Alongside the live bracelets being handed out daily in Vegas in the 2021 WSOP, there are also weekly online bracelets still being awarded every Sunday on WSOP USA on its New Jersey and Nevada online poker rooms.
The eleven online bracelets were added late as the live series approached.
They are similar to the events held in 2019: Every Sunday, WSOP.com is giving players a chance to win at least one online bracelet, with two different weekends in the series featuring two bracelets.
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One of those double-bracelet days, plus two more single-bracelet Sundays, are now complete, and more than $2.165 million has been collected in prize money so far.
Just over 3,100 entries combined for those prizes, made up of 2,216 unique entries with 886 total rebuys across the first four events. So far, all four events have averaged more than half a million dollars in total prizes, but no games have yet managed to put more than $1 million into the prize pool yet.
WSOP.com Online Bracelet Series 2021: Summary After Three Weeks
|Total Events:||11 (10 in NJ/NV, 1 in PA)|
|Average 1st Place:||$119,464|
Four Bracelets in Three Weeks
The online series kicked off on Oct 3 with the first of two double-bracelet days. After the first Sunday, the total prizes were more than $1.25 million, but in the two weeks since then, less than $1 million has been added to this total.
Event #3, NL Hold’em Ultra Deepstack on Oct 10 posted the biggest field so far, with 1,357 total entries in that one, including more than 1,000 unique players. With a buy-in of only $400 though, the big field still only managed to put $488,000 into the prize pool.
Still, that marked Event #3 as the 2nd biggest prize pool so far, after the first high-roller event collected $780,000. That prize pool came from just 156 well-heeled players though.
The smaller buy-in games have seen better turnout, and of the other three games, none have been as low as $400,000 or made it as high as the $500,000 mark.
WSOP.com Online Bracelet Series 2021 – Results So Far
|Market||Date||Event||Name||Buy-in||Entries||Prize Pool||Top Prize|
|NJ+NV||Oct, 03||#1||NL Hold’em Freezeout||$5,300||156||$780,000||$210,600|
|NJ+NV||Oct, 03||#2||NL Hold’em BIG 500||$500||1,067||$480,150||$89,356|
|NJ+NV||Oct, 10||#3||NL Hold’em Ultra Deepstack||$400||1,357||$488,520||$82,560|
|NJ+NV||Oct, 17||#4||PLO Crazy 8’s 8-Max||$888||522||$417,600||$95,338|
Six Games Left in NJ/NV, One in PA
There are still lots of bracelets to hand out online for players at the WSOP Nevada and WSOP New Jersey, as well as one more to be awarded on WSOP PA. There are six more bracelets for the NV/NJ crowd, with the second double-bracelet day scheduled for Nov 14.
That day will be Lucky 7’s day, with two games heavily featuring the sevens ($777 and $7777 buy-ins). Until then, there are still three single-bracelet Sundays to complete. Oct 24 is a Championship event with a $1,000 buy-in, while Nov 7 is a high-roller day with a buy-in of $3,200.
The full remaining schedule for the 2021 WSOP Online Bracelet Series is below. There are still plenty of chances to grab a bracelet without leaving the hotel room or the couch.
WSOP.com Online Bracelet Series 2021 – Remaining Schedule
|NJ+NV||Oct 31||#6||2x Re-entry||$666|
|NJ+NV||Nov 7||#7||NL Hold’em High Roller 8-Max||$3200|
|NJ+NV||Nov 14||#8||Lucky 7’s No Limit Hold’em High Roller||$7777|
|NJ+NV||Nov 14||#9||Lucky 7’s No Limit Hold’em||$777|
|NJ+NV||Nov 21||#10||Mini Main Event||$1000|
|PA||Nov 21||-||Mini Main Event||$1000|