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Eureka2 Prague: Panagiotou wins Eureka Prague and €137,100

The champion of Eureka Prague, the biggest ever Eureka poker tour event, is Menikos Panagiotou. The 29-year-old Cypriot had already outlasted 644 players to reach the final eight and he absolutely ran over the final table today, eliminating six of his seven opponents to claim the first prize of €137...more

by Nick Wright on December 9, 2012 8:03 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 4, Level 27-28 updates (blinds 30,000-60,000 ante 5,000)

6.50pm: Menikos Panagiotou wins Eureka Prague (€137,100); Robert Vukovic second (€75,000)Robert Vukovic was always going to have to take a bit of a flyer to get back into this heads-up battle and unfortunately it didn't work out for him.He raised on the button to 125,000 on the button, Menikos Panag...more

by Nick Wright on December 9, 2012 7:59 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 4, Level 23-26 updates (blinds 20,000-40,000 ante 4,000)

4.05pm: On a breakThe six remaining players are now on a 15 minute break, you'll find level 27 updates in a new post.3.55pm: Vukovic takes one from KlosinskiAfter a period where nothing happened (just pre-flop raise and takes) a big pot just played out between Robert Vukovic and Mariusz Klosinski.Pr...more

by Nick Wright on December 9, 2012 3:22 PM

Eureka2 Prague: Vogelhuber leads final table of Eureka Prague

The final table of the record breaking Eureka Prague main event is set. In what was a lightning quick day the field of 36 was reduced to the final eight in fewer than five levels.That's not to say the players were fast and loose, it was more a case of the biggest stack having the best hand and holdi...more

by Nick Wright on December 8, 2012 6:53 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 3, Level 23 updates (blinds 10,000-20,000 ante 2,000)

6pm: Greg Livshits eliminated in ninth place (€9,500)On just the second hand of nine handed play Greg Livshits was eliminated and the final table is now set.He moved all-in from the cut-off for 267,000, next to act Mattias Knaapinen re-raised to isolate and everyone else folded.Knaapinen: A♠K♦Li...more

by Nick Wright on December 8, 2012 6:50 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 2, Level 19-22 updates (blinds 8,000-16,000 ante 2,000)

4.30pm:Robert Vukovic doubles through Petr TargaOn the last hand before the break a big hand played out between Robert Vukovic and Petr Targa.There was a raise under-the-gun, Targa three-bet to 58,000 from the small blind, Vukovic four-bet from the big blind to 112,000 and Targa was the only caller...more

by Nick Wright on December 8, 2012 6:47 PM

Eureka2 Prague: Havlik has slender lead with 36 left in main event

If the first two days of play at Eureka Prague was about watching the number of entrants rise (to a record breaking 652 no less) then today was about seeing how far that number would fall. We knew it would drop lower than 72 (the number of players who'd get paid) and when eight levels of play had e...more

by Nick Wright on December 7, 2012 9:54 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 2, Level 15-18 updates (blinds 3,000-6,000 ante 500)

9.10pm: Day two is doneA frantic Day 2 has seen the field reduced to just 36 over eight levels of play. It really is too close to call right now with chip leader Daniel Havlik ahead by less than one big blind. In fact the top four are separated by less than three big blinds. News of who they are and...more

by Nick Wright on December 7, 2012 9:47 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 2, Level 11-14 updates (blinds 1,200-2,400 ante 300)

4.25pm: Half the day is doneAnd that's four of today's eight scheduled levels in the books. You'll find level 15 updates and beyond in a new post shortly.4.20pm: OverkillThe ace on the river was a bit of overkill as Damien Lhommeau's pocket aces improved to a set, although they didn't need to as the...more

by Nick Wright on December 7, 2012 3:32 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 1B, Level 9-10 updates (blinds 500-1,000 ante 100)

1.15am: Daubach tops massive 650 player field in Prague"If we're really lucky we might get 400 today," said one member of PokerStars staff before Day 1B started. That looked quite optimistic given that just 225 players were registered when shuffle up and deal was announced. But over six levels of la...more

by Nick Wright on December 7, 2012 1:06 AM

Eureka Prague: Day 1B, Level 5-8 updates (blinds 300-600 ante 75)

9.40pm: BreakThat's the end of level eight, you'll find level nine updates in a new post shortly.9.30pm: More bust outsThe last few players to exit Eureka Prague are: Simeon Naydenov, Jonatan Hellman, Daniel Rozich, Georgios Kapalas, Heppu Simola, Tadas Rimdzius, Viktor Kovachev, George-Cristian Mal...more

by Nick Wright on December 6, 2012 8:57 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 1B, Levels 1-4 updates (blinds 100-200)

4.25pm: End of level fourFour levels down and 40% of the day is done, the number of entrants now stands at 391, although both Jude Ainsworth and Michael Tureniec are no longer in their seats, so are likely out. You'll find level five updates in a new post shortly.4.20pm: Horecki hoarding chipsTeam P...more

by Nick Wright on December 6, 2012 3:45 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 1A, Level 9-10 updates (blinds 500-1,000 ante 100)

12.45am: Rodriguez leaves it late to lead Day 1A of Eureka PragueWe knew Eureka Prague was going to be the biggest Eureka event of the season and whilst the 222 players who entered Day 1A of the €1,000 + €100 main event didn't quite make it the biggest Eureka of the season on their own, those who e...more

by Nick Wright on December 5, 2012 11:54 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 1A, Level 5-8 updates (blinds 300-600 ante 75)

9.40pm: End of level eightThe 98 remaining players are now on a 15 minute break, you'll find level nine updates in a new post shortly9.30pm: Greater SzaboOne of the chip leaders - Zoltan Szabo - just created a big pot, despite being a small contributor to it.He opened to 1,500 from his stack of 71,0...more

by Nick Wright on December 5, 2012 9:00 PM

Eureka Prague: Day 1A, Level 1-4 updates (blinds 100-200)

4.15pm: Break timeThat's the end of level four, meaning the players are on a 15 minute break. You'll find level five updates in a new post shortly.4.05pm: Stam the manIt's no wonder that Robin Stam was smiling at the denouement of the following hand as he now has a stack of 36,000 and is one of the ...more

by Nick Wright on December 5, 2012 3:35 PM
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