PokerStars Returns to London for EPT After Eight-Year Hiatus – For the first time since 2014, PokerStars and the European Poker Tour will host a stop in London. For much of the early part of the European Poker Tour (EPT) , London, UK, was one of the premier stops on the tour. However, with the last London stop happening in 2014 , it has been eight years since the tour last visited the British capital.
That is set to change in 2022 as PokerStars returns to London in October of this year for another EPT London festival. The games will run from October 18 – 28 with various events, including the storied EPT Main Event, UKIPT events, and the European HORSE Championship.
In addition to all the cash up for grabs in London this fall, players will also have a chance to win a seat in the PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC) , scheduled to return for its second running in Jan of 2023 . There will be two Platinum Passes to the exclusive $25k live game on offer during EPT London .
One of those passes will be available in the bounty barrel during the EPT Platinum Pass Mystery Bounty from Oct 24 – 26, but the second pass will be open to online qualifiers. UKIPT and EPT qualifiers to London will get a shot at a Platinum Pass in a special live, all-in shootout on October 22. Not regulated or for use in Ontario Storied History of EPT London
Victoria Coren, the first woman to win an EPT title For the first decade of the EPT, London was a fixture on the schedule. From 2004, when John Shipley won the very first London Main Event, to 2014’s German winner Sebastian Pauli, 11 events took place in the British capital.
Among those is one of the most famous moments in EPT history. In 2006, Victoria Coren became the first woman to win an EPT title on her home turf at The Vic in central London. Among the other big names to win an EPT title in London over the years are the UK’s […]
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