European Poker Tour - Season 11
Satellites and qualifiers to the next big-money EPT event are running now! Win your seat and join poker’s best players at top destinations around the world. Head to ‘Live Events’ > ‘EUROPE’ in the PokerStars lobby to register.
European Poker Tour (EPT) Season 11
The richest poker tour in the world is back for a landmark eleventh season! Join us at big-money poker events in some of Europe’s most exclusive and exciting destinations. To take part, buy-in directly or win your seat in online qualifier tournaments for just a few euros, and see if you can challenge for life-changing prizes in an EPT Main Event!
Each Season 11 stop is a true festival of poker, with dozens of tournaments, varied buy-in levels, and unforgettable atmospheres. The EPT seeks out the continent’s finest poker destinations, and beyond, so make sure you are part of EPT 11!
EPT Season 11 Schedule
The latest Season 11 schedule is below. Please note, the schedule is subject to change at any time at the organizer’s discretion.
|EPT BARCELONA||SPAIN||Aug 16-27, 2014||€5,000 + 300|
|EPT LONDON||UK||Oct 8-18, 2014||£4,000 + 250|
|EPT PRAGUE||CZECH REPUBLIC||Dec 7-17, 2014||€5,000 + 300|
|2015 PCA||BAHAMAS||Jan 6-14, 2015||$10,000 + 300|
|EPT DEAUVILLE||FRANCE||Jan 27-Feb 7, 2015||€5,000 + 300|
|EPT MALTA||REPUBLIC OF MALTA||March 17-28, 2015||€5,000 + 300|
|POKERSTARS AND MONTE-CARLO®CASINO EPT GRAND FINAL||MONACO||Apr 28-May 8, 2015||€10,000 + 600|
For more information including tournament schedules, venue, travel and accommodation details, check out the official EPT website.
How to Find EPT Satellites
Win a full prize package via PokerStars satellites and you’ll receive everything you need to play an EPT event in style, as the package includes Main Event buy-in, accommodation and cash for expenses. Seat only and Seat + Expenses packages are also available. You can locate the EPT Satellites in the PokerStars game software by following the three simple steps below.
Qualifier tournaments for EPT events take place daily. There are also lots of feeder tournaments and satellites available around the clock. Find these tournaments in the PokerStars game software in the months leading up to EPT festivals.
Check the EPT tab in the PokerStars lobby for a full list of qualifier tournaments.
SEASON 11 HIGHLIGHTS
Deauville | 592 Players | €2,841,600 Prize Pool | 1st Ognyan Dimov (€543,700)
The first EPT event of 2015 saw one of the biggest reversals in the tour’s history. Romania’s Dany Parlafes entered the final table with almost half the total chips in play, but would fall to Bulgaria’s Ognyan Dimov at the final hurdle, with Parlafes forced to settle for second place and €338,700, as Dimov’s went on to earn €543,700 in prize money and his first EPT trophy.
Prague | 1,107 Players | £ 5,535,000 Prize Pool | 1st Stephen Graner ( £ 969,000 )
The USA’s Stephen Graner scooped close to a million Euro after dominating the final day’s play at EPT Prague. The Las Vegas-based 26-year-old held a commanding lead throughout the last day’s play, arriving with the biggest stack by some margin, and departing with the lion’s share of the prize money. By the time Graner found himself heads-up with Sweden’s Anton Bertilsson he held a 7-1 chip lead, and went on to close out the tournament in rapid fashion.
London | 675 Players | £ 2,619,000 Prize Pool | 1st Sebastian Pauli ( £ 499,700 )
Germany’s Sebastian Pauli became the 100th winner in EPT history, denying two former champs the chance to add to their haul in the process. Coming into the final table as chip leader, Pauli’s grip on the trophy never softened as big names like Team PokerStars Pro Jake Cody and Kevin MacPhee (both looking to join Vicky Coren-Mitchell in the two-time EPT winner’s circle) hit the rail on an emotional final table. Pauli would eventually defeat MacPhee heads-up, and when the final river card was dealt the enormity of what he’d achieved, combined with the £499,700 first prize, brought tears to the young pro’s eyes.
Barcelona | 1,496 Players | € 7,255,600 Prize Pool | 1st Andre Lettau ( € 794,058 )
The 100th EPT Main Event in the tour’s long and illustrious history went to Germany’s Andre Lettau after a gruelling final table showdown. With the clock edging past 4am in Spain, Lettau finally saw off the spirited challenge of America’s Sam Phillips to get his hands on the title and €794,058 in prize money. Phillips would be left to console himself with €1,021,275 in cash thanks to earlier banking the lion’s share of a three-way deal with Lettau and third-place finisher, Hossein Ensan.
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