From relatively humble beginnings, the PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) has become the most popular poker tour in the world. Last year, 5,457 players from 118 countries around the world.
What is the European Poker Tour. The European Poker Tour, better known by it’s abbreviation “EPT” is a series of poker tournaments that runs each year. It attracts the best poker players due to the prestige of winning an EPT title and the high prize money generated by the 5,000 Euro buy in. The EPT was created by John Duthie, who is a poker player who became known by winning a World.
The EPT a.k.a. European Poker Tour is the richest and most prestigious poker circuit tournament in Europe. Order these 100% plastic playing cards from the EPT made by Fournier online at poker store.Sochi Casino will host 25 tournaments within European Poker Tour. The biggest of which will be Main Event (March 24th — 26th) with 175,000 RUB buy-in. High-roller tournament with 371,000 RUB buy-in will be held on March 27th — 29th. Beyond the big prize pool, Platinum Pass package for PokerStars Players Championship drawn in the Main Event.The European Poker Tour (EPT) is one of the most famous and biggest poker events next to the World Poker Tour (WPT) and the World Series of Poker (WSOP). Inaugurated in 2004 the EPT has annually staged several huge tournaments in various cities all over Europe. The tour traditionally ends with the big final in Monte Carlo each year. While the first year saw 6 stops prior to the final the.
Chino Rheem is a three-time World Poker Tour main event champion. The 38-year-old from Los Angeles also made the final table of the 2018 World Series of Poker main event. From 2008 through 2103.Read More
The European Poker Tour(EPT) was started up in 2004 by John Duthie who was the winner at the Inaugural edition of the Poker Million Tournament.The growth in the popularity of Texas Hold’em Poker fueled public interest in the EPT which was billed as a rival tournament for the WPT with a more global footprint as it had its events all over Europe unlike the WSOP which hardly had any events.Read More
The European Poker Tour is very similar to the World Poker Tour, but limited to the European area. The biggest difference between these competing poker events was the amount of the buy-in and the associated prize pool. The buy-ins of the European Poker Tour were always about half of the buy-in of the World Poker Tour. As a result, the European Poker Tour welcomed far fewer stars than the World.Read More
The European Poker Tour (EPT) is another prime example of how big the internet poker boom actually is. The series of live tournaments across Europe are hosted by the biggest and most popular online poker room, PokerStars.com. They started hosting these televised live tournaments back in 2004 when poker began rapidly increasing in popularity worldwide. The European Poker Tour is the brainchild.Read More
European Poker Tour. 6.4K likes. The European Poker Tour was a series of poker tournaments similar to those in the World Poker Tour, created by John.Read More
History of the European Poker Tour. The European Poker Tour (EPT) was created in 2004 by John Duthie. John wanted to create a European poker series to compete with the World Poker Tour (WPT), which was primarily played in American casinos. John saw a unique opportunity to start up a competing tournament series, due to the hype and growth that was around the Texas Hold'em game all over the world.Read More
The European Poker Tour (EPT) is a series of live poker tournaments that take place, as the name suggests, across Europe. The EPT is hosted by PokerStars.com and has been televised since 2004, when the internet poker boom exploded. John Duthie came up with the idea for the EPT and commentated on the show for the first few seasons with Colin Murray. Half way through the 3 rd season James.Read More
You already knew the European Poker Tour (EPT) was coming back. You already knew that it had spent a year under cover masquerading as the PokerStars Championship. And you already know we missed it just as much as you the players did.Read More
European Poker Tour. View By Year: 2020 2019 2018 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010. Finished Tournaments Winner Winning Hand Prize Runner-up Losing Hand; European Poker Tour (EPT) Sochi March 20 - 29, 2020 - --- -Top Room Reviews Available in United States. Advertiser Disclosure. Advertiser Disclosure. PokerNews is a free to access, online resource that offers fresh daily content, world.Read More