The 2021 World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) at King’s Resort, Rozvadoz, Czech Republic, schedule has reached the €1 million guaranteed Main Event, and you can follow all of the action right here at PokerNews.
Poker players from around the world will exchange €1,700 for 50,000 chips and the chance to get their hands, or should that be fingers, on a coveted gold WSOPC ring. Each Day 1 level lasts 60-minutes, and blinds start at 100/200 with a big blind ante of 200, giving those who buy in plenty of room to manoeuvre.
Day 1a shuffles up and deals at 1:00 p.m. CET on September 10 with Day 1b scheduled for the same time on September 11. The surviving players from both flights meet up on September 12 for Day 2, with Day 3 running on September 13. This tournament’s champion will be crowned at some point on September 14, and PokerNews’ live reporting team will be with you every step of the way.
€1M Gtd 2021 WSOPC Main Event Schedule
|Fri 10 Sep||1:00 p.m.||€1,700 WSOP Circuit NLH Main Event Day 1a [Ring #17]|
|Sat 11 Sep||1:00 p.m.||€1,700 WSOP Circuit NLH Main Event Day 1b [Ring #17]|
|Sun 12 Sep||1:00 p.m.||WSOP Circuit NLH Main Event Day 2 [Ring #17]|
|Mon 13 Sep||1:00 p.m.||WSOP Circuit NLH Main Event Day 3 [Ring #17]|
|Tue 14 Sep||1:00 p.m.||WSOP Circuit NLH Main Event Final Day [Ring #17]|
Last year’s eagerly anticipated festival was cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This means the 2019 champion, Jakub Oliva, is the reigning Main Event champion.
Oliva came out on top of a 768-strong field (643 unique entrants and 15 re-entries) to get his hands on €215,350, which included a €10,350 seat to the next available WSOP Europe Main Event.
2019 World Series of Poker International Circuit Main Event Final Table Results
|Place||Player||Country||Prize (in EUR)||Prize (in USD)|
|1||Jakub Oliva||Czech Republic||€ 205,000*||$226,060|
|2||Toon Hanot||Belgium||€ 123,500*||$136,187|
|3||Andrei Makavets||Belarus||€ 88,500*||$97,592|
|4||Aliaksandr Shylko||Belarus||€ 68,500*||$75,537|
|5||Shay Rozenbaum||Israel||€ 54,000*||$59,547|
|6||Grzegorz Wyraz||Poland||€ 42,000*||$46,315|
|7||Alois Sprachta||Czech Republic||€ 31,000*||$34,185|
|8||Daniel Wendorf||Austria||€ 21,200*||$23,378|
* plus a WSOPE Main Event Ticket worth €10,350
2021 WSOPC Festival Ring Winners
Fifteen players have won the first 16 2021 WSOPC festival events and, therefore, are now in receipt of a gold WSOPC ring. Tonny Krijn has managed to secure two victories and two circuit rings! Krijn won the €440 PLO8 event and followed that impressive result up with a win in the €1,100 5-Card PLO.
|€200 NLH 2021 King’s Opener||2,069||€353,799||Patrik Zidek||€55,581|
|€440 NLH 6-Max||284||€107,920||Nabil Amergoul||€22,823|
|€230 NLH Bounty Hunter||2,084||€385,540||Podda Alessio||€59,500|
|€250 NLH Seniors Event||171||€36,551||“Svaras||€8,772|
|€250 NLH Ladies Event||43||€9,500||Miriam Ondrikova||€3,514|
|€250 Mini Main Event||3,083||€666,472||Arin Mohamad||€103,700|
|€660 NLH Fifty Stack||320||€182,400||Karol Bogusz||€34,500|
|€400 PLO Bounty Hunter||294||€95,550||Achim Gold||€20,212|
|€550 Mixed PLO/NLH||219||€104,025||Dennis Krusch||€24,188|
|€440 PLO8||138||€52,440||Tonny Krijn||€13,506|
|€550 NLH Monster Stack||1,229||€583,775||Silviu Virgil Nemes||€100,000|
|€440 7-Card Stud||60||€22,800||Jeremy Trojand||€7,752|
|€1,100 5-Card PLO||116||€110,200||Tonny Krijn||€29,259|
|€440 PLO 6-Max||259||€98,420||Denis Patryk Kumiec||€21,800|
|€2,000 PLO 2K 8-Max||112||€196,840||“Poulet”||€52,261|
|€3,000 NLHE 3K 8-Max||81||€215,460||Tomas Maksymillian Wrobel||€63,022|