WSOP Circuit Opening Event Draws A Massive Crowd

The good news is that the WSOP is now back in the Czech Republic at King’s Casino. The Circuit events have always been successful everywhere they go and players have always descended on Rozvadoc. Like always, the opening event did see a large crowd which was indeed a good start. On the first day of the Opening Event, the players lined up to give it their best shot to become the champion of the tournament. The total number of participants suddenly shot up to 346 just before the action was about to take place. In a post on social media just before the game was to start, Kings Casino stated that there were 245 entries on day 1 in €300k Opening Event, with 47 qualifiers for final total entries till now. David Taborsky was the new cheerleader.

As far as buy-in is concerned, it was priced at €299 and 45 players utilized the opportunity of re-buy option to keep the poker battle on. The lead-off event is the only one in the series to provide a WSOP Circuit gold ring and that is like a full incentive for some of multiple entree fees. The Opening Event was almost being wrapped up and Martin Kabrhel, the Czech player took the gold ring along with the top prize money of $62,993. Josef Gulas, the fellow countryman followed Martin, who achieved $38,312. Andreas Loesche from Germany won the third place.

A long list of games made available during the WSOP Circuit event included Pot Limit Omaha, NLHE DeepStacks, senior tournaments, Monster Stacks, knockouts and many more. The buy-ins gave the best accessibility to participants from all over Europe to reach the casino. The WSOP will be on until 10th October at King’s Casino. Once the WSOP Circuit is over in 1st October, participants will get ready instantly for the WSOPE festival. They will continue to be as excited at the venue.