The latest news in the World Series of Poker is that the dates have been released for the forthcoming 2022 World Series of Poker Europe schedule, as well as all the end-of-year International Circuit Dates too. With 15 opportunities to take home a WSOP bracelet looming large on the horizon, we’ve looked at how players of all levels can hope to fulfil their poker dreams.

WSOP Announce 15 Bracelet Events

Taking place from October 26th until November 16th, the World Series of Poker Europe kicks off in Rozvadov on the Czech Republic’s border with Germany. There are 15 bracelet events that will take place, but while many players will flood to Europe in pursuit of gold, don’t expect players such as Doyle Brunson to make the trip as the 88-year-old won’t even be signing eBay items after a row erupted over sell-ons in the online auction space.

As well as the WSOP Europe schedule, there are plenty of tournaments to rival the recent WSOP Tournament of Champions as 10 more dates have been released for events on the 2022/23 international WSOP Circuit season. Taking place in countries as diverse as Australia, Mexico and Canada, the series will be sure to bring new players to poker from all over the world and in particular, we’d expect Canadian players to flock to events in their thousands.

There’s also a WSOP Circuit series taking place in Rozvadov from September 21st, which lasts through until October 11th at the world-famous King’s Resort. Built around poker, the King’s Casino cardroom is the largest in Europe, so can cope with any crowd that arrives to play for glory.

WSOP Circuit International Events 2022/23:


September 21st to October 11th / King’s Resort, Rozvadov (Czech Republic)

September 22nd to October 2nd / Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort (Aruba)

October 11th to 23rd / Cintermex Convention Center, Monterrey (Mexico)

October 18th to 28th / Unique Hotel, Sao Paulo (Brazil)

November 2nd to 14th / The Star, Sydney (Australia)

November 25th to December 3rd / Holland Casino, Rotterdam (Holland)

December 2nd to 10th / Punta del Este Resort (Uruguay)


January 11th to 23rd / Deerfoot Inn & Casino, Calgary (Canada)

January 14th to 22nd / Es Saadi Marrakech Resort, Marrakech (Morocco)

March 22nd to April 3rd / Casino Royale (St. Maarten)

No Player of the Year Race for WSOPE in 2022

In many recent years, bracelets have been won and points accrued in pursuit of WSOPE bracelets that contribute to the WSOP Player of the Year award. This year, that wasn’t the case, as Daniel Zack celebrated a famous win in the race to become ‘POY’, outlasting others such as the outstanding Daniel Weinman and ‘Cowboy’ Dan Smith in what the man himself called the ‘Summer of Dans’.

With entries ranging from €350 to €50,000, every WSOPE event will have a guaranteed prizepool, with over €12 million on the line over the schedule’s three weeks of poker action. Last year’s WSOP Europe Main Event saw the €10,350-entry event build a bigger than €5 million prizepool, with local lad Josef Gulas Jr. to scoop up the top prize of €1,276,712, with his victory over 687 other entries headlining a thrilling festival. This year’s Main Event takes place between November 11th to 16th.

2022 WSOP Europe Schedule:


26th to 31st October – €350 NLHE The Opener (€500,000 guarantee)

29th October to 1st November – €550 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Max (€200,000 gte)

31st October to 4th November – €1,350 Mini Main Event (€1,000,000 gte)

1st to 2nd November – €2,000 Pot-Limit Omaha (€200,000 gte)

3rd to 7th November – €550 NLH Colossus (€1,000,000 gte)

6th to 7th November – €5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha (€150,000 gte)

7th to 8th November – €1,650 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max (€200,000 gte)

7th to 8th November – €25,000 No-Limit Hold’em Platinum High Roller (€1,000,000 gte)

8th to 9th November – €2,200 Short Deck (€100,000 gte)

9th to 10th November – €2,000 8-Game Mix (€100,000 gte)

10th to 11th November – €50,000 No-Limit Hold’em Diamond High Roller (€2,000,000 gte)

11th to 16th November – €10,350 Main Event (€5,000,000 gte)

13th to 14th November – €1,650 PLO/NLHE Mixed (€200,000 gte)

14th November – €1,100 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty Hunter (€200,000 gte)

15th November – €1,000 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Freezeout (€150,000 gte)

Dave Consolazio

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