World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event at Harveys Lake Tahoe |

World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event at Harveys Lake Tahoe

The Main Event of the World Series of Poker Circuit Harveys Lake Tahoe stop kicks off Friday morning.
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If you go

What: World Series of Poker Circuit Harveys Lake Tahoe Main Event

When: 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 6

Where: Harveys Lake Tahoe

Tickets: Free to spectate


The Main Event at the Harveys Lake Tahoe World Series of Poker Circuit event is set to begin Friday, Nov. 6, and continue through the weekend.

The No-Limit Hold’em poker tournament is the culmination of more than a week of World Series of Poker tournaments at Harveys Lake Tahoe. The four-day Main Event has a $1,675 buy-in and is divided into an “A” tournament and “B” tournament to start, with one beginning Friday morning and the other beginning Saturday morning, to accommodate the number of players.

“The Main Events will be played as re-entry, with a morning and evening flight available to players at most of the stops,” according to a press release from the World Series of Poker. “New this year, players will be afforded the opportunity to re-enter once per flight. So, if they are eliminated, they may re-enter that flight. This allows as many as four total entries — two entries per flight.”

No-Limit Hold’em events with $365 buy-ins will also take place Saturday and Sunday afternoons as part of the circuit stop.

The events are a way to bring a taste of the annual World Series of Poker in Las Vegas to stops around the country.

“We know not everyone can make it out to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker, and this is our way of bringing the flavor and feel of the WSOP to regional markets,” said WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart, in the release.

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