A couple of players are still heading for the free buffet and as a result, the start of the tournament has been pushed back a bit. Among those already here were the Danes Jesper Hougaard, Mikkel Plum and Claus Carlsen as well as Vasili Firsau.
The King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, is hosting the World Series of Poker Circuit Event for the first time ever and has come up with a festival that features 12 days and 13 rings up for grabs. The total guarantee is set with €1,800,000 and Event #9 is the €3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller event with at least €100,000 in prizes up for grabs.
The tournament runs over two days and features levels of 40 minutes on the first day with the level duration increasing to one hour for Day 2. All participants receive 30,000 in chips and an optional reentry can be purchased throughout the scheduled nine levels of Day 1.
Late registration remains open until the start of Day 2 where all new players will start with more than 25 big blinds still. The action for today gets underway in one hour from now at 18:00 local time.
Many big names are in fact already here in Rozvadov and play high stakes Pot-Limit Omaha cash games such as Leon Tsoukernik, Fedor Holz, Martin Kabrhel and Patrik Antonius. Other regulars of the international poker circuit are also expected at the tables with World Series of Poker bracelet winner John Kabbaj and Mihails Morozovs amongst others.
The PokerNews live reporting team will provide updates from the PLO High Roller in the next two days as well as the €25,000 Super High Roller and the €1,650 Main Event until November 9th 2015, so make sure to tune back in often to find out who is making history here in the Czech Republic.
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