Wednesday September 22, 2021 at 7:55 pm

The 2021 World Series of Poker returns to a live setting at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas, but there will be 11 additional online bracelet events at up for grabs. All of the online bracelet events will take place on Sundays. Ten of those events are open to anyone playing online poker in Nevada and New Jersey, while one bracelet event will exclusively be at stake for online players in Pennsylvania.


Get ready for some online bling! And if you happen to live on the border of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, then you're in luck because you're eligible to play in 11 additional World Series of Poker online events that were added to the 2021 WSOP schedule, which will be played out at The live version begins September 30 during its triumphant return to the Rio Casino (which is rumored to be its last) with 88 bracelet events on the docket for vaccinated players. The suits at the WSOP added 11 more online events so a total of 99 live/online bracelets are up for grabs at the 2021 World Series of Poker.

Are you ready for you shot at winning the bling and becoming the next rising star in the world?

Are you a washed up pro desperate for a chance to turn around their luck and career with a big score and bracelet win?

Did the pandemic kick your ass and you've been through some harsh and lean times, but now seeking a big payday?

Do you seek validation at the highest level and want to show off a baller lifestyle?

Do you think you're the best player in your home game and feel like you're always the smartest person in any room you walk into?

Are you a weekend warrior that always wanted to swim with the sharks, go running with the bulls, and wanting to bust a horde of donks with a shot at a massive payday and shot at the bling?

If you said yes to any of those questions, then the World Series of Poker is exactly the place to be this fall in Sin City.

Initially, the live version of the 2021 WSOP had 88 bracelet events set for the Rio, but there will be an additional 11 online events for a total of 99 chances to win a bracelet. Pros that hunt bracelets -- whether its their first bling or their 16th like Hellmuth -- have a chance to add a wrist trophy.

The online bracelet events will run on Sundays to coincide with the Sunday grind at Ten of the events will be at stake for online players in the shared pool between New Jersey and Nevada, so you can be in attendance at the WSOP in Las Vegas but still grind it out for an online bling without leaving your hotel room or home. Plus, there's a special event for Pennsylvania residents, which sounds like it would be a great opportunity to hunt for a bling. Wonder if Hellmuth uses his private jet to whisk him to Pennsylvania for a chance to maximize his efforts to win bracelet #16?

The first Sunday will feature two online bracelet events known as OB#1 $5,3000 NL Freezeout and OB#2 Big 500 with a $500 entry and three chances to fire away at the online bling.

There's also an Ultra Deepstack, Crazy 8s PLO, Mini Main Event, Lucky 7s, and a special $666 buy-in event on Halloween.

OB #5 $1,000 buy-on WSOP Online Championship takes place on Sunday October 24.

There's also a couple of high rollers with OB #7 $3,200 NL High Roller (with dual entry) and OB #8 $7,777 Lucky 7s High Roller (with 2x entries).

The Pennsylvania special event is OB #11 $1,000 Mini Main Event set for November 21.

2021 WSOP ADDED Online Events

OB #1 10/3/21 $5,300 NLH Freezeout

OB #2 10/3/21 $500 Big 500 (3x entry)

OB #3 10/10/21 $400 Ultra Deepstack (2x entry)

OB #4 10/17/21 $888 PLO Crazy 8s (3x entry)

OB #5 10/24/21 $1,000 Online Championship (2x entry)

OB #6 10/3½1 $666 NLH (2x entry)

OB #7 11/7/21 $3,200 High Roller (2x entry)

OB #8 11/14/21 $7,777 Lucky 7s High Roller (2x entry)

OB #9 11/14/21 $777 Lucky 7s NLH

OB #10 1½½1 $1,000 Mini Main Event

OB #11 1½½1 $1,000 Mini Main Event PENNSYLVANIA

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