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PokerGO 2024 WSOP Preview: Bracelet Events

By Tim Duckworth
May 28, 2024

PokerGO 2024 WSOP Preview

The clock has ticked down at PokerGO Headquarters as the 2024 World Series of Poker (WSOP) is finally here!

The 2024 WSOP will run from May 28 to July 17 with 99 live gold bracelet events, and a select number of online gold bracelet events set to be announced soon. PokerGO will be livestreaming approximately 30 gold bracelet events including the $10,000 buy-in WSOP Main Event to amount to more than 300 hours of livestreams.

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The WSOP Main Event livestreams will begin on July 3 and run through until a winner is crowned on July 17. The WSOP bracelet event livestreams will begin on May 30 and run through to July 2.

2024 WSOP Bracelet Livestreams

PokerGO has picked out a variety of WSOP bracelet events to livestream this summer. The highlights include the $50,000 Poker Players Championship, $250,000 Super High Roller, $100,000 High Roller, and the $1,000 Mystery Millions where two $1,000,000 mystery bounties can be drawn.

New events being livestreamed by PokerGO include the $5,000 Champions Reunion, $500 WSOP Kickoff, $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha, $10,000 Big O Championship, and the $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em / Pot-Limit Omaha Double Board Bomb Pot.

Date Stream Time Event
Thursday, May 30 5 p.m. Event #1: $5k Champions Reunion
Friday, May 31 1 p.m. Event #3: $500 WSOP Kickoff
Saturday, June 1 1 p.m. Event #6: $25k Heads-Up Championship
Sunday, June 2 5 p.m. Event #8: $5k Pot-Limit Omaha
Monday, June 3 7 p.m. Event #10: $10k Omaha Hi-Lo Championship  (Day 3) [link here]
Tuesday, June 4 5 p.m. Event #5: $1k Mystery Millions
Wednesday, June 5 5 p.m. Event #12: $1.5k NLH 6-Max
Thursday, June 6 5 p.m. Event #17: $800 NLH Deepstack
Friday, June 7 5 p.m. Event #16: $5k NLH 8-Max
Saturday, June 8 5 p.m. Event #21: $25k NLH High Roller 6-Max
Sunday, June 9 2 p.m. Event #23: $1.5k NLH Shootout
Monday, June 10 5 p.m. Event #24: $10k PLO Hi-Lo Championship
Tuesday, June 11 5 p.m. Event #26: $25k NLH High Roller 8-Max
Tuesday, June 11 5 p.m. Event #20: $300 Gladiators
Wednesday, June 12 5 p.m. Event #29: $10k 2-7 Triple Draw
Wednesday, June 12 5 p.m. Event #28: $1.5k NLH Freezeout
Thursday, June 13 5 p.m. Event #31: $3k NLH 6-Max
Friday, June 14 5 p.m. Event #34: $2.5k NLH Freezeout
Friday, June 14 5 p.m. Event #36: $800 NLH Deepsack
Saturday, June 15 5 p.m. Event #37: $10k Big O Championship
Sunday, June 16 5 p.m. Event #39: $50k NLH High Roller
Monday, June 17 5 p.m. Event #42: $10k Stud
Monday, June 17 5 p.m. Event #41: $1.5k NLH/PLO Double Board
Tuesday, June 18 1 p.m. Event #47: $100k NLH High Roller (Day 1)
Wednesday, June 19 1 p.m. Event #47: $100k NLH High Roller (Day 2)
Thursday, June 20 5 p.m. Event #47: $100k NLH High Roller
Thursday, June 20 5 p.m. Event #38: $1.5k Monster Stack
Friday, June 21 5 p.m. Event #49: $3k NLH Freezeout
Saturday, June 22 1 p.m. Event #55: $250k Super High Roller (Day 2)
Sunday, June 23 5 p.m. Event #55: $250k Super High Roller
Sunday, June 23 5 p.m. Event #57: $10k NLH Turbo
Monday, June 24 2 p.m. Event #58: $50k Poker Players Championship (Day 2)
Tuesday, June 25 2 p.m. Event #58: $50k Poker Players Championship (Day 3)
Wednesday, June 26 2 p.m. Event #58: $50k Poker Players Championship (Day 4)
Thursday, June 27 5 p.m. Event #58: $50k Poker Players Championship
Thursday, June 27 1 p.m. Event #54: $1.5k Millionaire Maker
Friday, June 28 5 p.m. Event #65: $5k Seniors High Roller
Saturday, June 29 5 p.m. Event #66: $10k PLO Championship
Sunday, June 30 5 p.m. Event #72: $10k NL 2-7 Single Draw
Monday, July 1 5 p.m. Event #71: $1k Ladies Championship
Tuesday, July 2 1 p.m. Event #73: $25k PLO High Roller
Tuesday, July 2 7 p.m. Event #70: $400 Colossus

WSOP livestream schedule subject to change. Visit www.pokergo.com/schedule for up-to-date WSOP events being livestreamed this summer.

What Have You Missed on PokerGO?

The past two months have been incredibly busy on PokerGO with the U.S. Poker Open and Texas Poker Open wrapping up from the PokerGO Studio and Champions Club Texas, respectively.

Aram Zobian was crowned the U.S. Poker Open champion and awarded the Golden Eagle Trophy and a $25,000 PGT Passport. Ren Lin won the Texas Poker Open Main Event for $400,000.

Following Season 4 of No Gamble, No Future wrapping up in March, Season 12 of High Stakes Poker concluded in mid-May. Your favorite players battled in some of the biggest pots in High Stakes Poker history as Andrew Robl, Santhosh Suvarna, Nik Airball, Phil Laak, Brandon Adams, and Jennifer Tilly weren’t afraid to let the cash fly.

Connect with PokerGO on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and TikTok. Watch daily poker clips on the PokerGO YouTube channel. Join the conversation on the PokerGO Discord server.

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Tim Duckworth

After finding the game of poker while completing his Bachelor of Commerce degree at university, Tim Duckworth’s life took an unexpected turn as he found himself covering his first poker tournament following the 2007 World Series of Poker. That tournament would kickstart his freelance poker journalist career that has seen him travel the entire world […]

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