Poker Action In Europe Gets A Boost With WSOPC & WSOPE At Kings Casino
European poker players have not had very little live poker action since COVID-19 showed up in 2020. Most of the live poker tournaments were changed to online events and a lot of the old school live poker players preferred to skip these online poker events and wait for live action to return.
Poker players in Europe will be happy to learn that live poker action is returning in full swing with some of the top live poker tours returning to Kings Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic.
Kings Casino has the biggest poker room in Europe and is used to playing host to some of the biggest and most popular live poker tournaments in Europe.
The World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) returns on August 12 to Kings Casino and will run till Sept 14. There will be a lot of exciting events taking place during this time and a big turnout is expected during this series. The WSOPC has announced that there will be a total of 17 WSOP gold ring events and over €3.6 million in guaranteed prize money given away.
The poker action does not stop at Kings Casino as the poker room is also set to play host to the WSOP Europe series which will run from Nov 19 to Dec 8. The WSOP has confirmed that a total of 15 WSOP bracelets will be awarded during the tournament and over €11.5 million in guaranteed prize money will be given away.
When you combine the WSOPC and the WSOPE, poker players will get a chance at a combined guaranteed prize pool of over €15 million. The highlight of the 2021 WSOPE will be the Main Event which will run from Dec 3 to 8. The buy-in for the Main Event is €10,350 and the guaranteed prize pool stands at €5 million.
Kings Casino Happy With Poker Schedule
Leon Tsoukernik who owns Kings Casino said they were happy to finally bring back live poker action as they know that poker players in Europe have been deprived of live poker tournaments for a long time.
With two major back to back poker tournaments taking place in the second half of 2021, Kings Casino is confident that the poker scene will quickly return to normal, provided COVID-19 does not cause any more problems.