2013 WSOP – 62 Bracelets Events, Schedule Announced

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wsop tables You read the title right! The World Series Of Poker is making head way in every corner of poker. We’ve had the million dollar buy-in, we’ve had multi-million dollar pay-offs and we’ve seen a whole host of styles run through the most famous 4 letters in poker, but there’s more.

W-S-O-P 2013 – Las Vegas – The Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino – 62 tournaments and multiple styles. The rumors seemed farfetched at first, but believe what you read because this is something we would never believe could kick off.

Poker has been dubbed one of the highest paying sports to have hit the planet with prize pools and final table payouts beating world famous sporting events such as the World Series of Baseball and more money than a Wimbledon tennis player or a pro gold circuit player can earn in single win. Forget putting the effort into swinging your club or bat, don’t worry about staying fit because all you need is a good stern face and a aptitude for numbers and you can earn your dollar sitting down.

Form the 29 May 2013 to 15 July 2013 62 tournament will roll through one event and where better than Las Vegas to kick start what should be the most amount of cash paid out in a single event ever.

The main event is always takes spotlight, and of course we wouldn’t have it any other way. 5 to 6 days of pure action with some of the top names in poker getting involved with the final table luring in the chance to become and overnight millionaire. Well! Get ready for 2013’s main event because 5 days is not enough, 6 days is not enough. This event is expecting a crowd bigger than any other WSOP main event looking to smash the 2006 highest ever pay out won by Jamie Gold.

We won’t leave you any more suspense as we can confirm that the plan is for a 10 day main event play through. This has never happened before and with so many events in one tournament it is fair to say that this ambitious move to run the main event over an extended period is going to water mouths of every pro tournament player out there.

This WSOP is all about millionaires. Event 6 is proof of the WSOP 2013’s intention to make sure more million dollar winners walk out the Rio than ever before in the history of poker. For a $1,500 buy-in the 1st place winner is guaranteed to walk away with $1 million in cash.

There is no doubt we will see all the pros walk into this event and there is no doubt we will be hearing about new internet poker sensations rise to fame in live poker. Poker’s $1 million buy-in One for One Drop to pokers 62 bracelet event, the rest of the sports world must be turning their heads in envy.

See the complete schedule for the 2013 WSOP below:

 

2013 World Series of Poker Schedule

 

Event

Date, Time

Tournament

Buy-in

Winner

1 May 29, noon Casino Employees Event no-limit hold ‘em (two-day event) $500 TBD
2 May 29, 5 p.m. Eight-handed no-limit hold ‘em (four-day event) $5,000 TBD
3 May 30, Flight A: 11 a.m., B: 5 p.m. No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,000 TBD
4 May 31, noon Six-handed no-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
5 May 31, 5 p.m. Omaha/seven-card stud high-low eight-or-better (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
6 June 1, Flight A: 11 a.m., B: 5 p.m. Millionaire Maker (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
7 June 2, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,000 TBD
8 June 2, 5 p.m. Eight-game mix (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
9 June 3, noon No-limit hold ‘em shootout (two starting days, five-day event) $3,000 TBD
10 June 3, 5 p.m. Limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
11 June 4, noon Six-handed no-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
12 June 5, noon Pot-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
13 June 5, 5 p.m. Seven-card stud high-low split eight-or-better (three-day event) $5,000 TBD
14 June 6, noon. No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
15 June 7, noon HORSE (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
16 June 7, 5 p.m. Heads-up no-limit hold ‘em world championship (three-day event) $10,000 TBD
17 June 8, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
18 June 8, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,000 TBD
19 June 9, 5 p.m. Pot-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $5,000 TBD
20 June 10, noon Omaha high-low split eight-or-better (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
21 June 11, noon Six-handed no-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $3,000 TBD
22 June 12, noon Pot-limit Omaha (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
23 June 12, 5 p.m. Seven-card stud (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
24 June 13, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
25 June 13, 5 p.m. Omaha high-low split eight-or-better (three-day event) $5,000 TBD
26 June 14, 10 a.m. Seniors No-limit hold ‘em Championship (three-day event) $1,000 TBD
27 June 14, 5 p.m. Mixed-Max (three-day event) $3,000 TBD
28 June 15, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
29 June 15, 5 p.m. HORSE (three-day event) $5,000 TBD
30 June 16, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,000 TBD
31 June 17, noon Pot-limit Omaha high-low split eight-or-better (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
32 June 18, noon Six-handed no-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $5,000 TBD
33 June 18, 5 p.m. Razz (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
34 June 19, noon Turbo no-limit hold ‘em (two-day event) $1,000 TBD
35 June 19, 5 p.m. Pot-limit Omaha (three-day event) $3,000 TBD
36 June 20, noon No-limit hold ‘em shootout (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
37 June 20, 5 p.m. Limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
38 June 21, noon Four-handed no-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
39 June 21, noon Seven-card stud high-low split eight-or-better (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
40 June 22, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
41 June 22, 5 p.m. Six-handed pot-limit Omaha (three-day event) $5,000 TBD
42 June 23, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,000 TBD
43 June 23, 5 p.m. 2-7 Lowball (no-limit, three-day event) $10,000 TBD
44 June 24, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $3,000 TBD
45 June 25, noon Ante-only no-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
46 June 25, 5 p.m. Pot-limit Omaha high-low split eight-or-better (three-day event) $3,000 TBD
47 June 26, noon One Drop High Roller (three-day event) $111,111 TBD
48 June 26, 5 p.m. Six-handed limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
49 June 27, noon No-limit hold ‘em(three-day event) $1,500 TBD
50 June 27, 5 p.m. Six-handed 10-game mix (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
51 June 28, noon Ladies no-limit hold ‘em championship (three-day event) $10,000 (Men), $1,000 (Women) TBD
52 June 28, 5 p.m. Six-handed no-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $25,000 TBD
53 June 29, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
54 June 30, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,000 TBD
55 June 30, 5 p.m. The Poker Players’ Championship (five-day event) $50,000 TBD
56 July 1, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $2,500 TBD
57 July 2, noon No-limit hold ‘em (four-day event) $5,000 TBD
58 July 3, noon Little One For One Drop (four-day event, unlimited re-entry first four levels) $1,111 TBD
59 July 3, 5 p.m. 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball (limit, three-day event) $2,500 TBD
60 July 5, noon No-limit hold ‘em (three-day event) $1,500 TBD
61 July 5, 5 p.m. Pot-limit Omaha World Championship (three-day event) $10,000 TBD
62 July 6-15 No-limit hold ‘em World Championship $10,000 TBD

 

 

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