The King’s Resort and World Series of Poker (WSOP) have recently released the schedule for the 11th iteration of the World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) festival. From the looks of it, the poker series will be just as exciting as expected with some of the main highlights being the ten bracelet-awarding events. Set to go down at the King’s Resort in Rozvadov, the Czech Republic between October 13 and November 4, the event also promises a whopping €14 million worth of guaranteed prize pools as well as WSOP Player of the Year honors.
“We are eager to return to King’s Resort in October for the 11th edition of WSOP Europe. King’s Resort has become the center of the poker world in Europe and they are once again bolstering this series with €14 million plus in guarantees to ensure players find plenty of value and opportunity,” Gregory Chochon, the director of WSOP, said.
With buy-ins ranging between €350 and €100,000 the WSOPE poker schedule certainly has something for almost every kind of poker player. The events will begin at only €350 for the No Limit Hold’em Opener which will kick off the series. It will then increase to €100,000 gradually – this is the buy-in reserved for the Diamond High Roller, which is set to attract some of the best poker tournament talents from all corners of the world.
The Highlight Events
Out of the ten events of the WSOPE festival, a total of six will allow unlimited re-entries including the €25,500 buy-in Platinum High Roller and the aforementioned €100,000 buy-in Diamond High Roller. While the other four events do not offer as many options when it comes to reentry, each of them will offer the players at least one more chance in case they are knocked out.
Needless to say, all 10 bracelet events will definitely attract crowds of talented poker players and eager poker fans and enthusiasts, the tournament that everyone is hoping to win is the €10,350 buy-in WSOP Europe Main Event which makes it one of the most anticipated WSOP events of 2019.
Here is the full schedule of the poker event:
|Oct. 13-14||No Limit Hold’em Opener||€350||€220,000||Two starting flights, two re-entries per flight|
|Oct. 15-16||8-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha||€550||€100,000||Two starting flights, unlimited re-entry|
|Oct. 16-18||No Limit Hold’em Mini Main Event||€1,350||€550,000||Two starting flights, single re-entry|
|Oct. 17||Turbo Bounty Hunter||€1,100||€200,000||€300 bounties, unlimited re-entry|
|Oct. 19||Pot-Limit Omaha / No Limit Hold’em Mix||€1,650||€200,000||Unlimited re-entry|
|Oct. 20||No Limit Hold’em Platinum High Roller||€25,500||€1,000,000||Unlimited re-entry|
|Oct. 21||Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed||€2,200||€200,000||Unlimited re-entry|
|Oct. 23||Diamond High Roller||€100,000||€5,000,000||Unlimited re-entry|
|Oct. 25-26||WSOP Europe Main Event||€10,350||€5,000,000||Two starting flights, Bust A can enter B|
|Oct. 28-Nov. 2||No-Limit Hold’em Colossus||€550||€1,000,000||Nine starting flights, single re-entry per flight|