EPT13 Barcelona: I see poker players

This past two months I've seen countless poker players. It's becoming a problem. You might have experienced it yourself. On the school run, just before the summer holiday began, I saw Mike McDonald buying milk, and Steve O'Dwyer waiting for a bus. A few weeks later there was Jake Cody on the High St...more

by Stephen Bartley on August 16, 2016 3:55 AM

EPT13 Barcelona: A little taste of what's coming up

As we start our build up towards the new EPT Season this week. For a little taste of what's in store take a look at the video below. Even the first few seconds remind you of what's at stake, who the contenders are, and that maybe it's time to head back to the gym.Full coverage begins on the PokerSta...more

by Stephen Bartley on August 15, 2016 3:49 AM

IPT Saint Vincent provides fairy tale ending for Elefante

It turns out that the people of Valle D'Aosta speak three languages. Italian and French are the official ones (the area is tucked up against Italy's border with France and Switzerland), while more than half the population speak Valdôtain, the local dialect. This week though a fourth language was int...more

by Stephen Bartley on August 9, 2016 9:03 AM

Linh Tran triumphs at APPT10 Manila

What a great day of poker that was. The final table of the APPT10 Manila Main Event didn't disappoint here in the PokerStars LIVE room Manila inside the City of Dreams. After fewer than six hours of play, the trophy and ₱6,135,000 went to Linh Tran from Canada. He defeated Sam Razavi after a short h...more

by Marc Convey on August 8, 2016 5:43 AM

APPT10 Manila: Final table live updates

7:55pm: Sam Razavi eliminated in 2nd place for ₱3,466,000; Linh Tran is our champion! (₱6,135,000)It's all over after only 15 minutes of heads up play here. Sam Razavi started shortstacked and couldn't overcome the odds with Linh Tran sealing the deal to lift the APPT trophy and pocket ₱6,135,000.AP...more

by Brad Kain on August 7, 2016 10:34 PM

APPT10 Manila: Final table player profiles

Seat 1, Linh Tran (Canada) - 1,870,000 Linh Tran hails from Canada and plays full time on PokerStars, where you'll find him grinding cash games at the $1/2 limits. He's been playing poker for ten years now and learned the game on TV.Tran cites winning APT Cambodia as his best result to date. That vi...more

by Brad Kain on August 7, 2016 7:35 AM

APPT10 Manila: Jessie Leonardez commands the final nine

The penultimate day of this APPT Manila Main Event is officially a wrap. 39 entered but now only nine remain with our final table all set for tomorrow's exciting conclusion. At the beginning of play the role of chip leader was shared between Alex Lee and Seongsu Kong but one fared better than the ot...more

by Brad Kain on August 7, 2016 6:42 AM

APPT10 Manila: Day 3 coverage archive

8:50pm: Final table set after Rommel Angeles sent packing in 10thLevel 23: Blinds - 15,000/30,000 (5,000 ante)Rommel Angeles was the player most at risk (220k) and he was the player who went in 10th. He was in the big blind and called all-in after Alan Lau set him all-in from the small blind. Lau: [...more

by Brad Kain on August 6, 2016 9:05 PM

APPT10 Manila Day 2: Alex Lee & Seongsu Kong lead final 39

It was a very eventful day in the PokerStars LIVE room within the City of Dreams here in Manila. The APPT Main Event saw a mass of players leave, a bubble occur, all PokerStars Team Pros bust before the money and 39 happy souls make it through to the penultimate day tomorrow. Lee came from nowhere ...more

by Marc Convey on August 6, 2016 7:18 AM

APPT10 Manila: Day 2 coverage archive

Alex Lee presumed chip leader as Day 2 concludesIt's all over here for tonight. Another eight levels done and dusted and a horde of eliminations. Roughly 39 players made it through to tomorrow and it appears that Alex Lee is ahead of the pack with 672,000 in chips. We'll confirm everything as soon a...more

by Marc Convey on August 5, 2016 10:29 PM
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EPT13 Malta

The EPT Malta festival is underway with live updates on the PokerStars Blog.

Day 1 of the €25K High Roller
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