World Series of Poker Circuit Event Coming To Turning Stone Resort Casino March 17

Written By Mike Mazzeo on March 1, 2022 - Last Updated on March 7, 2022
WSOP Satellite Event In New York

The World Series of Poker is finally coming to the Empire State.

WSOP will have its first-ever New York event this year, which begins March 17 at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona.

The 12-day Circuit event will feature 15 opportunities for players to take home a coveted WSOP ring.

WSOP makes New York poker debut

From March 17-28, there will be more than $1 million in guaranteed payouts and a chance to earn a seat at the WSOP Tournament of Champions in Las Vegas. Buy-ins start at $80.

There will also be daily WSOP Satellite Events taking place at The Poker Room until March 16. That includes the opportunity to win a $10,000 seat and travel money for the WSOP Tournament of Champions.

Poker players will square off for a $500,000 grand prize as well as one of 15 WSOP rings. That jewelry is no on display in the Turning Stone Poker Room.

This year’s $10,000 WSOP Main Event begins on July 3, and will now take place on the Strip at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas.

Turning Stone was one of 15 casinos elected to run a WSOP Circuit event — including the only one in the Northeast.

DateTime EventBuy-In
Thursday, March 17 9 a.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 1$80
10 a.m.1No Limit Hold'em $25K Guarantee (Re-Entry) (One-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
4 p.m.2ANo Limit Hold'em $200K Guarantee (Re-Entry) (Two-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Friday, March 189 a.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 2$80
10 a.m.2BNo Limit Hold'em $200K Guarantee (Re-Entry) (Two-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
4 p.m.2CNo Limit Hold'em $200K Guarantee (Re-Entry) (Two-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Saturday, March 199 a.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 2$80
10 a.m.2DNo Limit Hold'em $200K Guarantee (Re-Entry) (Two-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
4 p.m.3No Limit Hold'em (One Re-Entry) (One-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Sunday, March 2010 a.m.4Seniors NLH Re-entry (Limited to Age 50+) (One-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$300
1 p.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 5$100
3 p.m.5Black Chip Bounty NLH $50K GTD (Re-Entry) (Two-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$600
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Monday, March 21 9 a.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 6$80
10 a.m.66 Max NLH $25K GTD (One Re-Entry) (One-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
1 p.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 7$100
3 p.m.7Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry) (Two-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$600
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Tuesday, March 229 a.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 8$80
10 a.m.88 Max NLH $25K GTD (Re-Entry) (One-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
4 p.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 12$250
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Wednesday, March 239 a.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 9$80
10 a.m.9Monster Stack NLH $100K GTD (Re-Entry) (Two-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
4 p.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 11$150
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Thursday, March 249 a.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 10$80
10 a.m.10No Limit Hold'em $25K GTD (Re-Entry) (One-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
1 p.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 11$150
3 p.m.11No Limit Hold'em $50K GTD (1 Re-Entry) (Two-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$1,100
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
9 p.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 12$250
Friday, March 259 a.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 12$250
11 a.m.12ANo Limit Hold'em $500K GTD (1 Re-Entry per Flight) (Three-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$1,700
4 p.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 12$250
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Saturday, March 269 a.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 12$250
11 a.m.12BNo Limit Hold'em $500K GTD (1 Re-Entry Per Flight) (Three-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$1,700
3 p.m.13No Limit Hold'em (One Re-Entry) (One-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$400
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Sunday, March 2710 a.m.14Senior NLH Re-entry (Limited to Age 50) (One-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$300
1 p.m.Mega Satellite Re-Entry into Event No. 15$100
3 p.m.15No Limit Hold'em $50K GTD (Re-Entry) (Two-Day Event - Official Ring Event)$600
7 p.m.Nightly No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry$140
Monday, March 2811 a.m.Last Chance Double Stack NLH (Re-Entry)$250
NoonMain Event Final Table

WSOP arrives as NY online poker emerges on bill

The World Series of Poker makes its New York debut at an interesting time. After all, the Empire State hopes to expand its poker offerings in the future.

Sen. Joe Addabbo recently introduced a bill that would authorize iGaming in the state.

Read more: Assemblyman Plans To Join Senator In Push For Online Casinos In New York

Addabbo told PlayNY the intent is to have NY online poker included in the iGaming bill, “but if I find out that it needs clarification, by all means, I’ll clarify that.

“But it’s ‘online table games’ and poker is a table game.”

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Mike Mazzeo is the Lead Writer for PlayNY, arriving after covering several of New York's professional sports teams in a variety of roles for the past decade. Previously, he served as a beat writer and columnist covering the Brooklyn Nets (ESPN) and New York Yankees (New York Daily News). Mike also covered both the MLB and NBA nationally for Yahoo Sports. In addition, he served as a general assignment reporter for ESPN NewYork.com. He has also had bylines in the New York Times, New York Post, Newsday, Forbes and The Ringer. With PlayNY, Mike brings extensive coverage and unique story angles to what is projected to be one of the biggest and most lucrative online sports betting markets in the country. It's been an arduous and confounding process to get here, but 20 million New Yorkers (many of them die-hards) are now legally able to bet on their favorite sports teams across the state via online and mobile platforms.

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