The 50th anniversary of the World Series of Poker has some huge tournaments. But the WSOP is celebrating players with lower bankrolls too this year, with an unprecedented number of tournaments to enter that costs $1,111 or under. Why so precise? You’ll see in the full schedule of the low buy-in events below:

Date Buy-In Event Format
29-May-19 $500 Casino Employees Event NLHE
30-May-19 $500 The BIG 50 NLHE
02-Jun-19 $400 Online NLHE
03-Jun-19 $600 NLHE Deepstack NLHE
04-Jun-19 $1,000 Super Turbo Bounty NLHE
09-Jun-19 $1,000 Double Stack NLHE
09-Jun-19 $600 Online PLO 6-Handed PLO
10-Jun-19 $600 PLO Deepstack PLO
11-Jun-19 $1,000 NLHE NLHE
12-Jun-19 $1,000 PLO PLO
13-Jun-19 $1,000 Seniors Championship NLHE
14-Jun-19 $1,000 Double Stack NLHE
15-Jun-19 $1,000 Double Stack NLHE
16-Jun-19 $800 NLHE Deepstack NLHE
16-Jun-19 $600 Online KO Bounty NLHE
17-Jun-19 $1,000 Super Seniors NLHE
18-Jun-19 $600 Mixed NLHE / PLO Deepstack NLHE / PLO
19-Jun-19 $500 Online Turbo Deepstack NLHE
20-Jun-19 $1,000 Ladies Championship NLHE
23-Jun-19 $800 NLHE Deepstack 8-Handed NLHE
23-Jun-19 $1,000 Online Double Stack NLHE
24-Jun-19 $1,000 Tag Team NLHE
25-Jun-19 $600 Deepstack Championship NLHE
26-Jun-19 $400 Colossus NLHE
28-Jun-19 $888 Crazy Eights NLHE
30-Jun-19 $1,000 Online NLHE
01-Jul-19 $1,000 Mini Main Event NLHE
02-Jul-19 $500 Salute to Warriors NLHE
06-Jul-19 $1,111 Little One for One Drop NLHE
07-Jul-19 $800 Online NLHE
14-Jul-19 $500 Online Summer Saver NLHE

It’s not just the Little One for One Drop that offers great value and boasts a charitable cause at the root of its appeal. The ‘Salute to Warriors’ tournament proceeds will be donated to the USO and other Veteran Organizations, too. Elsewhere, there’s the return of perennial favorites such as the Ladies Event (strictly-speaking a $10k event but with a $9,000 discount for female entrants) and the Seniors Championship.

As well as the traditional low buy-in/big guarantee events that were on the schedule last year, the WSOP have pulled out all the stops in a number of ways. There are eight online events, each of which promises to be full to bursting given their timing between larger tournaments. There’s also a couple of added perks to tournaments, such as the Deepstack Championship, which costs just $600 to enter and has a $10,000 WSOP Main Event ticket added to the first prize.

Recent years have seen a lot of success for tournaments like Colossus ($400) and Crazy Eights  ($888), and the World Series of Poker has gone even further this year, with the ‘BIG 50’ taking the buy-in right down (Hello Phil Ivey!), as well as promising that your first entry is rake-free. With a $5 million guaranteed prize pool in that event and $1 million guaranteed to the winner, it’s sure to live up to its name.

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