As WSOP Approaches, Organizers Unveil 11 Additional Online Bracelet Events

September 17, 2021
As WSOP Approaches, Organizers Unveil 11 Additional Online Bracelet Events

The bracelet bonanza never seems to end at WSOP.com and more is now in store for online poker players. The site announced another round of tournaments to coincide with the upcoming live World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.

The series returns to the Rio on Sept. 30 after much of the 2020 festival was held online. On Friday, WSOP officials announced additional online gold bracelet events throughout the series from Oct. 3 to Nov. 21.

The pandemic showed the importance online poker plays in the industry. WSOP.com and GGPoker recently wrapped up the WSOP Online with 66 bracelets awarded between the two sites. The online bracelet action now continues throughout the series in US regulated markets.

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“Online Poker is an important form of tournament poker in 2021,” WSOP/Caesars Entertainment Senior Vice President Ty Stewart said in a news release.

“Our philosophy has always been to provide players the most options of any poker festival in the world. WSOP.com online bracelets have a strong track record of significant prize pools, making them a great option for players who want to multi-table while in a live tournament, or play from the convenience of their home or hotel.”

What to expect from new WSOP.com bracelet events

The live WSOP offers players 88 bracelet events this summer. The addition of online events now adds another 10 for players in Nevada and New Jersey.

Organizers also added one culminating bracelet event for players on WSOP.com in Pennsylvania as well. That makes for a total of 11 bracelets on the line.

WSOP.com will host a bracelet tournament each Sunday throughout the series. A few Sundays include two bracelet events and buy-ins range from $400 to $7,777.

Most tournaments start at 5:30 pm (PST)/8:30 pm (EST). One special “Double Bracelet Day” is set for Oct. 3 and a $1,000 Mini Main Event runs on the New Jersey/Nevada network and in Pennsylvania on Nov. 21.

Other highlights from the series include:

  • $500 “Big 500” – Oct. 3
  • $7,777 “Lucky Sevens” High Roller – Nov. 14
  • $666 Halloween Special – Oct. 31

Here’s a look at the complete series.

2021 WSOP Online Bracelet Series

DateEventTourhnamentBuy-in
Oct. 31NLHE Freezeout$5,300
Oct. 32Big 500 (3x re-entry)$500
Oct. 103Ultra Deepstack (2x re-entry)$400
Oct. 174PLO Crazy 8s (3x re-entry)$888
Oct. 245Online Bracelet Championship (2x re-entry)$1,000
Oct. 316NLHE (2x re-entry)$666
Oct. 31satellite25 Seat Main Event Scramble$215
Nov. 2satellite25 Seat Main Event Scramble Encore$215
Nov. 77High Roller (2x re-entry)$3,200
Nov. 148Lucky 7s High Roller (1x re-entry)$7,777
Nov. 149Lucky 7s NLHE (2x re-entry)$777
Nov. 2110Mini Main Event (freezeout)$1,000
Nov. 21PAMini Main Event (freezeout) – PA market$1,000

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Satellites also expanded online

Beyond the bracelet events, WSOP.com has also expanded online qualifying opportunities. Plans call for two 25-seat scrambles for the $10,000 Main Event on Oct. 31 and Nov. 2. These mega satellites feature a $215 buy-in.

WSOP.com has already awarded more than 100 WSOP tournament seats this year.  The site will also offer satellites for the next day’s live tournament event each day. 

Players will also find a Main Event seat via satellite every day in October. There is plenty of action for online players this fall, adding to an already busy WSOP.

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