The World Series of Poker Circuit is heading back to the Bicycle Hotel & Casino. The series will run from Feb. 29 through March 31, with thirteen gold ring events included. The centerpiece of the whole affair is the 2020 WSOP Circuit Bicycle Casino $1,700 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event which kicks off with the first of two starting flights beginning on Sunday, March 15 at noon local time.
Players will begin with 30,000 in chips with initial blinds of 100-100 in the event. Blind levels will be 40 minutes long throughout the starting days but will increase to 60 minutes in length on day 2. Players can re-enter the event once per starting day.
Those that survive day 2 will return at noon on Wednesday, March 18 to play down to a champion. The final table will be streamed on Live At The Bike.
The March 2019 running of this WSOP Circuit main event drew a total of 678 entries to create a $1,027,170 final prize pool. Sean Yu emerged victorious, defeating Andrew Moreno heads-up to secure the ring and the top prize of $210,585.
Other past champions of WSOPC main event at the Bike include the likes of Dylan Wilkerson ($216,790), Antonio Esfandiari ($226,785), Jared Jaffee ($211,220), and Freddy Deeb ($171,810), who won the first-ever WSOP Circuit main event held at the Casino.
In addition to the WSOP Circuit events, the series will also play host to two massive $1,000,000 guaranteed events: The Quantum Millions (running Feb. 29 – March 9) and the Quantum Mega Millions XXII (running March 20 – Apr. 2).
In late 2015 the Bicycle Hotel and Casino unveiled a $50 million hotel expansion to the property. The 117,907-square-foot addition boasts 99 rooms, including 29 suites, as well as a multitude of amenities including the Bike Brewery, full spa and elevated outdoor pool deck with private cabanas. The poker room is an expansive 100,000 square feet, with 185 tables available.
For more information you can visit the WSOP Circuit or the Bicycle Hotel and Casino websites.