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Caesars Releases Full 2024 WSOP Daily Event Schedule

Written By Marc Meltzer on February 19, 2024
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It’s time to tighten up those Las Vegas plans for the summer. Caesars finally released the schedule for the 2024 WSOP.

The 55th WSOP this year follows a year when the Main Event had a record number of participants. The $10,000 entry fee from 10,043 players paid the 2023 Main Event winner, Daniel Weinman, a record-breaking prize of $12.1 million last year.

In December, Caesars released the 2024 WSOP timeframe for the event and location. It will take place from May 28 to July 17, with the Main Event beginning on July 3. Once again, the event will take place on the Vegas Strip at both Horseshoe (formerly Bally’s) and Paris.

The most popular events will be joined by numerous new poker tournaments at the 2024 WSOP. In addition to the action at the nearly 700 poker tables, there will be a new inductee into the WSOP Hall Of Fame this summer.

New WSOP events

Altogether the 2024 WSOP will have 99 events. There will be more live bracelet events than ever before at WSOP.

There are more than 10 new events at WSOP this year. Some of the new tournaments for this year include:

  • Seniors High Roller No-Limit Hold’em
    • This is the first time players 50 and up will have a high roller event with a $5,000 buy-in.
  • Mixed No-Limit Hold’em; Pot-Limit Omaha Double Board Bomb Pot (8 Handed)
    • A first-of-its-kind event that will take place over three days. The buy-in for this event is $1,500.
  • Independence Day Celebration No-Limit Hold’em
    • A new three-day holiday event to celebrate Independence Day begins on July 3.
    • There are two starting flights with an $800 buy-in.

WSOP has changed the starting flights during this year’s event. Tournaments will now have either three starting flights from Friday through Sunday or four starting flights from Thursday through Sunday.

This change means that popular events such as Monster Stack, Millionaire Maker, and Colossus will now have three starting flights.

There will also be daily poker beyond the 99 events at WSOP. Daily Deep Stack tournaments will run every day from May 28 to July 16. The buy-in for these games is between $200 and $400.

The new Daily Landmark Mega Satellites will take place from May 28 to July 15. The buy-in for these games starts at $135 and peaks at $25,000.

In a Caesars Entertainment press release, SVP & Executive Director of the WSOP Ty Stewart said:

“Records are made to be broken, so our motto this year is bigger and better. With our best schedule ever and more than 100 additional poker tables, we look forward to welcoming legends, first-timers, and everyone in between. If you’re a poker player, there is simply no experience on earth like the World Series of Poker.”

Main Event Maynia returns

Main Event Maynia is the WSOP’s guaranteed seat-qualifier series. This gives players another way to qualify for the 2024 WSOP through land-based satellites.

The live poker events will take place at various official partner casino resorts and card rooms throughout the country. Participating locations this year include:

  • Horseshoe St. Louis
  • Grand Victoria Casino (IL)
  • Harrah’s Cherokee
  • Horseshoe Tunica
  • Harrah’s Pompano Beach
  • Thunder Valley Casino Resort (CA)
  • Turning Stone Resort Casino (NY)
  • Horseshoe Las Vegas
  • Foxwoods Resort Casino (CT)
  • Graton Casino and Resort (CA)

WSOP online events Online Bracelet events will return this year. There will be daily satellite qualifying events with Main Event satellites for as little as $1. This schedule hasn’t been released yet.

Last year, more than 450 players won seats in the $10,000 Main Event from Caesars expects that number to be even larger this year.

Additionally, will host a guaranteed seat mega satellite every night during the event for the bracelet events the next day.

Caesars will announce more details on the date and location for the WSOP Circuit season-ending Tournament of Champions by March 15.

Getting around WSOP

Who? What? Where?

Horseshoe and Paris will be a little different for those who haven’t visited the Las Vegas casinos since last year.

Just before WSOP last year, Caesars announced Paris was expanding into Horseshoe. The old Jubilee Tower near the poker room at Horseshoe is now Paris’ new Versailles Tower.

The hotel rooms have been renovated and a bridge connecting to the Paris casino floor should be open in time for WSOP.

This will give a second access point between the two structures. The walkway with shops and restaurants on the east end of Horseshoe remains open.

The main WSOP cage will be located inside Paris. The WSOP Final Table, TV set, and stage will once again be inside Horseshoe.

Watching WSOP 2024

PokerGO will return as the official live stream and production partner of the WSOP. Dozens of bracelet events will be live-streamed throughout the summer on PokerGO, including live coverage of the 2024 WSOP Main Event,

Once again CBS Sports Network will air recorded episodes from WSOP. These will be produced by PokerGO. The broadcast schedules will be released soon.

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Marc grew up on the mean streets of the South Bronx. He's the rare combination of Yankees and Jets fan which explains his often contrarian point of view. Marc is a freelance writer and social media consultant. Writing about steak, booze, gambling and Las Vegas is a tough job but somebody has to do it.

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