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King’s Casino Grants €27,927 in Cash Payouts over a Busy Poker Week

King’s Casino situated in the picturesque town of Rozvadov, the Czech Republic is among the heated poker arena for players from near and far. It is a preferred stop for international poker festivals such as the WSOP Circuit and local ones such as WSOP Europe and the regular festivals created by the casino itself. This week has been dedicated to King’s very own poker events transforming each day into a windfall opportunity and granting four players top prizes.

Monday welcomed the start of King’s Big Monday featuring a buy-in amounting to only €80 making it a rather affordable one. This has been one of the main selling points, but what further motivated players to enter was the first-place prize of €2,361 originally determined by the organizers of the event. A total of 85 players made it in and some 53 of them opted for the re-entry option provided by King’s Casino, further elevating the overall guaranteed prize pool.

Poker Action Never Ends at King’s Casino

The guaranteed prize pool reached some €5,000 but due to the large interest and the re-entry, it quickly swelled to €9,177 by the end of the registration period. Only the top 15 players on the daily rank list were eligible for a cash payout and they divided the said amount among them at the end of the day. When it was time for the Final Table, the top four players decided it will be best if they arranged a deal among them and divide the remaining cash prizes in a more adequate manner.

Yair Ashkenazi from Israel cashed the most at the end of Monday’s action bagging €1,561. Tuesday offered yet another opportunity for bagging generous cash prizes with an even smaller buy-in of €70. A total of 78 entries made it in this premium event featuring a guaranteed prize pool of €4,500. Generating the entire amount was missed by a hair as the overall amount of cash generated through the entries reached some €4,446.

Only the top eight participants were in the cash and the winner Marek Blasko claimed some €1,333 for his excellent run. He is well known from his premium performance in WSOPE which came to its conclusion recently. Wednesday brought another opportunity for claiming some considerable prizes thanks to the King’s Big Wednesday event boasting a guaranteed prize pool of €5,000 and a mandatory buy-in of €80.

Friday Brings €30,000 GTD Tournament

The number of entries in this Wednesday event reached 56 at the end of the registration period and this swelled the overall prize pool to €4,750. This amount was once again shared between the 8 best performing players, led by the winner himself Giorgi Mevlupishvili from Georgia. Following a five-way deal at the end of the players shortened their time on the felt, bringing the winner some €910 for outplaying all his rivals on the way to the top.

Thursday also a day of fast-paced poker action with the launch of King’s Big Thursday and the €10,000 GTD it brought. This fourth event for this week featured a buy-in of €90 which resulted in an overall prize pool of €9,500 divided among 13 players. Once again, the top five players managed to agree to a five-way cash arrangement at the end of the Final Table and this granted the big winner Nico Sauerland a sweet payday of €1,593.

Friday brings one superior event with a €30,000 GTD and a buy-in of €110 which is set to commence at exactly 6 p.m. local time bringing more excitement to all players willing to claim its generous cash payouts.

 Author: Benjamin Barry

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