The World Series of Poker Circuit returns to the Horseshoe Tunica on Thursday, marking the beginning of the second Circuit stop of 2016. Last season, the Tunica stop of the tour moved to the Horseshoe for the first time, and now returns to the venue for the second year.

The Horseshoe will use the familiar 12-rings-in-12-days format, starting with a $365 No-Limit Hold’em event on Thursday. Highlights of the schedule include a pot-limit Omaha event (also held on Thursday), a re-entry tournament (flights begin Friday and Saturday), a six-max event (Monday, Jan 25), a monster-stack tourney (Wednesday, Jan 27), and of course, the Main Event.

Discounted hotel rates are available to players at the Horseshoe and at nearby hotels. Click here for details.

Here’s the full schedule of ring events at the Horseshoe Tunica.

Date Time Event # Buy-in Event
21-Jan 11:00 AM 1 $365 No Limit Hold'em
21-Jan 4:00 PM 2 $365 Pot-Limt Omaha
22-Jan 11:00 AM 3 $365 No Limit Hold'em
22-Jan 4:00 PM 4A $365 No Limit Hold'em Re-entry
23-Jan 11:00 AM 4B $365 No Limit Hold'em Re-entry
23-Jan 4:00 PM 4C $365 No Limit Hold'em Re-entry
24-Jan 3:00 PM 5 $365 No Limit Hold'em
25-Jan 11:00 AM 6 $365 No Limit Hold'em 6-Max
26-Jan 11:00 AM 7 $365 No Limit Hold'em
27-Jan 11:00 AM 8 $365 No Limit Hold'em Monster Stack
28-Jan 11:00 AM 9 $580 No Limit Hold'em
29-Jan 11:00 AM 10A $1,675 MAIN EVENT
30-Jan 11:00 AM 10B $1,675 MAIN EVENT
31-Jan 3:00 PM 11 $365 No Limit Hold'em
1-Feb 11:00 AM 12 $365 No Limit Hold'em Turbo

Click here for a full schedule, including satellites and non-ring events.

Last year, Johnny Landreth won the Main Event, besting a field of 457 entries to earn nearly $150,000 and his first WSOP Circuit ring.

As with every stop on the domestic WSOP Circuit, two free seats into the 2016 WSOP Global Casino Championship are up for grabs. The Global Casino Championship is an invitation-only tournament with a minimum prize pool of $1,000,000. The free seats—valued at $10,000 each—go to the winner of the Main Event and to the Casino Champion, the player who earns the most Circuit points in the 12 ring events at Choctaw.

For more information on the 2015/2016 WSOP Circuit, click the links below.