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German Poker Days Returns to King's Casino May 25

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  • The German Poker Days at King's Casino is a low limit tournament player's paradise.

The German Poker Days are once again returning to King's Casino, located on the border of Germany in the Czech Republic, on May 25-28. The casino hosts the largest poker room in Europe and one of the biggest in the world.

The highlight of the poker festival is the German Poker Days Main Event, which features a huge €200,000 prize pool for a relatively small €175 buy-in.

The tournament features a fantastic structure with four opening days on May 25-27. Players will begin play with 50,000 chips with blinds increasing every 30 minutes. Any player eliminated early can reenter up to two times on each day.

Players bagging chips will compete for one final day on May 28 for the title and the lion's share of the money.

While the tournament features an affordable buy-in, the casino is offering three chances for players to get in even cheaper via €35 satellites on May 25-27. Each satellite guarantees at least 10 seats to the Main Event.

There are also a handful of side events on the schedule, which should prove kind to most players' budgets listed below.

German Poker Days Side Events

DateTournament NameBuy-in
May 25German Poker Days Turbo Bounty€90
May 26German Poker Days Deepstack + Vegas Bounty€115
May 27King's Hold'em Championship€100
May 28German Poker Days Big Sunday€70

Head to the King's Casino website for more information about German Poker Days and other great poker tournament festivals on the calendar.

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