29 March 2019 (Las Vegas) - The World Series of Poker Circuit returns to Las Vegas later this week, with the Circuit at Bally's kicking off Thursday afternoon. This is the first time since 2016 the Circuit will come to Bally's. Three years ago, this was one of the most popular stops of the season, with the Main Event drawing more than 1,200 entries.

This time around, the schedule features 13 open ring events, plus three specialty events - a seniors tournament, a tag-team event, and a casino employee's event. Action begins with a $250 Turbo event, scheduled for one day, on March 21 at noon.

The Main Event is scheduled for March 29-Apr 1. There are two starting flights: March 29 and 30 at noon. Then on March 31 and April 1, the Circuit stop culminates with the $2,200 High Roller tournament.

Here is the full schedule of ring events.

Event # Date Time Re-entry
1 21-Mar-19 12:00 PM $250 NLHE Turbo Unlimited
2 22-Mar-19 12:00 PM $400 NLHE Unlimited
3 23-Mar-19 12:00 PM $400 NLHE Single
4 24-Mar-19 12:00 PM $600 NLHE Double-Stack Single
5 25-Mar-19 11:00 AM $400 NLHE - Flight A Unlimited
3:00 PM $400 NLHE - Flight B
7:00 PM $400 NLHE - Flight C - Turbo
6 26-Mar-19 12:00 PM $400 NLHE Single
7 26-Mar-19 4:00 PM $400 Pot-Limit Omaha Unlimited
8 27-Mar-19 12:00 PM $400 NLHE Monster Stack Unlimited
9 28-Mar-19 10:00 AM $250 Seniors Event* Unlimited
10 28-Mar-19 12:00 PM $400 NLHE Single
11 28-Mar-19 4:00 PM $250 Tag Team NLHE* Unlimited
12 29-Mar-19 12:00 PM $1,700 MAIN EVENT - Flight A 1/Flight
30-Mar-19 12:00 PM $1,700 MAIN EVENT - Flight B 1/Flight
13 30-Mar-19 4:00 PM $400 NLHE Unlimited
14 31-Mar-19 12:00 PM $400 NLHE Turbo Unlimited
15 31-Mar-19 4:00 PM $2,200 HIGH ROLLER Unlimited
16 1-Apr-19 12:00 PM $250 Casino Employees NLHE* Unlimited

*Not eligible for Circuit points

There are two automatic entries into the 2019 Global Casino Championship on the line. The winner of the Main Event and the Casino Champion - the player who earns the most Circuit points in the 13 official ring events - earn free seats into this tournament, which features a limited participant pool and a minimum prize pool of $1,000,000. The top 50 players on the year-long Circuit leaderboard also earn free entries, and points are up for grabs in each of the 13 official ring events here at Bally's.