The WSOP Circuit travels to Caesars Southern Indiana for the penultimate stop of the 2023/24 season. 

Las Vegas, Nevada (May 7, 2024) - The World Series of Poker Circuit is on the home stretch, with only one more stop to go before the Circuit culminates at the Commerce Casino to crown the winner of the 2024 Tournament of Champions. 

Caesars Southern Indiana will host the second-to-last stop of the 2023/24 season, offering 17 ring events between May 9 - 20.

The series will get underway on Thursday May 9, with the $400 No-Limit Hold'em, followed by a four-flight $400 No-Limit Hold'em event the following day. Last year, the multi-flight event in Southern Indiana drew field exceeding 800 players, generating a total prizepool of $256,320. A similar field is expected this time around. 

Other highlights on the schedule include the $400 Monster Stack (May 14), the $2,200 High Roller (May 16), and the marquee tournament of the series, the $1,700 Main Event

Players that decide to compete in the Main Event will have two starting flights to choose from. Flight A will have cards in the air on Friday May 17 at 11 AM, followed by Flight B the following day with the same start time.

WSOP's official Circuit Media Partner,, 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 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”, which will be held at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles, California, from May 22 to May 24. All 2023 bracelet winners and 2024 Online winners will also be eligible to compete in the prestigious event.

Below is a list of the official gold ring events at the Horseshoe Tunica stop. Click here for a complete schedule, including satellites and nightly events.

Here is a look at the full schedule of ring events:

Caesars Southern Indiana is located in Elizabeth, Indiana, right across the river from Louisville, Kentucky. After 18 months of construction, the rebranded casino opened in 2019, replacing the 21-year-old riverboat casino that operated as Horseshoe Southern Indiana. Guests now have access to a 110,000-square-foot facility, combining dining, retail, entertainment, and gaming, with 16 live tables, making it one of the largest casinos in the state.