1 October 2019 (Baltimore, MD) - The World Series of Poker Circuit moves to the Horseshoe Baltimore for 13 events. The stop is the ninth stop on this season's circuit, which included one online circuit series that concluded Sunday.
The series kicks off with a five-starting flight $250,000 Guarantee No-Limit Hold'em tournament. The buy-in for the opening event is $250.
Twelve of the 13 events are No-Limit Hold'em and there will be one $600 Pot-Limit Omaha event on Tuesday, October, 8.
The $500,000 Guarantee main event will start on Friday, October 11. The $1,700 buy-in event will have two starting flights.
The last time the Circuit was in Baltimore was May of 2018, and Mike Jukich took down the Main Event title for $165,438 after he topped a field of 513 players to claim his first WSOP gold circuit ring.
The series features a $3,250 High Roller (October 13), a $400 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Max (October 8), and a $400 No-Limit Hold'em Double-Stack Turbo to close the series on Monday, October 14.
At this stage in the circuit season, Jeff Trudeau finds himself atop the National Leaderboard with two circuit rings and $106,719 in total winnings so far on six cashes. Vincent Mostcati, Christopher Underwood, Carlos Loving, and Robert Keeling round out the top five.
Here is a look at the complete schedule:
Click here for a pdf of the schedule.