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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 S
  2. One day after the NFL's Super Bowl, the schedule for this year's Super Bowl of Poker, the 2015 World Series of Poker, was released. There are 68 events on deck in 2015 and the series runs from May 27 to July 14. Click here for the full schedule. There are 11 new events scheduled, including the much-hyped Colossus No Limit Hold'em tournament, which has a $5 million guaranteed prize pool and a $565 buy-in. There's a bracelet event that will be sponsored by the daily fantasy sports site DraftKingsthat will pay half of the field. Also new is a four-day $25,000 High Roller Eight-Handed Pot Limit
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