The 2017/2018 Worlds Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit season’s second-to-last stop is set to hit Baltimore tomorrow. The Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is to host a total of twelve ring events that are to kick on April 26th through May 7th, with only one WSOP Circuit stop left until the end of the season.
As mentioned above, the Horseshoe Baltimore series is to offer 12 circuit ring events, with the Main Event featuring a $500,000 guaranteed prize pool.
A variety of events, starting with a $365 No-Limit Hold’em tournament are to kick off over the series. The second event of WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Baltimore is to offer five starting flights as well as the second-biggest guarantee over the series. The guaranteed prize pool of the NLHE tournament is to amount to $250,000, and players will be provided with a re-entry option as well.
In addition, the next days will see a number of other No-Limit Hold’em event, including a Monster Stack Re-Entry, a 6-Hand Re-Entry, a Turbo event, etc. A $365 Pot-Limit Omaha tournament is to be also available, as well as a $3,250 NLHE High Roller and a NLHE Double Stack Turbo event. Of course, as mentioned above, the $1,675 Main Event is to be the crown jewel of the WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Baltimore Series, with a massive guaranteed prize of $500,000 to be offered, as well as two starting flights and multiple satellite events.
Traditional $250 Seniors and $136 Ladies Events are also to be held during the series, offering a re-entry option.
Harrah’s Cherokee Circuit Summary
With US poker professional Dylan Wilkerson emerging victorious from the $1,675 NLHE Main Event, the WSOP Harrah’s Cherokee Circuit was brought to an end with the 24th stop of the 2017/2018 season of one of the largest live poker circuits on a global scale being brought to an end.
The events of the Harrah’s Cherokee Circuit saw a list of well-known poker players with some of them becoming multiple ring winners, such as Michael Sewell and Gregory Kolo. According to data provided by the World Series of Poker Circuit’s organisers, the 12 official ring event of the series which took place in Harrah’s Cherokee Casino attracted a total of 9,195 entrants, and monetary prizes amounting to an overall $4,261,200 were paid out.
The events of the series gathered both veterans and newcomers, with a number of excellent performances seen, such as the one of the local live poker star Matthew Higgins who had been known for a number of impressive Day 1 performances in two previous editions of WSOP Circuit Main Events which took place at Harrah’s Cherokee, but unfortunately, had not brought him the victory at the end.