Saturday November 11, 2017 at 2:00 am

We compiled a list of all of the bracelet winners from the 2017 WSOP Europe in Rozvadov. This year's series in Europe featured 11 bracelet events, including a couple of special events like The MONSTER STACK, THE COLOSUSS, Turbo Bounty, Little One for One Drop, and the One Drop High Roller.

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The 2017 World Series of Poker Europe featured 11 bracelet events of varying buy-ins and formats. The Czech Republic was well represented in this year's WSOP-E. Several local players shipped bracelets, including pro Martin Kabrhel, who shipped the NL TURBO BOUNTY. Lukas Zaskodny and Matous Skorepa were the other two Czechs who won a piece of bling.

Niall Farrell from Scotland finally won his first bracelet after a pair of runner-up finishes in Las Vegas. Farrell joined an elite club of Triple Crown winners with his victory in the €25K High Roller.

Jesus Ferguson shipped his sixth-career bracelet with a win in Event #7 €1,650 PLO 8. The first-place finish thrust Jesus into a near-lock for 2017 WSOP Player of the Year.

German pro Dominik Nitsche faded a field of 132 entrants to win Event #10 €111,111 High Roller for One Drop. He walked away with the bracelet and €3,487,463.

And the Main Event! This year's field included 529 runners and the prize pool topped €5M. Spain's Marti Roca De Torres prevailed and took down the final bracelet event in RozVegas.

If you'd like to see who won bracelets at the WSOP in Las Vegas this past summer, check out our 2017 WSOP bracelet winners page.

Here's a list of everyone who shipped a bracelet at the King's Casino...

2017 WSOP Bracelet Winners

Event #1 €1,100 NL MONSTER Stack

Entrants: 561

Prize Pool: €538,280

Payouts: 84

Winner: Oleksandr Shcherbak (Ukraine) €117,708


Event #2 €550 PLO

Entrants: 523

Prize Pool: €250,909

Payouts: 70

Winner: Andreas Klatt (Germany) €56,400


Event #3 €1,100 NL Super TURBO Bounty

Entrants: 325

Prize Pool: €214,337

Payouts: 49

Winner: Martin Kabrhel (Czech Republic) €53,557

Event #4 €1,650 NL 6-Handed

Entrants: 240

Prize Pool: €345,420

Payouts: 36

Winner: Theodore McQuilkin (France) €88,043


Event #5 THE COLOSSUS €550 NL

Entrants: 4,115

Prize Pool: €2,000,000

Payouts: 590

Winner: Matous Skorepa (Czech Republic) €270,015

Event #6 €2,200 PLO

Entrants: 191

Prize Pool:

Payouts: 29

Winner: Lukas Zaskodny (Czech Republic) €93,677


Event #7 €1,650 PLO 8 or Better

Entrants: 92

Prize Pool: €140,111

Payouts: 14

Winner: Chris 'Jesus' Ferguson (USA) €39,289


Event #8 €1,111 Little One for One Drop

Entrants: 868

Prize Pool: €866,654

Payouts: 131

Winner: Albert Hoekendijk (Netherlands) €170,764


Event #9 €25,000 NL High Roller

Entrants: 113

Prize Pool: €2,651,545

Payouts: 17

Winner: Niall Farrell (United Kingdom) €745,287


Event #10 €111,111 High Roller for One Drop

Entrants: 132

Prize Pool: €12,980,000

Payouts: 20

Winner: Dominik Nitsche (Germany) €3,487,463


Event #11 €10,350 NL MAIN EVENT

Entrants: 529

Prize Pool: €5,025,500

Payouts: 80

Winner: Marti Roca De Torres (Spain) €1,115,207

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