Located in the heart of a Czech countryside, Rozvadov is fast becoming the new place of poker in Europe. With its 725 inhabitants, this small village in the Czech Republic is located two hours by car from the metropolis, Prague and has existed for a hundred years. One of its peculiarities? The place has two casinos, the most famous of which is the King’s.
A dazzling success
The King’s casino hosts prestigious events attracting poker professionals from around the world. Indeed, the establishment organizes tournaments worthy of the greatest devoted to the label of the WSOP, the American franchise. Not to mention the One Drop charity tournament, the participation of which amounts to € 111,111. In 2017, the Colossus competition registered up to 4,115 participants with sometimes high stakes. Recently, Amar Begovic won the WSOP International Circuit Rozvadov tournament. With a Main Event of € 1,650, the latter won a sum of € 200,000 and a special WSOPC ring as well as a place in the WSOP Global Casino Championship 2018. After Enghien-les-Bains, Cannes and Berlin, Rozvadov is in asserting itself and positioning itself alongside the big names in world poker.
Despite a rather unpleasant architecture, the establishment aroused the interest of players and organizers with personalized services and an incomparable welcome. Attendance continues to flow and has increased thanks to the creation of High Stakes tables. According to Pierre Laforge, a renowned observer of the gaming world and founder of the site the owner of the place, Leon Tsoukernik has made huge investments in order to attract international players like the French ElkY. Numerous accommodation infrastructures have multiplied to accommodate visitors as well as possible. Regarding service, casino employees including croupiers and other stakeholders demonstrate professionalism throughout the games and the stay.