Poker players in Eastern Europe will be interested to know that PartyPoker’s World Poker Tour (WPT) event will be taking place in Prague, Czech Republic during the 29th of Nov to the 6th of December 2015. The WPT Prague tournament will take place at the popular King’s Casino for a period of 20 days and is expected to have over 50 exciting events.

The event is expected to attract some of the top poker players in Europe who will want to have one last crack at winning some serious prize money at the WPT Prague and EPT Prague events before settling down for the holiday season. There are a number of exciting events scheduled to take place including the LEI Prague Poker Festival Turbo Satellite with a buy-in for €50; Super Satellite for partypoker WPT Prague Main Event Day 1A with a buy-in for €300; WPT Warm Up Event Day 1 with a buy-in for €500;WPT Wanted Bounty Event with a buy-in for €200 and a Last Chance Satellite for partypoker WPT Prague Main Event with a buy-in for €300.

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Most of the buy-ins start at €220 as the event organizers wanted to keep the buy-in as low as possible to make it easy for everyone to take part in as many events as possible. The highlight of the festival will be the Main Event which has a buy-in for €3,300 and will take place between the 1st– 6th of December. King’s Casino Prague has also run a special promotion giving free accommodation to poker players who have signed up for the Main Event Day 1A.

The WPT Prague event will finish just as the European Poker Tour Prague event kick-starts and the timing is ideal as the two tournaments in Prague are expected to generate a lot of tourism for King’s Casino which is situated very close to where the EPT Prague event will be staged. The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be present to bring live updates of all the WPT Prague events and happenings.

In a statement, Donnie Peters, PokerNews Editor-in-Chief said “At the end of every year, Prague is the place to be for poker. That includes the magnificent partypoker WPT Prague festival, complete with a €3,300 Main Event and a €10,000 High Roller. Plus, the city of Prague is unlike any other this time of year. I’d best describe it as a Christmas wonderland. It’s just an amazing place to be for poker during the holiday season.”

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