Yes, the 2022 World Series of Poker returns to the King's Casino in Rozvadov aka RozVegas in the Czech Republic which includes 15 bracelet events from October 26 to November 16. The WSOP-Circuit also continues its 2022-23 season with 10 international stops including the King's Casino along with stops in Aruba, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, Holland, Uruguay, Canada, Morocco, and St. Maarten.
The World Series of Poker Circuit is going international between now and the spring of next year. Get ready for the global expansion of the WSOP-Circuit brand, along with the glorious return anchor event in RozVegas with the 2022 World Series of Poker Europe.
Let's start with bracelet events in RozVegas. For three weeks starting in October, poker players will compete for gold bling at the King's Casino in Rozvadov with 15 bracelets at stake. Buy-ins are as low as 350 Euros including a pair of High Roller events -- 25K and 50K -- and the 10,450 buy-in marquee Main Event slated for November 11. If you like a little variation, there's PLO, Short Deck, 8-Game Mix, and PLO/NL Mixed. Not to mention a Turbo Bounty Hunter, 6-handed NL, and a Turbo Freezeout to cap off the WSOP Europe.
"We're very excited to host the biggest and most prestigious tournament series with the biggest guarantees in Europe without any limitations and struggles of the past two years," said King's owner Leon Tsoukernik. "Finally, also travel restrictions for players coming from the US have been lifted. We're all set to deliver first-class service and hospitality for all poker players at King's."
But wait, there's more. Yes, Ty Stewart is still continuing his quest for global dominance with the rapid expansion of the WSOP Circuit brand aka WSOP-C.
"The World Series of Poker is ready to go international once again," said Ty Stewart, the Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the World Series of Poker. "Poker is bigger than ever and there has been a recent run of international champions in our Main Events. We're excited to bring the once-in-a-lifetime poker experiences of the WSOP-C and WSOP Europe back to transcontinental players."
Of course, it's fitting that the home of the WSOP Europe will also be the location of the kick off of international tournaments for the WSOP-C. Starting September 21 and running through October 11, the WSOP-C will be hosted at the King's Casino in Rozvegas. The winner of the Main event gets a coveted gold ring and gets a freeroll into the season-ending Tournament of Champions.
There's also a tournament in Aruba running concurrently with the WSOP-C in RozVegas. The Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort will host a WSOP-C series between September 22 and October 2.
In October, the WSOP will have events at the Unique Hotel in Sao Paolo, Brazil plus the Cintermex Convention Center in Monterrey, Mexico. I hope Ty Stewart paid off the right officials and federales, otherwise he's doomed to repeat the woes of the LAPT Mexico.
In November the WSOP-C goes Down Under with an event at the prestigious The Star Sydney in Sydney, Australia. At the end of November, the Holland Casino in Rotterdam plays host to the WSOP-C. In December, the Enjoy Punta del Este Resort in Uruguay hosts an event.
In January of next year, get ready for some snow poker with a trip to the Deerfoot Inn & Casino in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. There's also a WSOP-C event at the swanky Es Saadi Marrakech Resort in Marrakech, Morocco,
The WSOP-C concludes their international series in late March and early April at the Casino Royale in St. Maarten.
Dust off the passport, remember where you stashed your Euros, and start packing for these exotic and opulent destinations because the WSOP-C is coming to an global hotspot near you.