Four events added to WSOPE schedule

This year’s World Series of Poker Europe got a little bigger earlier this week after the addition of four new events.

This year’s WSOPE returns to the King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, running from October 13 to November 4. With the addition of four new events the WSOPE schedule now includes 15 WSOP bracelet events and an overall guaranteed prize pool of more than €22,000,000 ($24,000,000 US).

What is the first new WSOPE event? 

The first new event is event four on the WSOPE schedule, and the most expensive buy-in you’ll find at the King’s Casino. The €250,000 ($275,000) Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em tournament begins on October 16 with a €500,000 ($5.5 million) guaranteed prize pool.

The next new event begins the following day on October 17 and adds something new to the WSOPE schedule. The €2,500 ($2,700) Eight Game Mix is the first of two mixed tournaments added to the schedule.

The two-day event includes Hold’em, Omaha, Seven Card Stud, Razz and Triple Draw in different variations and has a €250,000 ($275,000) guarantee.

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Are there mixed WSOPE events added?

The other new mixed event is event 10, the €25,500 ($28,000) Mixed Game Championship, starting on October 21. This three-day event also includes different variations of Hold’em, Omaha, Seven Card Stud, Razz and Triple Draw, and has a €1,000,000 ($1.1 million guarantee).

The final new event on the WSOPE schedule is event 13, the €2,500 Short Deck No-Limit Hold’em tournament. This is the second Short Deck event on the WSOPE schedule, following the €25,500 Short Deck tournament earlier in the week. The cheaper Short Deck tournament begins on October 24 and has a €250,000 ($275,000) guarantee.

The WSOPE Main Event is still scheduled to begin on October 25 with two starting flights. The main event, which has a €10,350 ($11,000) buy-in, is slated to run for seven days with the final table on October 31.

The Main Event has a €5,000,000 ($5.5 million) guarantee.