Michigan joins Pennsylvania, New Jersey, & Nevada to get their own bracelet series — meaning a total of 29 online bracelet events will be running this summer along with 88 live bracelets. It has been more than a month since WSOP launched in Michigan and one of the biggest questions was — when would Michiganders be able to compete for the World Series of Poker gold bracelets from the comfort of their own homes?
Well, that has officially been answered now as the WSOP officials have revealed the schedule for WSOP MI’s first-ever online bracelet series , pokerfuse can reveal.
Set to run from June 5, just as in other states, a total of eight bracelet events will be on offer for players in the Great Lakes State, running every Sunday until July 17 and one on Saturday, July 16.
Unfortunately, at least for this year, the bracelet events will be exclusive to Michigan players and will not be joined with the New Jersey & Nevada player pool as the state has yet to review and officially join the Multi-State Internet Gaming Agreement (MSIGA) .
That day is not too far off, as the state regulatory board — the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) — is “confident” it will “sign [MSIGA] expeditiously” once the review is completed by the State Attorney General. It is quite possible that, by the time the next online bracelet event is held, WSOP MI would have connected its player pools with WSOP NJ & NV, resulting in much bigger tournament fields across the board.
But before that happens, Michigan online poker players will have the best chance to net a gold bracelet as the fields are expected to be small considering the player pool will be confined to a single state. Last verified: May 2022 $50 in free play with bonus code FUSEBONUS50
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WSOP MI First-Ever Online Bracelet Schedule Details As for the schedule, it replicates exactly what has been on offer for players in Pennsylvania . A total of eight bracelets will take place with […]
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