WSOPC Adds Netherlands Stop to International Schedule

The WSOP Circuit is continuing its international expansion with the announcement of yet another European stop when the circuit brings its rings to the Netherlands in late May. 

The WSOPC will be coming to Holland in late May for nine Circuit tournaments. (Image: Somuchpoker)

The newly announced series will be held at the Holland Casino in Venlo, Holland, from Friday, May 20 through Saturday, May 28. There will be nine ring events spread out over those nine days, with the highlights being the €1,000 Main Event, with two starting sessions, and the €2,000 High Roller Event.

International love for WSOPC

The new series will mark the ninth international stop for the WSOPC this season. In fact, four of the final five stops on the tour will take place abroad in France, Senegal, Canada, and now, in the Netherlands.

All ring event winners in this series will qualify for the season-ending WSOP Tournament of Champions, a $1,000,000 freeroll for all winners on the WSOPC. The TOC will take place in Las Vegas after the conclusion of the WSOP main event in July.

2022 WSOP Circuit Event Schedule – Holland Casino, Netherlands
Friday, May 201 pmNLHStarter Event€300Unlimited
Saturday, May 212 pmNLHThe Weekender€400Single
Sunday, May 222 pmNLHBounty Hunter€400None
Monday, May 234 pmNLH6-Max€700Unlimited
4 pmNLHNLH€400Single
Tuesday, May 242 pmNLHMonster Stack€600Single
Wednesday, May 251 pmNLHMain Event
Flight A
Thursday, May 261 pmNLHMain Event
Flight B
Friday, May 276 pmNLHHigh Roller€2,000Single
Saturday, May 282 pmNLHThe Closer€300Single

Holland Casino no stranger to big events

This isn’t the first time the Holland Casino will host a major poker series. Before the pandemic, the casino was the host for the WPT Deepstacks Amsterdam stop, and it was also the host of the Main WPT Tour Stop in Amsterdam from 2015-2018.

Written by
Kevin Taylor

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