King Size Poker Fun at Europe’s Largest Poker Room

May 25, 2012

The news is out. The popular King’s Casino Rozvadov inCzechRepublicis officially home to the largest poker room inEurope. The new ‘Poker Arena’ at the casino is one of the major hubs for poker pros on the continent. The poker room is open 24/7 and offers non-stop poker action to its members. It is also a premier location for some of the major poker tournaments fromEuropeand around the world. Here are a few details about the new largest poker room inEurope.

King’s Casino Rozvadov Poker Arena

The King’s Casino Rozvadov is located less than two hours fromPrague, which is known for its festive and party spirit. With the new development, the city will soon become a hub for poker players inEurope. The new poker room of King’s Casino Rozvadov is located in a separate complex, dedicated completely to the game of poker.

With its newly acquired status, the Poker Arena at King’s Casino Rozvadov  will be hosting more number of events now. Along with the usual tournaments that is hosts there, the casino will also start having at least one tournament everyday. Despite becoming the biggest European poker room, the King’s Casino Rozvadov poker arena will have tournaments and events for all kinds of poker players. The buy-ins for tourneys here can be as low as just €30 and as high as €25,000.

Upcoming Tournaments at King’s Casino Rozvadov

The biggest poker room inEuropeis busy hosting the King’s Deepstack Series this month. The deepstack series began on May 24 and will continue through May 30, 2012. The tournament features several deepstack events in Hold’em andOmahaand offers guaranteed prizes of more than €100,000.

The poker room at  King’s Casino Rozvadov would also be hosting the German Championship of Poker or GCOP 2012 in July. The GCOP will begin on July 4 and will continue through July 9, 2012. The main event of the GCOP has a buy-in of €1,100 and and offers a guaranteed prize pool of €200,000. Here is a note on some of the interesting side events that you can participate in at the GCOP II.

  1. The opening NLH event is on July 4, and has a buy-in of 30 Eur. It has a guaranteed prize pool of 40,000 Eur
  2. On July 6, there is a €90 NLH 6-max deepstack event you can participate in. A Turbo deepstack bounty event with a buy-in of €250 and a guaranteed prize pool of €15,000 will take place on July 8
  3. On July 9, you can participate in the last side event, the Cool Down NLH, which has a buy-in of €75 and a guaranteed prize pool of €4,000

The Main Event of the GCOP II will begin on July 6 and end with the final table on July 9. The series will also feature a number of satellite events for the Main Event.