The King’s Casino venue located in a Czech town of Rozvadov is a resort and casino which today houses the biggest European poker room. The venue opened its doors to the public almost seventeen years ago back in June of 2003. It was established by Leon Tsoukernik who is a professional poker player and an art collector. Back in 2015, King’s Casino Rozvadov announced its business partnership with the WSOP or World Series of Poker which resulted in a brand-new World Series of Poker Circuit Event at this venue.
Since 2017, the King’s Casino facility has been hosting the World Series of Poker Europe and it will host the event at least until 2021. When it comes to its poker tournaments held, around 200,000 players visited the venue back in 2014 while over €15 million in prizes was paid out the same year.
King’s Casino Rozvadov and World Series of Poker Europe
One of the most successful King’s Casino poker tournaments was the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event 2017 which crowned Marti Roca De Torres as the ultimate winner. That same year, Dominik Nitsche won the One Drop High Roller event. The €10,350 World Series of Poker 2018 Main Event title went to Jack Sinclair.
Three years ago, in 2017, the World Series of Poker Europe events at King’s Casino Rozvadov was attended by 30,000 players so there is no wonder why King’s Casino remains the biggest European poker room. However, since the 3rd of March, the venue has not offered and poker tournaments and poker gaming due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic which has led to postponements and even cancellations of all major events.
On a regular basis, King’s Casino is one of the major hot spots for professional and amateur poker players not only from the Czech Republic but from many other countries across Europe. After several months of being closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, the King’s Casino venue is finally ready to re-open, and super exciting poker tournaments and poker gaming actions are on the schedule. Interested players will find loads of high-roller poker options alongside other gaming formats.
The Balkan Poker Circuit and PLO High Roller Coming Soon
The biggest poker room in Europe in the King’s Casino facility starts offering poker actions from the 20th of June when a Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller event kicks off. According to the organizers of the event, it will feature a buy-in of €2,500 and it will doubtlessly see many successful players compete including Marek Blasko, Harry Casagrande, and Besim Hot who have already confirmed that they will compete.
The Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller event takes place before the Balkan Poker Circuit kicks off on the 1st of July. It will run until the 6th of July and it will feature the most anticipated Min Event with a rather low buy-in of €150. It was also revealed that the Balkan Poker Circuit’s prize pool will feature two World Series of Poker Europe tickets which naturally help players reserve their sport at the European World Series of Poker tournament which kicks off in October.
With two major poker tournaments scheduled at King’s Casino, the month of July will be loaded with poker actions. In addition to the PLO High Roller and the Balkan Poker Circuit, King’s Casino Rozvadov also hosts the Bounty Hunter Days Warm-Up tournament that will from the 9th through the 12th of July while the Benelux Classics will kick off on the 15th of July.