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Tom Holke beats all-comers to win inaugural Eureka Hamburg Main Event

Sometimes it's just written in the stars. Despite everyone trying to take your destiny down another route, you stay on path until you reach your goal. Tom Holke came in today dressed in all the accessories he could find that matched the colours of the German flag- hats, scarfs, you name it - he had ...more

by Marc Convey on May 31, 2015 11:51 AM

Eureka5 Hamburg Main Event Final Day: Level 25-30, Blinds (60,000-120,000, 2

7:45pm: Tom Holke wins Eureka5 Hamburg (€107,920); Alexander Lemme eliminated in 2nd place (€67,100)It took all of 12 hands for the heads up battle to play out; twelve hands where Tom Holke spent most of the time moving all in and showing a big hand. Alexander Lemme was down to 1.1million when he mo...more

by Marc Convey on May 31, 2015 4:23 AM

Eureka5 Hamburg: Lemme leads final six

Well that was a quick day! After four one-hour levels and five minutes of a fifth, 22 players were made to look like the final six. The action never slowed from the off and rarely did an all in player survive. Days like this rarely happen but they're fun to witness when they do. The variance of the ...more

by Marc Convey on May 30, 2015 11:27 AM

Eureka5 Hamburg Main Event Day 3: Levels 21 -25. Blinds (20,000-40,000, 5,00

7:25pm: Jan Bloch eliminated in 7th place (€16,960)It took exactly one hand of level 25 for the day to end with the elimination of Jan Bloch. Of course it had to be a three-way all in to finish off the day! Jan BlochJan Bloch was the short stack and he moved all in for 632,000. Tom Holke flat called...more

by Marc Convey on May 30, 2015 4:40 AM

Eureka5 Hamburg: Holke leads final 28 as Heitmann bubbles

What a busy, fast-paced, action-filled Day 2 that was on the Eureka Poker Tour! The remaining 173 players returned to the Spielbank Schenefeld Casino with two main aims: to make the money first of all and to make Day 3 after the first aim was achieved.A total of 28 players achieved both and will re...more

by Marc Convey on May 29, 2015 1:57 PM

Eureka5 Hamburg: Level 16 - 20 (6,000/12,000, 2,000)

10:45pm: Play ends for the nightThat's all for Day 2. The colourful Tom Holke leads the way. Play will resume at 2pm CET tomorrow.10:25pm: Last 6 handsEach of the four remaining tables will play six more hans before bagging up for the night. 10:05pm: Leopizzi goes in 33rdThe tournament has slowed do...more

by Marc Convey on May 29, 2015 8:50 AM

Eureka5 Hamburg Day 2 : An orbit with big stacks

It's not often that a start of Day 2 table has three of the top four stacks at it, so it's a table worth keeping an eye on. It was time to do, "An orbit with..." at table number six. Naser Nawrozi, Jennifer Sabuel and Denys Drobyna had already busted and been replaced by Andrey Shubin, Hanno Offen a...more

by Marc Convey on May 29, 2015 6:35 AM

Eureka5 Hamburg: Welcome to Day 2

Welcome one and all to Day 2 of the Eureka5 Hamburg Main Event. It's a big coming together day as all the survivors from the four starting flights join up for the first time, all 173 of them. It's also a big day today, as the players will reach the money later on (details below). Heitmann still in t...more

by Marc Convey on May 29, 2015 4:16 AM

Eureka5 Hamburg Day 1D: Alon Lang tops final flight

Day 1D of the Eureka5 Hamburg Main Event was a sell out (as expected), today meaning the total number of players for this event came to 581. This is the first time Eureka has visited Germany and it has proved very popular with the host country, as 76.2% of the field are German. All four starting fli...more

by Marc Convey on May 28, 2015 2:07 PM

Eureka5 Hamburg: Short stacks, no stacks and a pie chart

No more players can enter the Eureka Main Event! The organisers counted up all the players from each starting flight, figured in all the people who won seats but didn't show up and are currently working out all the prize pool information. That will be announced later on but we can bring you a breakd...more

by Marc Convey on May 28, 2015 12:01 PM
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