Bracelet Hunting: WSOP Online Offers New Jersey Poker Players A Golden July

Written By Kim Yuhl on June 10, 2020 - Last Updated on December 12, 2023
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Normally, this time of year would find most of the world’s poker players sweating in the desert heat of Nevada. But this year, players will take the battle for gold to the virtual felt.

The World Series of Poker announced a new online poker tournament series, WSOP Online. It is a series of 85 online poker tournaments that will take place on and GGPoker.

Every year, the World Series of Poker runs its popular tournament series from the end of May through the middle of July. However, like many events this year, the coronavirus pandemic forced its postponement until fall.

The announcement came just as players were tweeting about missing the freezing Amazon room, wishing they were standing in line for the bathroom, and finding the best ways to avoid eye contact with the kiosk sellers as they head to their tables.

The WSOP may have heard their cries. Ty Stewart, executive director of the WSOP, said in a statement that summer just wouldn’t be the same without the WSOP:

“While we are thrilled to be reopening our venues and optimistic about future offline events, we couldn’t be more excited about deepening our relationship with GGPoker and watching some history unfold online this summer.” to award 1 bracelet every day in July

The WSOP Online tournament series begins in the US on NJ online poker players, along with those in Nevada, are eligible to play any or all of the 31 events in July.

Unfortunately, just like last year’s online gold bracelet events, Delaware poker players are not eligible.

As is typical leading up to any of its huge tournament series, will be offering promotions and reload bonuses. You can access the bonuses via its NJ online poker app. Players can satellite their way into a bracelet event for as low as $1.

WSOP will also award $100,000 in leaderboard bonuses for top-performing players throughout the month.

Events on will be either no-limit hold ’em or a variant of Omaha. Unsurprisingly, the majority of the events (27 out of 31) will be NLH.

While the guarantees for the tournaments have not been announced, looking back at the Online Super Circuit event, you can expect large prize pools and some healthy competition.

Fans of poker can follow the action on Poker Central. Look for original content, highlight packages and virtual bracelet ceremonies.

Mark your poker calendar with these key events:

  • Monday, July 13: Event 13 – $1,500 No-Limit Hold ’em High Roller Freezeout
  • Tuesday, July 14: Event 14 – $3,200 No-Limit Hold ’em High Roller
  • Wednesday, July 15: Event 15 – $1,000 PLO 8-Max HR
  • Sunday, July 26: Event 26 – $500 No-Limit Hold ’em Grande Finale
  • Friday, July 31: Event 31 – $1,000 No-Limit Hold ’em Championship 2020 WSOP Online Series Schedule

EventDay, DateTime (PT)EventBuy-In
1Wednesday, July 13:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Kick-Off$500
2Thursday, July 23:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em 8-Handed Deepstack$1,000
3Friday, July 3 3:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em$400
4Saturday, July 43:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Super Turbo$500
5Sunday, July 53:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Freezeout$1,000
6Monday, July 63:00 p.m.PLO8 6-Handed$600
7Tuesday, July 73:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Knockout Deepstack$800
8Wednesday, July 83:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Freezeout$500
9Thursday, July 93:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em 6-Max$1,000
10Friday, July 103:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em MonsterStack$600
11Saturday, July 113:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Turbo Deepstack 6-Handed$500
12Sunday, July 123:00 p.m.The BIG 500 No Limit Hold 'em$500
13Monday, July 133:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em High Roller Freezeout$1,500
14Tuesday, July 143:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em High Roller$3,200
15Wednesday, July 153:00 p.m.PLO 8-Max HR$1,000
16Thursday, July 163:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Turbo$500
17Friday, July 173:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em$777
18Saturday, July 183:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em 8-Handed Turbo DeepStack$1,000
19Sunday, July 193:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em$400
20Monday, July 203:00 p.m.PLO 6-Handed$500
21Tuesday, July 213:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em 6-Handed$777
22Wednesday, July 223:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Turbo Deepstack$500
23Thursday, July 233:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Knockout$500
24Friday, July 243:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em 8-Handed$400
25Saturday, July 253:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Summer Saver$500
26Sunday, July 263:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Grande Finale$500
27Monday, July 273:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Freezeout$400
28Tuesday, July 283:00 p.m.Omaha 8 6-Max$1,000
29Wednesday, July 293:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Turbo Deepstack 6-Handed$600
30Thursday, July 303:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Senior's Event$500
31Friday, July 313:00 p.m.No Limit Hold 'em Championship$1,000

WSOP Online series continues beyond July

US poker players in Nevada and New Jersey compete in July. International poker players, however, will be competing in 54 events on GGPoker through Sept. 6.

It will be the first time poker players outside of the US can compete online for a WSOP bracelet.

The first international WSOP Online event will be held on July 19; however, the tournament details have not been released. According to a statement from the WSOP, the schedule is forthcoming.

“GGPoker plans to unveil its bracelet schedule on a rolling basis and will have a broad range of buy-ins and game formats.”

2020 might not be going according to plan, but there may be a shiny gold bright side to it.

Pairing the WSOP Online series with a rescheduled World Series of Poker fall festival means a record number of gold bracelets could be awarded by year’s end.

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Kim Yuhl has been covering the US online gambling market since 2013. Her work is featured on various sites and covers sports betting, online casino gambling, and online poker. Kim is a full-time traveler and vlogger and is currently slow traveling to 60 countries. You can follow her travels at and on YouTube at kimandway.

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