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  1. For many that enjoy the very good, some may say “great”, game of Omaha, finding some of that four-card, high variance action can be a challenge. Sure, there may be a semi-regular cash game in a local card room and, on occasion, a smaller tournament to take a shot in but for those that truly love the perennial up-and-coming poker variant of Omaha there’s no better time to be a fan of the game than the summer. And no better place to get that fix than Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker. In recent years, the WSOP itself has increased the amount of Omaha offerings. Player pools have shown that its popularity is still on the rise. But the Rio isn’t the only place in Las Vegas a player can find a great Omaha tournament. All of the biggest summer series have Omaha tournaments of all different variants. Fans of Omaha Hi/Lo, 8 or Better and of course, Pot Limit Omaha all have plenty of opportunities to play for big money in Sin City this summer. A determined player could (practically) play some form of Omaha every day - sometimes twice a day - during the summer. Here are some highlights that the Omaha fanatic just has to check out. Pot Limit Omaha Giant - World Series of Poker Following in the footsteps of the multi-day, lower buy-in NLHE GIANT, officials at the WSOP have decided to roll out a similar tournament for Omaha. The $365 Omaha Giant has five starting flights with unlimited entry, one on each Sunday over the course of the series (June 3,10,1725 and July 1). Each starting day will see play down to the money. For those that bag, Day 2 resumes on July 2 with the conclusion the very next day. If a player goes bust, they can re-enter another flight. However, if one has chips to go to Day 2, they are prevented from playing a subsequent starting day. Last year, the No Limit Hold’em version of the GIANT brought in over 10,000 entries and awarded nearly $300,000 for first place. While this year’s PLO GIANT is unlikely to hit that high mark, for the winner it will be one of the biggest bang-for-your-buck Omaha tournaments of the summer. Five is Better Than Four If you think four cards produce more action, try getting five. That variant is called Big O and, yes, there’s a couple times during the summer you can give this a shot. Players looking to give it try for the first time may decide to head over to the Golden Nugget for their Grand Poker Series on June 5 for a modest $250 Big O tournament. If that goes well, one can reinvest their winnings two days later as the Venetian Deepstack Extravaganza on June 7 offers a $600 tournament. The climb to the Big O mountaintop summits with a $1,100 tournament on June 15 during Planet Hollywood’s Phamous Poker Series Goliath. Big Buy-In Events There’s plenty of high-stakes Omaha action to be had this summer as well. Of course, there’s the World Series of Poker $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha 8-handed High Roller on June 20. As well as a pair of $10,000 Championship events on June 3 ($10K Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better) and June 23 ($10K PLO 8-handed). The WSOP also has seven other Omaha tournaments with a $1,500 buy-in or greater. This includes a post-Main Event $3,000 PLO 6-Max on July 8. The Venetian has a pair of $1,600 Omaha events on June 1 (PLO MonsterStack 8-Max - a 3 Day event) and June 10 (PLO 6-Max). Planet Hollywood also gets in on the action by providing a $3,000 PLO High Roller 8 or Better on June 21. When To Make It To The Wynn If you follow the Omaha fanatic schedule you’ll see plenty of the Rio, Venetian, Planet Hollywood and the Aria, which has five $470 Omaha events spread throughout their schedule. But the Wynn’s Summer Classic Schedule only has one event in which you can play four-card poker in their beautiful property. So, if you’d like to make it to the Wynn, circle June 13 and hop in their lone $550 PLO tournament. That is, if you aren’t tempted by the $600 PLO 8 tournament happening at the Venetian on the same day at roughly the same time. So Omaha fiends here’s a schedule that will keep a player in action throughout the entire summer. The Omaholic's Summer Schedule Date Location Game Buy-In 5/29 Golden Nuggett Omaha Hi/Lo $250 5/29 Venetian Omaha 8 or Better (Day 1A) $600 5/30 Planet Hollywood Omaha Hi/Lo $250 5/31 WSOP (Rio) Omaha Hi/Lo 8 or Better $1,500 6/1 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha MonsterStack 8-Max $1,600 6/2 Aria Limit Omaha 8 or Better $470 6/2 Planet Hollywood Pot Limit Omaha 8-Max $600 6/3 Golden Nugget O8/Stud 8 Mix $250 6/3 WSOP (Rio) Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship $10,000 6/3 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha GIANT $365 6/4 Golden Nugget PLO8/O8/Big O Mix $250 6/5 Golden Nugget Big O $250 6/5 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha Bounty 8-Max $800 6/7 Aria Pot Limit Omaha $470 6/7 Venetian Big O $600 6/8 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha (2 Flights) $565 6/9 Aria Pot Limit Omaha $470 6/9 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better 8-Max $800 6/10 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha 6-Max $1600 6/12 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha $1,000 6/13 Wynn Pot Limit Omaha $550 6/13 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better $600 6/14 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha $1,500 6/15 Planet Hollywood Big O $1,100 6/17 Golden Nugget Omaha Hi/Lo $360 6/18 Venetian Omaha 8 or Better $600 6/19 Aria Limit Omaha Eight or Better $470 6/19 Golden Nugget Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo $250 6/20 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha High Roller $25,000 6/20 Golden Nugget Pot Limit Omaha Championship $570 6/21 Venetian Omaha 8/Stud 8 $600 6/21 Planet Hollywood Pot Limit Omaha High Roller 8 or Better $3,000 6/21 Golden Nugget Omaha 8/Stud 8 Championship $570 6/22 WSOP.com Pot Limit Omaha 6-Handed (ONLINE) $565 6/22 WSOP (Rio) Mixed Omaha 8/Stud 8 $2,500 6/23 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha 8-Handed Championship $10,000 6/23 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better 8-Max $1,100 6/24 Aria Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better $470 6/24 Golden Nugget Big O $360 6/25 Planet Hollywood Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better $600 6/25 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha Bounty 6-Max $1,100 6/26 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better $1,500 6/27 Golden Nugget PLO8/O8/Big O Championship $570 6/29 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha 8 Championship $10,000 6/30 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better $1,100 7/2 Venetian Omaha 8/Stud 8 $600 7/3 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha Progressive Bounty $400 7/5 Planet Hollywood Pot Limit Omaha w/ $100 Bounties $250 7/5 Venetian PLO/PLO8 $600 7/6 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha Bounty $1,500 7/8 WSOP (Rio) Pot Limit Omaha 6-Max $3,000 7/9 Planet Hollywood Pot Limit Omaha $350 7/9 Venetian Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better $400 7/10 WSOP (Rio) Mixed PLO 8/NLHE 8-Handed $1,500  
  2. The 2019 World Series of Poker is on the horizon, with action slated to begin on Wednesday, May 29, at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Much has been made of the revamped tournament structures that the WSOP has implemented for the 50th annual WSOP, and players should expect more chips and more play across the board. Now, let’s take a look at the new-look Pot Limit Omaha events for 2019. PLO at the Sub-$1,000 Buy-In Level The first thing that can be noticed when comparing the 2018 schedule to 2019 specific to pot-limit Omaha events is that the 2019 schedule does not have the $365 Pot-Limit Omaha GIANT or $565 Pot-Limit Omaha tournaments. Instead, there is the $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack event that is at a similar price point. The $565 buy-in PLO event from 2018 is closer to the bone, so that’s the event we’ll use to compare to the $600 PLO Deepstack in 2019. In 2018, the $565 PLO event had a starting stack of 5,000 in chips, unlimited re-entry during the eight-level registration period, and was a three-day event. This event had 30-minute levels on Day 1 and 60-minute levels on Day 2 and Day 3. In 2019, the $600 PLO Deepstack has a starting stack of 30,000 in chips, unlimited re-entry during the 12-level registration period, and is scheduled as a two-day tournament. This event has 30-minute levels on Day 1 and 40-minute levels on Day 2. In 2018, the $565 buy-in PLO event had a 11.5% rake, as $65 of the $565 was taken out for fees and staff. In 2019, the rake is listed at 12.5%, so $75 of the $600 buy-in will be taken out. Here's a look at the 2019 $600 PLO Deepstack structure compared to the 2018 $565 PLO structure over the registration levels. Note that we included the level following the close of the registration period because players can still enter during the final break. LEVEL YEAR BLINDS BB DEPTH M 1 2018 25-50 100 66.67 2019 50-100 300 200 - 2 2018 25-50 100 66.67 2019 75-150 200 133.33 - 3 2018 50-100 50 33.33 2019 100-200 150 100 - 4 2018 75-150 33.33 22.22 2019 150-300 100 66.67 - 5 2018 100-200 25 16.67 2019 200-400 75 50 - 6 2018 150-300 16.67 11.11 2019 250-500 60 40 - 7 2018 200-400 12.5 8.33 2019 300-600 50 33.33 - 8 2018 250-500 10 6.67 2019 400-800 37.5 25 - 9 2018 300-600 8.33 5.56 2019 500-1,000 30 20 - 10 2018 Reg. Closed 2019 600-1,200 25 16.67 - 11 2018 Reg. Closed 2019 800-1,600 18.75 12.5 - 12 2018 Reg. Closed 2019 1,000-2,000 15 10 - 13 2018 Reg. Closed 2019 1,000-2,500 12 8.57 As you can see, the 2019 structure is a bit deeper throughout the earlier levels. That's good news for players. Where the structure makes up for it will be on Day 2 when the levels are only 40 minutes compared to 2018's 60 minutes. $1,000 and $1,500 PLO Events At the $1,000 and $1,500 buy-in levels, we also see an increase in starting chips. The $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha event in 2018 had a starting stack of 5,000. In 2019, the starting stack has been increased to 20,000. In the $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha event in 2018, the starting stack was 7,500. In 2019, it’s be upped to 25,000. Both events in 2019 are listed as three-day events, which is the same as in 2018, and the rake is the same at 10%. At the $1,000 level, late registration lasts two levels longer. At the $1,500 level, it lasts three levels longer. Here's a look at the structure for the $1,000 PLO event in 2019 over the registration levels compared to the 2018 version. Note that we included the level following the close of the registration period because players can still enter during the final break. LEVEL YEAR BLINDS BB DEPTH M 1 2018 25-50 100 66.67 2019 50-100 200 133.33 - 2 2018 50-100 50 33.33 2019 75-150 133.33 88.89 - 3 2018 75-150 33.33 22.22 2019 100-200 100 66.67 - 4 2018 100-200 25 16.67 2019 150-300 66.67 44.44 - 5 2018 150-300 16.67 11.11 2019 200-400 50 33.33 - 6 2018 200-400 12.5 8.33 2019 250-500 40 26.67 - 7 2018 250-500 10 6.67 2019 300-600 33.33 22.22 - 8 2018 Reg. Closed 2019 400-800 25 16.67 - 9 2018 Reg. Closed 2019 500-1,000 20 13.33 Here's a look at the structure for the $1,500 PLO event in 2019 over the registration levels compared to the 2018 version. Note that we included the level following the close of the registration period because players can still enter during the final break. LEVEL YEAR BLINDS BB DEPTH M 1 2018 25-50 150 100 2019 50-100 250 166.67 - 2 2018 50-100 75 50 2019 75-150 166.67 111.11 - 3 2018 75-150 50 33.33 2019 100-200 125 83.33 - 4 2018 100-200 37.5 25 2019 150-300 83.33 55.56 - 5 2018 150-300 25 16.67 2019 200-400 62.5 41.67 - 6 2018 200-400 18.75 12.5 2019 250-500 40 26.67 - 7 2018 250-500 15 10 2019 300-600 41.67 27.78 - 8 2018 Reg. Closed 2019 400-800 31.25 20.83 - 9 2018 Reg. Closed 2019 500-1,000 25 16.67 - 10 2018 Reg. Closed 2019 600-1,200 20.83 13.89 As you can see in both of these events, the added chips to the starting stack provide much deeper play. $10,000 PLO Championship Structure The $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship (8-handed) is back for 2019. In 2018, this event’s starting stack was 50,000. In 2019, it’s up to 60,000. Late registration is open until the start of Day 2 and there is no re-entry, which is the same as in 2018. The rake is also the same as it was in 2018. The blind levels are nearly the exact same except for a few spots where the small blind is larger. Here's a look at the structure for the $10,000 PLO event in 2019 over the registration levels compared to the 2018 version. Note that we included the level following the close of the registration period because players can still enter during the final break. LEVEL YEAR BLINDS BB DEPTH M 1 2018 100-200 250 166.67 2019 100-200 300 200 - 2 2018 100-200 250 166.67 2019 100-200 300 200 - 3 2018 150-300 166.67 111.11 2019 200-300 200 120 - 4 2018 200-400 125 83.33 2019 200-400 150 100 - 5 2018 250-500 100 66.67 2019 300-500 120 75 - 6 2018 300-600 83.33 55.56 2019 300-600 100 66.67 - 7 2018 400-800 62.5 41.67 2019 400-800 75 50 - 8 2018 500-1,000 50 33.33 2019 500-1,000 60 40 - 9 2018 600-1,200 41.67 27.78 2019 600-1,200 60 33.33 - 10 2018 800-1,600 31.25 20.83 2019 800-1,600 37.5 25 - 11 2018 1,000-2,000 25 16.67 2019 1,000-2,000 30 20 In the $10,000 PLO event, you can see that the added chips allow for a deep structure throughout, even despite the two spots early on in the structure when the small blind is higher. The small blind being higher in Level 3 and Level 5 allow the tournament to remove the T25 chips sooner, which should speed up play a little bit. Players who opt to skip Day 1 of this event entirely and buy in for Day 2 will start with five more big blinds and with a greater M when compared to last year. $25,000 PLO High Roller Structure Like the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship (8-handed), the 2019 version of the $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller (8-handed) is pretty much identical to what it was in 2018. The one big change is that the starting chips have gone up from 125,000 to 150,000. Other than that, late registration is the same 12 levels, there is one re-entry allowed per player, the rake is the same 5%, and the event is scheduled for four days - all of these things are the same as in 2018. Also like the $10,000 PLO event, there are a few minor tweaks to the blind structure for the small blind in a few spots, but it’s nothing major. Here's a look at the structure for the $25,000 PLO event in 2019 over the registration levels compared to the 2018 version. Note that we included the level following the close of the registration period because players can still enter during the final break. LEVEL YEAR BLINDS BB DEPTH M 1 2018 150-300 416.67 277.78 2019 200-300 500 300 - 2 2018 200-400 312.5 208.33 2019 200-400 375 250 - 3 2018 250-500 250 166.67 2019 300-500 300 187.5 - 4 2018 300-600 208.33 138.89 2019 300-600 250 166.67 - 5 2018 400-800 156.25 104.17 2019 400-800 187.5 125 - 6 2018 500-1,000 125 83.33 2019 500-1,000 150 100 - 7 2018 600-1,200 104.17 69.44 2019 600-1,200 125 83.33 - 8 2018 800-1,600 78.13 52.08 2019 800-1,600 93.75 62.5 - 9 2018 1,000-2,000 62.5 41.67 2019 1,000-2,000 75 50 - 10 2018 1,200-2,400 52.08 34.72 2019 1,200-2,400 62.5 41.67 - 11 2018 1,500-3,000 41.67 27.78 2019 1,500-3,000 50 33.33 - 12 2018 2,000-4,000 31.25 20.83 2019 2,000-4,000 37.5 25 - 13 2018 2,500-5,000 25 16.67 2019 2,500-5,000 30 20 The starting stack for 2019 is 25,000 chips more than in 2018. It's not a massive increase when compared to the other PLO events on the schedule, but it's an increase that allows more deeper play throughout the competition.
  3. 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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