19 August 2022 (Tulsa, OK) - The World Series of Poker Circuit returns to the Hard Rock Tulsa August 17th - August 28th. This is the third stop of the 2022 Circuit season. The stop includes 16 events and concludes with the $1,700 Main Event, Friday August 26th.
Event #2 ended early Thursday morning, with Reggie Tynes as the last man standing. The second event of the Tulsa Hard Rock Circuit stop drew a field of 289 entries and Tynes took home the $12,542 first prize, coupled with a gold ring and a seat in the Tournament of Champions.
Friday's schedule features the first multi-flight event of the series. Flight A of Event #3: $400 No-Limit Hold'em, will have cards in the air, Friday at 11 AM. The event is a $400 buy-in affair stretched out over four starting flights (two Friday, two Saturday). The second Friday flight will begin at 4 PM.
Players will start with 15,000 chips and play 30-minute levels. Late registration will remain open until the start of of level 9, and Day 1 will play 17 levels before bagging. For full Event #3 Structure, click here.
Check out the full Hard Rock Tulsa Circuit schedule here.
This article was taken from WSOP.com by author Brent Harrington
Satellites: No satellites will be played Friday.
Other Events: 7:00 PM - $135 Nightly No-Limit Hold'em
Event #1: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack - John McMahan has won Event #1 at the Hard Rock Tulsa WSOP Circuit. This is McMahan's first gold circuit ring. He defeated Dan Lowery heads up to claim his first ring.
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