The European Championship of Roulette is not a one trick pony. Check out all the games that will be available to play throughout the tournament below, and get ready for one big casino party.
Roulette (main event)
All players will be holding the same amount of chips at the beginning of the qualifying rounds of roulette, and the minimum bet will gradually increase throughout the tournament, knocking players out one by one. You will need to get through your qualifying round in order to make it to the grand final where you’ll fight it out to win the €50,000 estimated first prize and that all-important European Roulette Champion title.
Blackjack (side event)
Spread the fun around when you take part in our exciting side events. If you don’t already know why Blackjack is a solid classic, you’re about to find out. Modern day Blackjack is thought to have originated in French casinos, sometime during the 18th century. Make history when you aim to hit 21 as you and the biggest casino fans from around the world come together and play to beat the dealer.
Baccarat (side event)
Originating in Italy, Baccarat has long been the favourite of casino connoisseurs since its conception in the 15th century. The object of the game is to get as close to 9 as possible. If you are dealt a hand that tallies up to a number higher than 10, subtract 10 from this number to get the final baccarat value. Come and join us at Portomaso casino and experience this thrilling game for yourself.
Three Card Poker (side event)
Get involved in our three card poker side event and show ’em who’s boss. This poker variant captures all the thrills of the full game, however only 3 cards are dealt to both the player and the dealer. The hand combinations remain the same, so you can hold a straight if three consecutive cards are dealt, and if all three cards in your hand are of the same suit, you’ve got yourself a flush.
WPT Hold’em (side event)
If you like Texas Hold’em, then chances are you’ll love this fast and simple variation on the poker favourite. In Casino Hold’em you’re given two cards, which you’ll use with the 3 community cards to make the best poker hand possible. However, in this game, you play against the dealer so even your best poker face won’t help you here. Think fast and you’ll be winning big in this exciting side event.
Caribbean Stud Poker (side event)
Caribbean Stud Poker is a relatively new game that is garnering an ever-increasing following. Despite the fact that its name alludes to it being a variant of poker, it is actually not a poker game. In contrast, players do not challenge other players but are playing against the house, so no waiting around for dramatic decisions. Have you got the skills to pay the bills? It’s time to prove it.