How to Earn Bracelet Points Playing "WSOP"

Updated on April 20, 2020
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Eric loves to play "WSOP". He has a lot of advice to share from his experience playing the game. He loves to share poker strategy.

This is the ninth chip in the Mahogany "WSOP" bracelet collection.
This is the ninth chip in the Mahogany "WSOP" bracelet collection. | Source

Learn More About WSOP Bracelets

This guide will go over what bracelets are in the WSOP mobile game. I will explain how to earn WSOP bracelet points and give advice on how to earn them faster.

What Is the Point of Earning Bracelets?

You Get Free Chips

Collecting bracelets in the game give you extra chips, and the event bracelets give a huge bonus in chips.

Show off Your Poker Skills

Collecting the bracelets is also a way to show off your poker skills. This also shows you are serious about playing poker.

I have not seen many players with the rarer bracelets. So having them would put you in a very small elite group of players in the game.

A Long Term Goal to Work On

Any good poker player will tell you poker is about winning long term. Working towards bracelets is a great long term goal.

What Bracelets Are There?

How Many Bracelets Are There?

As of right now, there are five main bracelets and nine event bracelets. There are 14 bracelets total right now.

More Bracelets May Be Added in the Future

There may be more Bracelets in the future. I recommend you keep up with game events and changes by checking the Facebook page.

Standard Bracelets

  • Poker Pro
  • Mahogany
  • Chromium
  • Cobalt
  • Quartz

Event Bracelets

  • Sheriff
  • Ranger
  • Marshal
  • Sprinter
  • Charger
  • Blitzer
  • King of the Table Bracelet
  • Caribbean Hold ‘Em Bracelet
  • Executive Bracelet

This is the first "WSOP" bracelet collection.
This is the first "WSOP" bracelet collection. | Source
This is the Sherif bracelet collection in "WSOP".
This is the Sherif bracelet collection in "WSOP". | Source

How Many Standard

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How to Get Bracelets

Chip Collections

To earn a bracelet in the game, you must collect chips in a collection. Each collection has ten chips.

About Bracelet Points

You earn WSOP bracelet points (BP) to get the collection chips, and you earn BP by winning hands. I am not quite sure what the base rate of earning WSOP bracelet points without momentum is. But it is low.

Make Sure You Have an Active Bracelet Points Multiplier!

You will only earn bracelet points while playing certain limits. This is something that puzzled me for a long time. I wondered why I was never getting bracelet points.

Your bracelet points multiplier changes depending on your current club and the stakes you play. I explain this in more detail in the clubs section below.

If you play a limit without a bracelet multiplier, you will not earn bracelet points. No matter how many hands you win!

If the limit you need to play at to earn points seems too high, you can stop playing and let your club drop. This is the only thing I could do to get bracelet points at lower limits again.

Earning Bracelet Points Is Hard

I cannot overstate how low the amount of bracelet points you earn is. Without playing at very high poker limits, it will take a long time to earn bracelet points.

You will not earn bracelet points from playing these stakes.
You will not earn bracelet points from playing these stakes. | Source
You will earn bracelet points from playing these stakes.
You will earn bracelet points from playing these stakes. | Source

What is Momentum?

About Momentum

You earn momentum by playing hands and staying at a table. As your momentum builds, you earn a higher momentum multiplier. Having a higher multiplier earns you more BP.

If you want to earn the most bracelet points, you need to play longer sessions. It takes time to get the most momentum.

Event Bracelet Momentum Is Permanent

As you play hands, you build up a lifetime momentum multiplier for event bracelets. You can see this bonus in your profile.

Part of the strategy of collecting event bracelet is playing many hands to build this bonus up.

Get Extra Momentum from Video Ads

You can watch one video ad a day for a special effect. If you want to earn the most BP, choose the max momentum effect!

These reward videos might not be available for everybody, though.

The momentum you earn for events is permanent.
The momentum you earn for events is permanent. | Source

How Clubs Affect the Rate You Earn WSOP Bracelet Points

You Can Earn Momentum with Clubs

Clubs are a way to earn more momentum and more bracelet points. Being in certain clubs gives you an extra BP multiplier.

The Momentum You Can Get From Clubs

  1. Jacks: There is momentum bonus of two.
  2. Queens: There is momentum bonus of three.
  3. Kings: There is momentum bonus of four.
  4. Aces: There is momentum bonus of five.
  5. Masters: There is momentum bonus of six.
  6. Grandmasters: There is momentum bonus of seven.

The "WSOP" Clubs screen.
The "WSOP" Clubs screen. | Source

Some Missions Give Momentum Bonuses

Complete Missions for Extra Momentum

One easy way to get extra momentum is to complete missions.

Some missions will give you a boost to your starting momentum. Some missions increase your momentum bonus multiplier.

Look at the details and rewards of missions to see what you are getting.

Save Your Mission Rewards for Later

You do not need to claim mission rewards right away. As long as you claim the reward before it expires, you are safe. It is possible to save up multiple days of mission rewards and claim them all at the same time.

Saving rewards like this is a great way to have a poker session with a very high momentum multiplier.

Just remember to not let anything expire!

Play for a While After Using a Mission Reward

Once you use a momentum effect, you want to play on a table for a while to take advantage of the effects while you can. The effects last about an hour, so playing poker for 30 to 45 minutes at least is a good idea.

But, remember once you leave a table, any momentum you have disappears.

This is the missions screen found in "WSOP".
This is the missions screen found in "WSOP". | Source

Take Advantage of Events

The game has events, and some events give bonus BP multipliers. Some events have missions about earning BP, and these BP focused events are a great way to track your progress.

Playing at Higher Limits Is an Option

If you want to get WSOP bracelet points faster, you can play at higher limits.

But keep in mind the size of your bankroll when choosing what limits to play. Play too risky, and you may lose many chips. I play poker to build up my chips over time, and I dislike playing very risky. So, I use a strict bankroll management system.

Very high stakes has high bracelet multipliers.
Very high stakes has high bracelet multipliers. | Source

Questions & Answers

  • Is there a way to see how many bracelet points you need for the next chip when playing World Series of Poker?

    There is no way to see exactly how many bracelet points (BP) you need. The bar will fill up and give you an idea of how close you are.

    I hope Playtika adds something someday in the future.

© 2020 Eric Farmer

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