July 12 – 21): There are 10 events slotted through the week, three of them being PLO events, including Event #16 $600 PLO 6-Handed, Event #19 $888 PLO Crazy Eights, and Event #21 $600 PLO 6-Handed. The headliner will the $5,300 buy-in Event #15 NLHE High Roller Freezeout on July 15

> Double Bracelet Day (July 25): Featured two bracelet attractions on the same day.

> $7,777 buy-in Event #25 NLHE Lucky 7’s High Roller

> 500 buy-in Event #26 NLHE The Big 500 Encore

> Championship Week (July 26 – August 1): There are Seven Championship events lined up through the week. The biggest event of the week is the $3,200 buy-in Event #28 NLHE High Roller Championship.

Headlining the closing week will be the $1 Million GTD $500 buy-in Event #33 NLHE Grand Finale.

Premiere WeekDate Event Buy-in
July 1Event #1 NLHE The BIG 500 Kick-Off$500
July 2Event #2 NLHE MonsterStack$600
July 3Event #3 Hold 'em Turbo Deepstack$500
July 4Event #4 NLHE Super Turbo$500
July 5Event #5 NLHE 8-Max$1,000
July 6Event #6 NLHE Deepstack$2,000
July 7Event #7 NLHE Lucky 7's$777
July 8Event #8 NLHE Crazy Eights$888
Micro MadnessJuly 9Event #9 NLHE 6-Max$400
July 10Event #10 NLHE$333
July 11Event #11 NLHE Ultra Deepstack$400
PLO WeekJuly 12Event #12 NLHE Turbo Deepstack$500
July 13Event #13 NLHE Freezeout$1,000
July 14Event #14 NLHE$500
July 15Event #15 High Roller Freezeout$5,300
July 16Event #16 PLO8 6-Handed$600
July 17Event #17 NLHE 8-Max$400
July 18Event #18 NLHE North American Open$1,000
July 19Event #19 PLO Crazy Eights - 8 Handed$888
July 20Event #20 NLHE High Roller$3,200
July 21Event #21 PLO 6-Handed$600
July 22Event #22 NLHe Knockout$600
July 23Event #23 NLHE Turbo$500
July 24Event #24 NLHE Hold'em Monsterstack$400
Double Bracelet DayJuly 25Event #25 NLHE Lucky 7's High Roller$7,777
July 25Event #26 NLHE The Big 500 Encore$500
Championship WeekJuly 26Event #27 PLO Championship$1,000
July 27Event #28 NLHE High Roller Championship$3,200
July 28Event #29 NLHE 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship$800
July 29Event #30 NLHE 6-Max Championship$600
July 30Event #31 NLHE Summer Saver$500
July 31Event #32 NLHE Championship$1,000
August 1Event #33 NLHE Grand Finale$500

Debuting on the virtual felts for the first time, the 2020 WSOP Online was held from July 1 to 31, 2020, on WSOP.com. The international leg ran from July 19 to September 6, 2020, on GGPoker.

The US leg of WSOP Online drew over a record 283,983 entries across 31 bracelet events, awarding close to $27 Million in prize money, making it the largest online poker series ever hosted in the regulated US markets. The $1,000 NLH Online Championship shattered all past records by registering over 2,000 entries to become the first online tourney in the US market to collect over $2 Million in prize money.

Now that we know what to expect in WSOP Online’s domestic schedule, all ears are out for the brand’s announcement on the series’ international schedule, which is expected to be confirmed in the next few weeks!

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