WSOPE Schedule Is Out: Players Get a Chance to Compete in Ten Gold Bracelet Events

The long-expected details about this year’s WSOPE events are released. There are ten bracelets, six unlimited re-entry events, and more than €14m in prize pools.

The Race for Ten Gold Bracelets in the Heart of Europe

Just at the border between the Czech Republic and Germany, at the heart of the beautiful Czech nature, the King’s Resort will host WSOPE 2019 from October 13 to November 4. The luxurious resort is well-known for its hospitality and providing outstanding player experience. This isn’t going to be the first time the Czech resort hosts WSOPE, and the resort owner Leon Tsoukernik hopes that the last year’s players will revisit this big event. The resort has become the permanent home to the event.

The players are going to compete for €14m and prestigious ten gold bracelets. Among the ten events are Platinum High Roller, NLHE Diamond High Roller, and Turbo Bounty Hunter. The Main Event is scheduled for October 25 and October 26. Buy-ins will start at €350 and go up to €100,000.

The Great Tradition and the Big Promises

This year’s WSOPE promises great events, smooth organization, fantastic prizes, and traditionally fun and unforgettable experience. But while we look forward to seeing how

WSOPE 2019 will play out, let’s remember the exciting 2018 show and the winner Jack Sinclair who won an amazing €1,122,239.

WSOPE attracts poker players from all over the continent with its famous gold bracelet events. Just as in 2018, the official gold bracelet events will get full live reporting and coverage. Now, let’s take a look at the schedule of WSOPE events.
The “Opener” No-Limit Hold’em event of the 11th WSOPE is scheduled for October 13 and October 14. Two events are scheduled for the following weekend, PLO/NLHE Mix with €200k GTD and €25,500 Platinum High Roller NLHE. Both events offer unlimited re-entry. The Colossus NLHE event with €1m GTD will go on for six days starting on October 28. Just as Leon Tsoukernik, we hope to see some familiar faces again this year.

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