The Premiere Week of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online 2021 is now complete. A total of eight domestic bracelets were handed to players on WSOP New Jersey and WSOP Nevada during this open period.
There have been almost 7000 entries recorded in these first eight events, putting the average entries at around 864. More than $4.6 million in prizes has been collected already on $6,765 in total buy-ins ($780 average buy-in).
The festival is organized into themes, with the first eight events comprising the Premiere Week theme. Micro Madness has since been running over the weekend, with the cheapest shot at a bracelet through the whole festival (not counting the generous satellite tree).
Micro Madness represented three days of low-stakes action with Gold Bracelets on the line. There were two $400 events and one for just $333, the three lowest-priced games on the whole schedule.
WSOP Domestic Bracelet Events Results – Premiere Week
|Avg Prize Pool||$576,334|
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The Series So Far in Detail
With more than $4.6 million collected and nearly 7000 entries in total to the end of Premiere Week, the overall picture for the series looks decent so far. As the series went on, however, the total entries and prize pool value dropped through the first six games.
While the opening game posted solid numbers with almost $1,150 in prizes for every dollar of buy-in (prizes/buy-in), entries and prizes/buy-in dropped consistently after that through the sixth event which bottomed out at $384.80 prizes/buy-in.
The seventh and eighth events rebounded however, with a stronger turnout and higher prizes/buy-in. Event #7: Lucky 7’s posted an unlikely 888 total entries for exactly $800.00 prizes/buy-in.
WSOP Domestic Bracelet Events Results – Detailed Results from Premiere Week
|The Big 500 Kick-Off||$500||1277||$574,650||$1,149.30|
Get In for Cheap with Satellites
The upcoming Micro Madness theme days were a chance for players to secure a bracelet on the cheap—another way to get the same result is through the satellite tree. WSOP.com is running daily satellites throughout the month of July with $500 and $1000 bracelet event tickets on offer as prizes.
WSOP Online Bracelet Satellites
|Sunday 4:00 PM EST||$10||$500 Online Bracelet Event ticket||7/4/21 – 7/25/21|
|Tuesday 8:30 PM EST||$30||$1000 Online Bracelet Event ticket||7/3/21 – 7/27/21|
|Saturday 5:30 PM EST||$30||$1000 Online Bracelet Event ticket||7/3/21 – 7/27/21|
|Daily 9:00 PM EST||$10||$500 Online Bracelet Event ticket||7/1/21 – 7/31/21|
|Daily 10:30 PM EST||$5||$500 Online Bracelet Event ticket||7/1/21 – 7/31/21|
An upcoming MEGA Satellite to Event #10 has 10 seats guaranteed for just $10. That game runs July 9 at 18:30, and may well be the best chance at a cheap bracelet in the entire month. There are also ALL-IN Satellites running through the day for players who like to flip their way through satellites.
Phase One of Four
The WSOP 2021 Online is just the first phase of four total parts to the WSOP in 2021. The US domestic side is just the first half of the online component, with the international half running on GGPoker in August.
When that international leg winds down at the end of August, players will have a couple weeks of rest before the action gets underway live once again in Las Vegas. There are 88 bracelets to be won live in Vegas, but even that is not the end of it.
When the action winds down in Vegas it will already be heating up in Europe. The fourth and final phase of WSOP action this year will be 15 more bracelets handed out at King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic.
WSOP 2021 at a Glance
|Series||Location||Start Date||End Date||Bracelet Events Planned|
|WSOP Online Domestic||WSOP.com||July 1||August 1||33|
|WSOP Online International||GGPoker||August 1||TBA||33|
|WSOP 2021||Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino||September 30||November 23||88|
|WSOP 2021 Main Event||Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino||November 4||November 17||1|
|WSOPE 2021||King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic||November 19||December 8||15|
With Premiere Week complete and more than $4.6 million already collected in prizes, the series is off to a great start. Eight bracelets have already been awarded, but there are still 25 more domestic bracelets to give away before the end of July.
The WSOP 2021 is just ramping up, with lots more action through the rest of the year. There has never been a better year to get a bracelet on your wrist.
WSOP Online 2021 Domestic Remaining Schedule
|PLO Week||12||Turbo Deepstack||NLH||July 12||$500|
|14||Event #14||NLH||July 14||$500|
|15||High Roller Freezeoout||NLH||July 15||$5,300|
|18||North American Open||NLH||July 18||$1,000|
|19||Crazy Eights||PLO||July 19||$888|
|20||High Roller||NLH||July 20||$3,200|
|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|
|$1 Million Guaranteed||33||Grand Finale||NLH||August 1||$500|