Recently, King’s Casino Rozvadov announced the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit which started on September 26th and will run until October 9th. After this, another significant series WSOP Europe will return for its third consecutive year at this venue.
WSOP Circuit is a smaller series, but this series still guarantees over 2 million GTD, along with 15 gold rings and 2 WSOPE ME Tickets that will be awarded to the ultimate champions. Day 1A of the Circuit Fall Opener (Ring #1) event registered a small chunk of 36 total entries (including 8 re-entries) for a buy-in of €270 + €29 service fee.
The initial flight saw Lukas Klima from the Czech Republic bagging a maximum number of 532,500 chips. Only 4 players from this flight will be heading to the next day of this tournament at Kings Casino. With total live earnings of $93,140, Klima has been recorded to swing from one poker destination to another. He is also the winner of the 2016 Italian Masters of Poker, Rozvadov.
Day 1A chip counts:
A range of starting flights from Day 1B-1F will surely attract numerous poker admirers from all over the world. Czech is among the favorite location for these players. Given the nature, beauty and inexpensiveness, this time the WSOP Circuit is expected to have a good turnout.
WSOP Circuit Opener Day 1B will commence today (September 27th) at 1 pm local time for a buy-in €299, followed immediately by Day 1C. We’re expecting fields to grow bigger than the one we saw in the opening flight. For more updates, keep following GutshotMagazine.com and stay tuned!
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