Compete for WSOP Online Bracelet for Just $333; Tournament Begins Thursday

The 2023 World Series of Poker schedule offers 20 events for online poker players in Nevada and New Jersey at The buy-ins range from $333 to $5,300. Meanwhile, online poker players in Pennsylvania and Michigan also have seven chances to win a bracelet with seven events on this year’s online schedule.

Online events at the 2023 WSOP are hosted by, and will run between June 1 and July 16 in Nevada and New Jersey. Nine bracelet events have buy-ins under $500, and seven events have buy-ins over $1,000.

The will host three “Double Up Bracelet Days” with dual online bracelet events running on three different Sundays in Nevada and New Jersey.

In Michigan and Pennsylvania, the online version of the WSOP runs between June 4 and July 16 in Michigan and Pennsylvania. All seven events have an entry fee between $300 and $600.

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Nevada and NJ: 20 Online Bracelet Events

The virtual version of the 2023 WSOP begins on Thursday, June 1 at the Online Event No. 1 $333 NL Hold’em Triple Treys Summer Tip Off kicks things off. The opening tournament has the lowest buy-in at $333, and players can re-enter up to three times.

The first Double Up Bracelet Day takes place on Sunday with Online Event No. 2; $500 NL Hold’em Bankroll Builder (up to three re-entries), and Online Event No. 3 $1,000 NL Hold’em Deepstack (double re-entry).

Online Event No. 4 $600 NL Hold’em Ultra Deepstack is slated for Tuesday, June 6, and that allows double re-entry.

Online Event No. 5 $400 NL Hold’em 8-Max begins on Sunday, June 11, and that’s another double-entry event.

Sunday, June 18 is the second Double Up Bracelet Day that features two events on the docket with a $500 buy-in. Online Event No. 6 $500 NL Hold’em Turbo is the first turbo affair, and it allows two re-entries. The first PLO online bracelet is up for grabs with Online Event No. 7 $500 PLO 8-Max, and that allows three re-entries.

The sharks will be circling on Tuesday, June 20 for Online Event No. 8 $3,200 NL Hold’em High Roller. Players with deep pockets can re-entry into this High Roller two times if they wish.

Online Event No. 9 $1,000 PLO Championship begins on Thursday, June 22, which allows two re-entries.

Online Event No. 10 $400 NL Hold’em Ultra Deepstack begins on Sunday, June 25, and that deepstacked tournament allows up to two re-entries.

Variety of Hold’em Games

Online Event No. 11 $888 NL Hold’em Crazy 8’s is slated for Tuesday, June 27, and players are eligible for up to wo re-entries.

No. 12 online event is the $500 NL Hold’em Deepstack. It begins Sunday, July 2, and the fourth deepstack tournament of the summer allows up to two re-entries.

Online Event No. 13 is the $5,3000 NL Hold’em High Roller Championship. It begins on Monday, July 3, and offers just a single re-entry. The High Roller Championship pauses the action when the final table of nine is reached. The final table will play out live and in person in Las Vegas during WSOP Online’s Championship Week.

Online Event No. 14 $400 NL Turbo begins on Thursday, July 6. The second and final turbo allows up to three re-entries.

Online Event No. 15 $1,000 NL Hold’em Championship begins on Saturday, July 8. The Championship allows players to re-enter twice.

Online Event No. 16 $600 Online Deepstack Championship is slated for Sunday, July 9, and it’s eligible for two re-entries.

No. 17 Online Event is $1,000 NL Hold’em 6-Max begins on Tuesday, July 11, and it allows a single re-entry.

Online Event No. 18 $2,000 Freezeout Championship begins on Saturday, July 15. This is an old-school NL hold’em tournament with zero re-entries.

The third and final Double Up Bracelet Day is slated for Sunday, July 16. That features Online Event No. 19 $500 NL Hold’em Summer Saver. Also planned is Online Event No. 20 $777 NL Hold’em Lucky 7’s. The final two online events allow up to three re-entries.

For complete information and an updated schedule of online bracelet events at the 2023 WSOP, visit

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