King’s Casino Welcomes The Dutch Poker Classic This Month

Posted by Kathleen Girvan on Sep 16, 2017 Posted in Poker Promotions | No Comments »

The prestigious establishment that is the King’s Casino will play host to a number of large scale poker events in the coming weeks. Two of the main tournaments include the World Series Of Poker Circuit which will take place from the 28th September to the 18th October, here 14 WSOP gold rings will be awarded. Then following on from this event will be the WSOP Europe tournaments that are held from the 19th October to the 10th November and here 11 of the WSOP gold bracelets are awarded to the victors.

There is one event that is taking place at the Kings Casino that you wont have to wait as long for and this is the Dutch Poker Classics. These events normally run for four to five days, in this case from the 20th September to the 24th of the same month, usually there are plenty of tournaments and the buy-inns are very reasonable ranging from around €40 to €600, allowing for a wide range of players to enjoy, whether they are just casual or more serious players.

The King’s Casino is a very popular spot and has been playing host to poker tournaments for years. The well-known gambling spot is located in the village of Rozvadov, Czech Republic, it is a very small area with not many people living there and is highly regarded for its association with poker. The building itself operates as both a casino and a hotel and stays open twenty-four hours a day.

The Dutch Poker classic is seen as the main event of the festival, and it spots a very appealing €175 entry fee and a €100k prize pool which will attract a lot of attention from serious poker players and casual players also. It is normally played with a high number of players, beginning with 50,000 in chips and blind levels increasing every 40 mins on each of the four opening flights that are being played on the 21st to the 23rd of September. This is then finished and the winnings are totalled, those who have managed to win enough chips then qualify to compete in the final on the 24th, this table will be played out until a winner is decided.

If the entry fee of €175 doesn’t appeal to someone or it is out of their budget, then there is the possibility of gaining qualification through competing in a series of satellites that are held at the casino. These are a lot lower key with an entry price of just €40 into each. As stated previously, the casino doesn’t close its doors so there is plenty of time to compete, there are also a number of side events too that players can enter if they have free time.

The opening day of the events will be mainly consisting of the Dutch Classics Warm-ups, the 21st then holds two tournaments in the evening. The pace then begins to pick up on the third day of events and by the 23rd of September there are tournaments being held all day running from 10 in the morning until after 7pm in the evening.

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