Caesars releases the complete 2024 WSOP Daily Event Schedule

Caesars recently released the official WSOP daily event schedule for 2024. The 55th WSOP is following a record year where the Main Event broke the previous peak of total participants.

The previous event included a 10,000-dollar entry fee, with 10,043 players making an appearance. Daniel Weinman won the competition to secure a record-breaking $12.1 million prize in 2023.

The upcoming WSOP event will be conducted between May 28th and July 17th. The much-anticipated Main Event will also commence on July 3rd. As expected, the event will be held at the Paris and Horseshoe casinos on the Vegas Strip.

The WSOP 2024 is set to conduct 99 events, with more live bracelet events than before. WSOP 2024 has come up with 10 new events, including:

  • Seniors High Roller No-Limit Hold’em: For players aged 50 or above
  • Mixed No-Limit Hold’em: A unique 3-day event with a 1,500-dollar buy-in
  • Independence Day Celebration No-Limit Hold’em: A 3-day holiday event starting on July 3

Starting this year, WSOP will be changing the starting flights for the events. The tourneys will either have three starting flights on the weekend (Friday to Sunday) or four starting flights (Thursday to Sunday).

The change allows popular events like Colossus, Monster Stack, and Millionaire Maker to have three starting flights. Besides the 99 events, WSOP has also stacked daily poker tournaments.

According to the poker news, Daily Deep Stack tournaments will be conducted every day between May 28th and July 16th. The games will have a buy-in ranging between 200 and 400 dollars.

Similarly, the Daily Landmark Mega Satellites will run between May 28th and July 15th. The games will have a buy-in ranging from 135 dollars to 25,000 dollars.

The guaranteed seat-qualifier series, Main Event Maynia, will give players the chance to enter the WSOP 2024 via land-based satellites. These live poker events will operate at partner casinos across the nation. 

Given the buzz the event is already producing, WSOP is eyeing another record-breaking poker year. 

Scott Mitchell has done his bachelor's degree in journalism. He has also worked for many poker industries as a news editor and has excellent knowledge about casino games. He likes to play casino games and share his experience on social media.

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