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WSOP Schedule for 2022: Tournaments and Tips for Your Trip

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WSOP 2022 Schedule Announced With 88 Bracelet Events

The World Series of Poker has announced the official schedule for 2022. As you might know, after being hosted at Rio Hotel and Suit for 17 years straight, the WSOP will move to a new location for the 53rd iteration of the series.

Two venues will host players in Las Vegas this year. These will be Paris Casino and the Bally’s, which is currently in the process of rebranding and will take up the name Horseshoe to honor the legendary Las Vegas casino where it all started.

World Series at the Heart of the Strip

For the first time, the legendary poker series will be moving into the very heart of Sin City as both venues are located on the fabled Las Vegas strip.

This should help create even more buzz around the series, although it’s hardly in need of any, being the biggest poker event in the world.

This year, the WSOP is back to its traditional time slot, so the series will kick off on May 31 with the Casino Employees event and roll on from there, wrapping up on July 22.

There are 88 bracelet events on this year’s schedule, so players can look forward to some great action on the felt.

What’s more, the 2022 WSOP has the potential to be the biggest one yet, as new venues combined host over 600 tables.

One piece of information that some players will certainly be happy about is the fact that vaccine mandates are gone. Players won’t need to present the proof of COVID-19 vaccination to be able to participate in any of the events.

WSOP 2022 Highlight Events

Every year, there are a few World Series of Poker tournaments that create the most buzz and attract the biggest crowds. By the looks of things, 2022 will be no different as there are quite a few events poker fans can look forward to:

  • The Millionaire Maker, Colossus, and Monster Stack are back on the docket
  • $1,000,000 Tournament of Champions – a freeroll for all 2022 bracelet and gold ring winners
  • Poker Hall of Fame Bounty with the symbolic buy-in of $1,979

WSOP Online Bracelet Events

Although the WSOP is back to its land-based tradition in full force, players will still get a chance to compete for online poker bracelets as well.

Every Sunday for the duration of the series, there will be one bracelet event taking place. There are also “double bracelet days” scheduled for the summer, taking place on June 5 and on July 10 and 17.

Full WSOP 2022 Schedule

With 88 bracelets up for grabs this summer, Las Vegas promises heaps of great action. While the kickoff is still a few month away, it’s always good to start planning early.

To help with that, we’re bringing you the full schedule of 2022 WSOP events as well.

No Date Buy-in Event
1 May 31-June 1 $500 Casino Employees Tournament
2 May 31-June 2 $100,000 High Roller Bounty
3 June 1-4 $2,500 NLH Freezout
4 June 1-4 $1,500 Dealers Choice (6-max)
5 June 2-7 $500 The Housewarming ($5MM Gtd.)
6 June 2-4 $25,000 HU NLH Championship (64-Players Max)
7 June 3-5 $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo
8 June 4-6 $25,000 NLH High Roller (8-max)
9 June 4-6 $1,500 Seven Card Stud
10 June 5-7 $10,000 Dealers Choice Championship
11 June 6-7 $600 NLH Deep Stack
12 June 6-8 $50,000 NLH High Roller (8-max)
13 June 6-8 $1,500 Limit Hold'em
14 June 7-9 $1,500 6-max NLH
15 June 7-10 $10,000 Omaha 8 or Better Championship
16 June 8-11 $3,000 NLH 6-max 6
17 June 8-10 $2,500 Triple Draw Lowball (limit)
18 June 9-10 $1,000 NLH Freezeout
19 June 9-12 $25,000 PLO High Roller
20 June 9-11 $1,500 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw
21 June 10-14 $1,500 Monster Stack
22 June 10-12 $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship
23 June 11-13 $3,000 LHE 6-max
24 June 12-13 $1,000 GGPoker Flip & Go
25 June 12-13 $800 Deep Stack NLH
26 June 12-14 $10,000 LHE Championship
27 June 13-15 $1,500 NLH Shootout Event
28 June 13-15 $50,000 PLO High Roller
29 June 13-14 $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball
30 June 14-16 $1,000 PLO 8-max
31 June 14-16 $10,000 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship
32 June 15-17 $1,500 H.O.R.S.E.
33 June 15-16 $3,000 NLH 6-max
34 June 16-18 $1,500 NLH Freezeout
35 June 16-18 $2,500 Mixed Big Bet
36 June 16-18 $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo
37 June 17-21 $1,500 Millionaire Maker
38 June 17-19 $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship
39 June 18-21 $3,000 PLO 6-max
40 June 18-20 $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship
41 June 19 $1,000 Super Turbo Bounty
42 June 19-21 $100,000 NLH High Roller
43 June 20-21 $500 NLH Freezeout
44 June 20-23 $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship
45 June 21-23 $1,500 PLO
46 June 21-24 $5,000 NLH 6-max
47 June 22-26 $1,000 Seniors Event (50+)
48 June 22-24 $1,500 Eight-Game Mix
49 June 23-25 $2,000 NLH
50 June 23-25 $250,000 NLH Super High Roller
51 June 24-27 $400 Colossus
52 June 24-26 $2,500 Nine-Game Mix
53 June 25-26 $5,000 NLH/PLO Mix
54 June 26-28 $500 Salute to Warriors (USO Charity)
55 June 26-27 $1,000/Team Tag Team Event
56 June 26-30 $50,000 Poker Players Championship
57 June 27-30 $600 Deep Stack Championship
58 June 27-29 $1,500 PLO Hi-Lo
59 June 28-July 1 $1,000 Super Seniors NLH (60+)
60 June 28-30 $10,000 Short Deck Event
61 June 29-July 2 $1,000 Ladies Championship
62 June 29 $1,500 Super Turbo Bounty
63 June 29-July 2 $10,000 PLO Hi-Lo Championship
64 June 30-July 1 $600 PLO Deep Stack
65 June 30-July 2 $3,000 NLH Freezeout
66 July 1-3 $1,000 Mini Main Event
67 July 1-2 $10,000 Super Turbo Bounty
68 July 2-5 $1,000 Million Dollar Bounty
69 July 2-5 $10,000 PLO Championship
70 July 3-16 $10,000 Main Event
71 July 7-11 $1,111 One More for One Drop
72 July 7-9 $1,500 Mixed PLO Hi-Lo/”Big O”/Omaha Hi-Lo
73 July 8-10 $1,500 Razz
74 July 9-11 $1,500 Bounty PLO ($500 Bounties)
75 July 10-14 $777 Lucky 7's NLH 7-Handed
76 July 10-11 $1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Bounty
77 July 11-13 $1,500 Mixed NLH/PLO
78 July 11-13 $2,500 NLH
79 July 12-14 $10,000 Razz Championship
80 July 13-14 $600 Mixed PLO/NLH Deep Stack
81 July 13-15 $5,000 NLH Freezeout (8-max)
82 July 14-15 $800 NLH Deep Stack (8-max)
83 July 14-16 $50,000 NLH High Roller
84 July 14-16 $3,000 H.O.R.S.E.
85 July 15-17 $1,500 The Closer
86 July 15-17 $10,000 6-Handed NLH Championship
87 July 16-17 $5,000 NLH (8-max)
88 July 17 $1,000 NLH Super Turb
Invite July 18-20 Freeroll Tournament of Champions (Invite-Only)

Getting Ready for the WSOP 2022

Now that you have the important details about the World Series of Poker 2022, we're bringing you some useful tips and advice to make your trip and your stay in Las Vegas more enjoyable.

Flights & Accommodation

The first thing you need to figure out is when you want to go and how long you want to stay. If you’re not from the US, the trip can be quite expensive on its own, so you want to start looking for good deals as soon as possible.

You can get your plane tickets at a discounted price if you book well ahead of time.

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So, if you want to go, start looking now and check what’s available for the dates you’re planning. There are some amazing deals out there if you book a few months ahead.

The same goes for accommodation. Once the WSOP 2020 is in town, prices will go up and it will be harder to find a place with a good location. So try to book your place well ahead of time and get that out of your mind.

If you’re traveling with some friends, you should look into renting a house and splitting costs. There are some great places you can get at more than reasonable prices, and if you pull your money together, you’ll get a much better deal than if you were all paying for accommodation on your own.

Plan in advance what you will play

Maybe you want to hit deep stack tournaments, or you feel like you have an edge in turbo structures, or want to get into the smallest possible rake events, you can find it all in the World Series of Poker.

If you want to maximize your EV and choose the most profitable tournaments from the WSOP schedule, you need to research what you are planning to play.

On top of that, during WSOP, other Las Vegas casinos also offer various series, where you can find a lot of smaller tournaments, so it makes sense to check it out as well.

This will help you plan your bankroll and find the best possible games. So instead of trying to play as much as you can, pick your tournaments and play only the good ones!

Early Registration

Even if you’ve never been to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker, you’d likely seen vlogs from some of the popular players during the recent years. In some of those vlogs, you can see that registration lines for certain events can be absolutely mental.

The WSOP will open certain smaller buy-in tournaments for early registration in March/April, and you’ll be able to do it online.

If you already know what events you want to play and want to ensure your seat on a particular day, you should definitely take advantage of the early registration feature.

After all, there is so much to do in Vegas, whether it’s playing poker or just checking out what the city has to offer.

Stay within your bankroll during the WSOP schedule

While playing the WSOP Main Event can be thrilling, you should not jump to this tournament if you do not have sufficient funds and risk a big part of your poker bankroll taking one shot.

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However, instead of buying-in directly, you can participate in many satellites during the series and win your seat in the big one. Also, you have an option to sell a part of your shares and still have an unforgettable experience in Las Vegas without breaking the bank.

If none of these helps, do not be harsh on yourself and choose cheaper tournaments. These have much smaller fields and very few professional poker players, so it drastically reduces the variance and gives you a way to build that bankroll.

Learn to rest and keep your energy

Long tournament series, just like the WSOP schedule suggests, require a lot of energy and concentration.

So instead of partying all the time, you should take such a trip seriously and do everything that can help you increase the chance to succeed. To mention a couple of things:

  • Get a good night's sleep – probably one of the most important parts of being able to focus and play long sessions, so make sure to rest before playing.
  • Excercise – that is not a problem in Las Vegas since most hotels have a gym, and even if you don‘t find one, you can easily exercise simply in your room and increase your energy level.
  • Eat healthy food – it is harder to stick to healthy habits while traveling, but when you know that it can make a difference from almost sleeping at the table to making profitable decisions when your opponents are barely keeping eyes open, it should be enough motivation to do that.

Even if that does not look like much at the moment, it will be a huge help in the long run.

Prepare for WSOP schedule

If you are not used to playing in live games, it makes sense to practice and play at least a couple of tournaments in your local casino before visiting the World Series Of Poker.

It is worth brushing up your strategy because you could be up against the top players if you are not particularly lucky with your table draw. Therefore, now it is a good time to join a poker training site and go to 2020 WSOP fully prepared.

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Also, you can take advantage of poker software to prepare for the games, so everything is up to you!

Have some fun

Last but not least, enjoy your time in Las Vegas and have fun.

Do not rush playing, do not try to impress others by fancy moves you see on TV or go out of line. You are not here to impress others, so enjoy the moment and play as good as you can.

On top of that, do not forget to visit at least a couple of attractions and actually have some fun to fully enjoy your trip. Resting and taking your mind from the game can help you a lot, especially if you are in for a longer stay.

WSOP 2022 Schedule Summary

Now you know how to prepare for the trip, and here is another reminder about a few notable evens to keep track of.

  • World Series of Poker 2022 lasts from May 31 to July 22
  • The Main Event kicks off on July 3
  • WSOP 2022 features all the big ones, like Colossus and the Millionaire Maker
  • Make sure to prepare for your WSOP 2022 trip early & save time and money

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