The 2016/2017 WSOP Circuit season makes its first of two stops on the Las Vegas strip on Thursday morning. Planet Hollywood hosts the third stop of the young Circuit season and will award 12 more rings and two more automatic berths into the Global Casino Championship.

Action kicks off with a massive no-limit hold'em re-entry event. The $365 buy-in has six starting flights over three days and carries a $150,000 guaranteed prizpeool. The first three days of action will be dedicated solely to this event. There will be flights starting at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. with the survivors from each flight coming back on Sunday for Day 2.

On Sunday, the series starts to hit its stride with two more events kicking off alongside the restart of the re-entry event. The schedule is filled with the $580 and $365 no-limit hold'em events that have become mainstays on the Circuit. The only non-hold'em ring event on the slate is a $580 Pot-Limit Omaha event with a single re-entry.

The series is highlighted by the $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event. The main event at Planet Hollywood has always been one of the more star-studded events on the schedule. Last November, the event drew 1,304 entries which generated a prizepool of more than $1.9 million. Sean Berrios outlasted the competition to take home $347,192 and his first ring.

The $1,675 main event is the Circuit's signature event, but it isn't the biggest buy-in on the schedule. High roller events were put on the schedule at select stops last year and after having one of the bigger turnouts for the Circuit high roller events, Planet Hollywood is bringing it back again this year.

Joe Kuether took down last year's Planet Hollywood High Roller. He topped a field of 103 players to win $93,599 after besting Jean Gaspard heads-up to add another accomplishment to his already lengthy poker resume. The big difference this year is that they are upping the buy-in. Last year's high roller was a $3,250, but this year, the buy-in has been raised to $5,300.

The high roller event starts at 4 p.m. on Sunday, September 4. It will run alongside Day 2 of the main event and wrap up on the final day of the series.

Here is a look at this year's full ring event schedule:

  • Event #1A: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry (Thursday, August 25, 11 a.m.)

  • Event #1B: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry (Thursday, August 25, 4 p.m.)

  • Event #1C: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry (Friday, August 26, 11 a.m.)

  • Event #1D: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry (Friday, August 26, 4 p.m.)

  • Event #1E: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry (Saturday, August 27, 11 a.m.)

  • Event #1F: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry (Saturday, August 27, 4 p.m.)

  • Event #2: $580 No-Limit Hold'em (Sunday, August 28, 12 p.m.)

  • Event #3: $365 No-Limit Hold'em (Sunday, August 28, 4 p.m.)

  • Event #4: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Six Max (Monday, August 29, 12 p.m.)

  • Event #5: $580 No-Limit Hold'em (Tuesday, August 30 12 p.m.)

  • Event #6: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack (Wednesday, August 31, 12 p.m.)

  • Event #7: $580 Pot-Limit Omaha Single Re-Entry (Thursday, September 1, 12 p.m.)

  • Event #8: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Turbo (Thursday, September 1, 4 p.m.)

  • Event #9A: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event (Friday, September 2, 12 p.m.)

  • Event #9B: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event (Saturday, September 3, 12 p.m.)

  • Event #10: $580 No-Limit Hold'em (Sunday, September 4, 12 p.m.)

  • Event #11: $5,300 No Limit Hold'em High Roller (Sunday, September 4, 4 p.m.)

  • Event #12: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Turbo (Monday, September 5, 12 p.m.)

The action doesn't stop with just the ring events. There are plenty of non-ring events and satellites running every day. A complete look at all of the events can be found on the property's website