Las Vegas (23 February 2016) – The World Series of Poker Circuit returns to Las Vegas this week, and will be hosted by Bally’s Hotel and Casino for the first time in more than a decade.

Action begins at Bally’s on Thursday. February 25 with the re-entry event. This $365 tournament features six starting flights—two each on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday—and a $250,000 guaranteed prize pool.

Other highlights include a $580 Big O event (Feb. 29), the $365 Monster Stack tournament (Mar. 3), a $3,250 high roller (Mar. 6), and two turbo tournaments. The Circuit stop culminated with $1,675 Main Event, which has a guaranteed prize pool of $1,000,000.

Here is the full schedule of ring events.

THU 25-Feb 11:00 AM Event #1: NLHE RE-ENTRY - A $365
THU 25-Feb 3:00 PM Event #1: NLHE RE-ENTRY - B $365
FRI 26-Feb 11:00 AM Event #1: NLHE RE-ENTRY - C $365
FRI 26-Feb 3:00 PM Event #1: NLHE RE-ENTRY - D $365
SAT 27-Feb 11:00 AM Event #1: NLHE RE-ENTRY - E $365
SAT 27-Feb 3:00 PM Event #1: NLHE RE-ENTRY - F $365
SUN 28-Feb 12:00 PM Event #2: NLHE $580
MON 29-Feb 12:00 PM Event #4: NLHE $365
MON 29-Feb 4:00 PM Event #5: BIG O $580
TUE 1-Mar 12:00 PM Event #6: NLHE $580
TUE 1-Mar 4:00 PM Event #7: NLHE $365
WED 2-Mar 4:00 PM Event #9: NLHE TURBO $365
THU 3-Mar 12:00 PM Event #10: NLHE MONSTER STACK $365
FRI 4-Mar 12:00 PM Event #11: MAIN EVENT - A $1,675
SAT 5-Mar 12:00 PM Event #12: MAIN EVENT - B $1,675
SUN 6-Mar 11:00 AM Event #13: NLHE $365
SUN 6-Mar 4:00 PM Event #14: HIGH ROLLER $3,250
MON 7-Mar 11:00 AM Event #15: NLHE TURBO $365

Click here for a complete schedule.

Two players at Bally’s will earn free entries (valued at $10,000 each) into the 2016 WSOP Global Casino Championship. The winner of the Main Event and the Casino Champion – the player who earns the most points throughout the 12 ring events – both get their tickets punched to this annual invitation-only tournament, which carries a minimum prize pool of $1,000,000.

A player's room rate is available for players who wish to stay in the Bally's hotel during the event.

The last time the WSOP Circuit stopped at Bally’s was 2005, in the Circuit’s second season. That year, Kido Pham won the Main Event for a first-place of $453,456. He bested a star-studded final table that included two WSOP Main Event champions – Joe Hachem and Scotty Nguyen – as well as JC Tran, who would go on to make a November Nine in 2013.