Caesar’s 54th WSOP Tournament at Horseshoe Las Vegas Planned For February

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The former Bally’s Las Vegas hotel, now renamed Horseshoe Las Vegas, will host this year’s Caesar’s 54th World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit Tournament for the very first time.

The tournament from the state-of-the-art poker content provider is a legacy of Caesar’s first WSOP tournament that was played in 1970 at the original Horseshoe Las Vegas.

Hotel renovation:

Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment is currently renovating the entire venue for the scheduled tournament.

The company also rebranded the entire hotel to the epic Horseshoe brand last month.

In the summer, when the official tournament reach the city, the hotel suites and casino floor will look much fresher than last year.

However, the poker room at the Horseshoe has already been renovated and freshly remodeled and Las Vegas poker players are raving about the quality of the brand new room.

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Reduced room rates will be introduced at all tournament’s locations throughout the tournament, with a discount code for those who book early.

Tournament description:

After the outstanding WSOP tournament that was held in March 2022 and featured 197,626 participants from more than 100 countries and the largest prize pool to date of $347.9 million, this 54th tournament will begin on February 9th and will last until February 23rd.

The tournament will have 18 Circuit rings distributed to the winners of the tournament until February 23rd.

Throughout the last day of the tournament, the Horseshoe will also host a $400 mega satellite to the 2023 WSOP Main Event, which is scheduled to start on July 3rd at the same venue.

The tournament officially begins with a $400 no-limit hold-em tournament and a $1.700 buy-in Main Event. The Main Event is scheduled for February 17.

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Among other events, the highlights of the tournament are the $1.125 Mystery Bounty (February 18), $250 Ladies Event (February 14) and $3,000 High Roller (February 22).

However, among the highlights of the entire series are the 3 scheduled non-hold’em events such as $400 Omaha/8 (February 15), $400 H.O.R.S.E. (February 16) and $400 Pot-Limit Omaha (February 21).

Released schedule:

The full schedule of the highly anticipated tournament is:

DATES BUY-IN EVENT # TOURNAMENT
Feb. 9-11 $400 1 No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 11 $600 2 No-Limit Hold’em Big 30k Stack
Feb. 12 $250 3 No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 13-15 $600 4 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 14-15 $250 5 Ladies Event No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 15-16 $600 6 Seniors Event No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 15-16 $400 7 Omaha 8
Feb. 16-17 $400. 8 Seniors Event No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 16-17 $400 9 H.O.R.S.E.
Feb. 17-21 $1,700 10 Circuit Main Event No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 17-18 $2,200 11 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 18-21 $1,125 12 Mystery Bounty No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 20-21 $400 13 No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 21-22 $600 14 No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 21-22 $400 15 Pot-Limit Omaha
Feb. 22-23 $400 16 No-Limit Hold’em Double Stack
Feb. 22-23 $3,000 17 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em
Feb. 23 $250 18 No-Limit Hold’em
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