Pending required regulatory approvals, the biggest live poker series on earth will return to Las Vegas from Thursday September 30th through Tuesday, November 23rd.
The annual World Series of Poker announced dates for the 2021 WSOP which will take place both online (at WSOP.com, for domestic U.S poker players) and also over the felt at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino later this year.
The opening weekend is expected to shuffle up and deal with a charity poker tournament to benefit front-line health workers, as well as a a $25,000 H.O.R.S.E. event (comprised of Hold’em, Omaha, Razz, Seven Card Stud High, and Stud Eight-or-better) as well as a a $5 million Guaranteed No-Limit Hold’em event dubbed “The Reunion”.
The annual $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em World Championship event, (known as the WSOP “Main Event”) will also run, crowning a 2021 World poker world champion.
Building off the success of last summer’s record-setting WSOP online, the WSOP gain plans to fill the summer with a host of exciting WSOP Gold Bracelet online events. WSOP.com intends to run all domestic WSOP tournaments on its All-American poker network starting 1st of July, and closing with a $1,000 championship.
WSOP online satellite qualification will be available for as little as $1.
Further details, tournament structures and specifics on the complete 2021 WSOP schedule will be released on the WSOP.com website in summer.