The World Series of Poker recently announced the daily event schedule for its 2023 tournament. The 54th yearly WSOP event is returning to Las Vegas at Paris Las Vegas and Horseshoe Las Vegas.
Set to run from May 30 to July 18. The event is expected to be the best and biggest WSOP till now. WSOP has promised more variety and tables to Poker enthusiasts this year, making for the largest slate of bracelet events.
With the 2022 tournament garnering 197,626 entries from 100+ countries, the stage is already set for WSOP. The center of attraction for the event will certainly be the 10,000 dollars No-Limit Hold’em World Championship.
Also known as The Main Event, the competition will run from July 3 to 17. Ty Stewart, the Executive Director and Senior Vice President of WSOP, also talked about the development. Everyone at WSOP expects a massive opening for the event.
The organizers are setting a massive stage with vast promotions to break the record set way back in 2006.
Besides The Main Event, the 2023 tournament also has several other noteworthy events. It starts with the 600 Main Event Seats, 500 of which come from GGPoker’s Main Event. The remaining 100 for the event come from ClubGG’s subscription site.
The Global Qualification for the event will run on May 20 and 21 across five continents. The Guaranteed Seat tournament will partake in a 140-dollar buy-in event. After which, WSOP’s 112-seat sprint will run from June 25 to July 8.
WSOP has also set three special bracelet events on July 9 and June 4, and 25. If they manage to break the record, every entrant will be set in a drawing that rewards a non-transferrable Main Event. Seeing how WSOP is promoting the event, the championship is expected to finally break the 2006 record.
However, it is essential to note that the scheduled time for matches is subject to change. There will be proper scrutiny for all the players, and they have to provide their valid ID proofs.