WSOP Europe 2013: A nice program in perspective
The Barrière Group and its partner Caesars Interactive published officially the program of the World Series Of Poker Europe 2013 (WSOPE). As announced a few months ago, the tournament moved in the charming Paris town of Enghien-lès-Bains. This 7th edition of the WSOP Europe has, like last year, seven bracelet events. And for the great pleasure of amateurs of high-limit tournaments, the High Roller event of 25,600 is one of this. From October 12, 2013 then, players will be awaited in the poker room of the Barrière Resort of Enghien-lès-Bains, to play the first bracelet event including the No Limit HoldEm of 1,100 buy-in, which will be held from October 12 to 15, 2013. The unfortunate of this tournament will be able to retry their chance to win the famous golden jewelry, during the Pot Limit Omaha of 1,650, the No Limit HoldEm of 2,200 and the Mixed-Max Pot Limit Omaha of 3,250.
The Main Event will be held from October 19 to 25, 2013. The No Limit HoldEm variant will be honored again and the entry fee at this major tournament of the WSOPE 2013 is set at 10,450. The successor of Phil Helmuth will go back with a superb gain, the bracelet and the honor of being Europes champion of poker. Note that the executive director of the WSOP, Ty Stewart, hopes to meet a real success during this first passage of the tournament, in the capital of France. In addition, new events including related tournaments and satellites have been added to the program in order to attract more players.
Wednesday, 29 May 2013
This page has been viewed 340 times.
All trademarks and copyrighted information contained herein are the property of their respective owners.