The stage is all set at the King’s Resort in Czech Republic for the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe Series! The event with a €14 million guaranteed prize pool is scheduled to begin from the 13th October and go on till 4th November. Here’s a look at the schedule:
|Oct. 13-14||No Limit Hold’em Opener||€350||€220,000|
|Oct. 15-16||8-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha||€550||€100,000|
|Oct. 16-18||No Limit Hold’em Mini Main Event||€1,350||€550,000|
|Oct. 17||Turbo Bounty Hunter||€1,100||€200,000|
|Oct. 19||Pot-Limit Omaha / No Limit Hold’em Mix||€1,650||€200,000|
|Oct. 20||No Limit Hold’em Platinum High Roller||€25,500||€1,000,000|
|Oct. 21||Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed||€2,200||€200,000|
|Oct. 23||Diamond High Roller||€100,000||€5,000,000|
|Oct. 25-26||WSOP Europe Main Event||€10,350||€5,000,000|
|Oct. 28-Nov. 2||No-Limit Hold’em Colossus||€550||€1,000,000|
The events have an evenly spread out buy-in starting from only €350 for the No Limit Hold’em Opener to the €100,000 buy-in reserved for the Diamond High Roller! The Diamond High Roller is expected to be a crowd puller and witness some world-class poker.
The event has 10 bracelets up for grabs and everyone’s going to have their eye on the €10,350 buy-in WSOP Europe Main Event. Last year’s edition saw a total of 534 entries that generated a €5,073,000 prize pool and the top 81 players made the cash. It was Jack Sinclair who took home the coveted bracelet and got his hands on €1,122,239 after defeating Laszlo Bujtas in their heads up battle.