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Published: 6th November 2017 Written by WSOP, WSOP 2017
Updated: 10th December 2023

World Series of Poker Europe Main Event 2017The five million Euro guaranteed World Series of Poker Europe Main Event 2017 is currently under way with 490 players registered by the end of Day 1a & 1b.

Registration for the Main Event continues until the start of Day 2 with the buy-in set at €10,350 per player at King’s Casino, Rozvadov.

The field of players include the best of what Europe has to offer and USA poker pros all after the WSOPE Main Event bracelet and a million euros guaranteed for first place prize.

World Series of Poker Europe Main Event 2017

The ninth edition of the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event takes place at King’s Casino, Rozvadov with a guaranteed prize pool of €5 million.

888poker ambassador Dominik Nitsche has already taken down the WSOPE Highroller event adding €3,487,463 to his career earnings.


WSOPE Main Event Day 1A

Day 1A of the WSOPE Main Event had approximately 230 player registering on the first day with 2015 WSOP November Niner among the top 3 chipleaders.

Chipleaders: Markus Dürnegger, Pierre Neuville, Laszlo Bujtas

Notable Survivors: Ryan Riess, Davidi Kitai, Adrian Mateos, Dan Shak, Kevin MacPhee

Eliminated: Maria Ho (re-entry on Day 1b)

WSOPE Main Event Day 1B

Day 1B of the WSOPE Main Event added another 265 players to the field bring the numbers up to 490 entries in total. Among the top 5 chipleaders of Day 1b is 888poker ambassador Parker Talbot.

Chipleaders: Henry Tran, Josip Simunic, Marc MacDonnell & Parker Talbot

Notable Survivors: Sofia Lövgren, Antoine Saout, Kenny Hallaert, Fabrice Soulier, John Racener, Eugene Katchalov, James Akenhead, Maria Ho, Bertrand Grospellier, Patrik Antonius, Brandon Cantu, Chris Moorman, William Kassouf & Martin Jacobson.

Eliminated: Chris Ferguson, Felipe Ramos

WSOPE Main Event Day 2

Registration is available until the start of Day 2, once the starting flights have completed we’ll have more statistics on total field of players and final prize pool amount.