WSOP 2023 Online Bracelets – Full Schedule and How to Play
The 54th Annual World Series of Poker (WSOP) is now in full swing! Las Vegas is buzzing with action, with poker pros and recreational players from all parts of the world flocking to the gambling capital of the world for their chance at cash and glory.
But visiting Las Vegas is not necessarily the only way to play for a WSOP bracelet this summer, as a number of online WSOP events are on the schedule, with the first one already playing out for the residents and visitors of Nevada and New Jersey.
A total of 20 bracelet events for Nevada/New Jersey and seven bracelet events for players in Pennsylvania/Michigan will play out over the summer, providing plenty of opportunity for all WSOP visitors and those staying back home in several states.
The WSOP will also offer several double online bracelet days, which means those visiting Vegas will have their hands full with both live and online action.
A number of well-known online events, such as the $1,000 NLH Online Championship and the $3,200 High Roller, as well as brand new events like the $5,300 High Roller Championship will mark this year’s pursuit for online gold.
Let’s take a closer look at the schedules and find out when and how you can play in WSOP online events this summer.
Online Bracelets in Nevada and New Jersey
The WSOP first introduced online bracelet events back in 2015, with Nevada being the only state where players could join for the first couple of years.
Not too long after, the New Jersey market was merged with Nevada, and players from both states had an opportunity to play for gold, with more than ten unique events on the schedule in recent years.
This summer, WSOP will offer 20 bracelets to players from the two states, with huge turnout and massive prize pools to be expected.
Today at 3:30pm is the first @WSOPcom Online Bracelet Event for players in Nevada and New Jersey, the $333 Triple Treys Summer Tip Off.
Late registration/up to 3 re-entries until 8pm Vegas time/11pm NJ time
$7 No Rake Flip Satellites available in…
— WSOP – World Series of Poker (@WSOP) June 1, 2023
With more players expected to be in Vegas for the Series than ever before, you can expect the numbers in the online events to be quite spectacular as well, which means taking part in these could prove highly lucrative.
Keep in mind that PLO WSOP online events can only be played on PCs (mobile software doesn’t support PLO), so make sure to bring your laptop with you if you are traveling to Sin City these days.
Here is a quick look at the full schedule of online bracelet events for the Nevada and New Jersey markets this summer:
Nevada/New Jersey Online WSOP Events Breakdown
- Online Event #1: $333 NLH Triple Treys Summer Tip Off – June 1
- Online Event #2: $500 NLH Bankroll Builder – June 4
- Online Event #3: $1,000 NLH Deepstack – June 4
- Online Event #4: $600 NLH Ultra Deepstack – June 6
- Online Event #5: $400 NLH 8-Max – June 11
- Online Event #6: $500 NLH Turbo – June 18
- Online Event #7: $500 PLO 8-Max – June 18
- Online Event #8: $3,200 NLH High Roller – June 20
- Online Event #9: $1,000 PLO Championship – June 22
- Online Event #10: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack – June 25
- Online Event #11: $888 NLH Crazy 8's – June 27
- Online Event #12: $500 NLH Deepstack – July 2
- Online Event #13: $5,300 NLH High Roller Championship – July 3
- Online Event #14: $400 NLH Turbo – July 6
- Online Event #15: $1,000 NLH Championship – July 8
- Online Event #16: $600 Online Deepstack Championship – July 9
- Online Event #17: $1,000 NLH 6-Max Championship – July 11
- Online Event #18: $2,000 Freezeout Championship – July 15
- Online Event #19: $500 NLH Summer Saver – July 16
- Online Event #20: $777 NLH Lucky 7's – July 16
Online WSOP Bracelets in Pennsylvania/Michigan
More recently, the World Series of Poker has been offering unique bracelet events for players in Pennsylvania and Michigan, the other two US markets where the brand is fully licensed for operation.
While players in these markets can’t play together just yet, the operator offers the same schedule for both markets, with plenty of opportunities for those who decided to skip the trip to Las Vegas.
This is the first year that the popular Mystery Bounty format will be included in the online schedule for MI and PA, while a total of seven gold bracelets will be given away in each of the two states.
Here is the full schedule of WSOP events you can play from PA or MI this summer:
- Online Event #1: $500 NLH Bankroll Builder – June 4
- Online Event #2: $400 NLH PKO 8-Max – June 11
- Online Event #3: $500 NLH Turbo – June 18
- Online Event #4: $500 Mystery Bounty – June 25
- Online Event #5: $600 NLH Deepstack – July 2
- Online Event #6: $300 NLH – July 9
- Online Event #7: $500 NLH Summer Saver – July 16
All said and done, the World Series of Poker will hand out a total of 34 gold bracelets to the champions of online events, along with the 95 live WSOP bracelets scheduled for 2023.
If you want to take part in these tournaments and fight for your place in WSOP history, join WSOP.com today, fund your account, and get ready for some exciting tournament action over the next two months.
How to Play in the WSOP Online Events
In order to play in WSOP online evens from any of the four states, you will need to register an account at WSOP.com first, which takes no more than a few minutes.
Make sure to provide the operator with all the correct information during your signup process, and remember that you will have to be physically present within the state in order to be able to play the correlated WSOP events.
Once you are registered with WSOP.com, you will need to fund your account, which you can do using a number of online payment methods including:
- Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover)
Alternatively, players can make direct deposits at a number of Las Vegas casinos, which is ideal for those visiting the live version of the WSOP.
This year, you will be able to deposit money at the main cage of Caesars Palace, Harrah’s, Paris, and Planet Hollywood.
Provided you have all the necessary documentation to prove account ownership, you will be able to deposit up to $100,000 into your WSOP.com account, which should be plenty to play all WSOP online events this year, including the high rollers!