The September Circuit Series is kicking off on Tuesday at the WSOP.com, a new event that will run until October 31st. It features no buy-in and no entry fee, but players must earn points to qualify for cash prizes.
The Caesars Online Circuit Series will be held at WSOP.com from September 15 to 26 as part of the World Series of Poker. Players may fight for 12 championship rings and over $1 million in guaranteed prizes during the event.
The tournaments are only open to participants from New Jersey and Nevada. Although the platform is accessible in Pennsylvania, the state is not currently a participant in a shared liquidity market. This week, a PA circuit series continues.
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Take a peek at WSOP.com. Highlights from the Caesars Online Circuit
Players will find mainly No Limit Hold’em tournaments in this series, with one Omaha tournament tossed in for good measure. The $525 Main Event, with a $250,000 guarantee, kicks off the series on Sept. 26. The following are some more noteworthy events:
- Monster Stack for $215 (Event 5, Sept. 19) – A guarantee of $125,000
- $500 Pot Limit Omaha BIG (September 20) – $50,000 guaranteed
- The $1,000 High Roller Six-Max (Event 7, Sept. 21) has a guaranteed prize pool of $100,000.
- Double Stack $320 (Event 11, Sept. 25) – A minimum of $100,000 is guaranteed
Here’s a rundown of everything that’s going on:
Caesars Online Circuit Series WSOP.com
|Sept. 15||NLHE 6-Max is ranked first.||$320||$75,000|
|Sept. 16||NLHE Knockout Freezeout (#2)||$300||$50,000|
|Sept. 17||NLHE Deep Turbo #3||$215||$50,000|
|Sept. 18||NLHE Double Stack #4||$320||$100,000|
|Sept. 19||NLHE Monster Stack #5||$215||$125,000|
|Sept. 20||PLO BIG $500 6-Max #6||$500||$50,000|
|Sept. 21||#7 NLHE 6-Max High Roller||$1,000||$100,000|
|Sept. 22||#8 – NLHE||$215||$75,000|
|Sept. 23||NLHE BIG $500 8-Max #9||$500||$75,000|
|Sept. 24||NLHE Turbo #10||$250||$50,000|
|Sept. 25||NLHE Double Stack #11||$320||$100,000|
|Sept. 26||#12 NLHE NLHE NLHE NLHE NLHE NLHE 8-Max Main Event||$525||$250,000|
There’s still money to be won on the monthly leaderboard.
For each Online Circuit Series, WSOP.com continues to run a $10,000 monthly leaderboard. Every month, the top ten circuit grinders win WSOP.com tournament tickets.
The winner will also be entered into the $250,000 guaranteed WSOP Online Circuit Championship at the end of the year. The tournament is scheduled for December 28 and the winner will receive a WSOP gold bracelet.
Players qualify for the championship by winning one of the following events:
- gold ring occasion
- Leaderboard for the $10,000 Player of the Month
- Freeroll with a Second Chance
Players may also qualify by finishing in the top 50 on the cumulative circuit rankings. Daniel “juice” Buzgon of New Jersey remains in first place on the leaderboard. He owns a total of eight WSOP Circuit rings.
The top ten players on the cumulative leaderboard as of September are as follows:
- “Juice” Daniel 368.30 Buzgon
- 288.70 APokerJoker2
- 277.81 BrockLesnar
- 244.75 SWAGGYB
- 230.85 Slapshot1085
- 229.92 Pollux
- 223.60 Jchak
- 223.12 Crocofantos
- 217.59 Flawlessbink
- 207.38 NostraDonkus
August’s notable wins
There were 12 rings up for grabs in August. Ian “APokerJoke2” Steinman is presently in second place in the Player of the Year standings, behind only Buzgon. In August, Steinman won his sixth WSOP Circuit ring for $23,187 in the $320 Double Stack.
Online grinder in New Jersey In August, Krishna “ninjago” Kalidas won the Big $500 for $23,127. This result followed a final table appearance in a WSOP Online bracelet tournament.
“It was great to finish off with my first ring after a few deep runs this summer,” he told USPoker. “Winning this one feels great since I’ve been playing good and training hard.”
Ryan “joeyisamush” Depaulo has entered the exclusive group of gamers who own a ring and a bracelet. Depaulo won the PLO $500 with a score of $16,681.
In August, Toby “DustinPistons” Lewis won his second circuit ring for $21,236 in the $320 Double Stack. In the $300 Freezeout, David “Dave419” Nodes won his second ring and $14,526.
Stephanie Rivkin, also known as “stephhub31,” has had a hectic summer. She earned her first circuit ring in the $215 Monster Stack for $27,422 in addition to marrying poker player Jason Rivkin.
Freeroll cash at WSOP.com
Ring winners from the September Caesars Circuit will also be included into a $25,000 freeroll on September 28. Freeroll entries are also given to those who place in the top ten on the monthly leaderboard.
On the same day, WSOP.com will offer a Second Chance Freeroll for players who competed in at least three ring events in September. A place in the $250,000 Online Circuit Championship is awarded to the victor of the winner-take-all event.
The Fall Online Super Circuit, which begins in October, is the next circuit series. During the events from October 9 to 26, players may earn an additional 18 rings.