Fish For A Seat Into The WSOP Circuit Lake Tahoe Main Event On

Written By Martin Derbyshire on October 30, 2017
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[toc]The World Series of Poker Circuit is back in Lake Tahoe, and players can still win their way into the $1,675 Main Event through online satellites on In fact, $30 WSOP Circuit Lake Tahoe satellites are running on the site every day at 6 p.m. local time for players in Nevada.

Plus, players can win their way into these satellites for as little as $3 through super satellites on the site. These are also running daily. The online satellite program will be running through Nov. 3.

The first of two starting flights for the $1,675 WSOP Circuit Lake Tahoe Main Event begins Friday, Nov. 3 at 11 a.m. Players are allowed one re-entry per starting flight. Additionally, the second starting flight goes off Saturday, Nov. 4 at 11 a.m.

The WSOP Circuit at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe

Harvey’s Lake Tahoe in Stateline, NVis hosting the series. The casino has been a mainstay on the schedule throughout the WSOP Circuit’s 14-year history. The Caesars Entertainment property features a 740-room hotel with six restaurants and an 87,500 square-foot casino. Plus, the casino itself features more than 900 slots, close to 100 table games, and a race and sports book.

WSOP Circuit Lake Tahoe preliminary events actually kicked off at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe this past weekend with a $365 no-limit hold’em re-entry event featuring three starting flights. The event drew 513 entries creating a $153,900 prize pool.

Other events on the schedule

  • $365 no-limit hold’em 6-handed
  • $365 no-limit hold’em MONSTER STACK
  • $580 no-limit hold’em

Past WSOP Circuit Lake Tahoe Main Event winners include Chris Ferguson, Michael Binger, and Jeff Lisandro, who beat Phil Ivey heads-up in a $10,000 Main Event in 2005.

The biggest online poker room in Nevada is the largest regulated online poker room in the state. In addition to WSOP Circuit Lake Tahoe satellites, the site runs online satellites for some of the WSOP’s biggest events.

Plus, offered players the chance to win a WSOP bracelet online the past three years. The first two years saw a single $1,000 online tournament on, with the final tables played out live. However, in 2017, hosted three bracelet events playing to a complete conclusion online. This included:

  • $333 Little Grind Online Bracelet WSOP Event #8
  • $3,333 Buy-In Big Grind Online Bracelet WSOP Event #61
  • $1,000 Buy-In Classic Online Bracelet WSOP Event #71

The Nevada site has shared player pools with online poker sites in Delaware since 2015. Earlier this month, New Jersey signed on to share online poker player pools with Nevada and Delaware as well. is expected to be the first site to share player pools across all three markets.

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Martin Derbyshire is an award-winning journalist, video and film producer with a decade of experience covering the brick and mortar casino, poker and iGaming industries. He has produced content for top media outlets including PokerNews, Bluff Magazine and PokerListings, and has crossed the globe scooping stories and interviewing major players in all corners of the high-stakes gambling world.

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