Since March 3, the King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic has not offered any poker gaming. The poker room of the casino is a hot spot for poker, featuring major events on a regular basis. However, the coronavirus outbreak resulted in the casino shutting its doors and remaining closed for the past few months. Now, the venue is preparing to reopen and action is already on the schedule. Players will find high roller options along with plenty of other poker tournament events as the popular venue reopens once again.
High Roller Coming Soon:
The poker room of the King’s Casino will be back in action soon, with a PLO High Roller event scheduled for June 20. This event will have a massive buy-in of €2,500 and is already expected to see many top players compete. The poker event will take place ahead of the Balkan Poker Circuit, one of many poker festivals set to take place at King’s Casino.
According to PokerNews, several players have said they will be taking part in the Balkan Poker Circuit. This includes Besim Hot, Harry Casagrande and Marek Blasko. For those who cannot attend the festival, the casino will be streaming game footage via their official channels. Fans can easily tune in to catch all the action.
The Balkan Poker Circuit will run from July 1 to the 6th, featuring a Main Event with a low €150 buy-in. The prize pool of the circuit will also include two WSOPE tickets which will help players come back and compete in the European leg of the WSOP that is tentatively scheduled for October.
Even More Action:
July is going to be filled with action at King’s Casino. After the first festival, the Bounty Hunter Days Warm Up will take place from July 9 to 12 and will be followed by the Benelux Classics from July 15 to July 20.
There is plenty of opportunity on the table for poker players at King’s Casino in the coming weeks ahead. The casino is operating under certain guidelines to ensure a safe environment for players. Players are not required to wear masks, but employees will wear a face mask and a transparent face shield. the chips and cards will also be sanitized on a regular basis in the poker room.
Like other jurisdictions around the world, the Rozvadov casino is doing what they can to help slow the spread of the virus.