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WSOP Returns To Hard Rock Casino Tulsa

World Series of Poker resumes its international tour at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa from March 15-26.

The tournament consists of 46 events over 12 days, including the first-ever $1 million guaranteed No-Limit Holdum Championship event starting Thursday, March 22, and running through Monday, March 26. WSOP also hosts a $250,000 No-Limit Holdum event on its first weekend, featuring four flights over two days. This year, the stop features 12 official WSOP circuit-ring events and senior no-Limit Holdum and women's events.

Event buy-ins range from $135 to $2,200. Satellite qualifying buy-ins range from $65 to $275.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa Circuit is the 21st stop of the tour, which began in August at Harrah's Casino in North Carolina. The event is the second WSOP Circuit series hosted by Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa and is one of three to take place in Oklahoma. Last year's event received more than 7,500 entries from 37 states and three foreign countries. More than $2.5 million was awarded in prize money.

The athletes will follow in the footsteps of last year's circuit winner William Berry. A resident of Norman, Oklahoma, won $180,806 in the main event, which involved 574 contestants competing for $861,000. The top 63 contestants finished with the money.

Athletes can participate in the 2017-18 Global Casino Championship in any of the following ways: (a) winning the circuit main event at either domestic or international stops; (b) winning the "Casino Championship" defined as the player at each stop earning the most points during the 12-event gold ring schedule at either domestic or international stop; or (c) being one of the top 50 cumulative points winners for an entire season in which they have not qualified otherwise: (Domestic Tours only).

WSOP Circuit Events is a series of poker competitions held throughout the United States and around the world, starting in early August each year and culminating in the summer of the following year, with the $1,000,000 Global Casino Championship, where the winner wins the WSOP Gold Bracelet.
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