WSOP Circuit returns in November

After moving online during the COVID-19 pandemic the WSOP Circuit is returning with live events in November.

The World Series of Poker announced earlier this week that the WSOP Circuit will resume live events after an 18-month hiatus. A 13-event schedule was released during the announcement will more expected to be announced later.

When does WSOP Circuit begin?

The new WSOP Circuit season will kickoff on Thanksgiving, November 25 at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in North Carolina. The series will run until December 5 with the $1,700 Main Event scheduled to begin on December 3. The Main Event will have a $1 million guaranteed prize pool.

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Also included in the WSOP Circuit schedule are stops at some of the series’ usual haunts, The Bicycle Casino, Choctaw Durant, Thunder Valley Casino and Harrah’s New Orleans. The Circuit will also make a second stop at Harrah’s Cherokee in April.

The return of live WSOP Circuit events also means the return of the WSOP Circuit Tournament of Champions. The WSOP Circuit finale event does not have a date yet but it will once again be open to Gold Ring winners from the current season, online and in-person and all bracelet winners from the upcoming 2022 World Series of Poker.

Here’s a look at the full WSOP Circuit schedule that has been released so far:

November 25 – December 6 – Harrah’s Cherokee

December 4-15 – The Bicycle Casino

December 9-19 – Hilton Aruba

January 6-17 – Choctaw Durant

January 12-23 – Deerfoot Inn

January 13 -24 – Thunder Valley Casino

January 20-31 – Horseshoe Tunica

February 3-14 – Isle of Pompano

March 10-21 – Hard Rock Tulsa

March 17-28 – Turning Stone Resort Casino

April 7-18 – Harrah’s Cherokee

April 21 – May 2 – Horseshoe Tunica

May 5-16 – Harrah’s New Orleans

TBD – WSOP Tournament of Champions