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Swede wins IPT San Remo 2

Leave it to a Scandi to head to southern Europe go back home with all the money. That's just what Sweden's Ramzi Jelassi did this past weekend on the PokerStars Italian Poker Tour. A 22-year-old poker pro, Jelassi flew down from Sweden specifically to play in the event and ended up as the only non-I...more

by Simon Young on September 15, 2009 9:36 AM

PokerStars IPT Venice off to a flyer

Venice is a tourist magnet, packed with folks snaking their way through the city's winding streets or gliding gracefully along the waterways on a river taxi to see one of countless historical attractions. So when PokerStars revealed this would be the second stop of its Italian Poker Tour, everyone e...more

by Simon Young on July 31, 2009 5:48 PM

Scene set for IPT Venice

It's been known as the City of Bridges, the City of Water, and even the City of Light. Now Venice, for a few days at least, can be called the City of Poker, as the PokerStars Italian Poker Tour begins the second leg of its debut season.The first IPT event in San Remo was a huge hit, with banker Ste...more

by Simon Young on July 31, 2009 5:43 PM

On days like these, Stefano Puccilli wins in Italy

It's all guns blazing in the desert of Las Vegas but there's business to be done in Italy beforehand...Stefano Puccilli, a 37-year old banker, has become the first PokerStars Italian Poker Tour (IPT) champion after fighting passed more than 250 players to win the inaugural event in San Remo.Twenty-t...more

by Stephen Bartley on June 9, 2009 1:01 AM

Italian Poker Tour under way in San Remo

The World series is all well and good, and may rightly dominate the poker spotlight right now. But if you're Italian the place to be is San Remo, and the start of the brand new PokerStars Italian Poker Tour which has kicked off across the Atlantic.The first stop of the PokerStars Italian Poker Tour ...more

by Stephen Bartley on June 6, 2009 9:01 AM