The schedule for the 11th Globe Series of Poker Europe is out with ten bracelets up for grabs, €14m in prize funds, and six events enabling limitless re-entry. 

The partypoker hierarchy could be fans of ‘pure’ tournament poker, but their company partners do not share the identical enthusiasm. The King’s Resort and Globe Series of Poker (WSOP) have released the schedule for the 11th iteration of the Globe Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE), and you had much better start off saving your pennies.

The Rolling Stone of Rozvadov, the Kings Resort, will be the busiest spot in the poker planet involving October 13 and November four, when players ring the doorbell hoping to compete for 1 of ten gold bracelets, €14m in assured prize funds, and WSOP Player of the Year honours.

The invest in-ins variety involving €350 and €100,000 providing the impression that there’s some thing for everybody no matter what your dwelling appears like beneath the streetlights, but do not let that variety fool you – this one’s for the wealthy and renowned.

Of the ten events, six of them enable limitless re-entry, like the €100,000 invest in-in Diamond Higher Roller and €25,500 invest in-in Platinum Higher Roller. 100% of the other 4 contests deliver at least 1 extra life must somebody shove a syringe complete of arsenic into your jugular.

The steam-powered locomotive standing in this specific railway station is the €10,000 invest in-in, €5m GTD Most important Occasion. Right here is a reminder of the preceding winners:

WSOPE Most important Occasion Winners

2007: Annette Obrestad (362 entrants) £1,000,000 very first prize.
2008: John Juanda (362 entrants) £868,800 very first prize.
2009: Barry Shulman (334 entrants) £801,603 very first prize
2010: James Bord (346 entrants) £830,401 very first prize
2011: Elio Fox (593 entrants) €1,400,000 very first prize
2012: Phil Hellmuth (420 entrants) €1,058,403 very first prize
2013: Adrián Mateos (375 entrants) €1,000,000 very first prize
2015: Kevin MacPhee (313 entrants) €883,000 very first prize
2017: Marti Roca de Torres (529 entrants) €1,115,207 very first prize
2018: Jack Sinclair (534 entrants) €1,122,239 very first prize

It is the third year that the King’s Resort hosts the WSOPE, and as you can inform from the numbers, it appears like an great match, though the partnership signalled the start off of the ‘bust beginning flight A, re-enter beginning flight B,’ rule that was constantly going to see a hike in attendances.

Complete Schedule

Occasion #1: €350 ‘Opener’ NLHE €220k GTD two-beginning flights, two re-entries per flight – Oct 13 & 14
Occasion #two: €550 PLO eight-Handed €100k GTD two beginning flights, limitless re-entry – Oct 15 & 16
Occasion #three: €1,350 Mini Most important Occasion NLHE €550k GTD two beginning flights, single re-entry – Oct 16, 17 & 18
Occasion #four: €1,100 Turbo Bounty Hunter – €200k GTD €300 bounty, limitless re-entry – Oct 17
Occasion #five: €1,650 PLO/NLHE Mix – €200k GTD, limitless re-entry – Oct 19
Occasion #six €25,500 Platinum Higher Roller NLHE – €1m GTD limitless re-entry – Oct 20
Occasion #7: €2,200 PLO eight-Handed €200k GTD limitless re-entry – Oct 21
Occasion #eight: €100,000 Diamond Higher Roller €5m GTD limitless re-entry – Oct 23
Occasion #9: €10,350 WSOPE Most important Occasion €5m GTD two beginning flights, bust A can re-enter B – Oct 25 & 26
Occasion #10 €550 Colossus NLHE – €1m GTD 9 beginning flights, and 1 re-entry per flight – Oct 28, 29, 30, 31, Nov 1 two

What’s your opinion on the selection to make a schedule with so a lot of possibilities to re-enter events after busted?​

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