WSOP Goes to Colorado
For the first time in its history the World Series of Poker is visiting Colorado and The Lodge Casino in Black Hawk. The WSOP Circuit will consist of 12 official ring events and loads of side games.
The general manager for The Lodge Casino, J.J. Garcia, said “The Lodge is incredibly excited to be Colorado’s first host for the WSOP Circuit. With all that the Rocky Mountain region offers, we’re expecting players from throughout the country to join us for the Colorado stop. We invite the region’s best poker players to test their skills amongst the best, and look forward to bringing the WSOP experience to players and spectators alike.”
The WSOP Circuit started on March 14 and ends on March 22 with a $1,675 buy-in Main Event Championship.
The Main Event is being played as re-entry with both a morning and an evening flight available to players, there will be a third flight on Saturday. ESPN3 will be broadcasting the final table of each Main Event flight.
The winners of the Main Events at each WSOP Circuit stop will receive automatic entry into the Southern Comfort 100 World Series of Poker National Championship.