King’s Casino Reopens, Promises Exciting New Calendar
The casino shut down in March because of the deadly coronavirus. The casino resumed business in May after the country’s infection rate declined, and safety measures were imposed. The reopening followed the government’s move to lift restrictions allowing businesses to resume work, hoping to recover from the impact of the virus.
Casinos in the US and other parts of the world resumed business despite the continuing threat of the novel coronavirus. Operators and the state hope to accumulate enough revenue to cover their losses during the months of shutdown.
King’s casino welcome back Europe’s poker players
Poker is back to normal as King’s Casino resumed business. Poker tournaments are now scheduled, following safety protocols, including wearing of facemasks and installing plexiglass screens. On June 20, a €100k buy-in two-day PLO HIGHROLLER is expected to welcome gamblers.
The casino announced its lineup of poker festivals in the coming days. The casino aims to distribute more than €1,2m in guarantees in the next two months.
The news of the newly scheduled events broke out, attracting patrons all around Europe. The country relaxed its coronavirus measures. It allowed European citizens to enter the country without the need to quarantine and undergo coronavirus tests.
Players from other European countries like Germany, Italy, Austria, Poland, Hungary, France, and the Netherlands are expected to swarm the casinos during the events.
Poker players are eager to go back to the gambling venues after the prolonged lockdowns.
Online casinos managed to provide alternative entertainment to the players, but the thrill and excitement while playing in land-based casinos differently. The news of the new King’s PLO High Roller event scheduled on June 20-21 is music to poker players’ ears.
King’s PLO High Roller
The new King’s PLO High Roller features a €2,5k buy-in and unlimited re-entries during the two-day tournament. The starting event will welcome poker fans and players and prepare everyone for the upcoming events.
Big names including, Sergej Barbarez, a former professional football player, Besim Hot, the winner of 2019 WSOPE bracelet, Marek Blasko, winner if Slovakia’s second-largest tournament, and Harry Casagrande, Austria’s hero, are among those who confirmed attendance.
Before the PLO Highroller, the Holdem action invitational will entertain poker fans and players.
Winners will qualify for the PLO Highroller tournament. The events are available in a live stream on the King’s Casino official channels. The PokerNews Live Reporting team will also return to provide news about the events.
Christian Zetzsche of Poker News is expected to report the events, providing poker news all over Europe.
Mr. Zetzsche is expected to arrive in the casino on June 19. The scheduled tournaments will surely provide entertainment to poker fanatics. It is a wonderful way of releasing stress and pressure brought by the pandemic. The largest casino venue in Europe is expecting hundreds of guests in the next couple of months.
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