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Russian Poker Series Russian Poker Series heads to Latvia

While established PokerStars tours like the LAPT and EPT are about to get under way (the LAPT in Brazil today, and EPT in Estonia next week), a new kid on the block is opening its doors tomorrow.The PokerStars Russian Poker Series welcomes the second event of its first season to Riga, the beautiful ...more

by Simon Young on August 5, 2010 10:57 AM

Kirill Telezhkin wins big in debut Russian Poker Series event

PokerStars set a new benchmark for live events with the successful conclusion of the first Russian Poker Series tournament, held in Kyiv in the Ukraine. This was the largest-ever event held in the CIS countries, with 258 players generating an impressive $688,215 prize pool.After four hard days, it w...more

by Simon Young on June 7, 2010 4:30 PM

RPS Kyiv: Final table

by Pavel SychevOnly a few minutes are left until the start of the final table of the PokerStars Russian Poker Series Kyiv main event. As you might remember, yesterday we got names of all final table players. Play will continue from level 22. Current chip leader is live pro from Chernovtsy (Ukraine) ...more

by Simon Young on June 5, 2010 10:15 AM

RPS Kyiv: Nikolay Chorny leads into final table

by Pavel SychevLevel 22 was the last level for today. Five players busted now we know the names of the final nine players. First, Mark Kitov knocked out Valeriy Novitskiy. Valeriy's А-7 didn't stand against Marks' A-J. After that, the most emotional player of the event, Valeriy Iliyakin eliminated t...more

by Simon Young on June 5, 2010 10:13 AM

RPS Kyiv: Level 21 updates

by Pavel SychevIt's the 21st level of PokerStars Russian Poker Series Kyiv Main Event, with blinds at 8,000-16,000 and a 2,000 ante. All players are playing with extreme caution (everybody wants to be on the final table).17th place ($8,050) went to Yakov Nepomnyashchiy. Yakov moved all-in pre-flop w...more

by Simon Young on June 5, 2010 10:11 AM

Kyiv hosts first PokerStars Russian Poker Series event

We last visited Kyiv, the beautiful capital of Ukraine, for the first event of last season's European Poker Tour. It was a cracking city, bathed in sunshine and full of friendly people. The tournament, won by Max Lykov, was a great success, and it's no surprise to see Kyiv as the first stop of the n...more

by Simon Young on June 2, 2010 4:34 PM
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