WSOP Release Summer 2024 Las Vegas Schedule – All 99 Events Revealed!

The summer schedule for the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas has been revealed and among the list of 99 tournaments are the WSOP Main Event, Mystery Bounty events and the Poker Players Championship. This summer will likely see more players than ever descend on Sin City’s hotels and make their way to the Las Vegas Strip, where 99 WSOP gold bracelets will be up for grabs. The official WSOP Schedule of events truly has something for everybody.

When is the 2024 WSOP Main Event?


This year’s World Series of Poker starts on May 28 and doesn’t conclude until July 17, meaning there are over seven weeks of action in the gambling capital of the world. Last year’s world champion, Atlanta’s Daniel Weinman, along with over 10,000 others who took part in 2023 will immediately be looking toward when this year’s WSOP Main Event takes place.

The 2024 WSOP Main again costs $10,000 to enter, just as it has since the third year of its amazing half-century run in 1972.  Kicking off on July 3 with Day 1a, there are once again four Day 1 flights in which you can enter, and, just as traditionally, you only get one chance. No rebuys, no-entries, no multiple flights. You’re one and done from the minute you put down that stack of ‘high society’.

In 2023, there were a record 10,043 entrants, with Weinman taking home a record $12.1 million top prize. The 2024 WSOP Main Event will take place between July 3 and 17, with two days scheduled for final table play, where the final nine usually play down to the last three before the end game plays out to millions on the last day of drama.

Each Day 1 flight starts at ‘high noon’ in 2024, as do Days 2abc and 2d, and Days 3 – 8 inclusive, whereupon the final nine will be reached. There has not yet been a start time announced for the final table.

“We’re proud to be Las Vegas’s original Main Event,” said Ty Stewart, the Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the World Series of Poker. “Records are made to be broken, so our motto this year is ‘Bigger and Better’. With our best schedule ever and more than 100 additional poker tables, we look forward to welcoming legends, first-timers and everyone in between. If you’re a poker player, there is simply no experience on earth like the World Series of Poker.”

Where Does the 2024 WSOP Take Place?

Once again, The Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas will be the two venues used for the WSOP action. So popular since the World Series returned to the famous Las Vegas Strip, the two iconic venues will play host to all the drama and we’ll see many memories made and dreams fulfilled within the hallowed halls of the pair of Vegas cardrooms.

In fact, with so many different areas of each casino being utilised to the maximum, there’s every chance that many events will be split across both venues, with so many Day 1’s for major tournaments taking place in inside the Paris ‘Ballroom’ and the WSOP ‘Thunderdome’ used for final tables situated inside the Horseshoe Las Vegas, where the TV cameras will set up basecamp too.

Not that you have to wait until arriving in Las Vegas before playing a WSOP tournament. Satellites are running right now on GG Poker and last year the online poker site sent an incredible 774 players to Las Vegas via online qualifiers. Satelliting into the WSOP Main Event is the stuff of legend, with the 2003 WSOP Main Event winner Chris Moneymaker – now an ACR Pro – once winning the World Championship and $2.5 million top prize from an $80 PokerStars satellite. Both the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas casinos will be running WSOP Main Event satellites from July 2 until July 7 in a bid to break the record of 2023 just 12 months on.

Could Daniel Weinman be celebrating again in the Thunderdome?

Major WSOP Titles Return to Schedule

With so many bracelets on the line – more than ever before – what can you expect for your buck in 2024? Well, some superb WSOP events you know and love, as well as plenty of new and exciting tournaments to tickle your poker taste buds too. The iconic $50,000 Poker Players Championship makes its return, as do several $10,000-entry ‘Championship’ events, in variants such as Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) Razz and H.O.R.S.E. to name just three.

The series opens with two events running in tandem. The traditional $500-entry Casino Employees No-Limit Hold’em is technically Event #2 on the ticket – which won’t please certain aficionados! – with the $5,000 buy-in Champions Reunion NLHE 8-Max event kicking off on the same day which will award a $10,000 WSOP Main Event seat to anyone who knocks out a previous Main Event winner in the field. The officially named ‘$500 WSOP Kickoff’ begins on Wednesday May 29.

The next day sees the $1,000 Mystery Millions event – with a $1m guarantee and $1m top bounty prize – begin, and Mystery Bounty events have grown in stature in the past 12 months. That’s one of several events, joined by the Colossus, Salute to Warriors and ‘Lucky 7’s’ that are bound to fill up the most poker tables ever seen in Las Vegas – 700 across the three main tournament rooms at the Horseshoe and inside Paris Las Vegas.

On May 30, the WSOP $25,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em Championship kicks off, where the draw may well be the biggest cause of drama. Could we see a spicy match up in round 1 such as Phil Hellmuth versus his latest smack-talk victim Ike Haxton? Perhaps Matt Berkey and Daniel Negreanu will put their beef to bed at the felt instead.

New WSOP Events for 2024

In 2024, there is a clear intention from the WSOP to back up those words from Stewart to make things bigger and better. That extends to new events on the schedule, with a Pot Limit Omaha Mystery Bounty event (Event #86) where everyone is a bounty from the word go. Senior events are hugely respected by the WSOP and Event #65 is a newbie too, the $5,000-entry Seniors High Roller, which is sure to fill up.

On July 3 – surely one day early? – the $800 buy-in Independence Day Celebration Event #80 begins, while Event #89 is a $3,000-entry Mid-Stakes Championship, taking place o July 11 and is a brand-new event for 2024. So too is the attention-grabbing Event #4, a $1,500 buy-in Mixed NLHE/PLO Double Board ‘Bomb Pot’ event – explosive!

Here is the full schedule of events for this summer’s 55th World Series of Poker in Las Vegas:

World Series of Poker 2024 Schedule of Events:
1Tue May 2812 Noon$5,000Champions Reunion 8-Max NLHE Freezeout
2Tue May 282 p.m.$500Casino Employees NLHE
3Wed May 2910 a.m.$500WSOP Kickoff NLHE Freezeout
4Wed May 292 p.m.$1,500Omaha Hi-Lo 8-Max 8-or-Better
5Thu May 3010 a.m.$1,000Mystery Millions
6Thu May 3012 Noon$25,000Heads-Up NLHE Championship
7Thu May 302 p.m.$1,5006-Max Dealers Choice
8Fri May 3112 Noon$5,0008-Max Pot-Limit Omaha
9Fri May 312 p.m.$1,5008-Max Limit Hold’em 9
10Sat June 12 p.m.$10,0008-Max Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship
11Sun June 22 p.m.$1,500Badugi
12Mon June 310 a.m.$1,5006-Max NLHE
13Mon June 32 p.m.$10,0006-Max Dealers Choice Championship
14Tue June 410 a.m.$1,000Super Turbo Bounty NLHE
15Tue June 412 Noon$1,5008-Max PLO Hi-Lo 8-or-Better
16Tue June 42 p.m.$5,0008-Max NLHE
17Wed June 510 a.m.$800NLHE Deepstack
18Wed June 512 Noon$1,5008-Max PLO
19Wed June 52 p.m.$10,0008-Max Limit Hold’em Championship
20Thu June 610 a.m.$300Gladiators of Poker NLHE
21Thu June 612 Noon$25,0006-Max High Roller NLHE
22Thu June 62 p.m.$1,5006-Max Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw
23Fri June 712 Noon$1,500NLHE Shootout
24Fri June 72 p.m.$10,0008-Max PLO 8-or-Better Championship
25Sat June 82 p.m.$3,0006-Max NLHE
26Sun June 912 Noon$25,0008-Max High Roller NLHE
27Sun June 92 p.m.$1,500Big O (Five-Card PLO Hi-Lo)
28Mon June 1010 a.m.$1,500NLHE Freezeout
29Mon June 102 p.m.$10,0006-Max Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship
30Tue June 1110 a.m.$600Mixed NLHE/PLO Deepstack
31Tue June 1112 Noon$3,0006-Max NLHE
32Tue June 112 p.m.$1,500Seven Card Stud
33Wed June 1210 a.m.$6008-Max PLO Deepstack
34Wed June 1212 Noon$2,500NLHE Freezeout
35Wed June 122 p.m.$1,500H.O.R.S.E.
36Thu June 1310 a.m.$8008-Max NLHE Deepstack
37Thu June 132 p.m.$10,000Big O Championship (Five-Card PLO Hi-Lo)
38Fri June 1410 a.m.$1,500NLHE Monster Stack
39Fri June 1412 Noon$50,0008-Max NLHE High Roller
40Fri June 142 p.m.$1,500Razz
41Sat June 1512 Noon$1,5008-Max Mixed NLHE & PLO Double Board Bomb Pot
42Sat June 152 p.m.$10,000Seven Card Stud Championship
43Sun June 162 p.m.$1,500Mixed: PLO Hi-Lo 8 or Better; Omaha Hi Lo 8 or Better; Big O
44Mon June 1710 a.m.$2,000NLHE
45Mon June 172 p.m.$10,000H.O.R.S.E. Championship
46Tue June 1810 a.m.$1,000Seniors NLHE Championship (50+)
47Tue June 1812 Noon$100,000NLHE High Roller
48Tue June 182 p.m.$1,0008-Max PLO
49Wed June 1912 Noon$3,000NLHE Freezeout
50Wed June 192 p.m.$10,000Razz Championship
51Thu June 2010 a.m.$1,500NLHE Super Turbo Bounty ($500 Bounty)
52Thu June 2012 Noon$5,0006-Max NLHE
53Thu June 202 p.m.$3,0007-Max Nine-Game Mixed
54Fri June 2110 a.m.$1,500NLHE Millionaire Maker
55Fri June 2112 Noon$250,000NLHE Super High Roller
56Fri June 212 p.m.$2,500Mixed Triple Draw Lowball (Limit) (2-7, A-5, Badugi)
57Sat June 2212 Noon$10,0008-Max NLHE Super Turbo Bounty ($3,000 Bounty)
58Sun June 232 p.m.$50,000Poker Players Championship
59Mon June 2410 a.m.$1,000NLHE Super Seniors (60+)
60Mon June 2412 Noon$3,000NLHE
61Mon June 242 p.m.$2,5008-Max Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo/Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better
62Tue June 2510 a.m.$600NLHE PokerNews Deepstack Championship
63Tue June 252 p.m.$1,5007-Max No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw
64Wed June 2610 a.m.$600NLHE Deepstack
65Wed June 2612 Noon$5,000NLHE Seniors High Roller
66Wed June 262 p.m.$10,0008-Max PLO Championship
67Thu June 2710 a.m.$500NLHE Salute to Warriors
68Thu June 2712 Noon$2,500NLHE
69Thu June 272 p.m.$1,500Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8-or-Better
70Fri June 2810 a.m.$400NLHE Colossus
71Fri June 2812 Noon$1,000*Ladies NLHE Championship
72Fri June 282 p.m.$10,0007-Max No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship
73Sat June 292 p.m.$25,0008-Max PLO High Roller
74Sun June 302 p.m.$10,000Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8-or-Better Championship
75Mon July 110 a.m.$1,000NLHE Tag Team
76Mon July 112 Noon$10,0008-Max NLHE Mystery Bounty
77Mon July 12 p.m.$2,5006-Max NLHE Mixed Bag Event
78Tue July 210 a.m.$1,000NLHE Mini Main Event
79Tue July 22 p.m.$50,000PLO High Roller
80Wed July 310 a.m.$800NLHE Independence Day Celebration
81Wed July 312 Noon$10,000NLHE Main Event World Championship
82Sat July 67 p.m.$1,000NLHE
83Sun July 712 Noon$1,5006-Max Eight Game Mixed
84Sun July 72 p.m.$600NLHE Ultra Stack
85Mon July 810 a.m.$1,000NLHE Flip & Go
86Tue July 910 a.m.$1,000PLO Mystery Bounty
87Tue July 92 p.m.$5,0008-Max NLHE
88Wed July 102 p.m.$10,0006-Max Eight Game Mixed Championship
89Thu July 1110 a.m.$3,000NLHE Mid Stakes
90Thu July 1112 Noon$1,5006-Max PLO
91Thu July 112 p.m.$3,0008-Max H.O.R.S.E.
92Fri July 122 p.m.$50,000NLHE High Roller
93Sat July 1310 a.m.$777NLHE Lucky 7s
94Sat July 132 p.m.$10,0006-Max NLHE Championship
95Sun July 1412 Noon$1,979$1,979 NLHE Poker Hall of Fame Bounty
96Sun July 142 p.m.$25,000High Roller H.O.R.S.E.
97Mon July 152 p.m.$3,0006-Max PLO
98Mon July 154 p.m.$1,500NLHE The Closer
99Wed July 1710 a.m.$1,000NLHE Super Turbo


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