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Eureka Poker Tour returns to Rozvadov to kick-off fifth season

For a third time the Eureka Poker Tour stopped in the King's Casino, Rozvadov. This time it was to kick-off the tour's fifth season, with a nine day festival containing 22 tournaments. It all started with the €1,100 Main Event, which once again has a €500,000 guaranteed prize pool. Eureka is trying ...more

by Jan Kores on February 24, 2015 2:30 PM

Eureka4 Prague: Balazs Botond wins Eureka4 Prague and €206,948!

The Eureka Poker Tour continued to break records for the fourth successive event. Eureka4 Prague was the biggest event in the tour's history as 1,738 came to the Hilton Hotel for the EPT Prague Festival. The previous two events of season 4 had seen records broken as well, first in Vienna with the pr...more

by Chris Hall on December 11, 2014 8:44 PM

Eureka4 Prague: Level 34 updates (150,000/300,000/40,000)

For level 29-33 updates, please click here8.07pm: Ayman Zbib eliminated in 2nd place (€163,921)The players have been playing very fast and it did not take much time the money to go into the middle. Ayman Zbib made a raise to 950,000 and Balasz Botond moved all in to cover his opponent. Zbib called v...more

by Chris Hall on December 11, 2014 6:20 PM

Eureka4 Prague: Final table player profiles

Seat 1: Endre Sagstuen, 24, Norway, PokerStars player - 4,090,000Endre Sagstuen is an online tournament specialist, although the Norwegian is also doing well in huge live tournaments with a deep run in the record-breaking Estrellas Main Event at EPT100 in Barcelona back in August. On that occassion...more

by Chris Hall on December 11, 2014 3:42 PM

Eureka4 Prague: Level 29-33 updates (120,000/240,000/30,000)

For a list of final table player profiles, please click hereFor news on Season 5 of the Eureka Poker Tour, click here7.05pm: Break timePlayers are on a 15-minute break.6.59pm: Zbib doubles up once moreAccording to the floor, Ayman Zbib had called a 600,000 raise preflop from Balasz Botond before lea...more

by Chris Hall on December 11, 2014 11:40 AM

Eureka4 Prague: PokerStars qualifier Atanas Malinov leads into the final day

There were still 57 players left on Day 3 of the biggest ever Eureka event here at the Hilton Hotel in the magnificent city of Prague. After eight levels, the actual composition of the final table will remain unresolved until tomorrow since ten players will return when the blinds restart at 50,000/1...more

by Chris Hall on December 10, 2014 8:52 PM

Eureka4 Prague: Level 25-28 updates (40,000/80,000/10,000)

For updates on levels 21-24 click here9.00pm: Chip countsAtanas Malinov, Bulgaria, PokerStars qualifier, 6,675,000Jonas Mackoff, Canada, PokerStars player, 4,030,000Vladimir Velikov, Bulgaria, 3,810,000Endre Sagstuen, Norway, PokerStars player, 3,610,000Lucas Blanco, Spain, 3,380,000Ayman Zbib, Leba...more

by Chris Hall on December 10, 2014 3:27 PM

Eureka4 Prague: Level 21-24 updates (15,000/30,000/4,000)

For level 25 updates please click here4.15pm: Break timePlayers are now on a short break.4.13pm: Garcia goneJose Carlos Garcia is out, he made a big call on the river of a 5♦8♦ with A♦5♥ but couldn't beat the backdoor straight hand of Q♦6♦.4.03pm: More for MackoffApparently, Jon...more

by Chris Hall on December 10, 2014 10:54 AM

Eureka4 Prague: Antonin Duda ends Day 2 on top

Day 2 of Eureka4 Prague was a day of fast action from the first riffle until the last river. A massive 542 players had returned and ten levels later, after the dust had settled, there were just 57 players remaining as a total of 89.5% of the field was sent to the rail with over half leaving before t...more

by Chris Hall on December 10, 2014 12:21 AM

Eureka4 Prague: Level 17-20 updates (6,000/12,000/2,000)

For updates on levels 14-16 please click here11.51pm: Davey doneDara Davey is out after losing a flip. His 6♣6♦ was no match for Kamil Pas' A♥K♦ on a 3♦A♦J♠3♥4♠ board.Michael Rutzmoser is also out, his last chips went in with J♠8♥ but lost out to Balasz Botond's T♦T♣.11.44p...more

by Chris Hall on December 9, 2014 7:12 PM

Eureka4 Prague: Level 14-16 updates (Blinds 2,500/5,000/500)

7.00pm: Dinner breakPlayers are on a 75-minute dinner break.6.40pm: Pole positionAt the moment, there's a Polish duo at the top of the leaderboard. Kacper Pyzara currently has 750,000 while Jose Carlos Garcia is on 740,000.6.26pm: Team Pros DownEugene Katchalov has been knocked out, he pushed with [...more

by Chris Hall on December 9, 2014 3:09 PM

Eureka4 Prague: Grin and Behr it

Peder Behr is going to be lamenting a certain hand for a while. The Swede bet 24,000 on the river of a board where he had kings against Ivan Soshnikov's ace-king. Soshnikov made the call and lost, leaving himself with just 4,600 - less than two big blinds at that point. So, for all intents and purpo...more

by Chris Hall on December 9, 2014 2:49 PM

Eureka4 Prague: What to expect when you're not expecting

"I did not expect it to go like this..." said a slightly dishevelled Rupert Elder looking at his 80,000 chip stack. Elder had 16,200 coming back today which left him 524th out of the 542 remaining and at this point he has mixed feelings on his current standing. Needless to say, he wasn't entirely op...more

by Chris Hall on December 9, 2014 1:21 PM

Eureka4 Prague: Over 500 remain for Day 2

So many eyes will be focused on the Super-High Roller event today but that field will still be dwarfed by the sheer quantity of players that remain in Day 2. In total, 142 players made it through Day 1A and a huge 400 managed to navigate through Day 1B. A total of 255 places will be paid with the wi...more

by Chris Hall on December 9, 2014 11:31 AM

Eureka4 Prague: Demore leads gigantic Day 1B field

Two record-breaking days on the trot, this EPT Prague festival has gotten predictable - in the best way possible for the players. Eureka4 Prague has created a field of 1,738 - the biggest field in four years of Eureka events after an incredible 1,263 entrants turned up the second start day here in t...more

by Chris Hall on December 9, 2014 12:26 AM
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