2023 PokerStars EPT Makes Final Stop In Prague From Dec 6 to 17
November 10, 2023
The final stop of the 2023 PokerStars European Poker Tour will be in Prague
Hilton Hotel Prague will play hosts to 11 days of exciting poker action
Exciting action available for high stakes players
European poker players who are looking to finish the year by playing one exciting live poker tournament, should consider heading over to Prague, Czech Republic. That’s because the 2023 PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) will make its final stop of the year in Prague.
2023 PokerStars EPT Prague
The 2023 PokerStars EPT Prague is set to take place from Dec 6 to 17 at the Hilton Hotel Prague. A total of 11 exciting days of poker action will be on the cards with a number of exciting events taking place. Apart from the EPT Prague, there will also be other exciting poker action taking place in Prague.
The Eureka Poker Tour will also visit Prague from Dec 6 to 11 and also take place at the Hilton Hotel Prague. There will also be numerous cash games taking place at 2023 PokerStars EPT Prague on a 24/7 basis at the Grand Ball Room at Hilton Prague. These cash games will be operated by Kings Casino.
While there are a number of exciting events taking place at 2023 PokerStars EPT Prague, the highlight will undoubtedly be the €5,300 Main Event. The EPT Main Event tends to award out huge prizes as we saw in 2023 with EPT Paris Main Event awarding €1,170,000 to first place winner Razvan Belea and EPT Barcelona Main Event awarding €1,134,375 to winner Simon Wiciak.
All four EPT Main Events in 2023 saw over 1,000 player registrations with EPT Barcelona Main Event recording the highest with 2,120 registrations. Will the 2023 EPT Prague Main Event be able to beat that record?
Multiple High Roller Events At 2023 EPT Prague
Apart from the 2023 EPT Prague Main Event, there are also a number of exciting high roller events. High stakes players should watch out for the EPT High Roller which has a €10,300 buy-in and runs from December 15-17; the EPT Super High Roller which has a €50,000 buy-in and runs from December 10-11.
There is also a special EPT Mystery Bounty event taking place from December 13-15 and has a €3,000 buy-in. If the buy-in are too high, check out the PokerStars website as there are a number of satellite events for EPT Prague.