WSOP.com has 12 remaining special tournaments this month, including a WSOP Circuit Online Series, with over $1.2 million guaranteed.
The Silver Legacy Online Circuit series, which began March 19, features 12 events total with a valuable Circuit ring awarded to the winner of each tournament. Jared Jaffee, who also recently finished in 8th place at the WPT Venetian in Las Vegas, won his sixth gold ring in the $500 Kick Off event, a $75,000 guaranteed tournament, for $27,229. He is one of five to have already shipped a ring during the series.
The final week of the Silver Legacy Online Circuit series is shaping up to be a huge one for the U.S.-facing poker site, starting with the March 24 $250 buy-in no-limit hold’em freezeout, which features a $75,000 prize pool guarantee.
Let’s raise the stakes
Event #7, $320 No-Limit Hold’em Re-Buy ($100,000 guaranteed), begins at 4 pm PT on Thursday. Players can re-enter for that tournament up to two times. On Friday, the stakes are raised a bit with the $500 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Max, which offers at least $50,000 in prize money.
Event #9, No-Limit Hold’em Double Stack then takes place on Saturday. Players can fire up to three bullets in this $100,000 guaranteed tournament. Sunday’s $525 Main Event guarantees the pot will have at least $300,000 in it, and you can re-buy up to three times after busting. Also on Sunday, WSOP.com is hosting a $100 Player Appreciation tournament with $100,000 and added prizes awarded. This event is not affiliated with the Silver Legacy series.
Three additional non-Circuit events are on Sunday’s WSOP.com schedule, including a $55 March Mayhem ($55,555 guaranteed), $525 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller ($25,000 guaranteed), and the $1,000 Monthly Sunday ($50,000 guaranteed).
On Monday, Event #11 of the Silver Legacy series kicks off, a $300 no-limit hold’em knockout freezeout event with $50,000 in guaranteed money to be awarded. The series then wraps up on Tuesday, March 30 with the $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller 6-Max. WSOP.com is guaranteeing at least $150,000 in prize money for the series finale.
WSOP.com is only available in Delaware, Nevada, and New Jersey. You aren’t required to be a resident of those states to compete. However, you must be located within state borders at the time of playing.
If you live in or are visiting Las Vegas, you can make a cash deposit at any Caesars Entertainment property cashier’s cage. Otherwise, common deposit methods include credit card and PayNearMe ($500 daily maximum deposit, however). If you haven’t signed up for an account, it’s best to do so at least one day prior to the start of the tournament you want to enter as it make take at least 24 hours to verify your identity before you can start playing.
For those new to poker, take a look at some of our strategy articles, including our poker hand rankings chart, before entering a tournament.
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