2019 WSOP Europe Reveals Final Fall Schedule
With the World Series of Poker little more than one month from its kickoff in Las Vegas for the summer, WSOP executives took this opportunity to release the final schedule of the WSOP Europe.
The European set of tournaments isn’t set to begin until the middle of October, but players who find success at the summer WSOP events are likely to eye a trip to the WSOP Europe in the fall. And there is no better advertisement for the Czech Republic series than to promote it to players who are already fans of the brand.
Back in February, the World Series of Poker planners let the public know that the WSOP Europe would begin on October 15 and run through November 4, 2019. And King’s Casino in the Czech Republic would again host the action of live poker tournaments and cash games.
Now, the full schedule is available with €14 million in prize pool guarantees.
2019 WSOP Europe schedule finalized. 10 gold bracelet events, €14 million in guarantees on tap from Oct. 13 to Nov. 4 at King's Resort in Czech Republic.https://t.co/FcdJwC3exH
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— WSOP (@WSOP) April 24, 2019
WSOP Europe Schedule
The poker room action at King’s Casino/Resort will be in full swing, with tournaments technically beginning on September 20 and running all the way through November 4. The official WSOP Europe schedule, however, runs from October 13 to November 4.
This will be the third year that King’s will host the WSOPE festivities and the 11th running of WSOP Europe. Complete with two high roller tournaments and two versions of the Main Event, players will have the following options on the schedule, each awarding a WSOP gold bracelet.
Event 1: October 13-14
€350 NLHE Opener w/2 starting flights, 2 reentries per flight, 30K chips (€220K GTD)
Event 2: October 15-16
€550 PLO 8-Handed w/2 starting flights, unlimited reentries, 20K chips (€100K GTD)
Event 3: October 16-18
€1,350 NLHE Mini Main Event w/2 starting flights, single reentry, 100K chips (€550K GTD)
Event 4: October 17
€1,100 NLHE Turbo Bounty Hunter w/€300 bounties, unlimited reentries, 25K chips (€200K GTD)
Event 5: October 19
€1,650 Mixed PLO/NLHE w/unlimited reentries, 30K chips (€200K GTD)
Event 6: October 20
€25,500 NLHE Platinum High Roller w/unlimited reentries, 1M chips (€1M GTD)
Event 7: October 21
€2,200 PLO 8-Handed w/unlimited reentries, 40K chips (€200K GTD)
Event 8: October 23
€100K NLHE Diamond High Roller w/unlimited reentries, 2M chips (€5M GTD)
Event 9: October 25-26
€10,350 NLHE Main Event w/2 starting flights, Day A busts can enter B, 100K chips (€5M GTD)
Event 10: October 28-November 2
€550 NLHE Colossus w/9 starting flights, single reentry per flight, 25K chips (€1M GTD)
WSOP Circuit Starter
Speaking of action before October 13, that is where the WSOP Circuit (international edition) comes in. That runs from September 20 through October 6 with 14 WSOPC tournaments, all awarding traditional Circuit gold rings.
That schedule offers events with lower buy-ins and with guarantees only on some of the prize pools.
Event 1: September 20-24
€299 NLHE Opener w/4 starting flights, 30K chips
Event 2: September 26-October 1
€550 NLHE Monster Stack w/4 starting flights, 50K chips (€300K GTD)
Event 3: September 27
€250 NLHE Seniors (50 and over) w/20K chips
Event 4: September 29
€300 PLO-8 Hi-Lo w/20K chips
Event 5: September 30-October 5
€250 NLHE Oktoberfest w/6 starting flights, 40K chips (€400K GTD)
Event 6: October 1
€330 Seven-Card Stud w/20K chips
Event 7: October 1-2
€666 NLHE 6-Handed w/30K chips
Event 8: October 3
€660 NLHE Bounty Hunter w/15K chips
Event 9: October 3-4
€2K PLO 8-Handed High Roller w/30K chips (€100K GTD)
Event 10: October 4
€440 NLHE Freezeout w/20K chips
Event 11: October 4-5
€5,300 NLHE High Roller w/50K chips
Event 12: October 5-8
€1,650 NLHE Main Event w/30K chips
Event 13: October 5
€220 NLHE Ladies w/20K chips
Event 14: October 6
€550 Mixed NLHE/Omaha w/20K chips
Returning to Rozvadov
King’s Resort will host more than a month of WSOP events, so players should know how to get there.
The casino/resort is in the Czech Republic but near the German border, which means airports in Munich, Nuremberg, or Prague are all solid options. Scheduled shuttle services are available from any of those airports to King’s. The closest train stations to King’s are in Nuremberg, Weiden, Wernberg, Regensburg, and Amberg, and shuttle services can be arranged from those stations to King’s as well.
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