UKIPT to open Season 5 in London

Following the success of the 2014 EPT London Poker Festival -The European Poker Tour (EPT) and United Kingdom and Ireland Poker Tour took over the capital - the PokerStars UKIPT will return to London on January 20th. The first stop will see the nation's biggest poker tour kick started at the The Hip...more

by UKIPT Staff on December 8, 2014 8:21 AM

EPT11 London: On Firm foundations, the future of poker in Ireland

Poker players pride themselves on their powers of observation, but one of the most significant moments at the UKIPT/EPT London festival this week went unnoticed by all but a very select few.Up in one of the tertiary tournament areas in the Grand Connaught Rooms, during the late stages of a small buy...more

by Howard Swains on October 15, 2014 12:33 PM

EPT11 London: A chin-wag with the Firm

PokerStars Blog talked to members of "The Firm" - David Lappin, Daragh Davey and Dara O'Kearney -- on the morning of Day 1B at EPT London, as O'Kearney and Kevin Killeen, one of their staked players, were involved in the UKIPT Champion of Champions tournament. CLICK THROUGH FOR FULL FEATURE HERE.O'K...more

by Howard Swains on October 15, 2014 11:37 AM

UKIPT4 Champion of Champions

12:45pm: Dean Hucthison has been crowned Champion of Champions!Dean Hutchison is officially the "Best of the Best" after he beat all other champions from Season 4 on the UKIPT. The Edinburgh winner has won entry to all season 5 events (including hotel costs) which is due to kick off at the beginning...more

by Marc Convey on October 13, 2014 1:33 AM

Congratulations to Brett Angell, winner of UKIPT4 Grand Final (£115,083)

That's that for Season 4 on the UKIPT then! Ludovic Geilich, Alan Gold, Robbie Bull, Duncan McLellan (twice), Ben Mayhew, Dean Hutchison, Kevin Killeen, Rodrigo Espinosa, Joshua Hart and now Brett Angell have all been worthy champions and helped make the United Kingdom and Ireland's biggest and most...more

by Marc Convey on October 12, 2014 11:33 AM

UKIPT4 London 2: Level 26-32 updates (100,000/200,000, 30,000)

8:45pm: Brett Angell wins UKIPT4 London 2 (£115,083)Five days ago the final UKIPT of Season 4 got under way and 1,089 runners entered the fray. Almost 32 levels later only one player had chips, Brett Angell. He's been a fixture on this tour for a number of years and he got his own personal monkey of...more

by Marc Convey on October 12, 2014 3:47 AM

UKIPT4 London 2: Final table player profiles

Seat 1: Nickolas "daaaaaaang16" Davies, 30, Bend, Oregon, USA (currently living in Playa del Carmen, Mexico) PokerStars Player, 4,000,000Originally from Bend, Oregon, poker pro Nickolas Davies is one of many Americans who have relocated to Playa Del Carmen in Mexico. He's been in Europe since August...more

by Nick Wright on October 12, 2014 3:45 AM

UKIPT4 London 2: Brett Angell leads final eight at UKIPT Grand Final

At the end of play yesterday the PokerStars Blog joked with UKIPT2 Nottingham runner-up Brett Angell that he was due a bit of luck deep in a UKIPT. He lost a hand where he was a 98.7% favourite and had had his aces cracked by king-queen three-handed on his way to that runner-up finish at UKIPT2 Nott...more

by Nick Wright on October 11, 2014 1:58 PM

UKIPT4 London 2: Day 3 level 23-26 updates (25000/50,000, 5,000)

8:50pm: Benjamin Heath bubbles UKIPT London final table (£9,901)Benjamin Heath will not be joining in the festivities tomorrow after he was eliminated in ninth place. From early position he moved all in for 340,000 and was given business by Fabrizio Fuchs who moved all in from the next seat. Everyon...more

by Marc Convey on October 11, 2014 8:33 AM

UKIPT4 London 2: Day 3 level 19-22 (10,000/20,000, 3,000)

4:25pm: Break timeThat's the end of level 22 and the players are now on a 15 minute break.Updates will continue in new post, found here. -- NW4:20pm: Death by quads sends Szeremeta out in 24thIf this hand had happened online they'd say the software was rigged! From under-the-gun+1 Rasmus Agerskov ra...more

by Marc Convey on October 11, 2014 3:01 AM
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