EPT Prague is back this December
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Thursday 25th November, 2021

EPT Prague is back this December

By Mad Harper

EPT Prague is back!

 

After a two-year hiatus, one of the most popular live poker events in Europe is back. EPT Prague was a mainstay of the live poker calendar for 13 straight years until the pandemic scuppered live poker. 

 

EPT Prague has always had huge allure; held just before Christmas in a city famed for its lively nightlife, the event is imbued with festive spirit. Players from all over Europe and beyond will be flocking to the Czech capital next month for a truly spectacular festival. EPT Prague always features a huge number of tournaments and this year’s 12-day event will not disappoint. Taking place from December 8-19 at the Hilton Prague, highlights will include the €5,300 EPT Main Event, €1,100 EPT National and €10,300 EPT High Roller. 

 

MainEventTravel has numerous hotel options close to the tournament venue including the Grandior Hotel Prague, the Art Deco Imperial and the Cosmopolitan Prague. 

 

“We’re so excited to welcome our community back to our live poker felt with one of our most famous and well-loved poker tours,” said Severin Rasset, Managing Director of Poker at PokerStars. “It’s been such a long time coming and we’ve been working tirelessly and monitoring the situation carefully so that no stone is unturned for a safe return to live events and a great experience for our players.

 

“The health and safety of players and staff are of paramount importance and we have a number of measures in place to ensure everyone attending feels comfortable and confident.”

 

The EPT Prague Main Event has seen some huge winners over the years including World Series of Poker Main Event champion Hossein Ensan (2015) and two-time EPT champion Mikalai Pobal along with Britain’s Roberto Romanello and German pro Martin Finger. 

 

Don’t miss this great chance to visit Prague - December is the perfect time to visit this beautiful city. The Old Town Square is an idyllic winter setting, aglow with the lights of the giant Christmas tree and festive market stalls.

 

In its long history, the European Poker Tour has visited 24 different destinations including Barcelona, London, Dublin, Copenhagen, Vienna, Monte Carlo, Warsaw, Prague, Sanremo, Budapest, Kyiv, Tallinn, Berlin, Madrid and Sochi. The first EPT Main Event took place in Barcelona from September 17-18, 2004. The most recent live event took place in Sochi in October 2020 followed by an online festival last Winter.

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