WSOP is popular around the globe, especially in Europe, where an international World Series of Poker Circuit takes place every year at The King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. The 2019/2019 WSIP International Circuit is to return to this location, and a total of 15 coveted gold rings will be awarded to the best players of the tournament. These rewards will be up for grabs between March 14 and April 1, when some of the best poker players in the world are expected to go to the Czech Republic and test their luck and skill while staying in this beautiful central European country.
There will be plenty of events, some of them being follow-up events to complement the major ones. The buy-ins will range from €299 to €5,300, which will be available for the €5,300 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller Event. Although all events are important in this tournament, some of them are definitely worth mentioning, such as the €299 Spring Opener where participants would have a guaranteed prize pool of €331,050. The event will feature a total of six starting flights and will allow up to two re-entries per flight. In other words, this opener event is going to be huge, as the number of entries is expected to break all records. Last year, there were a total of 2,085 runners who took part in the opener event, which was eventually won by Andrej Desset for a total of €94,495.
Some other events that are also worth mentioning include the €250 buy-in Mini Main Event. Mini main events have been growing increasingly popular, and it seems that people love them as they present an opportunity for casual poker players to take part in the tournament. The Mini Main Event is going to have a guaranteed prize pool of €551,750. Another interesting event is €5,300 No-Limit High Roller, which will have €100,000 in guaranteed cash prizes that will be up for grabs. If you like watching poker tournaments that involve a lot of money, you should definitely pay attention to this one.
However, the most important event of all is definitely the Main Event. In order to take part in this prestigious competition, players will have to pay a buy-in price of €1,700. The guaranteed prize pool for this part of the tournament is €1,103,500. We had an opportunity to witness an exciting main event last year, which made the tournament even more popular. To sum up, follow us in order to find out the latest news about this tournament at King’s Casino once it begins. We will cover all the most important events and some of the exciting plays that are bound to happen in 2019 World Series of Poker International Circuit.