WSOP MI Online Super Circuit Features $470K In Guarantees, 18 Gold Rings

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Super Circuit Series is one of the most anticipated online poker series on the calendar.  Michigan online poker players can now rejoice as the WSOP Michigan community can play the Online Super Circuit Event on

Below, we’ll take a closer look at what the 2023 WSOP Michigan Online Super Circuit Series brings to the table, how you can participate, and what Michigan online poker players can expect.

What is the 2023 WSOP MI Online Super Circuit Series?

The 2023 WSOP MI Online Super Circuit Event is an online poker tournament series that is organized by the World Series of Poker. The series offers players over $470,000 in guarantees and will award 18 prestigious WSOP Gold Rings. In addition, there will be a $50,000 guaranteed Main Event. 

WSOP Gold Ring winners are eligible to participate in the Tournament of Champions (TOC) Freeroll, which will have an incredible $1 million guarantee. The TOC is a WSOP Gold Bracelet event at the conclusion of the 2023 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

The Online Super Circuit Event will take place from March 9 through 26 and allows Michigan online poker players to win gold rings on WSOP Michigan and stake their claim as one of the best in the state.

How to register for an Online Super Circuit event

To participate in the WSOP Michigan Online Super Circuit Event, players must be physically in the state of Michigan. Players must register on and make a deposit. 

Afterward, players can sign up for the events they want to participate in. The buy-ins for the events range from $100 to $1,000, with the majority of events costing $215 to enter. 

All events will allow for 3x re-entry with the exception of Event #3, a $320 buy-in, $20,000 guaranteed No-Limit Hold’Em 6-Max Freezeout on March 11.

Biggest events in WSOP MI Super Circuit

From March 9 to 26, there will be one WSOP Gold Ring event per day, with each event taking place at 7 p.m. The first event of the series will undoubtedly be one of the most popular: the $215 buy-in, $30,000 guarantee No-Limit Hold’Em 6-Max Mystery Bounty.

Sunday is poker’s biggest day and the 2023 WSOP Michigan Online Super Circuit Event is no exception, as Sunday, March 12, brings Event #4: $215 buy-in, $50,000 GTD No-Limit Hold’Em 8-Max Mystery Bounty.

If you’re a Pot-Limit Omaha player, you’re in luck as Event #7: $215 buy-in, $15,000 GTD PLO 6-Max will take place on Wednesday, March 15.

For those with big aspirations and deep pockets, Event #13: $1,000 buy-in, $40,000 GTD No-Limit Hold’Em High Roller will go down on Tuesday, March 21.

Finally, the crown jewel of the 2023 WSOP Michigan Online Super Circuit Event: The Main Event. The Main Event will be the final event of the series, which will take place on Sunday, March 26. Entry will cost $525 and will come with a $50,000 guarantee. 

WSOP MI Online Super Circuit Schedule

Here’s the full schedule for the series.

March 91Mystery Bounty Six-Max 3x re-entry$215$30,000
March 102Deepstack 3x re-entry$215$15,000
March 113Six-max Freezeout$320$20,000
March 124Mystery Bounty Eight-Max 3x re-entry$215$50,000
March 135Double Stack 3x re-entry$215$20,000
March 146Big $500$500$30,000
March 157PLO Six-max 3x re-entry$215$15,000
March 168PKO Deepstack 3x re-entry$320$25,000
March 179Double Stack 3x re-entry$215$15,000
March 1810PKO Six-max 3x re-entry$215$20,000
March 1911Mystery Bounty Eight-Max 3x re-entry$100$40,000
March 2012NLHE Six-max 3x re-entry$215$20,000
March 2113High Roller 3x re-entry$1,000$40,000
March 2214PKO Eight-max 3x re-entry$215$20,000
March 2315Double Stack 3x re-entry$320$30,000
March 2416Deepstack 3x re-entry$215$15,000
March 2517NLHE Eight-max 3x re-entry$215$20,000
March 2618Main Event 3x re-entry$525$50,000
About the Author

Blaise Bourgeois

Blaise Bourgeois hails from Rochester, NY. He's been an editor for Onefootball for nearly five years, is a two-time Men's and Women's Olympic soccer statistician and researcher for NBC, and is an MTT poker grinder. Blaise is a full-time digital nomad, living and playing poker in Latin America for the last three years. Blaise cashed in his only two WSOP events at the 2022 World Series of Poker while working the summer as a live reporter for PokerNews. Blaise has also reported on prestigious events such as EPT Barcelona, the Mediterranean Poker Party, and WSOP Europe. Blaise attended grad school at St. John's University, where he studied Sport Management and sports analytics. He also studied Mathematics and Computer Science at SUNY Purchase, where he also played collegiate soccer. He still holds the school's record for goals in a single season. He also played several seasons of semi-professional soccer in New York and in Florida.