WSOP Online 2021: PLO Week and Double Bracelet Day Puts Bracelet Series over $14 million WSOP Online 2021: PLO Week and Double Bracelet Day Puts Bracelet Series over $14 million

The WSOP 2021 PLO Week was more than a week—and there was more than just PLO on offer.

With 15 events across two weeks from the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online 2021, it was the longest “feature week” on the schedule. It ended up collecting more than $8 million in prizes, bringing the series total to $14,069,607.

There are a total of 26 events complete now in the domestic portion of WSOP 2021 Online, and more than 21,000 entries have contributed to the $14 million in prizes so far. More than 10,000 of those entries came during PLO Week, as 10244 entries combined for $8,055,597 collected over PLO Week.

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PLO Week ended with Double Bracelet Day, the only day during the domestic series when players could compete for two bracelets on one day.

One of the games featured on Double Bracelet Day was the Lucky 7’s High Roller. At $7,777, it was the biggest buy-in of the series, and it is no surprise it bagged the biggest prize pool as well when 151 entries combined for the only prize pool of the series so far to exceed $1 million.

WSOP Domestic Bracelet Events Results – Summary

Total Premiere Week Micro Madness PLO Week
Total Events 26 8 3 15
Total Prizes $14,069,607 $4,610,670 $1,403,340 $8,055,597
Total Entries 21303 6908 4151 10244
Total Buy-In $32,263 $6,765 $1,133 $24,365
Total Prizes/Buy-in $436.09 $681.55 $1,238.61 $330.62
Avg Prize Pool $541,139 $576,334 $467,780 $537,040
Avg Prizes/Buy-In $739.04 $780.19 $1,245.76 $615.76
Avg Entries 819 864 1384 683
Avg Buy-In $1,241 $846 $378 $1,624

PLO Week and Double Bracelet Day in Detail

Including Double Bracelet Day on July 25, there were 15 events across the two-week period called PLO Week, and more than 10,000 entries were recorded across the feature period. That meant more than $8 million was collected in total through the week, or an average of $537,040 per event.

PLO Week and Double Bracelet Day Summary

Total Events 15
Total Prizes $8,055,597
Total Entries 10244
Total Buy-In $24,365
Total Prizes/Buy-in $331
Avg Prize Pool $537,040
Avg Prizes/Buy-In $616
Avg Entries 683
Avg Buy-In $1,624

The end of PLO Week saw the largest prize pool so far, and the only prize pool to hit seven figures in the series to date. It came in the biggest buy-in of the series, Event 25 Lucky 7’s High Roller. But the highest value events of the week came near the end, with some of the smallest buy-ins of the series: The $400 Event 24 and $500 Event 25 built up total prize pools of $423,360 and $503,100, respectively.

Event 17 also attracted a lot of players. The $400 8-Max event drew 1,125 entries for a total prize pool of $405,000.

Despite being called PLO Week, there were actually only three Omaha games throughout the week. They drew modest fields and ended up with $400-$500 prizes/buy-in, putting them in the middle of the value range for the series so far.

WSOP Domestic Bracelet Events Results – PLO Week Detailed Results

Event Tournament Buy-in Entries Prize Pool Prizes/Buy-in
12 Turbo Deepstack $500 959 $431,550 $863.10
13 Freezeout $1,000 561 $504,900 $504.90
14 Event #14 $500 1036 $466,200 $932.40
15 High Roller Freezeoout $5,300 188 $940,000 $177.36
16 6-Handed $600 498 $268,920 $448.20
17 8-Max $400 1125 $405,000 $1,012.50
18 North American Open $1,000 756 $692,000 $692.00
19 Crazy Eights $888 507 $405,600 $456.76
20 High Roller $3,800 312 $948,480 $249.60
21 6-Handed $600 551 $297,540 $495.90
22 Knockout $600 612 $342,720 $571.20
23 Turbo $500 694 $312,300 $624.60
24 MonsterStack $400 1176 $423,360 $1,058.40
25 Lucky 7’s High Roller $7,777 151 $1,113,927 $143.23
26 The Big 500 Encore $500 1118 $503,100 $1,006.20

Seven Bracelets Still on Offer on 888poker/WSOP US Network

While the series is drawing to a close as it moves into Championship Week, there are still seven bracelets left to hand out. That includes the massive Grand Finale, with a $1 million guarantee for only $500 on August 1.

That is just the beginning of WSOP action this year though, as the end of the domestic bracelet series on 888poker/WSOP US Network leads into the international series on GGPoker starting August 1. Additionally, WSOP recently announced 8 more bracelets on offer in its newest poker room, WSOP PA.

With the PA announcement shortly after entering that market, and plans to expand into Michigan soon as well, it seems likely there will be more events added to the MI market when it opens. While there is no confirmation or details yet, adding an MI series would bring the WSOP 2021 bracelet total to an unprecedented 185.

Of course, the online action will be followed up by nearly three months of live poker action in Las Vegas and the Czech Republic. That includes the return of the Main Event in a familiar form, with the first day of action in the Big Show kicking off on November 4.

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 Online Domestic WSOP.com PA August 8 August 15 8
WSOP Online Domestic WSOP.com MI TBD TBD TBD
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

While there is a lot of WSOP poker to be played through the rest of the year, the action is not over on the 888poker/WSOP US Network quite yet. There are still 7 bracelets to hand out and a huge guarantee up for grabs. Check out the rest of the domestic bracelet schedule below, with events running through August 1.

WSOP Online 2021 Domestic Remaining Schedule

Theme Event Tournament Type Date Buy-In
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

WSOP Domestic Bracelet Events Results – Full Series Detailed Results

Event Tournament Buy-in Entries Prize Pool Prizes/Buy-in
1 The Big 500 Kick-Off $500 1277 $574,650 $1,149.30
2 Monster Stack $600 1038 $560,520 $934.20
3 DeepStack Turbo $500 950 $427,500 $855.00
4 Super Turbo $500 850 $382,500 $765.00
5 8-Max $1,000 707 $648,700 $648.70
6 Deepstack $2,000 416 $769,600 $384.80
7 Lucky 7’s $777 888 $621,600 $800.00
8 Crazy Eights $888 782 $625,600 $704.50
9 6-Max $400 1217 $438,120 $1,095.30
10 Event #10 $333 1517 $455,100 $1,366.67
11 Ultra Deepstack $400 1417 $510,120 $1,275.30
12 Turbo Deepstack $500 959 $431,550 $863.10
13 Freezeout $1,000 561 $504,900 $504.90
14 Event #14 $500 1036 $466,200 $932.40
15 High Roller Freezeoout $5,300 188 $940,000 $177.36
16 6-Handed $600 498 $268,920 $448.20
17 8-Max $400 1125 $405,000 $1,012.50
18 North American Open $1,000 756 $692,000 $692.00
19 Crazy Eights $888 507 $405,600 $456.76
20 High Roller $3,800 312 $948,480 $249.60
21 6-Handed $600 551 $297,540 $495.90
22 Knockout $600 612 $342,720 $571.20
23 Turbo $500 694 $312,300 $624.60
24 MonsterStack $400 1176 $423,360 $1,058.40
25 Lucky 7’s High Roller $7,777 151 $1,113,927 $143.23
26 The Big 500 Encore $500 1118 $503,100 $1,006.20