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MORE THAN €1,275,000 TO BE AWARDED IN EUREKA 3 PRAGUE POKER TOUR

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Dec/10/2013
Prague Eureka Poker Tour

The massive Main Event of Eureka Prague has created a huge 7-figure prize pool with €1,275,550 to be divided between 191 players. The new champion will take home an impressive €226,410 - the biggest prize ever awarded in Eureka Poker Tour history. The first prize actually exceeds nearly all the total prize pools awarded in Eureka season 1. All players are guaranteed at least €1,750.

 

We are getting close to the bubble as today's fourth level (1.5/3K, ante 400) currently has no more than 215 remaining runners. Team PokerStars Pros Marcin Horecki and Christophe De Meulder are still competing at the same table while Chris's twin brother Matthias is also still in.

 

Also taking place is the €330 Eureka Mini Event which started at 4pm and will have a huge field. Details to follow regarding this tournament and the 5k€ PLO which started at noon.

 

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For full reports on Eureka Prague, please see the PokerStars blog

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