The Palm Beach Kennel Club expects large fields for its second Circuit stop of the season.
West Palm Beach, Fla. (January 29, 2015) – The World Series of Poker Circuit returns to sunny West Palm Beach Wednesday for the second time this season. The Palm Beach Kennel club is the host of the 13th of 21 stops on the 2014-2015 Circuit schedule. The Kennel Club opened the Circuit season in late July and expects larger fields and bigger prize pools this time around. This stop has consistently drawn some of the largest fields on the Circuit, especially when it is hosted during the winter months.
The 13-day series kicks-off Wednesday, February 4 with a $1 million guaranteed event. Event #1 - $580 No-Limit Hold’em Re-Entry is the premier event of the series and one of biggest events on the entire Circuit. Players are allowed unlimited re-entry and may play in as little or as many of the five starting flights as they wish. They may only advance one chip stack through to Day 2.
Earlier this season, the Kennel Club hosted this same re-entry event, but with only half of the guarantee ($500,000) and there was more than $20,000 in overlay. The $1 million guarantee will attract a large field with the potential for overlay in the prize pool once again.
Here is a look at the Event #1 starting flight schedule:
- Flight A - Wednesday, Feb. 4 - 11 a.m.
- Flight B - Thursday, Feb. 5 - 11 a.m.
- Flight C - Friday, Feb. 6 - 11 a.m.
- Flight D - Friday, Feb. 6 - 7 p.m.
- Flight E - Saturday, Feb. 7 - 11 a.m.
The Kennel Club series features 12 gold ring events, a Ladies Event, a Seniors Event and tons of side action, including daily tournaments and cash games.
Here is a look at the schedule for ring events #2-12:
A printable flyer of the ring schedule can be found on WSOP.com under the Event Information tab.
The series will conclude with the $1,675 Main Event. The four-day long Main Event will include two starting flights and players are allowed one re-entry. The winner of the Main Event winner will not only earn the top cash prize, but will also earn a berth to the National Championship where they will compete for an up-to $2 million prize pool and the first gold Bracelet of 2015.
World Series of Poker Bracelet winner, Tristan Wade, won the Main Event title the first time around at this stop. He pocketed $106,806 for his first place finish and captured his first gold ring.
The weather will be nice, the poker will be good, and the prize pools will be big at this stop on the Circuit. Don't miss out on one of the most exciting stops the WSOP has to offer.