Season 2

EPT Online: Seven free EPT packages

With all the talk about the World Series of Poker, an upcoming online poker festival has sneaked under the radar. Fortunately, the crack research staff at Team Blog managed to sniff this one out before it was too late.PokerStars is giving away seven packages to the European Poker Tour. Yep, just g...more

by Brad Willis on August 17, 2006 6:25 PM

EPT Monte Carlo: Jeff Williams in the Limelight

It wouldn't be fair to say Jeff Williams was ever a "nobody." He was a young man with friends and an active online poker hobby. You might have known him simply as "yellowsub86." Still, a week ago, Jeff Williams wasn't a "somebody" in the European Poker Tour Grand Final. He was a curly-headed guy wit...more

by Brad Willis on March 15, 2006 9:23 PM

EPT Monte Carlo Coverage Index

Links to PokerStars Blog coverage of the 2006 European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monte Carlo:Monte Carlo PayoutsMonte Carlo Day 1A CoverageMonte Carlo Day 1B Coverage Monte Carlo Day 2 CoverageMonte Carlo Day 3 CoverageMonte Carlo Final Table Play by PlayFinal Table ReportMonte Carlo ResultsEPT Phot...more

by Brad Willis on March 15, 2006 5:05 PM

EPT Monte Carlo: Final Table Report

The river card hit. All that mattered to Jeff Williams was that the card was not an eight or a six. For a split second, it appeared the worst possible thing had happened. But, no, no. It was not an eight. It was the half-shape of an eight. It was a three. Williams, perhaps for the first time in thre...more

by Brad Willis on March 14, 2006 7:50 PM

EPT Monte Carlo: American Jeff Williams wins EPT Grand Final

In a stunning run that saw the 19-year-old American storm through a field nearly 300-strong, Jeff Williams, a freshman at the University of Georgia, has won the European Poker Tour Grand Final. For his win, he takes home €900,000.Jeff's final hand was ATo versus the UK's Arshad Hussain's A8o. W...more

by Brad Willis on March 11, 2006 10:20 PM

EPT Monte Carlo: Final Table Play-by-Play

The European Poker Tour Grand Final final table is set to begin at 3pm (9am ET). Click refresh and scroll to the bottom of this page to see the lastest information.***Seat 1: Marc Karam (Canada) 231,900Marc hails from Ottawa, Canada and in recent months has developed quite a reputation as a poker pl...more

by Brad Willis on March 11, 2006 1:45 PM

EPT Monte Carlo: Final Table Set

After a long hard day of poker, eight players remain and will hit the TV table tomorrow. Here are your final table players, their nationalities, and chip counts. Play resumes at 3pm Saturday. We'll be here with full coverage starting then.EPT Monte Carlo Grand FinalSeat 1: Marc Karam (Canada) 231...more

by Brad Willis on March 10, 2006 11:41 PM

EPT Monte Carlo: Day 3 Evening

Day 3 Coverage of the EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo will be featured here. Click refresh and scroll to the bottom of this post to see the lastest coverage. Again, many thanks to the newly formed Team Blog: Nigel, Russell, and Mad. Without them, this job doesn't get done.Click here for Day 3 Afterno...more

by Brad Willis on March 10, 2006 7:48 PM

EPT Monte Carlo: Day 3 Afternoon

Day 3 Coverage of the EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo will be featured here. Click refresh and scroll to the bottom of this post to see the lastest coverage. Again, many thanks to the newly formed Team Blog: Nigel, Russell, and Mad. Without them, this job doesn't get done.1:59pm--The 31 remaining pla...more

by Brad Willis on March 10, 2006 12:58 PM

EPT Monte Carlo: Day 2 Ends

Chip Counts BelowIt's just after 3am and the poker room is awash with the news that Greg Raymer just pocketed the $160,000 first prize in the first-ever $20,000 Sit & Go here in Monte Carlo. Raymer got heads up with Perr Ummer and came from behind to pocket the monster prize.Day 2 Afternoon Coverag...more

by Brad Willis on March 10, 2006 2:04 AM
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