A total of 29 bracelets were scheduled to run virtually for players in New Jersey, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. Thirteen of those were planned for players on WSOP NJ and WSOP NV sharing the same player pool, while WSOP PA and WSOP MI, both confined to a single state player pool, have eight online bracelets scheduled in each state.
Having kicked off on June 5, the WSOP US online bracelet series is now in its final phase, and players have just two more days to win a coveted WSOP gold bracelet from the comforts of their homes. The remainder of the bracelet events will run this Saturday and Sunday.
Final Chance to Win Bracelets from Home
This weekend will see the final bracelet events play to their completion. NJ & NV players have three more online bracelets available, while PA & MI players have two a piece.
The lowest buy-in available to players in each state is $500 — the No-Limit Hold’em Summer Saver on Sunday, July 17. Before that, on Saturday, players will get to play Lucky 7’s Second Chance for a buy-in of $777. This event allows up to a maximum of three re-entries.
But those in New Jersey & Nevada with deep bankrolls also have another option — the $5300 buy-in High Roller Freezeout, played on Sunday, July 17 at 3:30 PM PT. The event is structured as a freezeout, meaning every player will have a single shot to win the bracelet.
New Jersey & Nevada Last Remaining Online Bracelets
- Saturday, July 16 — 3:30 PM PT: $777 NL Hold’em Lucky 7’s Second Chance [3x Re-entry]
- Sunday, July 17 — 3:30 PM PT: $5,300 NL Hold’em High Roller Freezeout Encore
- Sunday, July 17 — 4:30 PM PT: $500 NL Hold’em Summer Saver [3x Re-entry]
Michigan & Pennsylvania Last Remaining Online Bracelets
- Saturday, July 16 — 6:00 PM ET: $777 NL Hold’em Lucky 7’s Second Chance [3x Re-entry]
- Sunday, July 17 — 6:00 PM ET: $500 NL Hold’em Summer Saver [3x Re-entry]
Online satellites to the upcoming bracelets are available before the start of the event, with buy-ins starting as low as $20.
WSOP Domestic Online Bracelets Crushing It Thus Far
The bracelet series spanning New Jersey & Nevada has been on a tear, accumulating $10.1 million in prize money across ten completed online bracelet events. The average prize pool per tournament is seven figures. The last three bracelet events — all of them have surpassed $1 million prize pools comfortably. In total, four out of ten events have produced prize pools of over a million.
Event #7, a $500 buy-in NLH Deepstack, has thus far pulled the biggest crowd, attracting 2162 entries to amass $972,900, while Event #8 $7777 buy-in NLH Lucky 7’s has produced $1,468,023 — the largest of the series.
The $1000 NLH Online Championship bracelet — the crown jewel of the online bracelet series drew 1476 entries for a total prize pool of $1,328,400.
All in all, the series has so far attracted over 12,000 entrants.
WSOP.com NJ & NV Online Bracelets 2022 Turnout
|#1 NLH High Roller Freezeout||$5,300||218||$1,090,000|
|#2 NLH BIG 500||$500||1776||$799,200|
|#3 NLH Ultra Deepstack||$400||2104||$757,440|
|#4 PLO 6-Max||$1,000||792||$712,800|
|#5 Online Deepstack Championship||$600||1738||$938,520|
|#6 NLH Turbo Deepstack||$500||1746||$785,700|
|#7 NLH Deepstack||$500||2162||$972,900|
|#8 NLH Lucky 7’s||$7,777||199||$1,468,023|
|#9 NLH Online Championship||$1,000||1476||$1,328,400|
|#10 NLH High Roller||$3,200||442||$1,343,680|
Meanwhile, the online bracelet series running separately for Michigan and Pennsylvania players are also doing well — generating over $1.26 million between the two states. Six online bracelets have run in both states, with Michigan generating $681,750 in prize pool while its counterpart Pennsylvania has produced $580,410.
WSOP.com MI Online Bracelets 2022 Turnout
|#1 NLH Big 500||$500||310||$139,500|
|#2 NLH Ultra Deepstack||$400||331||$119,160|
|#3 PLO 6-Max||$500||188||$84,600|
|#4 Online NLH Deepstack Championship||$600||221||$119,340|
|#5 NLH Deepstack||$500||227||$102,150|
|#6 NLH Online Championship||$1,000||130||$117,000|
Despite the field being confined to players within the state, every event in Michigan and Pennsylvania has attracted three-digits. The $1000 NLH Online Championship in the Mitten State saw 130 runners, while the same event in the Keystone State managed to garner 122 entries, totaling prize pools of $117,000 and $109,800, respectively.
WSOP.com PA Online Bracelets 2022 Turnout
|#1 NLH Big 500||$500||270||$121,500|
|#2 NLH Ultra Deepstack||$400||272||$97,920|
|#3 PLO 6-Max||$500||152||$68,400|
|#4 Online NLH Deepstack Championship||$600||196||$105,840|
|#5 NLH Deepstack||$500||171||$76,950|
|#6 NLH Online Championship||$1,000||122||$109,800|
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