The World Poker Tour (WPT) will be heading over to Vienna’s Montesino Poker Club, owing to which poker players can look forward to some topnotch poker action from March 4 to March 17 this year. The highlight of this stop will be the €3,300 buy-in Main Event, which will be played from March 12 – 17.
The €340 buy-in Warm-up tournament will be played from March 5 – 9. This tournament, which guarantees a prize of €200,000, allows players to re-enter once every day. Each player will be given a starting stack with 20,000 chips. The final table action will be video streamed.
The €1,100 buy-in 8-Max tournament, featuring one re-entry per day, will be played from March 9 – 12, and the 2-day €550 buy-in PL Omaha tournament will be played from March 11 – 12.
The Day 1a of the partypoker World Poker Tour (WPT) €3,300 buy-in Main Event will be played on March 12. Another starting flight will be held on March 13, and players will be allowed to re-enter once per day. The Main Event will come to an end on March 17, and the final table action will be streamed live.
Each Main Event participant will receive a starting stack of 30,000 chips. Each level will last 60 minutes on Day 1 and 90 minutes on Days 2 to 4. The levels will be 60 minutes each on the last day of the Main Event.
When the WPT last stopped at Vienna in April 2012 in its tenth season, Morten Christensen of Denmark defeated a field of 396 players to win the first-place prize of €313,390.
The event will also include the €6,000 buy-in High Roller tournament, which will be played from March 14 – 15, as well as the €220 buy-in Accumulator Turbo, which will be played on the same days.