Full details are now with us for the EPT Open Madrid, which is playing out from June 22-30, 2019 at Casino Gran Madrid Torrelodones, on the outskirts of Spain’s majestic capital city.
The same venue played host to a memorable EPT Grand Final in 2011 and PokerStars Live returns for a 22-tournament festival including a €1,100 buy-in Main Event, with three starting flights.
PSPC Champion and PokerStars Ambassador Ramon Collilas will be the star attraction, but he can’t win them all. Time for you to put him in his place.
Here’s an overview, as well as details of a few added treats:
Festival dates: June 22-30, 2019
Main Event: June 26-30 – €1,100 buy-in (unlimited re-entries)
Other events include:
June 23-24: NLHE €2,200 single re-entry (two-day event)
June 29-30: NLHE €5,300 single re-entry high roller (two-day event)
Online satellites are running regularly until June 16
On the .com and .eu platforms, qualifiers have a €162 buy-in
Two packages worth €2,700 each guaranteed every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Satellites from as little as €1
On the .fres platforms, qualifiers have a €50 buy-in
One package of seat & expenses, worth €2,100, guaranteed every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Satellites from as little as €1
Spin&Go qualifiers are running to June 17
Full package worth €2,700
.com/.eu: €2.50 buy-in; .fres: €15 buy-in
Full package includes:
Main event buy-in: €1,100
Hotel: Six nights in 5-star hotel Meliá Princesa in central Madrid
- Player’s Party: June 27, 8pm – “Spanish Fiesta” theme
- Thee Best Hands loyalty programme: 30 minutes free massage for every 10 hours booked
- Free merchandise to all Main Event players
- Designer VIP Shopping Experience: VIP Experience offered free to PokerStars qualifiers at Las Rozas Village, which has over 100 luxury fashion & homeware boutiques at up to 60% off retail prices. Visitors will receive complimentary drinks and a welcome from the staff, as well as a VIP shopper’s card.
If you weren’t already following all the PokerStars social media accounts, now is a good time to follow Ramon “@Mr__Boxes” Collilas on Twitter and Steve Enriquez on Instagram. Rumour has it there will be a couple of giveaways coming from those accounts over the coming weeks.