Full WSOP Europe full schedule released

UK's Jack Sinclair Triumphs at 2018 WSOP Europe Main Event

The 50th World Series of Poker is just over a month away, but the folks behind the WSOP are looking even farther ahead after releasing the full 2019 World Series of Poker Europe schedule this week.

The 11th edition of the WSOPE will be held at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov Czech Republic for the third straight year from October 13 to November 4. There will be 10 WSOP bracelets up for grabs this year and over €14 million in combined prize pools. That comes out to approximately $15.6 million.

When does WSOP Europe begin?

The WSOPE begins on October 13 with the cheapest tournament on the schedule, a €350 No-Limit Hold’em tournament. In US dollars that buy-in is approximately $390. That’s followed by a €550 Pot-Limit Omaha Eight Max tournament on October 15 ($615 US), a €1,350 No-Limit Hold’em tournament on October 16 ($1,500 US), and a €1,100 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty Turbo tournament on October 17 ($1,230 US ).

There’s also a €1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha/No-Limit Hold’em mixed tournament on October 19 ($1,850 US).

The bigger buy-ins begin on October 20 with the €25,500 No-Limit Hold’em tournament with a €1 million guaranteed prize pool ($28,600 US). That’s followed by the largest buy-in at the event, the €100,000 High Roller on October 21. The buy-in is approximately $112,000 US with a €5 million guaranteed prize pool that converts to approximately $5.5 million US.

Sandwiched in between the high roller tournament and the WSOPE main event is a €2,200 ($2,400 US) Pot-Limit Omaha tournament on October 23.

The main event at this year’ WSOPE is scheduled to begin on October 25 and 26 and run for seven days. It has, as in previous years, a €10,350 buy-in, which is just over $11,000 US. The guaranteed prize pool is €5 million. Last year’s WSOPE main event had 534 players and was won by Jack Sinclair. For the win he cashed €1,122,239.

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The final event on the WSOPE schedule is the €550 No-Limit Hold’em Colossus tournament. The tournament has a €1 million guarantee and is the longest event on the WSOPE schedule with six starting flights running from October 28 to November 2. The lengthy tournament concludes on November 4.


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