The WSOP Tour Has Come to Europe

After the conclusion of the Las Vegas WSOP main event tournament, it is now time for European players to showcase their skills in the WSOP Europe round, which started on November 19th, 2021, and will run until December 7th, 2021. Over this period, 15 tournaments will be held, each offering guaranteed prizes in the tens and hundreds of thousands of euros, along with a coveted gold bracelet for winning a WSOP tournament. The most anticipated event is the 14th "Main Event," scheduled from December 3rd to December 8th, 2021, with an entry fee of EUR 10,350 and a guaranteed prize pool of at least EUR 5,000,000.

All tournaments of this WSOP tour will take place at King's Resort in the Czech Republic, conveniently located near the German border between Prague and Munich.

Schedule of the 15 Events from the WSOP Europe Round:

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Main Event – 100,000 Chips NLH

Over 400 players have signed up for the Main Event, and the impressive presence of French and German poker players is notable. Among the non-European players, we have:

Suksan Phusisot from Thailand, who finished in 219th place.
Rachid Oubella from Morocco, who finished in 249th place.
Tony Tran from the US, who finished in 17th place.
Roland Israelashvili from the US, who finished in 121st place.

Currently, the tournament is nearing the end of day four, with only 15 players remaining. Johan Guilbert of France is in first place, followed by Thomas Denie in second and Guillaume Diaz in third. We will keep you updated!

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End of Day 5 – End of Tournament

Another main event of the WSOP round has come to a close, and after five days of quality poker, at 4:00 a.m. local time in the Czech Republic, Josef Gulas Jr. defeated Frenchman Johan Guilbert in the final hand to claim the prestigious prize of 1,276,712 euros. Guilbert's second-place finish is also impressive, promising him a prize of 789,031 euros.

Josef's victory in front of his home fans makes him the eighth Czech player to win a prestigious WSOP bracelet. Notably, at least 4 of the Czech players' wins have happened on their home turf at King Resort.

Last Hand:

In the final hand, Guilbert came up short with a pair of 2s and went all-in, while Josef, holding an A of Diamond and an 8 of Spades, called quickly. The flop offered Guilbert little hope for a chip double-up – J of Diamond, K of Club, 3 of Heart, and the Turn came 7 of Diamond. The River brought 8 of Heart, giving Josef a pair of 8s, securing his win in the hand and the entire tournament. Well done!

Tournament Summary: A total of 688 player entries generated a prize pool of 6,536,000 Euros, with the top 104 players receiving prizes.

The 8 Big Winners of the Tournament:

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