The World Series of Poker Circuit Spring Festival which is currently entertaining poker enthusiasts from around the world granted three of them with brand new shiny WSOPC Rings. King’s Casino located in Rozvadov is the arena where all poker tournaments take place and the lucky players who managed to outplay their rivals for the throne deserved the generous payouts and trophies.
One of the longest poker tournaments so far has been the Monster Stack one, which commenced on 7th March and continued well into this Monday, when the final table took place. The big winner who succeeded in reaching the first place was Langar Oghabian from the Netherlands and for his deep run in the tournament he received some €48,279 at the end of the final table. Cohen Yehuda from Germany also performed well and maintained his position near the top, claiming the fifth place for €14,162. The runner-up position was claimed by Roberto Gatto from Italy €30,615 who could not defeat the winner.
Generous Prize Pools and Payouts
Another event which brought a ring to its champion was the two-day WSOPC Mini Event which featured a buy-in amounting to €850. This was the fifth ring event in the schedule of WSOPC Spring Festival in Rozvadov. A total of seven players received cash payouts at the end of it and the big winner at the final table was Jakob Miegel from Germany who laid his hands on €14,610 as well as the precious piece of jewellery. Eyal Bensimhon was also present at the final table and added one more cash to his several Spring Festival cashes so far, this one amounting to €10,552.
It could be recalled that he became the champion at the Deep Stack Open tournament which brought him €18,503 and he was one of the leading players at the chipcount of the Monster Stack Event. The sixth ring for this poker festival was up for grabs at the Seven Card Stud event which provided payouts for only four poker players. Since the buy-in for participation in the poker event amounted to some €330, there were as many as 35 players willing to participate. This is how Marek Blaško made it to the top and received the shiny ring, as well as a payout amounting to some €4,445.
This is how poker players have arrived at the next ring event which is scheduled to commence this Wednesday bringing the seventh coveted ring. The tournament is going to be a Bounty Hunter one and each player will have to pay some €600 buy-in for participation. The initial amount of chips all players will receive is 15,000 and re-entry is possible in case of early elimination of a participant. Wednesday will also see another major ring event beginning and this will be the Pot Limit Omaha High Roller 8-Max Day 1, featuring a buy-in amounting to €1,850.