France Poker Series

EPT10 Deauville: Van Leeuwen upsets the French party and takes crown back to

Beyond the early eliminations, it is difficult to find really significant action during Day 1. Age old poker cliche alert: you can't win the tournament in the opening stages, you can only lose it. Thankfully, EPT festivals these days never start and end with the Main Event and there will likely be ...more

by Howard Swains on January 26, 2014 1:34 PM

Finish your summer in style at FPS SunFest Cannes (23-29 September)

Don't let the sun go down on your summer. There's a €250,000 guaranteed France Poker Series (FPS) tournament taking place on the high rolling French Riviera this September. It's the perfect way to finish up the season, taking in some late summer sun on the coast on the PokerStars beach before going ...more

by Rick Dacey on August 6, 2013 3:38 AM

France Poker Series headed for SnowFest

Need a vacation? Need time time on the slopes? Want to win some money in the process? Grab your skis. Grab your boards. Grab your card protector. It's almost time for a ski vacation. And it's almost time for a poker tournament! The France Poker Series is headed back to Evian and the beautiful Fren...more

by Brad Willis on March 7, 2013 8:58 AM

Patrick Braga wins FPS Deauville Main Event and €165,000

Patrick Braga is the new FPS Deauville champion having beaten a huge 828-strong field of poker players drawn from among the best of Europe, not just France. The massive numbers that the FPS Grand Final pulled in were helped by the coming together of the FPS and the European Poker Tour, which all hel...more

by Rick Dacey on February 4, 2013 7:08 AM

FPS Deauville Main Event begins today, EPT gears up

The France Poker Series Deauville Main Event began today kick-starting the European Poker Tour Deauville festival in earnest. The €1,100 buy-in event shuffled up at noon today and, if you think you can parlez le francais well (I can't), then jump on through to the local PokerStars coverage here. Th...more

by Rick Dacey on January 30, 2013 6:30 AM

Mateusz Rypulak wins FPS Paris and €150,000

PokerStars qualifier Mateusz Rypulak last night won France Poker Series Paris to claim €150,000 beating Frenchman Sofiane Tigrine heads-up to the trophy. The €1,100 Main Event took place 12-19 November with 715 players fighting it out through the 81 paid places through to the big money final table. ...more

by Rick Dacey on November 20, 2012 7:20 AM

Karim El Rharbaoui beats Patrick Renkers to title at France Poker Series Sun

Karim El Rharbaoui last weekend won the France Poker Series Mazagan Sunfest for MAD 505,000 ($59,443) beating French journeyman Richard Ekert and Dutch grinder Patrick Renkers into podium finishes. Renkers would have fancied his chances at the final table given his experience and $313,216 in live ...more

by Rick Dacey on October 17, 2012 3:08 AM

Warm your chips at Mazagan Sunfest (11-14 October, Morocco)

Fancy jetting off for some late summer sun and playing some poker while you're at it? Then step right up to France Poker Series' Mazagan Sunfest. The €1,100 main event runs 12-14 October with side events, including a €3,000 High Roller, taking place. Morocco, it's lovely at this time of year, especi...more

by Rick Dacey on October 7, 2012 11:30 AM

Big win at Snowfest all in a day's work for 18-year old Veronika Pavlikova

Maybe you haven't heard about this yet, because the poker world seems to still be in a bit of shock about last Sunday's Main Event win at the France Poker Series. The Snowfest series, as it's called, held at Evian in the French Alps, is eagerly awaited each year by many of the poker wo...more

by Rebekah Mercer on April 4, 2012 7:36 AM

Pavlikova takes FPS Snowfest

The France Poker Series has found its latest winner, and she is Veronika Pavlikova. On Sunday, Pavlikova, an 18-year-old, finished atop the 296-player field. Her take? The FPS trophy and €70,000. The PokerStars qualifier scored her first major victory in an event featured many seasoned players, inc...more

by FPS Staff on March 26, 2012 12:03 PM
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