The $1,675 finale of the Palm Beach Kennel Club’s World Series of Poker Circuit kicks off tomorrow. The first of two starting flights in the no-limit hold’em championship begins at noon ET. Players take their seats to 20,000-chip starting stacks with registration remaining open through Level 12. As an amendment to the structure this season, players are permitted one re-entry per flight good for a total of four entries.

Last season’s similarly scheduled finale drew 303 players generating a prize pool of $454,500. After four days of action, Florida pro and bracelet winner Tristan Wade emerged victorious to the tune of his first gold ring, a $106,806 score and a National Championship berth.


Like last year, this year’s Main Event features two starting flights beginning Friday and Saturday at noon. Day 1s are set to log 15 levels with those still alive returning for Day 2 Sunday.

Here’s a closer look at this year’s finale:

-Flight A begins Friday at noon, Flight B Saturday at noon
-$1,675 buy-in gets players 20,000 chips
-Blinds begin at 25/50
-A 60-minute dinner break occurs after Level 12 (at about 6:30 p.m.)
-Registration remains open through Level 12 (until about 9:45 p.m.)
-Day 1 concludes after Level 15 (at about 12:15 a.m.)
-Levels 1-15 are 40 minutes, all remaining levels are 60 minutes
-Advancing players return for Day 2 Sunday at noon
-Winner receives automatic seat in WSOP Global Casino Championship

Live updates from the tournament floor will be available right here on WSOP.com from the time cards go in the air tomorrow to the time the last river card hits the felt Monday.