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  1. The World Series of Poker is the largest festival in the poker world for both their No Limit and Mixed Game offerings. Buy-ins reaching up to $50,000 for non-Hold'em games can only be found at the Rio for seven weeks every summer. These events often have a great impact on the WSOP Player of the Year race and should have a dense population of familiar faces for the full schedule. Only a single new addition to the schedule game-wise comes from Pot Limit Omaha. Three events are listed, two live and the third online. The PLO Giant follows the template of its No Limit cousin with flights every Sunday for the schedule leading up to the Day 2 restart on July 2. Flights are available June 3-July 1 with unlimited re-entry and payouts for each flight. The $565 Six Max PLO event adds a new element to the WSOP.com bracelet offerings. For the first time ever on June 22, players can compete for a four-card online bracelet. As usual, Pot Limit Omaha is available this summer for standard events at the $1,000, $1,500, $3,000, $10,000, and $25,000 buy-in levels. The inaugural $1,500 PLO Bounty event premieres on July 6. The standard offering of $1,500 and $10,000 mixed games returns. All games from the 8-game mix (HORSE, PLO, 2-7 Triple Draw) are on the schedule in the low and high variety. Also available are the $1,500 and $10,000 2-7 Single Draw events. Other events that claim the $1,500 and $10,000 offering include PLO8 and Dealer's Choice. 8-Game Mix can be found in only the $1,500 bin. HORSE is of the $1,500, $3,000, and $10,000 variety this summer. The $1,500 Omaha-mix returns on June 16. The popular format includes Big O, Omaha Hi-Lo, and PLO8. For the third consecutive year, the $2,500 Triple Draw Mix is back. A-5, 2-7, and Badugi are on the menu in a tough event that claims Chris Vitch and Jesse Martin as it's two winners. The event starts on June 2. The $2,500 price point carries over to the $2,500 Big Bet Mix which premiered last year. Jens Lakemeier overcame a final table of Jerry Wong, Jason Stockfish, and AJ Kelsall to win the $112,232 first-place prize. The field reached 197 entrants. The single re-entry event carries the non-bracelet event games of Big O, No-Limit Five-Card Draw High, and Pot-Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw. The final event on the $2,500 list is the Omaha Hi-Lo/Stud Hi-Lo mix. Smith Sirisakorn won the 2017 edition for $215,902 in his first and only live tournament cash. A total of 405 players entered last year. The $50,000 Poker Players Championship kicks off on June 15. The five-day event brought out 100 entrants in 2017. Elior Sion notched his first bracelet win against a ferocious final table of Paul Volpe, Ike Haxton, and Daniel Negreanu. The Six Max event plays with an eight-game mix. The $10,000 Championship events always include top-tier talent walking away with jewelry and James Obst, John Racener, John Monnette, and Abe Mosseri were among those who posed for winner's photos in 2017. David Bach won his two bracelets last summer in the $1,500 Dealers Choice and the $10,000 HORSE. When the doors to the Rio open on May 30, players from around the globe congregate with varying game specialties looking to bring a piece of hardware home.
  2. Poker players have always loved the summer in Las Vegas, but it wasn’t until more recent years that their love has extended beyond the walls of the World Series of Poker as more and more events pop up around Sin City. Also gaining in affection recently are mixed games and there are more mixed game tournaments taking place in Las Vegas during the summer than ever before. If you fancy mixed games, you no longer need to look at the WSOP schedule and staying cooped up inside the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino. There are dozens of these events around town. Here are some of the best, non-WSOP mixed game tournaments to play in Las Vegas this summer. Orleans H.O.R.S.E. Championship Where: The Orleans Hotel & Casino When: Sunday, June 2, at 11 a.m. Buy-In: $400 Guarantee: $50,000 Starting Chips: 20,000 Click for Structure If you like low buy-in mixed games, the Orleans is a place you’ll want to frequent this summer. Every year, the Orleans does a solid job of putting together an accessible schedule of events for players of all games. On the 2019 Orleans Summer Poker Series schedule is a $400 H.O.R.S.E. Championship event with a $50,000 guaranteed prize pool. Players start with 20,000 in chips and levels are 30 minutes long. Once the event hits the money, the level times increase to 45 minutes. Late entries and re-entries are available until the start of Level 9, and the event is slated as a one-day tournament. Of the $400 buy-in, $335 goes to the prize pool and $65 is withheld for “admin, staffing, and promo fees.” That’s a 16.25% rake. Orleans 8-Game Mix Championship Where: The Orleans Hotel & Casino When: Saturday, June 8, at 11 a.m. Buy-In: $400 Guarantee: $50,000 Starting Chips: 20,000 Click for Structure If you're looking for a little more excitement than the limit games of H.O.R.S.E. provide but still want a smorgasbord of variants within one tournament, then the $400 8-Game Mix Championship on the 2019 Orleans Summer Poker Series schedule will be right up your alley. In similar fashion to the H.O.R.S.E. event on the weekend prior, the 8-Game Mix Championship starts players with 20,000 in chips and levels will be 30 minutes before the money and 45 minutes in the money. Six hands of each game will be played, with the standard H.O.R.S.E. rotation in the mix, plus 2-7 triple draw, no-limit hold’em, and pot-limit Omaha. Late entries and re-entries are available until the start of Level 9, and the event is listed as a one-day tournament. Of the $400 buy-in, $335 goes to the prize pool and $65 is withheld for "admin, staffing, and promo fees." That’s a 16.25% rake. Orleans Stud Mix Championship Where: The Orleans Hotel & Casino When: Saturday, June 9, at 11 a.m. Buy-In: $400 Guarantee: $50,000 Starting Chips: 20,000 Click for Structure Stud players unite! The 2019 Orleans Summer Poker Series schedule includes a $400 buy-in Stud Mix Championship, featuring seven-card stud, seven-card stud 8-or-better, and razz. Players will start with 20,000 in chips, eight hands of each game will be played, and levels will be 30 minutes before the money and 45 minutes in the money. Late entries and re-entries are available until the start of Level 9, and the event is scheduled as a one-day tournament. Of the $400 buy-in, $335 goes to the prize pool and $65 is withheld for "admin, staffing, and promo fees." That’s a 16.25% rake. ARIA H.O.R.S.E. Where: ARIA Resort & Casino When: Sunday, June 16, at 1 p.m. Buy-In: $1,100 Guarantee: $50,000 Starting Chips: 25,000 Click for Structure ARIA Resort & Casino has stepped up its game this summer by slapping some juicy guarantees on events during the 2019 ARIA Poker Classic. One of those events receiving a welcomed guaranteed is the $1,100 H.O.R.S.E. tournament that starts on Sunday, June 16, and is scheduled as a two-day event. Last year, the 2018 ARIA Poker Classic featured a $70 buy-in H.O.R.S.E. event with no guarantee. It attracted 115 entries for a $46,000 prize pool. Doubling the buy-in and adding a guarantee should benefit this event a fair bit. Players start with 25,000 in chips and levels are 40 minutes long, with entry and re-entry available until the end of Level 9. The tournament will be played eight handed. On the $1,100 buy-in, $1,000 will go into the prize pool and $100 will be withheld for entry and staff fees, making for a 9.1% rake. There is a $150 satellite for this event on Saturday, June 15, at 7 p.m. Golden Nugget Mixed Omaha Championship Where: Golden Nugget When: Wednesday, June 26, at 11 a.m. Buy-In: $570 Guarantee: $25,000 Starting Chips: 20,000 Click for Structure The Grand Poker Series at the Golden Nugget seems to pick up more and more steam each summer. This time around, there’s plenty on offer, including the $570 buy-in Mixed Omaha Championship event that features pot-limit Omaha 8-or-better, Omaha 8-or-better, and big-O. Players start with 20,000 in chips. Levels are 30 minutes in length, with a bump to 40 minutes at the final table. Entry and re-entry are available until the start of Level 9. With a buy-in of $570, $500 will go into the prize pool and $70 will be reserved for registration fee and staff. That’s a 12.28% rake. Binion’s H.O.R.S.E. Championship Where: Binion’s Gambling Hall & Hotel When: Friday, June 28, at 11 a.m. Buy-In: $1,100 Guarantee: None Starting Chips: 60,000 At time of writing, details were scare on the 2019 Binion's Summer Series $1,100 H.O.R.S.E. Championship compared to other series, but here’s what we do know. We know the event is listed to start Friday, June 28, with the first of two starting flights. The second will take place on Saturday, June 29, and both start at 11 a.m. Players start with 60,000 in chips and levels will start at 40 minutes long before they are increased to 60 minutes in length. Last year’s H.O.R.S.E. Championship event at Binion’s had a $585 buy-in and attracted 169 entries. The prize pool generated was $84,500, with James Woods taking home first-place honors and $14,570 in prize money after a four-way chop up top. Once more information becomes available on this event, we will update this section. Golden Nugget H.O.R.S.E. Where: Golden Nugget When: Sunday, June 30, at 11 a.m. Buy-In: $360 Guarantee: $20,000 Starting Chips: 15,000 Click for Structure The Grand Poker Series at the Golden Nugget hosts a $360 buy-in H.O.R.S.E. event on Sunday, June 30, at 11 a.m. The event has a $20,000 prize pool guarantee. Players start with 15,000 in tournament chips, with registration and re-entry open until the start of Level 9. Levels will be 30 minutes long leading up to the final table, when they are then increased to 40 minutes in length. Of the $360 buy-in, $300 will go to the prize pool and $60 will be withheld for registration fee and staff. That’s a 16.67% rake. Golden Nugget O.E. Championship Where: Golden Nugget When: Wednesday, July 3, at 11 a.m. Buy-In: $570 Guarantee: $25,000 Starting Chips: 20,000 Click for Structure The Grand Poker Series at the Golden Nugget hosts its O.E. Championship on Wednesday, July 3, starting at 11 a.m. The $570 buy-in event features a $25,000 prize pool guarantee. Players start with 20,000 in tournament chips, with registration and re-entry open until the start of Level 9. Levels will be 30 minutes long leading up to the final table. At the final table, levels are 40 minutes in length. Of the $570 buy-in, $500 will go to the prize pool and $70 will be withheld for registration fee and staff. That’s a 12.28% rake. ARIA Triple Draw Mix Where: ARIA Resort & Casino When: Wednesday, July 3, at 7 p.m. Buy-In: $240 Guarantee: None Starting Chips: 15,000 Click for Structure We understand this event doesn’t have a guarantee on it, but what mixed game player doesn’t love a good mix of triple draw games? The ARIA Resort & Casino hosts a $240 buy-in Triple Draw Mix tournament on the night of Wednesday, July 3. Players start with 15,000 in chips, with registration and re-entry open through the end of Level 6. On the $240 buy-in, $195 will go into the prize pool and $45 will be withheld for entry and staff fees, making for a 18.75% rake.
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