2023 World Series of Poker registration opens

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Registration for the 2023 World Series of Poker is officially open.

The 2023 WSOP begins in less than two months, running from May 30 to July 18 at the Horseshoe Casino and the Paris Casino in Las Vegas. The 54th WSOP will include 95 live events in Las Vegas as well as 20 online events open to residents of Nevada and New Jersey, seven online events open to residents of Pennsylvania, and seven online events open to residents of Michigan.

Online registration for in-person events in Las Vegas officially opened on Thursday, April 13. Not only can poker players register for the 95 live events online, but for the first time WSOP organizers have also added options for players to book accommodations and airfare at the same time they register for events. The new travel bundle options are available through Caesar Entertainment’s Caesar Rewards.

“This year’s WSOP is poised to break records with an unprecedented range of options to qualify for and attend the WSOP Main Event, widely recognized as the World Championship of poker,” World Series of Poker Senior Vice President and Executive Director, Ty Stewart said in a release.

“We’re excited to offer players an effortless and cost-effective way to book their entire trip to Paris Las Vegas and Horseshoe Las Vegas as they set their sights on becoming poker royalty this summer.”

Online registration is expected to reduce lines and congestion at this year’s 2023 WSOP. Players can register for events and pay for them online and will only need to visit the Champagne Ballroom in the Le Centre Des Convention in Paris Las Vegas once before playing their first event to verify their registration with valid ID.

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Once their ID has been verified players can use self serve kiosks throughout the Horseshoe and Paris to print their seat cards and find their table.

This year’s WSOP Main Event is scheduled to begin on July 3 with the final day on July 17. Last year’s main event drew 8,663 players, the second-largest field all-time in the main event.

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