The World Series of Poker (WSOP) expanded into Europe back in 2007 with the inaugural WSOP Europe playing out in London, England, before moving to Cannes, France, then Berlin, Germany, and eventually settling in Rozvadov, Czech Republic in 2017.
The 11 installments of WSOP Europe have awarded WSOP bracelets to some of poker’s biggest names including crowning Main Event champions in Annette Obrestad, John Juanda, Barry Shulman, and Phil Hellmuth, along with first-time WSOP bracelets for the likes of Phil Laak, Gus Hansen, Kahle Burns, and Jeremy Ausmus.
PokerGO currently has the entire 2019 WSOP Europe collection that consists of nearly 82 hours of WSOP Europe action that includes action from both the Main Event and several bracelet events. The WSOP Europe collection is now being expanding with past year’s episodes being released every Tuesday and Friday through to the end of May at 12 p.m. ET.
Watch the WSOP Europe collection now on PokerGO!
Over 23 hours of WSOP Europe episodes have been added to PokerGO starting with the 2008 WSOP Europe and ending with 2012 WSOP Europe. It includes episodes from the Main Event along with two episodes of the Caesars Cup: Europe vs. Americas from the 2009 WSOP Europe. There are 30 newly-added episodes from the WSOP Europe, and they will be released throughout the upcoming months on the following schedule:
|WSOP Europe Episode Viewing Guide|
|Release Dates||WSOP Europe Collection||Winner||Episodes||PokerGO Link|
|February 5 – March 2||WSOP Europe 2008 Main Event||John Juanda||8||Link|
|March 5 – March 9||WSOP Europe 2009 Caesars Cup: Europe vs. Americas||Europe||2||Link|
|March 12 – April 6||WSOP Europe 2009 Main Event||Barry Shulman||8||Link|
|April 9 – April 20||WSOP Europe 2010 Main Event||James Bord||4||Link|
|April 23 – May 4||WSOP Europe 2011 Main Event||Elio Fox||4||Link|
|May 7 – May 18||WSOP Europe 2012 Main Event||Phil Hellmuth||4||Link|