WSOP International Circuit for the 3rd time at Holland Casino Rotterdam
Published by Giselle
November 12, 2019 6:42 pm
Holland Casino Rotterdam will once again be the venue for the World Series of Poker (WSOP) International Circuits from 14th to 22nd November.
The festival offers Dutch, and of course players from neighbouring countries, 14 times the opportunity to go on WSOP ring hunts. Eyal Bensimhon (Austria), who landed ahead of Jakob Miegel (Germany), showed in the Main Event 2017 that Holland is a good place for DACH players. In 2018 the Dutchman Tobias Peters was successful. Directly after the festival, the Master Classics of Poker will take place at the Holland Casino.
14 Varied tournaments
With 14 tournaments with buy-ins between €220 and €2,750, there is something for every player. Except for the Turbo, PLO and Last Chance tournaments, all events are scheduled for 2 days, the Main Event and the Circuit Cup for 3 days. Except for one PLO-MTT (Event #10), all other NLH events are in different formats. There are 6-max tournaments in the schedule as well as Progressive Bounty or Turbo formats.
€250.000 guaranteed in the Main Event
The highlight of the festival is, of course, the Main Event, for which alone a quarter of a million euros are guaranteed. For the €1,100 buy-in tournament, there are 3 start flights, A and B with 40-minute levels, Flight C as turbo with 20-minute blind levels. Late registration is possible in the first 9 levels. The starting stack is 30,000 chips.
$10,000 Tickets for the WSOP Global Championship
For the Main Event winner and the final leader of the Ring Events Leaderboard, 1 ticket worth $10,000 each is in the pot for the WSOP Global Championship. Here, all Main Event winners worldwide will play out a guaranteed prize pool of $1,000,000.