Follow the WSOP Circuit Rozvadov and High Roller Cash Kings Live on PokerNews
An exciting edition of the High Roller Cash Kings High Stakes Cash Game and the first World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) to ever take place in the Czech Republic are set to make this one a week to remember in the history of King's Casino in Rozvadov.
While everyone gets ready for the €1 million guaranteed WSOPC Main Event running from Nov. 6-9, and the €500,000 guaranteed WSOPC Super High Roller ring event running on Nov. 5-6, the action at King's is going to reach new heights thanks to the premium lineup that will join the High Roller Cash Kings High Stakes Cash Game already on Monday and Tuesday.
International stars Patrik Antonius, Fedor Holz, Besim Hot, and Thomas Bichon are planned to join King's owner Leon Tsoukernik and other prestigious guests for an impressive two days of poker that is going to be streamed live here on PokerNews.
On Monday, Nov. 2, the High Roller Cash Kings will see the players take part to a no-limit hold'em game with blinds of €50/€100 and a minimum buy-in of €10,000. The live stream of the event will be available from 19:30 (CET) on this page.
Twenty-four hours later, on Nov. 3., the players will raise the stakes and return to the King's featured table for a new no-limit hold'em game. This time, however, the blinds will move up to €100/€200 and the minimum buy-in will double to €20,000. To follow the second day of the High Roller Cash Kings live, make sure you head to this page from 14:30 (CET).
Follow The WSOPC Rozvadov on PokerNews
The High Roller Cash Kings is not the only event happening at King's this week, as the PokerNews Live Reporting team will be on the spot to follow the first WSOP Circuit festival to ever take place in Europe's biggest poker room.
Starting from Nov. 3, you will be able to follow the event here on PokerNews and discover everything there is to know about the tournaments in the schedule with articles and interviews by PokerNews' Christian Zetsche and Jason Glatzer.
Coming right after the WSOP Europe festival that recently came to a close at the Spielbank Casino in Berlin, the WSOP Circuit offers an action-packed calendar with 17 tournaments including 13 WSOP gold ring events.
The highlight of the festival, as mentioned, is going to be the €1 million guaranteed Main Event running from Nov. 6-9, even if other marquee events in the schedule include two promising high roller events like the €100,000 guaranteed WSOP Circuit 8-Max PLO High Roller (Nov. 3-4), and the €500,000 guaranteed WSOP Circuit Super High Roller (Nov. 5-6).
These three events will all be covered by PokerNews, so make sure you follow all the updates in our Live Reporting section to know everything about the action at King's.