The very beginning of March is going to bring quite the poker experience to players from around the world, and the location is King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. This well-known poker room is completely ready to welcome this year’s edition of the World Series of Poker Circuit Spring Festival, which promises a wide variety of events with a wide range of buy-ins affordable to everyone.
Regardless of he weather outside, this spring has the prospect of being a flaming hot one, thanks to the upcoming poker festival that will be held at the famous location. King’s Casino enjoys poker festivals and congregations of all shapes and sizes and is the preferred spot when it comes to poker festivals in Europe. Over the span of the remaining months of 2018, it is going to witness two WSOP Circuit stops and this is great news for both local poker enthusiasts as well as for players from around the globe.
Starting 1st March and going on to 19th March, this year’s edition of the WSOP Circuit Spring Festival is planning to give away a total of 14 rings to the lucky players who demonstrate the best performance during the festival. In addition to the events which will grant their champions with the coveted rings, there will also be a multitude of satellite tournaments and side events, providing even more chances for winning big and adding more accomplishments to the players’ live tournament counts.
Prizes up for Grabs during the Festival
For starters, there is the Opening Event which will give the official start to the long-anticipated poker tournament. It features a buy-in amounting to €299 which is also the lowest buy-in available in the schedule of the festival. As for the guaranteed prize pool of the first event which will welcome the guests of King’s Casino, it amounts to €300,000 and ensures that the top prizes on the official leader board will be more than appealing to the participants. The largest buy-in listed in the schedule of the Spring Festival will, expectedly, be for the Main Event.
The culminating tournament of the festival will feature a €1,650 buy-in, whereas the guaranteed prize pool amounts to some €1,000,000. WSOP is well-known for its passion for variety and this year the tradition continues. Among the wide range of poker events which will be on offer are tournaments to the likings of No-Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, Seven Card Stud, Omaha High-Low, as well as Mix Games events. Furthermore, there will be one Seniors and one Ladies event ready to see an even more diverse player pool willing to participate. There is also the special prize for the overall festival leader board champion, who is going to receive a $10.000 ticket for the Global Poker Championship just like the Main Event winner.