2023 World Series of Poker Dates Released

2023 World Series of Poker Dates Released

Are you ready for the 2023 World Series of Poker? Yes, we realise it is still 2022, but that hasn’t stopped Caesars from announcing the dates for the 2023 WSOP. WSOP organisers have revealed that the 2023 World Series of Poker will run from May 30 through July 18, 2023, at Paris Las Vegas and the Horseshoe.

A full schedule of events is not yet available. However, the dates announcement previewed some of the highlights players can expect next year.

2023 WSOP Dates Announced

On Monday, WSOP officials revealed the dates for the 2023 World Series of Poker. The 2023 WSOP will run in Las Vegas from May 30 through July 18, 2023. Events will be split between Paris Las Vegas and the Horseshoe.

Paris and Horseshoe General Manager Jason Gregorec spoke on the dates reveal, stating, “With more than six months to go from the start of the next WSOP, you can already feel the anticipation building at our resorts.”

“The tournament delivered unforgettable moments during its debut on The Strip, and we’re excited to welcome back poker’s premier event of the year. We can’t wait to see the first WSOP Main Event champion crowned at the new Horseshoe Las Vegas.”

The 2022 WSOP drew 197,626 entrants from over 100 countries. This created record prize pools of over $347.9 million. According to Ty Stewart, VP and Executive Director of the WSOP, “The historic debut of the WSOP on the Las Vegas Strip delivered in a big way, and we’re excited to announce our Summer 2023 dates in time for the holidays.”

Poker players and fans can now officially mark their calendars and maybe even book their loved ones or themselves a trip to the WSOP as a holiday gift. We’re glad to be back at Paris Las Vegas and the future Horseshoe Las Vegas for another exciting chapter in the tournament’s history as these two resorts raised the bar in hosting last year’s event.”

Schedule Preview Includes Multiple Big Guarantees

Like with most dates announcements, a full schedule was not available. However, officials provided a 12-event highlight schedule highlighting many “must play” events. Here’s the list of events in the highlighted schedule:

  • Mystery Millions – May 31 – $1,000 Buy-in With Bounties of $10k to $1M – $1M Guaranteed to Winner
  • Gladiators of Poker – June 7 – $300 Buy-In – $3M Guarantee
  • Monster Stack – June 16 – $1,500 Buy-In
  • Seniors Event – June 21 – $1,000 Buy-In
  • Millionaire Maker – June 23 – $1,500 Buy-In – $1M Guaranteed to Winner
  • Ladies Championship – June 29 – $1,000 Buy-In
  • Colossus – June 30 – $400 Buy-In
  • Mini Main Event – July 2 – $1,000 Buy-In
  • Main Event World Championship – July 3 – $10,000 Buy-In
  • Lucky 7S – July 7 – $777 Buy-In – $777,777 Guaranteed to Winner
  • Ultra Stack – July 11 – $600 Buy-In
  • The Closer – July 14 – $1,500 Buy-In

The 2023 WSOP Main Event has the potential to be the largest in history. In 2022, the Main Event drew the second-largest field ever, with 8,663 entrants and a prize pool of $80.78 million. Joe Hachem famously won the WSOP Main Event in 2005 and effectively started Australia’s Poker Boom. Will another Aussie rise through the ranks and take the 2023 World Championship?

A full schedule of events for the 2023 WSOP, including online bracelet events, will be released sometime in 2023. Generally, a full schedule is out by February. If you already know that you want to go to the 2023 WSOP, you can go to Caesars.com and enter booking code WSOP23 for special room rates.

Henry Walker

Henry Walker

Joining Australia Internet Pokies in 2017, Henry provides insights into the world of casinos and dives deep into each online casino to provide reliable reviews you can trust. Henry is a veteran of the gambling industry, having worked for both land-based and online casinos over the past 20 years. Originally from New York, USA, Henry has an in-depth knowledge that few can equal when it comes to casinos. A graduate of Columbia University in Mathematics, Henry headed west to the bright lights of Las Vegas to put some theories to the test. It wasn’t long before Henry was snapped up first as a croupier, then as a consultant to some of the top LV casinos. When the big move to online gambling happened Henry moved with it, and to Australia with his wife. He has spent the last 5 years focusing solely on online casinos. In his spare time, Henry likes nothing more than a good thriller and long hikes.

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