Across the United States, poker players have access to major events at casinos and card rooms. Thankfully there is always something to enjoy and the World Series of Poker Circuit makes it easy for poker players to find quality action in several states across the nation. The tour will be heading to California at the end of the month, with the WSOPC at the Bicycle Hotel & Casino from February 29th to March 31st.
Details of the Circuit Stop
The WSOPC stop at the Bicycle will kick off with the $360/$520 No Limit Hold’em Quantum Millions $1 Million GTD. This event will run over 10 days while other events will basically be one day only. Another long event during this series is the $160/$550 No Limit Hold’em Quantum Mega Millions XXII $1 million GTD. That event begins on March 20th and runs for 14 days.
One of the most anticipated events of the World Series of Poker Circuit is always the Main Event. For this stop, the Main Event will take place on March 15th. It will have a buy-in of $1,700 and be in no-limit hold’em format.
Players will be given 30,000 in starting chips and blinds will begin at 100-100. Blind levels will increase every 40 minutes during the starting days. By the time day 2 rolls around, the blinds will increase to 60 minutes. Players have the option to re-enter one time each starting day.
Players who are able to make it through day two will return on March 18th to play to the winner. The final table of this event will be streamed live via Live At The Bike. This way, fans can tune in to the action without having to be in California.
Players will find several more events on the schedule with lower buy-ins including the $250 No Limit Hold’em $40k GTD on March 11th. This event offers good value for the lower cost to play. On March 18th, players can pay just $240 and take part in the No Limit Hold’em Survivor event.
Additional Upcoming Tour Stops
After stopping in California, the World Series of Poker Circuit will continue offering quality poker gaming across the US. Next up is a stop at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tulsa. This stop will take place from March 11th through March 23rd. On March 19th, the WSOPC heads to Bally’s Las Vegas and will offer tournament gaming through March 30th.
At the end of March into April, players in Iowa will be able to hit the felt at the Horseshoe Council Bluffs. The tour then heads to North Carolina where players can take part in tournament gaming via the Harrah’s Cherokee Casino.
There is plenty of action left on the World Series of Poker Circuit in 2020. Easily take part in events near you or hop on a plane to see if you can score a big win during one of the many WSOPC tournament events.