On August 28, 2013 The European Poker Tour (EPT) will turn 10, when Season X of the popular poker tour kicks-off with a stop in Barcelona. While very little was made of the historic 10th Anniversary of the tour when PokerStars released the Season X schedule on Monday, going by the site’s history with their own 10th Anniversary it’s a good bet that PokerStars has some special events planned for Season X of the PokerStars EPT.
Once again the EPT schedule has been streamlined, with the tour focusing on its most popular destinations and building full tournament series around the EPT Main Events. The only real changes to the schedule were the EPT San Remo and the EPT London, both reverting back to their usual dates on the calendar. Click this link for the latest Titan Poker bonus today!
“During a successful Season 9 where we decided to host fewer and bigger events incorporating the national tours, we listened to an enormous amount of player feedback who valued less time spent travelling, and more time spent playing. Since the Sanremo tournament will be held immediately before the EPT Grand Final in April, it will mean players can spend the whole month of April on the beautiful Riviera,” said EPT President Edgar Stuchly in the press release on the PokerStars blog.
Here is a look at the current dates for the Season X stops on the European Poker Tour:
|Tournament||Country||Festival Dates||Main Event Dates||Buy-In|
|EPT BARCELONA||SPAIN||Aug 15-25, 2012||Aug 19-25, 2012||€5,000 + 300|
|EPT SANREMO||ITALY||Oct 3-11, 2012||Oct 5-11, 2012||€5,000 + 300|
|EPT PRAGUE||CZECH REPUBLIC||Dec 5-15, 2012||Dec 9- 15, 2012||€5,000 + 300|
|2013 PCA||BAHAMAS||Jan 5-14, 2013||Jan 7-13, 2013||$10,000 + 300|
|EPT DEAUVILLE||FRANCE||Jan 30-Feb 9, 2013||Feb 3-9, 2013||€5,000 + 300|
|EPT LONDON||UK||Mar 5-16, 2013||Mar 10-16, 2013||£5,000 + 250|
|EPT BERLIN||GERMANY||Apr 17-27, 2013||Apr 21-27, 2013||€5,000 + 300|
|POKERSTARS AND MONTE-CARLO®CASINO EPT GRAND FINAL||MONACO||May 6-15, 2013||May 6-12, 2013||€10,000 + 600|
Remarkably, after nearly nine full seasons the European Poker Tour has yet to see a player win multiple titles. Compare this to the World Poker Tour’s track record of 19 players with multiple championship titles, and two, Gus Hansen and Carlos Mortensen, having three championships on their resume. So, in 120 tournaments the WPT has crowned 19 repeat winners, and in 90 tournaments the EPT has crowned ZERO!
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