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World Series of Poker Circuit Stops at Caesars Palace

Last updated: April 14, 2011 at 4:09 pm. Posted by in Caesars Palace, Gaming, Las Vegas Casinos, Rio Las Vegas, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on World Series of Poker Circuit Stops at Caesars Palace.

Now (Apr. 14) through Apr. 30, Caesars Palace is playing host to the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit, a series of tournament events with thousands in prize money at stake.

Caesars Palace is the lucky 13th (out of 15) stops during the 2010-2011 World Series of Poker Circuit season.

Poker events range from $70 buy-in tournaments every morning to the three-day-long $1,600 buy-in Main Event Championship.

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Players who participate in WSOP Circuit events are eligible to compete in the National Championship point race. The top 100 players who qualify at each WSOP Circuit stop will compete in a nationally-televised championship, which will take place at Caesars Palace, May 27-29, 2011.

The World Series of Poker Circuit and its championship should not be confused with the annual poker extravaganza that is the World Series of Poker (May 31 to Jul. 19, 2011) culminating in the No-Limit Hold’em Championship at Rio Las Vegas. Yes, it can be confusing, and we are a trained Las Vegas expert.

Get all the World Series of Poker Circuit event details at the official WSOP site.



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