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WSOP Announces Circuit Stop in Rotterdam

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  • The WSOP International Circuit is heading to the Netherlands for the first time.

The World Series of Poker has gotten a head start on announcing the WSOP Circuit schedule for 2017-18, revealing that there will be a new stop at Holland Casino Rotterdam.

The Holland Casino stop is scheduled for Aug. 25-Sept. 2 and will feature 13 numbered events with 12 rings to be won, including a €1,650 Main Event that runs Aug. 29-Sept. 2.

It's the first time the WSOP Circuit will be traveling to the Netherlands. The WSOP International Circuit has grown in recent years as the WSOP has made a concerted effort to expand its reach beyond American borders. The current season featured 14 international stops, hitting a number of European venues in places like Italy, France, Germany, Portugal, Belgium and the Czech Republic.

The global focus has led to the rebranding of the old WSOP National Championship into the WSOP Global Casino Championship. As usual, the Casino Champion — the player who accumulates the most points at the stop — and the Main Event champion at Holland Casino will each earn seats into the $1 million Global Casino Championship at a yet-to-be-announced date and venue.

WSOP Holland Casino Rotterdam Schedule

EventStart DateTimeTournament
1Aug. 252 p.m.€440 Starter Event Freezeout
2Aug. 257 p.m.€330 Turbo Freezeout
3Aug. 262 p.m.€1,100 Six-Max Reentry
4Aug. 272 p.m.€440 Progressive Super Knockout Reentry
5Aug. 278 p.m.€220 High Roller Satellite
6Aug. 284 p.m.€3,500 High Roller Reentry
7Aug. 282 p.m.€550 Deepstack Single Reentry
8Aug. 292 p.m.€1,650 Main Event Single Reentry Day 1a
8Aug. 302 p.m.€1,650 Main Event Single Reentry Day 1b
9Aug. 306 p.m.€770 Eight-Max PLO Single Reentry
10Aug. 316 p.m.€330 Crazy Pineapple Freezeout
11Sept. 12 p.m.€880 Eight-Max Progressive Super Knockout Freezeout
12Sept. 18 p.m.€550 Hyper Turbo
13Sept. 22 p.m.€330 Turbo Freezeout

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