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Season XIV partypoker WPT Prague Kicks Off at King’s Casino Prague on November 29

On November 29, Season XIV of the World Poker Tour will continue with the partypoker WPT Prague, which will take place at King’s Casino Prague through December 6.

The stop will feature a host of events, 14 to be exact, with buy-ins starting a low as €220. Events include the €2,000 WPT 8-Max Big PLO, €1,100 WPT King’s Special Event, and the highlight on the schedule, the €3,300 Main Event from December 1–6. There will also be a €10,000 High Roller.

"King’s Casino is known for hosting the biggest names in poker to participate in their high-stakes cash games, so it safe to assume that the €10,000 buy-in High Roller event will be another success of the upcoming festival," boasts the WPT.

The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be on hand to capture all the action from the Main Event, and that means players will have the opportunity to use the MyStack app to update their hands and chip counts straight into the live blog.

To download the MyStack app absolutely free on either Apple or Android, click here.

As for the history of the stop, Marcin Wydrowski topped a field of 567 entries to win $413,666 back in Season XI, and then in Season XII, Julian Thomas topped a field of 306 entries to win $280,097.

Here’s a look at the entire schedule:

Qualifiers for the WPT Prague are running now on partypoker. Meanwhile, King’s Casino Prague is generously offering free accommodation for players, who are going to play on the Main Event Day 1A.

For more information, click here.

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