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International Poker Cup Turns Up Heat at King’s Casino with €100,000 GTD Main Event

King’s Casino in Rozvadov is among the most renown locations for poker festivals touring around the globe, as well as local beloved congregations happening on a regular basis. The latest one which is set to transform this week into a heated poker bonanza is the International Poker Cup which has its first heat-up event this Tuesday, opening with a bang.

It is not a secret to anyone that the marvelous Czech town of Rozvadov located near the border with Germany has been poker arena for titanic clashes in the past. Thanks to this the casino venue of King’s Casino located in the heart of Europe is now associated with some of the premium poker congregations across the continent. This Tuesday is going to bring the very first heat up event which goes by the name of Tuesday Night Deepstack.

Warm Up before the Real Action Scheduled on Tuesday

Players are more than welcome to register for participation in the first event of this festival. With a buy-in amounting to some €60 which would guarantee the best among them a fair share of the guaranteed prize pool of €3,500. Each participant would have the chance to commence the race with a total of 50,000 in chips to their name, providing them with the chance to operate with them more freely.

Those players interested in registering for more poker events once the real action commences would have the chance to do so on Wednesday when the official Opening event is scheduled to take place. The entry fee mandatory for participation in it amounts to some €80, granting all enthusiasts with a spot at one of the poker tables available on site.

Interest rates for this event are expected to be higher, once people begin making their way to the casino venue meaning that the guaranteed prize pool of €7,000 could potentially be surpassed in the progress of poker action.

Starting pack for this event amounts to some 15,000 and there is a total of 20 levels of action featuring an unlimited number of re-entries. This would provide all players willing to make it all the way to the top with enough opportunities for reaching far in this tournament. Once these two days are over and winners have been crowned at the end of the single-day events, a coveted multiple-day Main Event is set to be greenlighted.

Surging Interest Projected for IPC Culminating Event

Nothing beats the Main Event mandatory for every poker festival regardless of its audience or scale. Thursday brings the first Turbo Satellite to IPC Main Event Day 1a which would take place two hours before the official start of the first flight. It would feature the lowest buy-in for this congregation reaching €40 and would provide an easy access to the premium Main Event.

At exactly 6 p.m. the said tournament would commence with a buy-in of €150. Due to the expected popularity of the event, the previously announced guaranteed prize pool of €100,000 could easily be surpassed, as it often happens with this type of events. Starting stack of chips for it would amount to 40,000 and for those who fail to make it through the day, there are two re-entry options available.

There would be four full-fledged starting flights to this event and a fifth Day 1e Turbo which is scheduled to last less than 5 hours. Right after its final level the Main Event Final Day would commence, giving all survivors a chance to reunite once again and prove their skills in action.

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 Author: Benjamin Barry

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