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Rozvadov’s King’s Casino Welcomes partypoker Grand Prix Germany

The King’s Casino located in Rozvadov, the Czech Republic is expected to once again welcome one of the leading festivals on a global scale and this would be the partypoker Grand Prix Germany. Over the span of 4 days, poker enthusiasts will have the chance to test their limits and poker skills at the wide range of poker tournaments.

This Thursday is scheduled to see the official start of the poker action which is going to transform the beloved by many poker room of the King’s Casino into the hot spot in the poker world. partypoker is well-known around the world for its diverse poker festivals which take place around the world. This time poker action commences with a bang and straight to the point with the first initial flight of the Main Event. According to the schedule, there will be a total of six flights which will attract players to the culminating event.

The starting flights will put to the test all players registered for participation and they are going to continue until Sunday. The last one of them is going to be a Turbo 1f day which will also be the last opportunity for registering in the Main Event. Several hours after that the official Day 2 is going to start giving all of the participants the chance to make their name known. Everyone surviving will have the chance to play for the cash prizes which will be available for the top positions on the official leader board.

Rich Schedule of the Poker Festival

The Main Event features a buy-in amounting to some €220 which would guarantee generous prizes for the best players remaining at the poker tables. The guaranteed prize pool for the Main Event amounts to some €500,000, however, due to the large interest towards the poker festival, there is the possibility that it might be surpassed.

In addition to the live poker starting flights which will take place at the King’s Casino, there are also online days which take place on partypoker. Online Day 1b brought some 81 players who measured their skills, but only 8 of them managed to remain on the field and they received the chance to meet again on the live Day 2 at King’s.

There will also be two more online starting flights which are set to take place on Tuesday and Wednesday and warm up the players for the live tournament. Alongside the Main Event, there will also be several other events, to the likings of Big Friday featuring a buy-in amounting to €100 and King’s Local Championship which comes with a guaranteed prize pool of €20,000.

This Sunday is also going to bring the King’s Deepstack Cup Day 1a, attracting players with its prize pool reaching €100,000. The poker event will continue over the span of two days giving everyone registered a fair chance for the big prizes.

 Author: Benjamin Barry

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