EPT11 Prague: The remarkable maturing Ole Schemion

Some trends have been bucked on the European Poker Tour today -- none more notable than the fact that the main event wrapped closer to sunset than sunrise and it's the high rollers dragging their heels. In this brave new world where anything seems possible, it's nice to have some...more

by Howard Swains on December 17, 2014 10:19 AM

EPT11 Prague: Lee Jones on PS7

If you haven't heard the PokerStars software recently had a bit of a spruce up. The new incarnation is called PS7 and we're really quite excited about it.PokerStars Head of Poker Communications Lee Jones knows more than most about the new software and he caught up with Laura Corn...more

by Nick Wright on December 17, 2014 7:44 AM

PokerStars releases 67-tournament EPT Malta schedule

As things stand you might feel a little frustrated about the newly announced EPT Malta Festival coming up in March 2015. Because just as you realise how much there is to see on that beautiful island (seriously, we've been), PokerStars is about to give you 67 reasons not to see an...more

by Stephen Bartley on December 17, 2014 6:55 AM

EPT11 Prague: Yaxi Zhu on side-event success

The EPT Prague Poker Festival has been a roaring success, with massive fields in all of the marquee events matched by huge turn-outs across the board. It has made for some huge prize pools and some notable champions, including Yaxi Zhu, from China.Zhu first appeared on the Europe...more

by Howard Swains on December 17, 2014 6:01 AM

EPT11 Prague: Down to final two tables in the epic High Roller

The hope yesterday was to reach the final table in the €10,000 EPT Prague High Roller. In truth it was always hope, not expectation as 141 of the record breaking field of 309 (233 unique entries) returned for Day 2.When we left the action late last night the remaining 40 players ...more

by Nick Wright on December 17, 2014 4:21 AM

Typhoon Haiyan: One Year On

It's hard to believe that it's been a year since Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines. Just four weeks earlier, we had, in a strange hand of fate, agreed to choose CARE International as our emergency relief partner. That agreement had barely been put into place when Typhoon Haiy...more

by Sue Hammett on December 17, 2014 2:30 AM

ImADicktedU tackles 12/16/14 Super Tuesday, wins $107,730

It was another big field for this week's Super Tuesday, with 567 coming out to build a $567,000 prize pool, again easily besting the $1,050 no-limit hold'em tourney's $400K guarantee. And after close to 14 hours of poker just one player had all the chips, with ImADicktedU of the...more

by Martin Harris on December 17, 2014 12:10 AM

EPT11 Prague: High Rollers play on into the money

The Main Event is no longer the feature attraction in the tournament room. Arguably it's the "€300 chocolate event", the Grasel Sweets EPT Superstack which guarantees that everyone is a winner, or at least a small one, provided they like chocolate, because there's plenty of the s...more

by Stephen Bartley on December 16, 2014 2:05 PM

EPT11 Prague: Stephen Graner in box seat to finally make himself that millio

In Las Vegas, Nevada, this summer, Stephen Graner was one of nearly 8,000 hopefuls who sat down in the inaugural "Millionaire Maker" tournament at the World Series of Poker. The concept was pretty straightforward: although the buy in cost only $1,500, the winner was guaranteed a ...more

by Howard Swains on December 16, 2014 12:51 PM

EPT11 Prague: Mateusz Moolhuizen's first High Roller

Do you remember your first poker tournament? Whilst this might not be Mateusz Moolhuizen's first poker tournament - he has almost $500,000 in live earnings - it is his first ever EPT High Roller event. He won his seat into this €10,000 event for €2,000 in a satellite and is still...more

by Nick Wright on December 16, 2014 11:09 AM

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EPT11 Prague Festival

Congratulations to Stephen Graner, the new EPT Prague champion

The 10K High Roller is now under way.

Congratulations to Leonid Markin, winner of the Super High Roller event, and to the new Eureka Main Event champion Balazs Botond

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