The World Series of Poker in Las Vegas may be over but the action is just warming up for international players. Players heading home from Sin City have plenty of tournaments to look forward to this August and September.
Many also come with numerous opportunities to win a seat in some live action via online poker qualifiers. Operators like PokerStars, PartyPoker, and the WSOP are hosting major events to close out the summer months.
Players can expect big fields and lots of solid guarantees. Here’s a look at some of the international poker tournaments through September.
PartyPoker heads to the Czech Republic
King’s Resort in Rozvadov will play home to the PartyPoker Championship (PPC) Czech Republic Aug. 8-15. Currently King’s is the largest poker room in Europe boasting 160 poker tables.
The event includes multiple tournaments with buy-ins ranging from €150 to €1,000. Highlights include the €300 main event that carries a €500,000 guarantee.
“This event marks the return of PartyPoker to King’s Resort after several years,” PartyPoker head of live events Dan Rose said. “We’re so excited to bring our brand new PPC brand to such a famous, high-quality card room, and it will be a perfect low buy-in, high guarantee event for our players to return to Rozvadov for.”
There are also online opportunities. Players can advance in Day 2 of the Main Event by playing in an Online Day 1. Online starting flights run July 31, Aug. 7, and Aug. 9. For more information on the series, click here.
Road to PSPC continues with PokerStars
PokerStars is running non-stop action in the next few months. The company will be hosting tours all throughout Europe.
The tour will also offer Platinum Passes to the PokerStars Player Championship in the Bahamas, which is scheduled for January. A Platinum Pass includes a tournament and travel package worth more than $30,000.
Some events and locations of Pokerstars official events include:
- Aug. 8-21 – EPT Casino Barcelona (Spain)
- Aug. 25-29 – Dusk Till Dawn (Nottingham, United Kingdom)
- Aug. 31 – Sept.1 – Casino Schenefeld (Hamburg, Germany)
- Aug. 31 – Sept. 4 – Casino Admiral Sevilla (Spain)
- Sept. 13-18 – Pasino de la Grande (Motte, France)
- Sept. 19-25 – Okada, Manilla (Philippines)
- Sept. 22-25 – Regency Casino (Thessaloniki, Greece)
For more information on winning a Platinum Pass, click here.
WPT goes international
The World Poker Tour has a few series lined up for the summer. The company has announced two official upcoming events in Asia, Europe, and Australia.
A Main Tour heads down under Sept. 23-27 at the Star Gold Coast for the A$5,300 WPT Australia. From Aug. 11-23, WPT Prime hosts more than 25 tournaments at Nagaworld Integrated Resort in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The $1,100 main event takes place on Aug. 18 with a $500,000 guarantee.
In September, Prime takes over Casino Gran Via in Madrid, Spain. The $1,100 main event runs Sept. 15-19 and includes four flight flights.
For those heading to the Spanish event, cash players looking to jump in some side action will find a unique feature. Cash games at Casino Madrid play the button counter-clockwise compared to the conventional style of play. Tournaments run like normal however.
Triton Series heads to Cyprus
For players looking for the big money events, Triton Poker has it covered. Merit Royal Diamond Hotel in Cyprus hosts the Super High Roller Series from Sept. 5-17.
The festival includes 13 events with buy-ins ranging from $25,000 to $200,000.
“We are excited to host the Coin Rivet Invitational, which will bring together a diverse group of passionate entrepreneurs and poker professionals to create an exciting event that will be streamed globally,” Triton CEO Andy Wong said.
WSOP Europe on the horizon
For players still looking for a gold bracelet, the WSOP Europe is also approaching. The series is set for Oct. 12 – Nov. 3 with King’s Casino once again playing host.
Players will find 15 bracelets up for grabs. The highlights of the series include a €10,000 Main Event and a €50,000 High Roller. Stay tuned to PokerScout for more WSOP Europe updates including a complete schedule.