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Eureka4 Vienna, Day2: The big names are tumbling

There are two known facts when reporting on a poker tournament, Day 1B is always bigger than Day 1A and at no point do players bust out quicker than at the start of Day 2. With two levels down, 111 players have been eliminated which represents over a quarter of the field.<form mt:asset-id="222933...more

by Chris Hall on March 21, 2014 7:01 PM

Eureka4 Vienna Day2: An orbit with Max Lykov

When watching Team PokerStars Pro Max Lykov, you instantly get the impression that this is a man who isn't happy if he's not involved in a hand. Lykov always wants to be in the pot and if people are not prepared to make a stand then he can easily overwhelm a table thanks to sheer aggression. With th...more

by Chris Hall on March 21, 2014 6:58 PM

Qualify for Eureka Vienna, win lots of money, get on EPTLive!

Season 4 of the Eureka Poker Tour starts in Vienna next month, but the demand for seats is already huge. More than 175 players have already qualified online at PokerStars and there's still more than a month to go! If you're after a full package, complete with accommodation and travel money, then you...more

by Brad Willis on March 4, 2014 1:20 PM

Eureka3 Prague: Dmitry Holdeew wins Eureka Prague Main Event and €226,400

If anyone ever tries to tell you that having a big stack going to the final table can be a curse as much as a blessing then refer them to this final table. The top three stacks entering the final table were the only players to ever have the chip lead and would end up occupying the podium positions, ...more

by Nick Wright on December 12, 2013 10:58 PM

Eureka3 Prague: Final table, level 32-34 updates (150,000/300,000, ante 40,0

9pm: Dmitri Holdeew wins Eureka3 Prague (€226,400); Ami Barer second (€131,400)It's all over here in Prague and wouldn't you know it another German poker player has won a massive poker tournament as Dmitri Holdeew is the Eureka3 Prague winner, whilst Ami Barer finishes as runner-up.In the final hand...more

by Nick Wright on December 12, 2013 10:21 PM

Eureka3 Prague: Final table, level 27-31 updates (80,000/160,000, ante 20,00

5.10pm: Break timeThe players are now on a 20 minute break, you'll find level 32 updates in a new post.5.05pm: Jaroslav Peter eliminated in fourth place (€68,800)The wait for a Czech winner of a Eureka Poker tour Main Event goes on as Jaroslav Peter has just been ousted in fourth.It passed to him on...more

by Nick Wright on December 12, 2013 10:19 PM

Eureka3 Prague: PokerStars qualifier Ami Barer leads Main Event final table

When the penultimate day of the Eureka3 Prague Main Event got underway at noon local time there were 43 bums on seats. Amongst those posteriors were EPT Main Event champions, Team PokerStars Pros, high stakes sharks and PokerStars qualifiers. It's one of the latter who leads the final eight as after...more

by Nick Wright on December 11, 2013 10:40 PM

Eureka3 Prague: Day 3, level 25-27 updates (30,000/60,000 ante 10,000)

9.30pm: Sergey Baranov eliminated in ninth place (€16,800)Day 3 has come to an end and it's Sergey Baranov who's bubbled the official final table. There was a raise to 150,000 from Jaroslav Peter, then from the big blind Baranov moved all-in for around 450,000 with T♥9♦, back on Peter he made t...more

by Nick Wright on December 11, 2013 10:36 PM

Eureka3 Prague: Day 3, level 21-24 updates (15,000/30,000 ante 4,000)

4.30pm: 19 players left at the end of level 24That's the end of level 24, you'll find level 25 updates in a new post shortly. Just 19 players remain as Billy Demirtas is out in 22nd, Georgii Bandura is out in 21st and Thomas Layher is out in 20th.4.25pm: Peter Jaroslav wins two million chip potA ma...more

by Nick Wright on December 11, 2013 10:34 PM

Eureka3 Prague: Stephen 'Stevie444' Chidwick leads final 43 in the Main Even

When the 396 players who had made it to Day 2 reconvened at noon local time we were told that 191 of them would make the money. We fully expected to burst the bubble but I don't think anyone would've expected just 43 players to have survived after 10 levels of play.They're all still in with a shot o...more

by Nick Wright on December 11, 2013 1:15 AM

Eureka3 Prague: Day 2 level 19-20 updates (6,000/12,000 ante 2,000)

12.30am: Done for the dayThat's it, Day 2 is in the books and 396 players have been reduced to just 43. A wrap of the days play is on the way. Day 3 starts at noon local time.12.10am: Last five handsThe tournament clock has been paused and the 47 remaining players will have five more hands to negoti...more

by Nick Wright on December 11, 2013 1:11 AM

Eureka3 Prague: Day 2 level 14-18 updates (4,000/8,000 ante 1,000)Eureka3 Pr

10.01pm: BreakThat's the end of level 18, you'll find level 18 updates in a new post. 10pm: How MacPhee grabbed the leadGetting a big hand is hard, getting it to hold even harder. But that's how Kevin MacPhee got a boost to 550,000 and since then he's built up to 650,000 and is one of the top five s...more

by Nick Wright on December 11, 2013 1:08 AM

Eureka3 Prague, Day 2: An orbit with Marcin Horecki and Christophe De Meulde

Two PokerStars Pros at the same table you say? More than enough of an excuse to spend an entire orbit at Table 2 watching proceedings then. The blinds during this orbit were 1,200/2,400 ante 300 and the chip counts are approximate eyes on counts. The button starts in seat three and this is how the t...more

by Nick Wright on December 11, 2013 1:07 AM

Eureka3 Prague, Day 2: Seat open

Tournament rule no 673: No matter how many levels you play on Day 1a there will always be a mass of exits during the first level of Day 2.Anyone who's ever played a multi-day live tournament will know the above rule to be true, be there eight, nine, ten or 73 levels played on Day 1 the most common p...more

by Nick Wright on December 11, 2013 1:06 AM

Eureka3 Prague, Day 2: All under one roof

With 949 players showing up yesterday to add to the 366 from Day 1a, I didn't expect the combined field for Day 2 to weigh in at less than the 366 runners from Day 1a. But it was close and I imagine with the usual start of Day 2 carnage will see the 396 players who return for Day 2 dip under that nu...more

by Nick Wright on December 11, 2013 1:05 AM
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