The European Poker Tour was the brainchild of poker player and TV producer John Duthie.Duthie introduced the EPT in 2004 with 7 events scattered throughout Europe. Season 1 of the EPT featured stops in London, Barcelona, Dublin, Copenhagen, Vienna, and Deauville, France, including the season-ending Grand Finale in Monte Carlo.
The PokerStars European Poker Tour at Grosvenor Victoria Casino in London is over. For two of the players, Paul Mendes and Ian Cox, maybe there was a little added pressure as the only UK players.
Some Team Pro players are also encouraged to go to live tournaments, such as European Poker Tour events and the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. Depending upon the sponsorship deal, players may receive free accommodations or travel, but most players take care of their expenses from their own pockets. Players also may receive buy-ins to those tournaments but are allowed to keep their winnings.With the top 32 poker players getting paid from this event, the final 40 players took a seat in Day 3 of the PokerStars European Poker Tour at the Grosvenor Victoria Casino in London. Must had.Thus, it comes as little surprise that PokerStars announced this morning that the 2020 European Poker Tour stop at Casino Barcelona in Spain and the 2020 PokerStars Players Championship will both.
TORONTO, Apr 9, 2018 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) -- Success in Sochi for the Stars Group's Pokerstars European Poker Tour The Stars Group Inc. today.Read More
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Season 10 of the PokerStars sponsored European Poker Tour (EPT) came flying out of the blocks with superb attendances in the Catalan capital of Barcelona. The Englishman, Tom Middleton, walked.Read More
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The ever-moving PokerStars.com European Poker Tour arrived in Spain's capital this week for the second installation of EPT Madrid. One season ago, this destination was chosen as the host city for the Grand Final, but a return to Monte Carlo this year has pushed the Madrid stop up into the middle of the schedule. Monday marked Day 1a, and a small crowd of 125 turned up to the Casino Gran Madrid.Read More
For the third year in a row, the PokerStars European Poker Tour returns to Casino Sochi for a week of tournaments at the popular Krasnaya Polyana resort just outside Sochi. What started with both.Read More
The European Poker Tour is sponsored exclusively by PokerStars, the world’s largest online poker site. After starting in 2004, with seven Texas Hold’em No Limit poker tournaments broadcast on television across Europe, the EPT has grown to become Europe’s richest and most popular poker tournament series. The tour now rivals the top events in America and attracts some of the biggest poker.Read More
The upcoming leg of the European Poker Tour in Sochi will play as planned, explained PokerStars on an official update released on March 8. The 10-day poker festival kicks off at Casino Sochi on March 20 bringing to Russia an action-packed schedule highlighted by a RUB 122,300,000 (USD 1,631,482) guarantee. The 2020 Sochi EPT is one of the three events in PokerStars' live tournament schedule.Read More
The PokerStars-sponsored European Poker Tour returns in 2018, bringing players of all levels the chance to compete in some of Europe's most glamorous locations. Latin American Poker Tour. With major live poker tournaments throughout Central and South America, the Latin American Poker Tour is back to create life-long memories for thousands of players. Asia Pacific Poker Tour. The Asia Pacific.Read More