The World Series of Poker Circuit is a poker series that travels across the globe to host multi-day events for players to enjoy quality tournament gaming. In 2015, the King’s Casino Rozvadov was successful in hosting a WSOP Circuit event and at the end of this month, the casino will be hosting the series yet again. Starting on the 27th of October, the WSOP Circuit will host several events with 14 gold rings up for grabs. The series will continue until the 14th, with tons of cash up for grabs.

The series stop at King’s Casino Rozvadov will see more than €2,250,000 up for grabs in guaranteed prize money. One of the most anticipated events will be the Main Event which will have a buy-in of €1,650 and will take place for four days. Two starting flights will give players optimal time to earn a seat in the event with €1 million in guaranteed prize money set for the event. November 11th marks the beginning of Day 1a at 2:00pm while Day 1b will kick off at 2:00 pm on the 12th.

Last year, the casino was successful in hosting a WSOP Circuit festival with the Main Event seeing 715 players competing. It was Mateusz Dziewonski of Poland who was able to claim the first place prize after outlasting the large field of competitors.

Additional events on the schedule include a High Roller and Super High Roller tournament. These events have buy-ins of €5,300 and €8,888 respectively and will offer up quality prize money. While the High Roller event has set a guaranteed prize pool of €100,000, the Super High Roller has no guarantee and will play out over one day, creating a fast paced gaming environment.

Players can currently take part in satellites for the Main Event online via 888poker or at King’s Casino. The satellites have a low buy-in of $160 and will provide a minimum of one package to the Main Event worth $2,250. For every $2,250 in the prize pool, a Main Event seat will be provided. The prize package includes the Main Event buy-in of €1,650 plus six nights’ accommodations at the King’s Hotel Rozvadov.

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