Programme des WSOP 2007


 Voici ci- dessous le programme complet des World Series Of Poker de 2007.

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Date DayTimeEvent #2007 Buy-In 
June 1, 2007Friday12 noon1World Championship Mixed Hold'em  (Limit/No-Limit) (3 Day event) $  5,000.00
June 1, 2007Friday5 PM2Casino Employees No-Limit Hold'em (2 day event) $     500.00
June 2, 2007Saturday12 noon3No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event)   $  1,500.00
June 3, 2007Sunday12 noon4Pot Limit Hold'em (3 day event) $  1,500.00
June 3, 2007Sunday5 PM5Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better (3 day event) $  2,500.00
June 4, 2007Monday12 noon6Limit Hold'em (3 day event) $  1,500.00
June 4, 2007Monday5 PM7Pot Limit Omaha W/Rebuys (2 day event) $  5,000.00
June 5, 2007Tuesday12 noon8No-Limit Hold’em w/Re-Buys (3 day event) $  1,000.00
June 5, 2007Tuesday5 PM9Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better (3 day event) $  1,500.00
June 6, 2007Wednesday12 noon10No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  2,000.00
June 6, 2007Wednesday5 PM11 World Championship Seven Card Stud (3 day event) $  5,000.00
June 7, 2007Thursday12 noon12 No-Limit Hold’em / Six Handed (3 day event) $  1,500.00
June 8, 2007Friday12 noon13World Championship Pot Limit Hold'em (3 day event) $  5,000.00
June 8, 2007Friday5 PM14Seven Card Stud (2day event) $  1,500.00
June 9, 2007Saturday12 noon15No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event)   $  1,500.00
June 9, 2007Saturday5 PM16 H.O.R.S.E. (3 day event)  $  2,500.00
June 10, 2007Sunday12 noon17World Championship Ladies Event No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event)  $  1,000.00
June 10, 2007Sunday5 PM18World Championship Limit Hold'em (3 day event) $  5,000.00
June 11, 2007Monday12 noon19No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event)   $  2,500.00
June 11, 2007Monday5 PM20Seven Card Stud Hi-low-8 or Better (3 day event) $  2,000.00
June 12, 2007Tuesday12 noon21No-Limit Hold'em Shootout (2 day event) $  1,500.00
June 13, 2007Wednesday12 noon22No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  5,000.00
June 14, 2007Thursday12 noon23Pot Limit Omaha (2 day event) $  1,500.00
June 14, 2007Thursday5 PM24World Championship Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split-8 or Better (3 day event) $  3,000.00
June 15, 2007Friday12 noon25No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  2,000.00
June 15, 2007Friday5 PM26 H.O.R.S.E. (3 day event)  $  5,000.00
June 16, 2007Saturday12 noon27No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  1,500.00
June 17, 2007Sunday12 noon28No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  3,000.00
June 17, 2007Sunday5 PM29Seven Card Razz (2 day event) $  1,500.00
June 18, 2007Monday12 noon30No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed  (3 day event) $  2,500.00
June 19, 2007Tuesday12 noon31World Championship Heads Up No-Limit Hold'em (3 day event) $  5,000.00
June 19, 2007Tuesday5 PM32Seven Card Stud (2 day event) $  2,000.00
June 20, 2007Wednesday12 noon33Pot Limit Omaha W/Re-Buys (2 day event) $  1,500.00
June 20, 2007Wednesday5 PM34Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  3,000.00
June 21, 2007Thursday12 noon35No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  1,500.00
June 21, 2007Thursday5 PM36World Championship Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better (3 day event) $  5,000.00
June 22, 2007Friday12 noon37Pot Limit Hold'em (3 day event) $  2,000.00
June 23, 2007Saturday12 noon38No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  1,500.00
June 24, 2007Sunday12 noon39 World Championship H.O.R.S.E. (5 day event)  $50,000.00
June 24, 2007Sunday5 PM40 Mixed Hold'em  (limit/no-limit) (3 Day event) $  1,500.00
June 25, 2007Monday12 noon41 World Championship Seniors No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event)                  $  1,000.00
June 25, 2007Monday5 PM42Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low Split-8 or Better (2 day event) $  1,500.00
June 26, 2007Tuesday12 noon43Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  2,000.00
June 27, 2007Wednesday12 noon44Omaha Hi-Low Split (2 day event) $  2,000.00
June 28, 2007Thursday12 noon45No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed  (3 day event) $  5,000.00
June 28, 2007Thursday5 PM46Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better (3 day event) $  1,000.00
June 29, 2007Friday12 noon47No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  2,000.00
June 29, 2007Friday5 PM482-7 Triple Draw Lowball (Limit) W/Rebuys (2 day event) $  1,000.00
June 30, 2007Saturday12 noon49No-Limit Hold’em (3 day event) $  1,500.00
July 1, 2007Sunday12 noon50World Championship Pot-Limit Omaha (2 day event) $10,000.00
July 1, 2007Sunday5 PM51 S.H.O.E (2 day event)  $  1,000.00
July 2, 2007Monday12 noon52No-Limit Hold’em w/Re-Buys (3 day event) $  1,000.00
July 3, 2007Tuesday12 noon53Limit Hold’em Shootout (2 day event) $  1,500.00
July 4, 2007Wednesday  Satellite Day 
July 4, 2007Wednesday12 noon54World Championship No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball w/Re-Buys (2 day event) $  5,000.00
July 5, 2007Thursday  Satellite Day/Media Event 
Date DayTimeEvent #2007 Buy-In 
July 6, 2007Friday12 noon55World Championship No-Limit Texas Hold'em Day 1A   3000 $10,000.00
July 7, 2007Saturday12 noon Day 1B  3000 
July 8, 2007Sunday12 noon Day 1C  3000 
July 9, 2007Monday  OFF   
July 10, 2007Tuesday12 noon Day 2 
July 11, 2007Wednesday12 noon Day 3 
July 12, 2007Thursday12 noon Day 4 
July 13, 2007Friday12 noon Day 5 
July 14, 2007Saturday12 noon Day 6 
July 15, 2007Sunday12 noon Day 7 
July 16, 2007Monday  OFF   
July 17, 2007Tuesday12 noon Final Table

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