WSOP 2017 Schedule, Dates, Details – World Series of Poker 2017

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Published on 7 February 2017 by Pokerlistings 598

Everything you need to know about the World Series of Poker's 2017 schedule.

Learn the what, when and where about new events, the biggest buy-in poker tournaments and the best value on the 2017 WSOP schedule.

2017 kicks off with a new $10,000 Tag Team event May 31 that will see players team up in groups of 2-4, and wraps up with the historic Main Event that starts at the beginning of July.

Over the course of roughly seven weeks this summer at the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, a total of 74 bracelet events will play out, including a $333 tournament that will be played entirely online at WSOP.com.

Also on the slate is the $111,111 buy-in One Drop High Roller, the biggest buy-in event of the summer, and the prestigious $50,000 buy-in Poker Players Championship.

Recreational players have plenty to look forward to with the $565 buy-in Colossus that attracted over 21,000 entries last year, and the $1,500 Millionaire Maker that guarantees a seven-figure first-place prize.

For the entire schedule go to PokerListings.com and enter “ WSOP 2017 Schedule” in the search bar.

The biggest poker tournament series in the world has released its schedule for 2017.

This year's World Series of Poker is built around six weekends, kicking off with a new $10,000 Tag Team tournament May 31 and wrapping up with the $10,000 Main Event starting July 8.

Other highlights include the $565 buy-in Colossus June 2, which drew over 21,000 entries last year, the $1,500 buy-in Millionaire Maker June 10 which guarantees a seven-figure first-place prize, and the lowest buy-in bracelet event in WSOP history, a $333 buy-in tournament that will play out entirely online at WSOP.com.

74 events in all will play out at the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas over roughly seven weeks this summer.

The two biggest buy-in events will once again be the $50,000 Poker Players Championship which features a mix of nine different poker variants, and the One Drop High Roller which has a buy-in of $111,111.

3.5% of every buy-in in that event goes straight to Guy Laliberte's One Drop charity to help provide clean water to people in need all over the world.

Also on the schedule is a $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller starting July 5th.

Additionally there will be $10,000 buy-in championships in 13 of the most popular poker variants including lowball and limit games.

Online registration will be available for all events and to make things more convenient, players will be able to use credit cards for events with buy-ins up to $10,000.

For the full schedule of events go to PokerListings.com and enter WSOP 2017 Schedule in the search bar.

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