This June, New Jersey online poker players will have two major series to compete in for big cash. WSOP.com is running their popular monthly circuit series along side of their online championship summer tournaments
The World Series of Poker’s online circuit event begins on Saturday, June 11 and runs through Tuesday, June 28. In total, WSOP.com will offer 18 championship ring events and $1.5 million in guaranteed prize pools.
More about the WSOP NJ Main Event
On Saturday, June 26, the $525 WSOP NJ online poker Main Event will take off. And there is a $250,000 guarantee.
The tournament also comes with a ring to the winner. This prize pool is open to the shared player pool in the New Jersey and Nevada markets.
Most of the Online Circuit Series events feature No Limit Hold’em with a Omaha and Hi-Low Limit tournament also available. Other highlighted tournaments include:
- $215 NLHE Monster Stack (Event 2, June 12) – $125,000 guaranteed
- $500 PLO BIG Six-Max (Event 3, June 13) – $50,000 guaranteed
- $320 NLH Double Stack (Event 8, June 18) – $100,000 guaranteed
- $5,300 Ultra High Roller Six-Max (Event 15, June 25) – $100,000 guaranteed
The entire schedule can be found below.
Nevada/New Jersey, WSOP.com June online circuit series
|June 11||7:00 p.m.||NLH DoubleStack||$320||$100,000|
|June 12||5:00 p.m.||NLH MonsterStack||$215||$125,000|
|June 13||5:00 p.m.||PLO BIG 500||$500||$50,000|
|June 14||7:00 p.m.||NLH Big 500||$500||$75,000|
|June 15||7:00 p.m.||NLH Six-Max||$320||$75,000|
|June 16||7:00 p.m.||NLH KO Freezeout||$300||$50,000|
|June 17||7:00 p.m.||NLH Deep Turbo||$215||$50,000|
|June 18||7:00 p.m.||NLH DoubleStack||$320||$100,000|
|June 19||5:00 p.m.||NLH MonsterStack||$525||$125,000|
|June 20||5:00 p.m.||NLH Freezeout||$250||$50,000|
|June 21||7:00 p.m.||NLH Super High Roller||$2,000||$100,000|
|June 22||7:00 p.m.||NLH||$215||$75,000|
|June 23||7:00 p.m.||NLH||$320||$75,000|
|June 24||7:00 p.m.||NLH Turbo||$250||$50,000|
|June 25||7:00 p.m.||NLH Ultra High Roller||$5,300||$100,000|
|June 26||5:00 p.m.||NLH Main Event||$525||$250,000|
|June 27||7:00 p.m.||Omaha HI-Low||$215||$40,000|
|June 28||7:00 p.m.||NLH High Roller||$1,000||$100,000|
Pennsylvania and Michigan players have options for 18 ring events in June
Aside from the New Jersey events, Pennsylvania and Michigan will have their own separate series this June.
Their combined prizes will be more than $1 million. Pennsylvania and Michigan remain a “ringed-in” market for the time being, but a new compact may change that.
Michigan just released information about combining player pools. The series also runs June 11-28 but has different guarantees.
Tournament of Champions million dollar freeroll
This July, the WSOP is giving out $1 million dollars.
The company will award all 2022 bracelet and ring winners, live or online, a ticket for the Tournament of Champions event. The $1 million freeroll event is set for July 18 in Las Vegas as the final event on the WSOP summer schedule.
However, players can’t buy into this event. They can only win a seat through having collected hardware.
June championship ring winners
One of New Jersey’s notable winners from May included Krishna “NinjaGo” Kalidas.
He scooped his second ring and $14,352.
Kalidas is now preparing for the World Series of Poker live events in Las Vegas this summer. He plans on attending the tournament of champions.
Another NJ player scoring the victory was Drew Oconnel. He won event number three and took home $25,771.
Summer online championships offers event through July
Players in New Jersey have multiple ways to play in big tournaments all summer long. Starting this month the Online Championships (OC) start as well.
The series offers daily action from June 5- July 17. Bankrolls of all sizes can take part as buy-ins range from $10 to $1,000.
WSOP.com OC is offering 172 events to pick from.
The standout tournament is the $320 Main Event in New Jersey and is set for Sunday, July 17. The tournament guarantees a $150,000 bankroll. The winner also earns an exclusive WSOP championship belt.
The OC offers three events daily during the series. No Limit Hold’em is the featured format, but Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo are included as well.
Tournament styles will vary and include bounty events, progressive knockouts, deepstacks, and freezeouts.
Other highlighted tournaments include:
- $215 Sunday Special (Event 2, June 5) – $75,000 guaranteed
- $50 Pot Limit Omaha Eight-Max (Event 29, June 11) – $7,500 guaranteed
- $88 NLHE Turbo (Event 41, June 14) – $10,000 guaranteed
- $1,000 NLHE High Roller (Event 95, June 28) – $75,000 guaranteed
- $11 NLHE WarmUp R+A (Event 114, July 3) – $22,222 guaranteed