Die EPT Prag im Dezember sollte die letzte Austragung der European Poker Tour sein. fanden die von PokerStars veranstalteten Turniere unter den. Mit der European Poker Tour (EPT) in Prag ist am Dienstag das letzte große Pokerfestival Jahres zuende gegangen. Für die ganz große. Mit der European Poker Tour (EPT) in Prag ist am Dienstag das letzte große Pokerfestival Jahres zuende gegangen. Für die ganz große Schlagzeile.
EPT Prag - TurnierplanMit der European Poker Tour (EPT) in Prag ist am Dienstag das letzte große Pokerfestival Jahres zuende gegangen. Für die ganz große Schlagzeile. Mikalaj Pobal aus Weißrussland gewinnt bei der EPT in Prag das Main Event. Er ist der erste Mann, der jetzt zwei Siege bei EPT-Main-Events. Dezember gastiert die EPT wieder im Hilton Prague und bringt 46 Events mit. Seit gastiert die EPT in Prag und ist neben Barcelona der.
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Ich stimme der Verarbeitung meiner Daten entsprechend der Datenschutzbestimmungen zu. Inline Feedbacks. Then Paul Michaelis won a small one off Branco with a pre-flop raise and continuation bet.
That was followed with Artem Kobylinskiy and Michaelis both winning raise-and-take hands. Laurynas Levinskas opened for , under the gun and Alexandr Merzhvinskii called in the big blind.
Perhaps sensing an opening, Merzhvinskii led for , Levinskas thought for about 20 seconds and then raised to 1. Merzhvinskii decided he didn't want any of that and folded, leaving himself 4.
On the next hand Carlos Branco opened for , on the button and Artem Kobylinskiy called in the big blind. The Portuguese player Carlos Branco has been the most active so far today behind chip leader Paul Michaelis.
And his most frequent action has been the all-in preflop push. Just now Branco opened then watched Laurynas Levinskas three-bet to , from the next seat over.
When action folded back to Branco he reraised all in again, and Levinskas stepped aside. With all this shoving, somebody was bound to leave soon.
That somebody turned out to be Parker Talbot. Talbot opened the action with an all-in bet on the button. Laurynas Levinskas asked for a count -- Talbot's bet was 2.
Talbot rechecked his cards, then took a stab for , and after a short think Michaelis called. Michaelis is up around 13 million now, while Talbot is currently sixth of six with 2.
Carlos Branco is doing everything he can to pick up chips right now -- and the rest of the table is reluctant to play into his plans.
In a four-hand span he open-shoved in the hijack seat with no callers, opened for , under the gun with no callers, and moved in from the small blind over the top of an Alexandr Merzhvinskii button raise -- again without a call.
It's not a situation that can persist forever, but there's no telling how long it can go on, either. It's a new level, and it started with Artem Kobylinskiy trying to limp in from the small blind, but Paul Michaelis wasn't having it, raising from the big blind to , Kobylinskiy checked, Michaelis bet ,, and Kobylinskiy called.
Michaelis kept pressuring, betting 1. Michaelis adds more to his lead and now has The consistently pressuring Paul Michaelis won a couple of hands pre-flop just now, the first by three-betting over an Artem Kobylinskiy open and the second with just a single raise himself.
The next hand saw Carlos Branco open-raise all in from the button, but he got no customers. Branco is still on about 2. The action is low-key here in the early going.
Four hands resulted in just one flop and nothing past that. Alexandr Merzhvinskii opened on his button and got no callers.
Laurynas Levinskas took down the blinds with a button raise on the next hand. And then Paul Michaelis limp-folded from the small blind after Parker Talbot made it , to go from the big.
There was action on the very first hand today, with the chip leader Paul Michaelis and the shortest stack Carlos Branco battling to the river in the opening hand.
Branco checked, then called Michaelis's continuation bet to , Branco checked a third time, Michaelis dug out a bet of ,, and this time Branco folded.
Michaelis chips up further to about All six of the final table players are present and correct. They are now having their photo taken before we'll get started in a few minutes.
Stand by. And so it comes to this. And that's today. We'll be focusing on the Main Event right here, and the High Roller over there, so let's whet your appetite for the day ahead.
From a starting field of 1, including re-entries , only six players now remain. They represent six different countries with Germany's Paul Michaelis leading the pack.
Germany has a fine record on the EPT, having crowned 14 champions, but none have lifted the title since Hossein Ensan did so in this room in , so they are overdue.
They each have 40 big blinds or more, so will consider themselves well and truly alive. The last of the top six, Canada's Parker Talbot, and Carlos Branco of Portugal, have 31 and 26 big blinds, respectively.
But we have all seen short stacks rise to the summit, so it is far from over for anybody. Play starts at noon, with a few minutes left of Level The mathematics suggests we should get down to heads up within about four levels, so we could well be done before about 9pm.
They will reduce the length of the levels from 90 minutes to 45 minutes when three players remain. And what's in it for the players?
Here's the list of players already going. One of today's final six will be joining them. Here's the full payout schedule for today:. Available for IOS and Android.
Paul Michaelis celebrates with his supporters. Paul Michaelis: A satisfying victory. Paul Michaelis: Still a massive leader.
Artem Kobylinskiy: Gradually chipping back. Big leader as the heads up battle begins. Alexandr Merzhvinskii breathes his last. Alexandr Merzhvinskii: Third place finisher.
It's all about the trophy and the million euro. Paul Michaelis: Past 20 million. Artem Kobylinskiy: Eights good. Deal reached in Prague. Alexandr Merzhvinskii: Two wins.
Paul Michaelis surges ahead. Laurynas Levinskas: Heading home in fourth. Laurynas Levinskas: Time to go. Deal discussions in Prague. Carlos Branco begs for some support.
Branco gets no help. Branco bids farewell and heads home. Carlos Branco: An agonising decision. Artem Kobylinskiy nudges ahead.
Alexandr Merzhvinskii and Carlos Branco: To call or not to call. But be hungry. Be very hungry. And expect meat sweats.
The Hilton is also only five minutes from a McDonalds, if you must. If you know what to expect, MyRaw Cafe is also terrific.
High end: Prague has literally hundreds of restaurants, some of which rank among the best in Europe.
La Degustation and Field have Michelin stars, while both Eska and Sansho are very close to the Hilton and earn regular rave reviews.
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The Czech Republic is in the European Union, but it is not in the Eurozone, which means it retains its own currency. The Czech koruna CZK is the only currency accepted across most of the smaller shops and restaurants.
Some of the bigger places will allow you to pay in Euros, and the EPT tournament buy-ins and cash games use Euros as the base currency.
The first is that the shopping mall across from the Hilton through the parking lot opposite the tournament room entrance has pretty much everything you need to survive: a pharmacy, a supermarket and a decent coffee shop.
You might want to visit at least once a day. Prague has a very easy to use metro system click to expand.
Secondly: Prague has a really good metro system that is very easy to use, and Florenc station is a very short walk from the Hilton.
There are three lines: the green A line, the yellow B line and the red C line. Florenc is one of stations that is an interchange, meaning you can access both B and C lines from there, while the A line is only two stops away.
If your trip is even shorter, ie. One other crucial piece of information: you need to validate your ticket before getting on the train, which means sticking it into the yellow box at the top of the escalators.
That should keep you on the right side of the law. At time of writing, the first three are in the Premier Division. Tickets are usually available, so get along to a match if you have the chance.
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