Players can find more than double the tournament action this November on WSOP.com. Pennsylvania poker players have the opportunity to jump in the Fall Online Championships, landing on Nov. 3-22, with more than $485,000 in guarantees across 60 events.
The series is also available to Michigan, and a combined player pool in Nevada and New Jersey. The WSOP PA events are playing independently of the other states.
WSOP PA fall schedule
Players can find buy-ins from $10-$1,000 listed in the Fall Online Championships.
One of the bigger events is the $109 Main Event on Nov. 20, which includes a $30,000 guarantee. The winner also earns an exclusive WSOP championship belt.
Different tournaments such as bounty events, hi-lo, progressive knockouts and turbos are among some of the game styles available. Besides the Main Event, some other highlights include:
- $30 Pot Limit Omaha Six-Max (Event 34, Nov. 14) – $2,000 guaranteed
- $215 NLHE PKO (Event 39, Nov. 15) – $15,000 guaranteed
- $320 NLHE High Roller Six-Max (Event 60, Nov. 22) – $20,000 guaranteed
Here’s a look at the complete Fall Championships schedule:
Pennsylvania schedule – $485,000 guaranteed
WSOP November PA circuit events
Players can win $300,000 in prizes at the World Series of Poker online November Circuit series. From Nov. 9-20, WSOP.com offers 12 championship ring events and $300,000 in guaranteed prizes overall.
Players must be physically located in Pennsylvania to play in the events. Besides one Pot Limit Omaha event, No Limit Hold’em will be the dish of choice in this series.
- $215 NLHE PKO (Event 1, Nov. 9) – $20,000 guaranteed
- $525 NLHE PKO (Event 5, Nov. 13) – $40,000 guaranteed
- $215 PLO Deepstack (Event 8, Nov. 16) – $15,000 guaranteed
- $525 NLHE Main Event (Event 12, Nov. 20) – $50,000 guaranteed
Pennsylvania schedule – $300,000 guaranteed
Pennsylvania October ring winners
In Pennsylvania, Jon Landis and Francis Sharp both won their second circuit ring. PA resident and pro Jonas Wexler was victorious in event 5 and won his sixth ring.
Another resident, Zachary Gruneberg, caused some double trouble in October. He shipped events 6 and 12 for over $16,000.
Some other Pennsylvania Online Circuit winners included:
- Cole Keenan – Event 3, $10,928
- Justin Vaysman– Event 4, $6,160
- Ryan Mcknight – Event 7, $6,888
- Justin Koniuk– Event 8, $15,923
- Kyle Ciccarello– Event 11, $6,180
Each ring and bracelet winner this year will be eligible for a $1 million freeroll. The Tournament of Champions will return to Las Vegas in 2023.