The final stop of the European Poker Tour (EPT) Season 10 is set.
A total of 48 events with buy-ins ranging from as little as €110 to €100,000 will be organized at the Monte Carlo Casino between April 23 and May 2, 2014 as part of the EPT Monaco Grand Final poker festival.
This year, the EPT will partner up with the France Poker Series (FPS) to offer action for low-stakes tournament players. The high-rollers will have their share with big-buy-in tournaments like the €10,600 Main Event, €25,500 High Roller or €100,000 Super High Roller.
Even the cash players will be covered: 40 tables will run every day from noon until 6 AM with big blinds from €5 to €400.
“The EPT has been leading the way in live poker for ten years, and this year’s EPT Grand Final will be the biggest and best ever. With more tournaments than ever before at lower buy-ins alongside our other events plus a wide range of cash games, a greater variety of player will be able to experience the EPT, creating a fuller festival atmosphere,” EPT president Edgar Stuchly told PokerStars Blog.
Last year, it was Steve O’Dwyer who took down the Main Event, winning €1,224,000 from the total prize pool of €5,310,200. Steven Silverman won the High Roller and with it €775,400 in a three-way deal while Max Altergott won the biggest prize of the series alongside the Super High Roller trophy: €1,746,400.