Players in Pennsylvania have more online poker action on the horizon. WSOP.com PA is hosting a WSOP Circuit Series in September, allowing players to compete for championship rings.
The series runs Sept. 3-14 with players competing for 12 rings and $600,000 in guaranteed prizes. All online events are available to players in Pennsylvania at WSOP.com.
WSOP.com Pennsylvania highlights
The news of the series dropped on Twitter last week. Poker player Aubrey Williams located 12 circuit events on the software client’s tournament list.
The first ever Pennsylvania WSOP Circuit will include a $525 Main Event on Sept 12 with a $100,000 guarantee. The events will include knockout tournaments, deepstack eventss, and turbos.
All events feature No Limit Hold’em with the exception of one Omaha tournament on Sept. 6. Here’s a look at the full schedule is listed below:
WSOP.com PA Circuit Series
Date Event Tournament Buy-in Guarantee
Sept. 3 1 NLHE Deepstack Turbo $215 $50,000
Sept. 4 2 NLHE Double Stack $320 $50,000
Sept. 5 3 Monster Stack $215 $75,000
Sept. 6 4 Pot Limit Omaha BIG $400 $40,000
Sept. 7 5 NLHE High Roller Six-Max $1,000 $50,000
Sept. 8 6 NLHE PKO $215 $50,000
Sept. 9 7 NLHE $215 $50,000
Sept. 10 8 NLHE PKO $250 $50,000
Sept. 11 9 NLHE Double Stack $320 $50,000
Sept. 12 10 Main Event $525 $100,000
Sept. 13 11 NLHE Frezeout $215 $25,000
Sept. 14 12 NLHE BIG $500 $40,000
WSOP Las Vegas Main Event satellites also begin
According to WSOP.com, PA players can also win a seat to the WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas beginning in September. Satellites run every Sunday at 6 pm (ET). Players can also win smaller qualifiers to get into the Sunday event.
“I like having the opportunity to win a Main Event seat from my home in Philly,” says Peter Cicali, a poker player from Philadelphia. “Winning a $10,000 seat is one of my goals this fall.”
In July, WSOP.com officially debuted its online poker site in Pennsylvania. Since then WSOP.com offered eight bracelet events in August for Pennsylvania players and multiple tournament promotions.
At this time, WSOP.com Pennsylvania doesn’t share a player pool with other states. Players must be physically located within the state boundaries to play.