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GGPoker Road To WSOP Europe

GGPoker launches its Road To WSOP Europe on October 17, giving players from around the world the opportunity to win their way into the WSOP Europe Main Event from only €25.

The 2021 WSOP Europe festival features 15 bracelet-awarding events at King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. Event 15 on the bustling schedule is the crown jewel: the €10,350 WSOP Europe Main Event, which comes with an eye-popping €5 million guaranteed prize pool.

€10,350 is a lot for most poker players to spend on a single tournament buy-in, even when that tournament is the WSOPE Main Event, which is why the kind folks at GGPoker have created The Road To WSOP Europe.

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Satellites starting from only €25 hit the GGPoker tournament lobby from October 17, paving the way to the WSOPE Main Event. There is a whole range of buy-ins for the Road To WSOP Europe right up to €1,050. You can even qualify for less than €25 by jumping into GGPoker’s T$ Builder tournaments that award tournament dollars; these come with buy-ins as low as $0.25.

John Scanlon, Director of Live Events & Sponsorships at GGPoker, hopes to see The Road TO WSOP Europe satellites send scores of GGPoker players to the €5 million guaranteed WSOPE Main EVent.

"WSOP Europe is always one of the best live events on the poker calendar, and the only way to win your seat online is through GGPoker. I hope as many GGPoker players as possible will join us in Rozvadov this December.

2021 WSOP Europe Schedule

The 2021 WSOP Europe festival kicks off on November 19 with the €350 buy-in €300,000 guaranteed No-Limit Hold’em Opener.

Events come thick and fast, each awarding a coveted WSOP bracelet, right up to December 3 when the €10,350 WSOP Europe Main Event shuffles up and deals. We hope to see many PokerNews readers in the Main Event having qualified via The Road To WSOP Europe promotion.

DateEvent #EventBuy-inStarting StackGuarantee
Nov. 19-221WSOPE 2021 NLHE Opener€35020,000€300,000
Nov. 20-232WSOPE Pot Limit Omaha 8-Max€55025,000€200,000
Nov. 21-253WSOPE Mini Main Event€1,350100,000€600,000
Nov. 24-254WSOPE 2K Pot Limit Omaha€2,00050,000€200,000
Nov. 24-305WSOPE NLH Colossus€55025,000€1,000,000
Nov. 256WSOPE NLH Classic Freezeout€1,00030,000€150,000
Nov. 25-267WSOPE PLO/NLH Mixed€1,65040,000€200,000
Nov. 26-278WSOPE Short Deck€2,50050,000€200,000
Nov. 27-289WSOPE 5K Pot Limit Omaha€5,000100,000€150,000
Nov. 2910WSOPE NLH Bounty Hunter€1,10030,000€200,000
Nov. 29-3011WSOPE 25K NLH Platinum High Roller€25,000500,000€1,000,000
Nov. 3012WSOPE NLH 6-Max€1,65040,000€200,000
Dec. 1-213WSOPE 8-Game Mix€2,00050,000€150,000
Dec. 2-314WSOPE 50K NLH Diamond High Roller€50,0001,000,000€2,000,000
Dec. 3-815WSOP NLH Main Event€10,350100,000€5,000,000

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Now is the time to join GGPoker if you do not already have an account. Download GGPoker via PokerNews, create your account, and make your first deposit knowing GGPoker matches your initial deposit 100% up to a maximum of $600.

The bonus releases into your playable account balance in $5 increments each time you contribute $20 in net cash game rake or pay in tournament fees. You have a full 90 days to release as much of the bonus as possible.

In addition, new depositing players can get involved in the Honeymoon promotion. The promotion revolves around completing daily challenges. Completing just three see you win a prize. Complete all 30 and you will have received $175 worth of cash and $122.50 in tournament tickets on top of your $600 welcome bonus!

Number of Missions CompletedReward
31x $1 Omaholic ticket
5$2.50 cash
71x $4 T$ Builder ticket
20$20 cash
30$150 cash
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