EPT releases schedules for EPT Berlin and Grand Final
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Herein we have the secret to all that are EPT Berlin and the EPT Grand Final. Let's start with the latter, eh?
The EPT Grand Final in Madrid, Spain (May 7-12) will host more tournaments than it has at any point in the past seven years. There will be 28 events on offer. Remember how you couldn't play PLO tournaments in Monte Carlo? That changes now with some new events in Madrid like the €1,000 PLO Turbo Bounty "Single Reload or Add-on," an 8-Max event, and a €2,000 No-Limit Turbo Bounty 8-Max tournament.
As always, the Grand Final will host the popular €550 Ladies Event, a 64-player Heads-up tourney, as well as the the €25,000 High Roller tourney, €5,000 PLO event, €10,000 High Roller turbo, and a special invite-only freeroll for SuperNova Elite players. There will also be a a special televised champions' tourney being held on the final day of the Grand Final.
Oh, and if we didn't mention it before, how about these two words:
For the first time in Grand Final history, cash games will be running alongside the tournament action. Cash games, people!
For a full rundown of the Grand Final, check out the EPT Grand Final Madrid schedule.
We also have word that the EPT has just released its schedule for Berlin. This season's Berlin side event schedule offers a total of 15 tourneys, including a €3,250 32-cap Heads-up tourney, a €10,000 8-Max event, nightly €300 turbos, and a €2,000 No-Limit event. You can find the full slate of fun stuff on the EPT Berlin schedule page.
Satellites are running now on PokerStars for both the EPT Grand Final and EPT Berlin. If that stuff doesn't keep you busy, I can't imagine anything will.