World Series of Poker Announces 2015 Dates
46th Annual World Series of Poker Schedule Unveiled with 68 Events on Tap
Rio® All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas to Host Poker’s Most Popular Festival from
May 27 - July 14, 2015
May 29 Marks Debut of the “Colossus” $565 buy-in, $5,000,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
More Starting Chips for Popular Events & New Exciting Tourneys Highlight This Year’s Changes
The 46th annual World Series of Poker® (WSOP®) – a set of poker tournaments open to anyone 21 years of age or older – officially puts cards in the air, Wednesday, May 27, 2015, with nearly $200 million in prize money up for grabs, and several new events and changes in store to provide better value and excitement to poker’s version of Woodstock – including a huge increase in starting chips.
New Events: This year, eleven exciting new events will debut. They are:
May 29-30: Event #5 - $565 Colossus No-Limit Hold’em with a $5,000,000 guaranteed prize pool.
May 31: Event #6 - $1,000 Hyper No-Limit Hold’em with a fast, two-day structure.
June 20: Event #42 - $1,500 Extended Play No-Limit Hold’em featuring longer, 90-minute levels.
June 21: Event #43 - $1,000 Super Seniors No-Limit Hold’em. Must be age 65+ to enter.
June 26: Event #53 - $5,000 Turbo No-Limit Hold’em, two-day structure with a high buy-in.
June 27: Event #55 - $1,500 DraftKings 50/50 No-Limit Hold’em. Half the field to be paid.
June 29: Event #60 - $25,000 High Roller 8-handed Pot-Limit Omaha. 4-day event.
July 1: Event #62 - $1,500 Bounty No-Limit Hold’em. Every player is a bounty. Each is worth $500.
July 3: Event #65 - $777 Lucky 7’s No-Limit Hold’em, featuring a first-ever $777 price point.
July 3: Event #67 - $10,000 Dealers Choice, featuring 19 variants – the most ever played in a single WSOP event.
In addition to these exciting additions, the eleventh new bracelet event up for grabs this year is an online bracelet. WSOP.com, the online real-money poker home of the WSOP, will offer its first-ever bracelet event on July 2 at 12 noon. This $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em event will be the first-ever WSOP gold bracelet awarded online (the final two players will compete live at the Rio on July 3). More details on this unique event, including information on online satellites, will be announced shortly but preliminary details can be found here.
Huge Increase in Starting Chips! Who doesn’t love more chips to start play? New for 2015, the WSOP has significantly adjusted upward the starting stack for all WSOP events that have a buy-in under $10,000. The new starting stacks for these events will be as follows:
$565 buy-in: 5,000 starting chips (Colossus, new event; 10 times the buy-in, same as last year’s Monster Stack)
$777 buy-in: 5,000 starting chips (new buy-in level this year, treated like a $1k event) – 100 big blinds
$1,000 buy-in: 5,000 starting chips (increase of 66% over 2014) – 100 big blinds
$1,500 buy-in: 7,500 starting chips (increase of 66% over 2014) – 150 big blinds
$2,500 buy-in: 12,500 starting chips (increase of 66% over 2014) – 167 big blinds
$3,000 buy-in: 15,000 starting chips (increase of 66% over 2014) – 200 big blinds
$5,000 buy-in: 25,000 starting chips (increase of 66% over 2014) – 250 big blinds
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