Poker Players Can Take Advantage Of 2023 WSOP Live Satellites From May 30
- Players can secure a seat into some of the major events of the series via live satellites
- Satellites begin on May 30 with buy-ins starting at $135
- The schedule includes satellites for the $50K PPC and the $250K SHR
The 54th World Series of Poker (WSOP) live festival is just around the corner and players and fans of the prestigious series will be delighted to know that there will be plenty of live satellites available throughout the festival.
This is good news especially for those who are eager to compete in some of the key events of the series but are deterred by the huge buy-ins.
2023 WSOP Live Satellites
Players may qualify for bracelet events at the 2023 WSOP for as low as $135, thanks to an extensive schedule of live satellites recently released by the organizers. Live satellites will run at the festival’s venue, Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, right from the start of the series on May 31. Satellites to the Mystery Millions kick off a day earlier on May 30.
Players can secure seats to some of the major events on the schedule – which have buy-ins of between $1,000 and $250,000 – for a fraction of the price. For instance, the Mystery Millions has a buy-in of $1,000, but players can get in for as little as $135.
There are lots of mega satellites as well, allowing players to win their way into the festival’s big buy-in events for a more affordable price, including the high rollers. For example, there are live qualifiers costing less than $1,000 that award tickets to mega satellites for the $50K and $100K High Roller events.
Additionally, players can also win their way into the $250K Super High Roller (the biggest buy-in event on the schedule) for only $2,750 via the mega satellite route.
The schedule also features live satellites for multiple events with buy-ins of $10,000, including Dealer’s Choice, Omaha 8 or Better, HORSE, No Limit Hold’em and Short Deck NLHE. Players can qualify for these events for only $1,100.
Enter the $50K PPC for Less Than $1,000
There’s a satellite route for the $50,000 Poker Players Championship (PPC) as well. The PPC is one of the flagship events of the WSOP and is considered the toughest poker tournament in the world. This year, players get the chance to earn a seat into this prestigious tournament for as low as $625.
Some of the satellites will award prizes in the form of casino chips or direct entry into events, depending on the prize value. There are Turbo Mega satellites running in July with a prize value of $10,000 which players can enter for only $1,100, providing a more affordable way for them to enter the $10K Main Event.