Rozvadov is well-known for its poker offerings available at all times, which is a fact further confirmed by the recent start of the Dutch Classics poker festival. Everyone interested in participating in it would have the opportunity to do so starting this Wednesday when the anticipated Warm Up event is scheduled to launch.
Across the days leading up to this Sunday, poker action would be in full swing at the King’s Casino in the picturesque town of Rozvadov, the Czech Republic. Organizers of the premium poker congregation have ensured that poker events of all preferred kinds are featured along the poker festival, providing players with an all-encompassing player experience.
Kickstarting the entire experience is sure to bring more to poker enthusiasts from near and far.
The Dutch are here! After the record breaking Festival in January Pokerreis and Ronald Van de Linde are back @pokerroomkings for the second edition of the Dutch Classics in 2018. The weekend already kicks off today with the €6.000 gtd Warm Up -buy-in €70 https://t.co/Uff68hp1cD pic.twitter.com/1h1UFBRCCf
— King's Casino (@PokerroomKings) September 12, 2018
First Day of Festival Aims High
It is not a secret to anyone that this poker festival has the potential to grant its participants with some impressive payouts, starting from the very beginning today. Around 20 p.m. King’s Casino’s poker room would see the official start of the Dutch Classics Warm Up event which comes with a buy-in of some €70.
This amount of entry fee would result in the substantial guaranteed prize pool of €6,000 and generous payouts for the top positions on the official leader board of the event. Each of the participants would commence their run towards the top positions on the leader board with starting chip stacks of some 15,000, which is not the deepest ones available during this festival, but would still provide them with the freedom to operate with them and make brave choices.
This warm-up would set the mood for the even more heated Main Event coming with the hefty guaranteed prize pool of €200,000. This is the star of the show this week and interest levels towards participation in this tournament are expected to see a surge.
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Dutch Classics from 12. – 16. September, €200.000 GTD in the main event with just €195 Buy-in!
— King's Casino (@PokerroomKings) September 10, 2018
Culminating Event Comes with €200,000 GTD
Thursday afternoon is a good time for action to commence with the help of a special Satellite event to the first starting flight. Buy-in for this event would amount to some €40 providing them with the chance to win a seat at Main Event Day 1A at an affordable price. Players would then reunite once again for the official start of Day 1A, featuring a buy-in of €195.
Each of the players registering for participation is eligible to receive their chip stack of 50,000 in chips, setting the pace for a riveting poker action on the felt. The culminating event of this poker festival comes with a total of four starting flights which would grant all enthusiasts with enough opportunities to enter the rank list. Saturday is set to be a fast-paced day since it would feature two starting flights taking place.
Sunday is the big day, as all surviving players would have the chance to reunite once again and make it to the big cashes of this tournament. However, the poker festival does not end with the Main Event as there are also other premium tournaments such as the Dutch Classic Friday Deepstack. With a guaranteed prize pool of €10,000 and a buy-in of €100, this tournament is expected to be among the popular ones.
Starting stacks for this event would reach 20,000 in chips. The Saturday Deepstack event, a second one of this kind, would amp up the heat with a €15,000 GTD. High Rollers are also welcome to the poker festival, as the single-day premium event is set to transform Sunday into a flashy poker bonanza. Buy-in for the event amounts to a total of €600 whereas the guaranteed prize pool reaches some €30,000.
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