Good news for players in Domestic Bracelet
The Domestic bracelet event satellites are underway on WSOP.com in New Jersey and Nevada.
Players can now book their seats for the upcoming events in July and the weekly satellites of the main event for $10,000. July 2021 is supposed to host the domestic part of the world series of poker, Online Bracelet Events.
The first satellites have already been conducted on the online poker platform, WSOP.COM. The website has given players based out of Nevada and New Jersey the opportunity to win their respective seats. Daily qualifiers for the online bracelet events are available for $500 and $1000, and the first satellite for the $10,000 main event will be held on June 6th, 2020.
A deviation from the routine
The live actions of the Poker festivals are usually in full swing every year around this time in Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. However, due to the ongoing pandemic, WSOP has delayed the events to the fall season of the year. So, the traditional summer timeframe is filled with domestic and international Online Bracelet Events. There will be 33 bracelet events in both the online series and the domestic series. It will be accessible to all players based out of Nevada and New Jersey. For both the events, the satellites can be qualified by the players with as low as a sum of $5 on the WSOP.com site.
The takeaway for the players
The $5 and $10 satellites for the $500 event takes place regularly at 6 pm and 3.30 pm, respectively.
While Tuesdays and Saturdays host the $30 satellite for $1000 event, and Sundays have two other satellites lined up at 3.30 pm. All of the satellites mentioned above are seat only, and the $10,000 buy-in of the annual flagship event should be claimed by chips during the World Series at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
The online tickets will be added to the account of the winning layer, and any domestic ticket that may still be unused by August 1st will be automatically converted to international tickets with a validity of one year. As of now, only layers based out of Nevada and New Jersey are eligible to play. However, WSOP.com plans on launching the platform for the residents of Pennsylvania and Michigan by the summer of 2021.