2010 WSOP Europe Starts Tuesday September 14th

Europe’s fourth World Series of Poker tournament gets underway today at the Empire Casino in Leciester Square.
As in previous competitions, the event will attract some of the bests pros from across the world as they vye for a chance to win one of the five WSOP winner bracelets on offer at the London venue.
Also, with buy-ins ranging from between  £2,500 ($3,854) and £10,000 ($15,418), there will be some serious prize money up for grabs. Those events scheduled for WSOP Europe 2010 include the following:
Event #1: £2,500 Six Handed NLHE (3-days)
Event #2: £5,000 PLO (3-days)
Event #3: £1,000 NLHE (5-day event)
Event #4: £10,000 NLHE High Roller HU (3-day event)
Event #5: £10,000 WSOPE Championship NLHE (6-day event)
As more events are added to the WSOPE schedule since its inception back in 2007, so has the number of players entering the competition grown. Back in 2007 the three available events managed to attract an average of 208 players; in 2008 four events saw an average of 262 players entering; and in 2009 four events saw the numbers escalate to 314 players for each event.
So far in its short history, coming out on top of the WSOPE all-time money list, not surprisingly, are the past Main Event winners. Leading the field is Annette Obrestad on £1 million after taking down the inaugural WSOPE Main Event in 2007.
Next is the 2008 Main Event winner John Juanda on £877,378, and third is last year’s winner Barry Shulman with £801,603 in winnings. 
Also, Chris “Jesus” Ferguson and John Juanda will be hoping to extend their record of cashing in at every year the competition has been held.
Here at OnlinePoker.net we will endeavour to bring you reports on all the action from WSOP Europe 2010 as it occurs.

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