The poker circuit stop will include 12 days of tournament action with a total of 17 tournaments, and 13 WSOP gold rings up for grabs. The WSOP Circuit Main Event will be the most exciting even on the schedule, taking place over four days from the 6th to the 9th. This event will have a guaranteed prize pool of €1 million. The buy-in for this event is €1,650. The winner will earn a nice cash prize but also a gold ring and a 2016 WSOP Global Casino Championship entry.
To help pump up the excitement of the poker series stop, the WSOP will be offering two tournaments that will feature poker pro Patrik Antonius. Players will be able to play against Antonius and the winners of the events will earn trophies that have been signed by the pro plus vouchers for tournaments. These events have only a €100 buy-in and a large prize pool of €50,000.