WSOP 2021 Online: Your Guide to the WSOP.com Series in NJ and Nevada WSOP 2021 Online: Your Guide to the WSOP.com Series in NJ and Nevada

The wait is nearly over and it is almost time to play for the first World Series of Poker (WSOP) Gold Bracelet of 2021. Starting July 1, the domestic portion of WSOP 2021 Online gets underway on WSOP NJ and WSOP NV.

There are 33 bracelets up for grabs across the month-long festival, with one per day from July 1 through August 1. The one exception is Double Bracelet Day on July 25, when two bracelets will be awarded.

With WSOP bracelets on the line, the upcoming festival is bound to be huge, but players on WSOP.com are no strangers to big events. The recent WSOP Circuit Super Series, which ran from June 10 through June 27, finished very strong with a $250,000 guaranteed Main Event that saw a prize pool of nearly $340,000.

WSOP.com, which runs the only multi-state poker network using software from 888poker US, goes into the WSOP 2021 Online with a solid lead in the New Jersey market. It maintains the highest cash game traffic of the three operators, and sits atop the revenue pile as well, so it is well positioned to put in a huge start to WSOP 2021.

Keep reading for all the key details on the upcoming bracelet action.

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WSOP.com Online 2021 Key Events

The biggest event to watch for on the domestic schedule is the Grand Finale. Running at the close of the series on August 1, it is the only tournament to go against the typical WSOP standard of no guarantees.

The Grand Finale is just $500 to enter, but guarantees a whopping $1 million prize pool, so the operator will need to attract 2000 players to cover (or over 2200 if it wishes to keep its fee).

High rollers will want to keep their eye on Event #15, the $5,300 High Roller Freezeout, while Event #20 is $3,200 event.

WSOP 2021 Online: Series Highlights

15 High Roller Freezeout NLH July 15 $5,300
20 High Roller NLH July 20 $3,200
33 Grand Finale – $1 Million Guaranteed NLH August 1 $500

The month-long festival is divided up into themes, starting with Premier week.

Premier Week

The first week of the series is appropriately called Premiere Week. The series kicks off with eight days of no limit hold’em games including the first chance at a bracelet in The Big 500 Kick-Off.

That is followed up by a $600 Monster Stack, and the week rounds out with the $777 Lucky 7’s, and $888 Crazy Eights.

1 The Big 500 Kick-Off NLH July 1 $500
2 Monster Stack NLH July 2 $600
7 Lucky 7’s NLH July 7 $777
8 Crazy Eights NLH July 8 $888

Micro Madness Weekend

Premier Week leads right into Micro Madness, when smaller bankrolls get a chance to play. With three events over the weekend of July 9-11 priced at $400 or less, there is no more economical time to hunt for a bracelet.

9 6-Max NLH July 9 $400
10 Event #10 NLH July 10 $333
11 Ultra Deepstack NLH July 11 $400

PLO Week

Fans of four-card poker will be salivating for the second week of play in the upcoming series. There are two pot limit Omaha games, as well as a PLO8 tournament.

16 6-Handed PLO8 July 16 $600
19 Crazy Eights PLO July 19 $888
21 6-Handed PLO July 21 $600

Double Bracelet Day

One of the biggest days of the series comes July 25 on Double Bracelet Day. It is the only day during the online series when more than one bracelet will be awarded. The double day features a $7,777 high roller event beside a $500 buy-in “Big 500 Encore”, a repeat of the opening day Big 500 Kick-Off.

25 Lucky 7’s High Roller NLH July 25 $7,777
26 The Big 500 Encore NLH July 25 $500

Championship Week and the Grand Finale

The festival comes to a close with a huge Championship Week. The week kicks off with a PLO Championship for $1,000 and includes four other Championship-named events including the $3,200 High Roller Championship.

The Championship Week and festival as a whole finishes up on August 1 with the $1 million guaranteed Grand Finale.

27 Championship PLO July 26 $1,000
28 High Roller Championship NLH July 27 $3,200
29 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship NLH July 28 $800
30 6-Max Championship NLH July 29 $600
32 Championship NLH July 31 $1,000
33 Grand Finale – $1 Million Guaranteed NLH August 1 $500

WSOP Satellites and Promotions

There is still time to get in on the satellite action for the upcoming bracelet events. There are games running daily in the client to give you a shot at a bracelet for less than retail.

Two games run daily at 18:30 and 19:00. The early game offers a $1,000 ticket for $30 while the later one has a $500 ticket on offer for $5.

In addition to satellites to the bracelet events, the site also offers other promotions such as the $55,555 Money Madness on Saturday, Sunday, and Tuesday as well as a Player of the Year competition.

New players looking to join just for the upcoming WSOP bracelet events can also take advantage of some lucrative welcome offers. There is $50 in free play just for joining, and the operator will match 100% of your first deposit up to $1,000. This is the best welcome offer right now in any US regulated market.

FAQ

How can I follow the action?

There is no information currently about live streams for the event, but PokerNews has been announced as the official reporter for WSOP action again in 2021 and they have plans to live report on all the online action. WSOP fans will be able to catch all the initial 2021 action on the PokerNews Live Reporting page starting July 1.

What are some of the biggest events?

The series kicks off with the first bracelet for $500 on July 1, and ends with a massive $1 million guaranteed Grand Finale on August 1. In between there are high rollers, PLO games, and bargain bracelets to be had. Below is a table with a few notable events.

1 The Big 500 Kick-Off NLH July 1 $500
2 Monster Stack NLH July 2 $600
7 Lucky 7’s NLH July 7 $777
8 Crazy Eights NLH July 8 $888
9 6-Max NLH July 9 $400
10 Event #10 NLH July 10 $333
11 Ultra Deepstack NLH July 11 $400
15 High Roller Freezeout NLH July 15 $5,300
16 6-Handed PLO8 July 16 $600
19 Crazy Eights PLO July 19 $888
21 6-Handed PLO July 21 $600
20 High Roller NLH July 20 $3,200
33 Grand Finale – $1 Million Guaranteed NLH August 1 $500

How many PLO games are there?

There are two straight PLO games during PLO week, as well as a PLO8 game. During the Championship Week there is an added PLO Championship game for $1,000.

16 6-Handed PLO8 July 16 $600
19 Crazy Eights PLO July 19 $888
21 6-Handed PLO July 21 $600
27 Championship PLO July 26 $1,000

What are the least expensive games?

Micro Madness Weekend is the time to find bargain-priced bracelets. The weekend has three events all priced at $400 or less.

9 6-Max NLH July 9 $400
10 Event #10 NLH July 10 $333
11 Ultra Deepstack NLH July 11 $400

What are the most expensive games?

The biggest game of the whole series happens on Double Bracelet day on July 25. The Lucky 7’s High Roller is a $7,777 buy-in, but there’s also a $5,300 event and two $3,200 events.

15 High Roller Freezeout NLH July 15 $5,300
20 High Roller NLH July 20 $3,200
25 Lucky 7’s High Roller NLH July 25 $7,777
28 High Roller Championship NLH July 27 $3,200

Full WSOP Online 2021 Domestic Schedule

Below is the full schedule for the domestic portion of the WSOP 2021 Online.

Theme Event Tournament Type Date Buy-In
Premiere Week 1 The Big 500 Kick-Off NLH July 1 $500
2 Monster Stack NLH July 2 $600
3 DeepStack Turbo NLH July 3 $500
4 Super Turbo NLH July 4 $500
5 8-Max NLH July 5 $1,000
6 Deepstack NLH July 6 $2,000
7 Lucky 7’s NLH July 7 $777
8 Crazy Eights NLH July 8 $888
Micro Madness 9 6-Max NLH July 9 $400
10 Event #10 NLH July 10 $333
11 Ultra Deepstack NLH July 11 $400
PLO Week 12 Turbo Deepstack NLH July 12 $500
13 Freezeout NLH July 13 $1,000
14 Event #14 NLH July 14 $500
15 High Roller Freezeout NLH July 15 $5,300
16 6-Handed PLO8 July 16 $600
17 8-Max NLH July 17 $400
18 North American Open NLH July 18 $1,000
19 Crazy Eights PLO July 19 $888
20 High Roller NLH July 20 $3,200
21 6-Handed PLO July 21 $600
22 Knockout NLH July 22 $600
23 Turbo NLH July 23 $500
24 MonsterStack NLH July 24 $400
Double Bracelet Day 25 Lucky 7’s High Roller NLH July 25 $7,777
26 The Big 500 Encore NLH July 25 $500
Championship Week 27 Championship PLO July 26 $1,000
28 High Roller Championship NLH July 27 $3,200
29 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship NLH July 28 $800
30 6-Max Championship NLH July 29 $600
31 Summer Saver NLH July 30 $500
32 Championship NLH July 31 $1,000
$1 Million Guaranteed 33 Grand Finale NLH August 1 $500