Poker players who couldn’t make it to Las Vegas can try the tables in Europe
Las Vegas is currently hosting the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP), which has been ongoing for almost a month and will soon come to an end. However, the competition for the coveted gold bracelet will not cease as the tournament moves to King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. This casino is recognized as having the largest poker room in Europe and it will be home to the WSOPE that will begin in October.
From October 25 to November 16, King’s Resort Rozvadov will be the backdrop for the 2023 WSOP Europe. This edition of the tournament will showcase 15 bracelet events. The main attraction of the festival will be the main event, where contestants can vie for a hefty grand prize of €5,000,000. The November 10 to 16 timeframe will host the primary competition, with an estimated 350 players anticipated to compete in the opening round.
Per the latest Instagram update from Kings Resort, participants can anticipate multiple exciting happenings, including the Mini Event boasting a €1,000,000 guarantee. Additionally, gamers can look forward to a couple of prominent events presenting buy-ins reaching €50,000 and €25,000, respectively. Keep an eye out for further information and instructions regarding these events, as they will be announced shortly.
King’s Resort has more than just the WSOPE in store for poker enthusiasts. Following in Pierre Kauert’s footsteps, they will hold a WSOP Circuit event starting on September 21 and lasting until October 11. This event will consist of twelve circuit events, including the €1,700 and €1,000,000 GTD Main Events, and will take place during October 7-11.
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