The World Series of Poker Circuit returns to Hard Rock Tulsa, awarding 16 rings between March 6 - 17.

Las Vegas, Nevada (March 4, 2024) - The World Series of Poker Circuit is on the home stretch, with only six domestic Circuit stops left of the 2023/24 season. Next up is Hard Rock Tulsa.

The series will run between March 6 - 17, kicking off on Wednesday with a familiar event for all the Circuit regulars - the $400 Monster Stack. The Monster Stack is a scheduled two-day affair, and players will start with a sizeable 40,000 starting stack.

Event #3: $400 No-Limit Hold'em is expected to generate one of the largest field of the series, as players have no less than four starting flights to choose from. Flight A and B will get underway at 11 AM and 4 PM on Friday, March 8, followed two more flights the following day. Last year, the event attracted just shy of 1,000 entries, with TJ Cunningham taking it down for a $51,156 payday. 

As always, the schedule include one Ladies Event (March 15) and two Seniors Events (March 10 & 17). 

Other highlights on the schedule include the $600 No-Limit Hold'em Super Stack, the $400 Mystery Bounty, and the $1,700 MAIN EVENT.

WSOP's official Circuit Media Partner, Poker.org, will provide coverage of the full series with end-of-night chip count reports, interviews, highlights of big hands, and much more. Make sure to follow Poker.org on Twitter (@pokerorg) and Instagram (@poker_org_) not to miss any of the action.

All official gold ring winners from this WSOP Circuit stop will qualify for the invitation-only “Tournament of Champions”, held at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles, CA, at the end of the 2023/24 Circuit season. 2024 Online winners will also be eligible to compete in the prestigious event.

Below is a list of all official gold ring events that will run during the Hard Rock Tulsa stop.

For a complete schedule, including satellites and nightly events, click here.

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa is located near the northeastern corner of Oklahoma and is approximately 11 miles east of the Tulsa International airport.