Winamax Poker Open 2023: The Banco Casino in Bratislava, Slovakia, is looking forward to hosting the Winamax Poker Open, which hasn’t been there in a while because of the beautiful setting. This exciting poker game changed fans’ lives about a year ago for good. This show has been on Winamax for years and will return in 2023. They want to break attendance marks for six-handed poker games.
Setting up the Winamax Poker Open Bratislava correctly is essential. First, every game is played at a table with six seats, which makes the event more exciting. From September 18 to September 24, 35 events and satellites have something unique to offer. There are many exciting poker options, but a few stand out.
On September 19 and 20, the €750 Battle Royale will put skill against planning. The Winamax Poker Open’s main event, the €500 Main Event, will occur from September 20–24 after this epic finish. People of all kinds of skills join its competitive ranks.
The most crucial high-stakes game on September 23 and 24 is the €300 Monster Stack. Also, the €1,000 High Roller invites the best poker players in the world to a fight of the titans that will give the winner fame and money.
On September 24, the €200 Mystery KO will be an exciting finish for players and people watching.
Poker greats still talk about the €750 Battle Royale from last year. Michal Janczarski won €17,370 and made history by beating 282 tough opponents.
Six hundred and sixty-six people fought in the €300 Monster Stack. The Frenchman Sebastian Lesoif made history when he crossed his swords on the felt. During their famous heads-up match, Lesoif and fellow South African Clement Cotse agreed that it was good for both of them. Lesoif won a prize of €28,375.
Adi Rajkovic from Austria beat out 212 other brave players to win the €1,000 High Roller. He won a high-stakes poker game against Ole Schemion and added €34,700 to his fund.
But the 2022 WPO Main Event was better than anyone could have imagined. Of the 3,193 contestants, 2,221 were new to fighting, and 972 were experts. Everyone was happy with the €977,240 prize pool from this great match. One of the six champions who each got at least €25,000 was Nacho Barbero from Argentina. Last, the great Lithuanian Deividas Daubaris made most of the €120,000.
The WPO Bratislava Main Event might have a bigger crowd in 2023. The poker world is exciting, and five Day 1s will add fuel to the fire and push the number of players over 3,000.
Watch from September 20–24 to see all of this exciting show’s episodes.