WSOP Europe Update: Josef Gulas Jr. Crowned Main Event Champion; Series Wraps Up 

The World Series of Poker Europe came to a close in the Czech Republic this week and crowned a new Main Event champion.

The World Series of Poker Europe came to a close this week at King’s Casino Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. Despite the pandemic, the property reported attendance records for the Main Event.

Three more bracelets were awarded this week with Josef Gulas Jr. (pictured above)winning the €10,350 Main Event on Dec. 8. Here’s a look at some of the big winners in the final few events.

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Event 13: €10,000 NLHE Six-Max (Dec. 2)

It came down to an epic battle between Germany and France in this event. Players from these two countries made up all six seats at the final table.

France proved victorious as fellow countrymen went heads-up to fight for the bracelet.

Romain Le Dantec topped Sonny Franco heads up to grab €207,267 and his first bracelet.

The event drew in 73 runners and created a prize pool of €672,295. Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier was among those final table, but ended up finishing fourth. 

Event 14: €10,350 Main Event (Dec. 3)

Josef Gulas Jr., of the Czech Republic, rose to the top in this event that came with a €5 million guarantee. He won his first bracelet and snagged over €1.2 million for his efforts.

The win adds his name among other WSOPE Main Event winners like Annette Obrestad, John Juanda, Barry Shulman, Elio Fox, Phil Hellmuth, and Adrian Mateos.

Gulas topped France’s Johan’s Guilbert in heads-up play to take the title.

Guilbert scored  €789,031 for his runner-up finish. The event attracted 688 players and created a prize pool of more than €6.5 million.

“It’s an incredible feeling. I am truly thankful and happy,” Gulas said afterward. “It was a perfect tournament with a very nice structure in the best casino in Europe. Just incredible!”

Event 15: €3,000 Closer (Dec. 6)

Italian poker player Alessandro Pichierri closed out the series by grabbing the gold. In total, Pichierri overcame 228 entries to defeat Germany’s Timo Kamphues heads up.

Pichierri won a first place prize of €148,008 and also made a final table earlier in the series in event 3.

Looking ahead

The end of the WSOPE closes out a busy few months for the WSOP. There have been WSOP Online series at both WSOP.com and GGPoker. That was then followed by live series in Las Vegas and in Europe.

Players now have to wait just a bit over five months before the bracelet-hunting action heads back to Las Vegas. Players will find some changes as the series heads to the Vegas Strip for the first time.

Bally’s and Paris casinos will co-host events in 2022. In the meantime, players can also check out Online Circuit events with championship rings up for grabs at both sites.

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WSOP Europe Update: Martini Shakes It Up, Scoring Two Bracelets in a Single Week

The WSOP Europe continues at King’s Casino inn the Czech Republic, and France's Julien Martini was the big winner last week.

The World Series of PokerEurope continues at King’s Casino Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. Many new bracelet winners have emerged as European vie for some hardware.

The standout over the last week was France’s Julien Martini, who grabbed two bracelets.

The festival runs through Dec. 8  with more than €11.5 million guaranteed. The €10,350 Main Event is also now underway and is set for Dec. 3-8 with a €5 million guarantee. Here’s a look at some of the winners over the last week of action.

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Event 5: €550 Colossus (Nov. 24)

It took multiple days but Kosovo’s Edmond Jahjaga won his first bracelet after taking down the Colossus event.

Jahjaga defeated France’s Riadh Farhart in heads-up play for the title. The event featured 2,478 entrants and Jahjaga won €147,775 for his victory. 

“It means a lot to me,” Jahjaga told WSOP.com. “I don’t know how to describe it because it comes so unexpected. The whole experience feels like a movie and it just happened.”

Event 6: €1,650 NLHE/ PLO Mixed (Nov. 25)

The mixed event drew in 339 players to create a €483,075 prize pool. Antoine Vranken of the Netherlands scored his first bracelet after defeating Moncef Karoui of Tunisia.

Originally this event was scheduled to be a two-day event but the tournament went into a third day. Ten players returned to Day 3 to chase the gold including a short stacked Vranken. However, he stayed patient and was able to make a run to score the win.

Event 7: €5,000 PLO (Nov. 27)

Denmark’s Maximilian Klostermeier crushed the competition in the €5,000 PLO event. This was the second bracelet win for Klostermeier. His first bracelet was won in 2019 in a PLO event as well.

Klostermeier defeated 184 players to score a payday of €204,010. The total prize pool for this event was €830,300.

Bulgaria had a heavy presence at the final table as Nikola Minkov, Vasil Medarov, and Veselin Karakitukov all made an appearance. 

Event 8: €2,500 Short Deck (Nov. 28)

Frenchman Julien Martini (pictured above in lead image) won his second bracelet on Tuesday after winning the Short Deck event. The event drew in 98 players and created a prize pool of €214,130

Martini won €60,009 for first place. For those new to Short Deck, the game  uses a 36-card deck with all the twos, threes, fours, and fives taken out. This changes the odyssey for a couple hands:

  • A flush beats a full house
  • Three of a kind beats a straight

Event 9: €1,100 Turbo Bounty Hunter (Nov. 29)

Romania’s Sergiu Covrig showed to be the top bounty hunter last week after defeating Germany’s Michael Strauch

Covrig grabbed his first bracelet and €79,282 for the victory. This event also needed an extra day of play as 604 entries jumped into the field. The prize pool was a total of €214,130

Besides Strauch, Tim Novotny and Pierre Trauer also represented Germany at the final table. 

Event 10: €25,000 Platinum High Roller (Nov. 29)

Ukraine’s Andriy Lyubovetskiy won €518,430 after defeating Joni Jouhkimainen heads up in this high stakes affair. This was the second time in a week Jouhkimainen scored a runner-up for a finish.

The total prize pool reached €1.7 million and included 72 players. 

Event 11: €1,650 NLHE Six-Handed (Nov. 30)

Italian player Simone Andrian netted his first bracelet and €158,616 after topping the Czech Republic’s Josef Snejberg in heads-up play. 

Andrian defeated a field of 535 entries to capture the gold. The Czech Republic also claimed the fifth-place spot as Jan Bednar scored €31,320.

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Event 12: €2,000 Eight-Game Mixed (Dec. 1)

Most players are lucky enough to win one bracelet in a lifetime, but for Julien Martini he grabbed two in a week.

On Thursday, Martini won €33,910 and his second piece of hardware. He defeated 61 entries and took his piece of the €107,207 prize pool. 

On the final day, 10 players were left including Max Pescatori of Italy. However, Pescatory, Borja Gross, and Roland Israelashvili all busted out in the first few minutes when action restarted

Upcoming WSOP bracelet events

The WSOP Europe is wrapping up over the next few days. A few final events remain including the Main Event. Here’s a look at this week’s action:

  • 10,350 Main Event  (Event 14, Dec. 3-8)
  • €3,000 Closer (Event 15, Dec. 6)

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PokerGO Ramps Up WSOP Europe Coverage; Another Bracelet Awarded as Europeans Shine

The World Series of Poker continues this week at King’s Casino in the Czech Republic and PokerGO begins streaming the action on Wednesday.

The World Series of Poker continues this week at King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, and PokerGO begins streaming the action on Wednesday.

The platform streamed live events throughout the WSOP in Las Vegas and the coverage now shifts to Europe. Viewers have an opportunity to check out the action beginning with the €25,000 Platinum High Roller.

The free streams are presented by ClubGG, the sweepstakes poker site of GGPoker. So far, plenty of Europe’s own players have found the winner’s circle so far with several tournaments still on tap.

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Four WSOP events to watch on PokerGO

In total, the WSOPE features 15 gold bracelets running Nov. 19 – Dec. 8 with €11.5 million guaranteed. PokerGO viewers will find live final table streams of four marquee events from the series. Here’s a look at the complete live stream schedule:

  •  €25,000 Platinum High Roller (Dec. 1, 12:30 pm ET) – €1 million guaranteed
  • €1,650 No-Limit Hold’em Six-Max (Dec. 2, 12:30 pm ET) – $200,000 guaranteed
  • €10,000 NLHE Six-Max (Dec. 4 at 12:30 pm ET)
  • €10,350 Main Event (Dec. 8 at 12:30 pm ET) – €5 million guaranteed

Past WSOP Europe broadcasts are also archived on PokerGO.com. That includes more than 100 hours of content including the 2019 WSOPE and episodes from 2008-13.

Series highlights European players

With the WSOPE piggybacking on the Vegas series so closely, fewer players from the western hemisphere seem to be among those in Rozvadov. That excludes poker hotbeds like the United States, Canada, Brazil, and more.

With the Vegas series running in the fall instead of summer, organizers couldn’t put a break in between the two series With the first five events complete, winners have all been from Europe.

That list of countries includes Kosovo, Slovakia, Switzerland, Netherlands, and Italy. Most players in the top spots so far have been from European countries.

Travel difficulties due to COVID-19 appear to play a part. But North American players also have some other options with the World Poker Tour offering two major events in November and December.

The Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open is underway at the Seminole Hard Rock in Florida. The Five Diamond World Poker Classic is also set for Dec. 15-19 at Bellagio in Las Vegas at Bellagio. Some players may just need a WSOP break with the Vegas series now complete.

WSOPE awards another bracelet

Edmond Jahjaga shows off his WSOPE bracelet. (photo courtesy WSOP)

Kosovo’s Edmond Jahjaga became the latest WSOPE winner on Tuesday, winning Event 5: €550 Colossus. He topped 2,478 entries for a score of €147,775 and his first bracelet.

France’s Riadh Farhat finished runner-up for €91,318. Jahjaga is a businessman back in Kosovo and only began playing poker about five years ago.

“It means a lot to me,” he told WSOP.com afterward. “I don’t know how to describe it because it comes so unexpectedly. The whole experience feels like a movie and it just happened.”

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WSOP Europe Gets Underway With Four Bracelets Already Awarded

After successful online and live series in Las Vegas, the World Series of Poker headed to Europe last week for the next live bracelet series.

After successful online and live series in Las Vegas, the World Series of Poker headed to Europe last week for the next live bracelet series. 

The WSOP Europe runs Nov. 19 – Dec. 8 at King’s Casino Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic with €11.5 million guaranteed. This includes 15 WSOP gold bracelets with the €10,350 Main Event running Dec 3-8 with a €5 million guarantee.

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After some speculation regarding COVID-19, the casino announced last week that the series will continue. King’s announced on Twitter the WSOP will complete the series as planned. With four bracelets already won, here’s a look at the action so far.

Event 1: €350 NLHE Opener (Nov. 19)

A massive 1,789-player field showed up for The Opener. At the end of the day, Italy’s Antonello Ferraiuolo (pictured above) won the first bracelet of the series. 

On top of the €77,750 payday for first. Ferraioulo also won a Main Event seat

Ferraiuolo was the latest Italian WSOP bracelet winner since 2015, when Max Pescatori scored two bracelets. The event was streamed live on Youtube for poker fans to check out the action. 

Event 2: €550 PLO Eight-Handed (Nov. 20)

Bjorn Verbakel, of the Netherlands, captured his first bracelet in this Pot Limit Omaha event. The tournament crushed the $200,000 guarantee with the prize pool swelling to €295,925

Verbakel won €59,250 after defeating Zhao Feng of Singapore heads up. Feng scored €36,7617 for second place.

Event 3: €1,350 NLH Mini Main (Nov. 22)

The Mini Main Event attracted 1,397 players with Switzerland’s Emil Bise coming out victorious. Bise overcame Romania’s Marius Gicovanu heads up to win €250,175.

The Swiss player has a gold bracelet to go with two WSOP Circuit rings under his belt.

The event saw 1,397 entries for a €1.6 million prize pool, more than double the €600,000 guarantee.

Event 4: €2,000 PLO (Nov 23)

Slovakians went head to head for this PLO bracelet last week. Samuel Stranak battled his countryman Alan Sabo for the title. Stranek came out on top for €101,764

The tournament produced 241 entries for a prize pool of €423,557. That again more than doubled the $200,000 guarantee.

Some other standout final table opponents included Ian Bradley, Amir Mozaffarian, and Krasimir Yankov.

Players from around the world have jumped in the WSOP Europe action. Many are eager for the return of live poker in Europe.

Upcoming WSOP bracelet events

WSOP Europe will offer a full range of games over the next few days. That includes the final table of Event 5: €550 Colossus. Also players will see a high roller, Pot Limit Omaha, turbo, and a Short Deck event. 

Here’s a look at this week’s action:

  • 1,100 NLHE Turbo Bounty (Event 9, Nov. 29)
  • €25,000 NLHE High Roller (Event 10, Nov. 29)
  • 1,650 NLHE Six-Handed (Event 11, Nov. 30)
  • 2,000 8-Game Mix (Event 12, Dec. 1)

Here’s a look at the complete schedule.

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2021 WSOP Europe

EventDatesTournamentBuy-inGuaranteeChip Stack
1Nov. 19 -22“Opener” NLHE€350€300,00020,000
2Nov. 20 - 238-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha€550€200,00025,000
3Nov. 21 - 25Mini Main Event NLHE€1,350€600,000100,000
4Nov. 24 & 252K Pot Limit Omaha€2,000€200,00050,000
5Nov. 24 - 30NLH Colossus€550€1,000,00025,000
6Nov. 25NLH Classic Freezeout€1,000€150,00030,000
7Nov. 25 & 26PLO/NLH Mixed€1,650€200,00040,000
8Nov. 26 & 27Short Deck€2,500€200,00050,000
9Nov. 27 & 285K Pot Limit Omaha€5,000€150,000100,000
10Nov. 29NLH Bounty Hunter€1,100€200,00030,000
11Nov. 29 & 3025K NLH Platinum High Roller€25,000€1,000,000500,000
12Nov. 30 & Dec. 1NLH 6-max€1,650€200,00040,000
13Dec. 1 & 28-Game Mix€2,000€150,00050,000
14Dec. 2 & 350K NLH Diamond High Roller€50,000€2,000,0001,000,000
15Dec. 3 - 8WSOP Europe Main Event€10,350€5,000,000100,000
 

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‘Road To WSOP Europe’ Awards Main Event Packages At GGPoker

GGPoker is sending some online poker players to the WSOP Europe. On Friday, the company launched the "Road to WSOP Europe" promotion.

GGPoker is planning to send a few lucky online poker players to the World Series of Poker Europe. On Friday, the company launched of the “Road to WSOP Europe” promotion.

Satellites to the series’ €10,350 Main Event are set to launch exclusively on the online poker room on Oct. 17. The promotion promises a poker dream come true for many players.

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Details on the Road to WSOPE

The WSOP Europe Main Event is set for Dec. 3-8 at King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. The championship event features a €5 million guarantee.

GG satellite buy-ins range from €25 to €1,000, with dozens of exclusive satellites running daily. 

“WSOP Europe is always one of the best live events on the poker calendar, and the only way to win your seat online is through GGPoker,” GG director of live events and sponsorships John Scanlon said in a news release.

“I hope that as many GGPoker players as possible will join us in Rozvadov this December.”

A look at the WSOP Europe

After taking a year off because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the WSOP Europe returns  Nov. 19 to Dec. 8. The series features 15 gold bracelet events and more than €11 million in guaranteed prize pools.

The festival returns to King’s Casino for the fourth year and is also preceded by a WSOP Circuit event. That series runs from Aug. 12 – Sept. 14 with over €15 million guaranteed.

For the WSOPE, buy-ins range from €350 to €50,000. The series features a wide range of tournament types and poker variants.

King’s Casino is located near the German border, between Prague and Munich. The Central Europe location gives Europeans an easy poker travel destination. Here’s a look at the complete WSOPE schedule.

2021 World Series of Poker Europe

EventDatesTournamentBuy-inGuaranteeChip Stack
1Nov. 19 -22“Opener” NLHE€350€300,00020,000
2Nov. 20 - 238-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha€550€200,00025,000
3Nov. 21 - 25Mini Main Event NLHE€1,350€600,000100,000
4Nov. 24 & 252K Pot Limit Omaha€2,000€200,00050,000
5Nov. 24 - 30NLH Colossus€550€1,000,00025,000
6Nov. 25NLH Classic Freezeout€1,000€150,00030,000
7Nov. 25 & 26PLO/NLH Mixed€1,650€200,00040,000
8Nov. 26 & 27Short Deck€2,500€200,00050,000
9Nov. 27 & 285K Pot Limit Omaha€5,000€150,000100,000
10Nov. 29NLH Bounty Hunter€1,100€200,00030,000
11Nov. 29 & 3025K NLH Platinum High Roller€25,000€1,000,000500,000
12Nov. 30 & Dec. 1NLH 6-max€1,650€200,00040,000
13Dec. 1 & 28-Game Mix€2,000€150,00050,000
14Dec. 2 & 350K NLH Diamond High Roller€50,000€2,000,0001,000,000
15Dec. 3 - 8WSOP Europe Main Event€10,350€5,000,000100,000

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WSOP Europe Bracelets Are Back – Official Schedule Released; International Circuit Also Returns

The World Series of Poker continues this week at King’s Casino in the Czech Republic and PokerGO begins streaming the action on Wednesday.

World Series of Poker organizers officially announced the return of the WSOP Europe on Monday. The series runs Nov. 19 to Dec. 8 at King’s Casino Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, just after the WSOP wraps up in Las Vegas.

The series features €11.5 million in guaranteed prizes and 15 WSOP gold bracelets up for grabs. The €10,350 Main Event caps the series Dec 3-8 and comes with a €5 million guarantee.

Along with the WSOP Europe, King’s will also host a WSOP International Circuit series in August and September. That schedule was also released on Monday.

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Highlights from the WSOP Europe

The return of WSOP Europe events helps usher in at least the beginning of the return of live poker in Europe. The series includes 15 events with buy-ins from €350 to €2 million. Some of the highlights include:

  • $1,350 Mini NLHE Main Event (Event 3, Nov 21-25) – 600,000 guaranteed
  • $2,000 Pot Limit Omaha (Event 4, Nov 24-25) – 200,000 guaranteed
  • $550 NLHE Colossus (Event 5, Nov 24-30) – 1 million guaranteed
  • $25,000 Platinum High Roller (Event 11, Nov 29-30) – 1 million guaranteed
  • €50,000 Diamond High Roller (Event 15, Dec. 2-3) – €2 million guaranteed

Here’s a look at the complete schedule.

2021 WSOP Europe

EventDatesTournamentBuy-inGuaranteeChip Stack
1Nov. 19 -22“Opener” NLHE€350€300,00020,000
2Nov. 20 - 238-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha€550€200,00025,000
3Nov. 21 - 25Mini Main Event NLHE€1,350€600,000100,000
4Nov. 24 & 252K Pot Limit Omaha€2,000€200,00050,000
5Nov. 24 - 30NLH Colossus€550€1,000,00025,000
6Nov. 25NLH Classic Freezeout€1,000€150,00030,000
7Nov. 25 & 26PLO/NLH Mixed€1,650€200,00040,000
8Nov. 26 & 27Short Deck€2,500€200,00050,000
9Nov. 27 & 285K Pot Limit Omaha€5,000€150,000100,000
10Nov. 29NLH Bounty Hunter€1,100€200,00030,000
11Nov. 29 & 3025K NLH Platinum High Roller€25,000€1,000,000500,000
12Nov. 30 & Dec. 1NLH 6-max€1,650€200,00040,000
13Dec. 1 & 28-Game Mix€2,000€150,00050,000
14Dec. 2 & 350K NLH Diamond High Roller€50,000€2,000,0001,000,000
15Dec. 3 - 8WSOP Europe Main Event€10,350€5,000,000100,000

WSOP Circuit International announced

Along with the European WSOP, the International Circuit also returns Aug 12 – Sept 14 at King’s Casino Resort. The property hosts 17 championship ring events.

The festival will have more than €3.5 million in guaranteed prizes with buy-ins ranging from €200 to €3000. The €1,700 Main Event runs Sept 10-14 with a €1 million guarantee. Other highlighted circuit events include:

  • $250 Mini NLHE Main Event (Event 6, Aug 25-30) – 500,000 guaranteed
  • $550 Pot Limit Omaha Bounty Hunter (Event 8, Aug 30) – 50,000 guaranteed
  • $550 NLHE Monster Stack (Event 11, Sept 2-6) – 500,000 guaranteed

Here’s the full WSOP International Circuit schedule.

2021 WSOP International Circuit Kings Casino

EventDatesTournamentBuy-inGuaranteeChip Stack
1Aug. 12-16King’s Opener NLHE€200€300,00025,000
2Aug. 17-186-Handed NLHE€440€50,00040,000
3Aug. 18-23NLHE KENTA Bounty Hunter (€100 Bounty)€330€400,00030,000
4Aug. 24NLHE Senior Event 50+€250€20,00025,000
5Aug. 25NLHE Ladies Event€250€10,00025,000
6Aug. 25-30NLHE Mini Main Event€250€500,00050,000
7Aug. 29-30NLHE Fiftystack€660€100,00050,000
8Aug. 30PLO Bounty Hunter (€150 Bounty)€550€50,00040,000
9Aug. 31 – Sep. 1€550 PLO/NLHE Mixed€550€50,00040,000
10Sep. 1-2Omaha Hi/Lo Pot Limit€440€50,00040,000
11Sep. 2-6NLHE Monsterstack€550€500,000100,000
12Sep. 57-Card Stud Limit€440€10,00030,000
13Sep. 6-76-Handed Pot Limit Omaha€440€50,00040,000
14Sep. 75-Card PLO€1,100€50,00050,000
15Sep. 7-88-Handed 2K Pot Limit Omaha€2,000€200,000100,000
16Sep. 8-93K 8-Handed NLHE€3,000€300,000200,000
17Sep 10-14WSOP Circuit Main Event€1,700€1,000,00050,000

This is the first WSOP live circuit event since the beginning of 2020. WSOP has been hosting online events internationally through GGPoker. That includes the upcoming WSOP Online running on the site.

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