European Poker Tour - Season 11
Adrian Mateos wins Grand Final Main Event for €1,082,000
After months of life-changing prizes and unforgettable wins, Season 11 of the European Poker Tour (EPT) still found time to surprise at its curtain-closer in Moncao. Thanks to Adrian Mateos, Spain now has its first-ever EPT Main Event winner after the 20-year-old saw-off 563 others in the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino EPT Grand Final Main Event. Mateos earned €1,082,000 for the win, beating a final table stuffed full of the EPT’s heaviest hitters, including Team PokerStars Pro Jonny Lodden, and EPT Season 10 Player of the Year Ole Schemion.
Over 70 events were played in Monaco, and when the final cards were dealt, Mateos was joined in the winners’ circle by fellow rising star, Charlie Carrel, who earned €1,114,000 and the €25,000 High Roller title. It was also a great week for Poker Hall of Famer Erik Seidel, who bagged a staggering €2,015,000 in the €100,000 Super High Roller.
EPT embarks on maiden voyage to Malta
As well as Spain’s success at the tables, Season 11 was also home to another EPT first. In March, thousands of players made their way to the sun-drenched island of Malta, the latest destination to welcome the EPT to its shores. The festival was a resounding highlight for the season and all those who took part, especially France’s Jean Montury, who collected the Main Event title for €687,400.
EPT Season 11 Winners and Results
|Tournament||Festival Dates||Prize Pool||Main Event Winner|
|EPT BARCELONA||Aug 16-27, 2014||€7,255,600||Andre Lettau €794,058|
|EPT LONDON||Oct 8-18, 2014||£2,619,000||Sebastian Pauli £499,700|
|EPT PRAGUE||Dec 7-17, 2014||€5,535,000||Stephen Graner €969,000|
|PCA 2015||Jan 8-14, 2015||$7,915,200||Kevin Schulz $1,491,580|
|EPT DEAUVILLE||Jan 27-Feb 7, 2015||€2,841,600||Ognyan Dimov €543,700|
|EPT MALTA||Mar 17-28, 2015||€4,340,750||Jean Montury €687,400|
|POKERSTARS AND MONTE-CARLO®CASINO EPT GRAND FINAL||April 28-May 8, 2014||€5,640,000||Adrian Mateos €1,082,000|
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