Another day, another new event on the schedule for the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe. Although last year did have the €111,111 High Roller for One Drop, won by Dominik Nitsche, this year it's a straight-up €100,000 Super High Roller to decide bragging rights, the latest WSOP gold bracelet-winner and who will be walking away with a shedload of cash.
The event looks likely to be a big one, with unlimited re-entry for twelve levels. There are ten 60-minute levels scheduled on Day 1, so plenty of time for players to jump in for subsequent bullets into Day 2.
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Players will receive 2,000,000 chips for their entry with blinds starting at 5,000/10,000. The tournament is scheduled for three days, and PokerNews will be covering every minute of the highest buy-in event at this year's WSOPE.