This influx of 2019 WSOP online bracelet events might seem a little surprising. After all, the series has become famous for its live action.
However, the world’s largest poker tournament event is simply trying to better showcase their Nevada-based internet poker room.
They’re also trying to cater to players’ requests over the last few years. The online bracelet tournaments have been very popular so far.
2019 WSOP Online Tournament Schedule
Sunday is traditionally online poker’s biggest day in terms of traffic. The WSOP is keeping with this tradition by hosting one bracelet tourney on every Sunday from June 2 to July 14.
The only exceptions include two tournaments on June 19 and July 3, which are both Wednesdays. Every internet event will start at 3:30pm PT.
Other Details on 2019 WSOP Online Events
One selling point to the online tourneys is that they’ll be pretty affordable for the average player.
Only three out of the nine events will feature a buy-in worth over $1,000. Those seeking a cheaper alternative to the land-based Rio tournaments will appreciate these buy-ins.
History of WSOP Online Tournaments
The history of internet WSOP tournaments dates back to 2015 and ’16, when only two such events ran. These tourneys were special, because the final tables were actually featured live at the Rio.
However, some players only traveled across the Nevada border specifically for the online tourneys. Certain players who made the final tables were then forced to travel a few more hours just to finish their respective event at the Rio. The WSOP heard the complaints and have decided to make each of this year’s internet events strictly online.
Last year featured four online bracelet tournaments. In 2019, WSOP officials have decided to more than double this number to nine tourneys.