- The 2022-2023 WSOPC schedule features an initial 25 stops with more to be added soon
- The new season kicks off on July 20, right after the WSOP festival in Las Vegas
- Some longtime stops are returning for the upcoming season
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) has just released the schedule for the 2022-2023 Circuit.
The new season will initially have 25 stops and will get underway shortly after the 2022 WSOP live festival in Las Vegas.
Extra stops will be announced in the coming months which means more opportunities for players to win the coveted WSOP gold ring.
WSOPC Key Details
The 18th season of the WSOP Circuit will kick off in the next few weeks, with its first stop running from July 20-31 at Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, Oklahoma. The upcoming season will see the return of a few longstanding stops, such as Harveys Lake Tahoe (October 20-31, 2022) and Caesars Southern Indiana (May 11-22, 2023).
Players in the Chicago will be delighted to know that Horseshoe Hammond is also included in the latest season, with a stop scheduled for February 23-March 6, 2023.
The Circuit is also set to make a debut at Grand Victoria Casino in Chicago, Illinois, hosting two stops at the venue. The first takes place from November 10-21, 2022, while the other runs from April 6-17, 2023.
The current schedule does not include any Las Vegas stops, but they’re expected to be added soon, considering that Caesars owns and operates multiple properties across the city. The Circuit will most likely return to the Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, and Bally’s, the venue of the 53rd WSOP live festival.
The majority of the stops will commence on Thursdays, culminating in the Main Event which kicks off on the second Friday of the series. There will be at least 12 gold rings up for grabs at each stop, with event buy-ins ranging from $250 to $1,700 (Main Event). WSOP.com will also be hosting Circuit events for those who prefer online action.
As with the past seasons, the winners of both live and online gold ring events will secure a seat into the invite-only Tournament of Champions which will take place as part of the 2023 WSOP in Vegas.
2022-2023 WSOP Circuit Initial Stops
The recently-released schedule also includes US Poker stops at Harrah’s Cherokee (North Carolina), Hard Rock (Tulsa), Horseshoe Council Bluffs (Omaha/Iowa), Aruba Hilton (Aruba), Thunder Valley Casino (Northern California), Isle of Capri (Pompano Beach, Florida), Choctaw Durant (Dallas/Oklahoma), The Bicycle Casino (Los Angeles), Turning Stone Resort Casino (Verona, New York), and Horseshoe/Tunica (MS).