Leon Tsoukernik hunting for more Super High Roller titles
In December 2016, King’s boss Leon Tsoukernik showed the world his poker skills and won the very last PokerStars EPT Super High Roller title in Prague. It’s not about the money for him, it’s about the adrenaline rush of competing with the best poker players in the world.
In Monte Carlo Leon wants to win the next title. It will be the very first PokerStars Championship Super High Roller in Europe and, of course, Leon will take his seat in the € 100,000 buy-in tournament and play against his favorite opponents like Charlie Carrel, who finished runner-up to him in Prague back in December.
In one month Leon packs his luggage to conquer the famous High Roller events in the well known Aria pokerroom in Las Vegas. Leon will not only play the “normal” $25,000 and $50,000 High Roller tournaments, he has also one of the most coveted seats in the $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl. The prestigious event is televised by Poker Central and will be shown on NBC Sports and worldwide.
Right after, the World Series of Poker (WSOP) starts in the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino. King’s Rozvadov was invited to take care of the high roller cash games in the separate King’s Lounge. While players from all over the world can enjoy best King’s service and hospitality in the VIP Lounge, Leon will go for his first WSOP bracelet and participate in the $111,111 High Roller for One Drop. In November, the outstanding charity event for Guy Laliberté’s “One Drop” foundation will premiere at King’s Rozvadov during the WSOPE. Already 75 players made a non-refundable € 11.000 deposit to secure their seat!
For more information about the € 111,111 High Roller for One Drop take a look at wsop.com.