The King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic is about to embark on several poker series, starting with the ninth-edition of the PokerNews Cup, which will be hosted at the casino from November 18-23 and feature a €250 Main Event with a generous €200,000 guarantee.
On the heals of that event, King's Casino will host the Prague Poker Festival, a humongous 50-event poker festival taking place from November 26 through December 16 at the world-class Corinthia Hotel in the Czech capital.
The highlight of the poker festival is the return of the World Poker Tour Prague, which kicks off on November 29 with the €330 Super Satellite for partypoker WPT Prague Main Event. The WPT Prague Main Event is obviously the centerpiece of the Prague Poker Festival, and that tournament, which will take place from November 1-6, features a €3,300 buy-in with a reentry format.
There will be two opening days and a deep-stacked structure with six-days of total play. Additionally, players will be able to take part in lower and higher buy-in events alike including the €10,000 WPT High Roller on December 4 and the €2,000 WPT 8 Max PLO tournament on the December 3.
Players are bound to stick around after the WPT concludes thanks to two other poker series opening up straight after. First, players that love Open Face Chinese Poker should be thrilled to learn that the TonyBet Open Face Chinese World Championship returns to Prague on December 8.
This three-day event features a reasonable €1,000 buy-in, providing plenty of action with 30,000 starting chips and 30-minute blind levels. For players looking for even more action, this poker series also features a larger-than-life €10,000 TonyBet OFC High Roller Event.
Running simultaneously is the Redbet Live Prague poker series with many low-limit events on the schedule. The highlight of this portion of the Prague Poker Festival is the six-day Redbet Live Main Event taking place from December 8-13. Players will have plenty of opportunity to make it to the final table with this €350 buy-in tournament showcasing four opening days.
Following these two poker series comes the GrandLive poker festival taking place from December 13-16. The €1,100 GrandLive Main Event kicks off on the first day of the poker festival, with four-days of exciting action.
In addition to all the tournaments, the Prague Poker Festival will also feature exciting ring games spread across many limits and different poker variants, and of course when players want to take a break from poker, they can enjoy the historic city of Prague and all its wonders.
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