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ESPT7 Barcelona: Mohamed Samri tops 3,447-player Main Event field, Teunis Ko

There was a moment during yesterday's penultimate day of the Estrellas Poker Tour Barcelona Main Event when eventual heads-up opponents Mohamed Samri of France and Teunis Kooij of the Netherlands got involved in a four-bet pot followed by a big flop bet by Samri.The pair chatted ...more

by Martin Harris on August 22, 2016 8:50 PM

EPT13 Barcelona: Holz continues incredible run, claims latest Super High Rol

Fedor Holz: Yet another titlePicking a favourite to win a high buy-in poker tournament is usually a fool's errand. The vast majority of a 70+ field will have won millions both live and online: they will all be accustomed to the pressure, the big bucks and the winner's enclosure.H...more

by Howard Swains on August 22, 2016 6:47 PM

ESPT7 Barcelona: Chris Moorman bags final table chip lead after long Day 3

After 14 hours inside the Casino Barcelona, the remaining players of the 97 who came back this morning for the Estrellas Main Event could finally fit around one table. It made me think back fondly to Day 2, when for the first time the entire field could fit inside one room. At th...more

by Martin Harris on August 22, 2016 8:52 AM

ESPT7 Barcelona: Jerome Brion bags most to end Main Event Day 2

From a 3,447-player field -- the biggest in tour history -- a still-large group of 862 returned for today's Day 2 of the ESPT Barcelona Main Event. Now just over 100 players remain, each still with a chance to claim the trophy on Monday.Of that group, Jerome Brion of France is cu...more

by Martin Harris on August 21, 2016 10:19 AM

EPT13 Barcelona: Julian Stuer leads as €50K Super High Roller goes wild

The buy-in: €50,000. The players: a collection of the richest and fiercest poker beasts from around the world. In all, the cage collected 91 entries, the equivalent of €4.55 million. By the time the night was over, fewer than 60 players of the starting 73 remained, and the king o...more

by Brad Willis on August 20, 2016 9:02 PM

ESPT7 Barcelona: Gabor Szabo zooms to Main Event Day 1C lead; overall leader

They've made it through three huge days -- the three Day 1 starting flights -- of the Estrellas Poker Tour Barcelona Main Event. At the close of Day 1C it was Hungary's Gabor Szabo zooming to the top of the counts, passing everyone here today and who played Wednesday and Thursday...more

by Martin Harris on August 20, 2016 6:28 AM

EPT13 Barcelona: No sleep, but Nick Petrangelo €400K richer as first major c

Nick Petrangelo: Another trophy to his ever-growing collectionYou don't win close to half a million euros without being made to work for it. And the poker gods certainly made Nick Petrangelo put the hours in before he walked away with €413,000 at around 2am, Saturday morning, as ...more

by Howard Swains on August 20, 2016 1:28 AM

ESPT7 Barcelona: José Pascual Munoz bags most to end Main Event Day 1B

It all started about 12 hours ago -- at 10 o'clock, in fact, as today's Day 1B of the Estrellas Poker Tour Barcelona Main Event featured an earlier-than-typical "shuffle up and deal." But the early start didn't discourage a huge turnout of 1,048 players for today's second of thre...more

by Martin Harris on August 19, 2016 6:10 AM

EPT13 Barcelona: Papazian leads final 14, aims for back-to-back high buy-in

Alexandru Papazian: Leading heading to final day• PLAYERS: 14 (of 195) | TOTAL ENTRIES: 240• CHIP COUNTS | ESTRELLAS COVERAGE | PAYOUTSIt was a tumultuous day in the €10,000 single re-entry tournament at EPT Barcelona today. There were 125 players at the start but we finished wit...more

by Howard Swains on August 19, 2016 12:28 AM

Benny Glasser, al mando del Evento Principal del ESPT 7 Barcelona tras el dí

La tercera y última parada de la temporada del Estrellas Poker Tour echó a andar en la mañana de ayer con la disputa del primero de los actos del Evento Principal, el día 1A. La jornada comenzó puntual, a las 12:00 horas, y se prolongó hasta cerca de la medianoche, cuando la dire...more

by Stephen Bartley on August 18, 2016 12:34 PM

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