As 2016 slowly draws to a close, there are still a number of popular poker tournaments scheduled to take place between November and December. One of those events is the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit which will be held for the 6th consecutive year at the Palm Beach Kennel Club in West Palm Beach.
The WSOP Circuit is scheduled to take place from November 10 to 21 and will feature a number of exciting events including the $1675 WSOP Circuit stop Main Event. WSOP Circuit events at the Palm Beach Kennel Club (PBKC) have already received a good response which is one of the reasons why this is the second circuit stop in 2016. The club hosted the WSOP Circuit back in February 2016 and one in September 2015.
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The PBKC tends to draw some of the top poker players in the country including Harrison Gimbel, Lee Childs, Greg Raymer, the late Chad Brown, Jerry Yang and 2015 WSOP Main Event runner up Joshua Beckley who won the 2015 WSOP Circuit at the PBKC. Players who register for the WSOPC November will be able to enjoy a number of cash game promotions, a number of poker variant games including simulcast and live racing.
In a statement, Noah Carbone, PBKC card room director said “We’re thrilled to be hosting the World Series of Poker Circuit event kicking off our season here at the Palm Beach Kennel Club. We look forward to seeing larger fields in all our events due to our favorable event dates. The tournaments have brought people to PBKC from all over the country that hadn’t experienced this facility before, and many were first-time visitors to beautiful Palm Beach County.”
The WSOP Circuit usually stops at online casinos but the PBKC was the first club to gain an exception in 2011 to host the WSOPC and in doing brought the WSOPC to Florida for the first time in 2011. Since then the PBKC has hosted a number of successful WSOPC events bringing in more than 35,663 players over the years and accounted for more than $18.2 million being distributed in prize money.
Apart from the Main Event, some of the other exciting events include the $365 buy-in NL Hold’em Monster Stack scheduled for November 10; the $365 NL Hold’em Re-Entry event which is a fan favorite and the $580 NL Hold’em Double Stack event on November 12. Twelve WSOPC rings will be given away during the 12 day festival.