Eureka4 Vienna: Season 4 begins in the Austrian capital!

Hello and welcome to the first ever Eureka Poker Tour event in Vienna! The Austrian capital is the scene for the start of Season 4 which also sees events happening later this year in Rozvadov and a return to Prague where Eureka held its biggest ever event. With the European Poker Tour Main Event starting on Sunday, 23rd March, there's no doubt that Vienna is currently the place to be for all things poker.


The Hofburg Palace, one of Vienna's most beautiful buildings.

Just over three months ago, Dimitri Holdeew won the final event of Season 3 taking home €226,400 after beating the largest ever field for a Eureka Poker Tour event as 1,315 players stumped up €1,100 for a chance at glory. Tournament director Thomas Lamatsch is optimistic about how Vienna will compare, telling us, "We have had more online qualifiers and buy-ins than in Prague." At the moment, there is still a steady stream of players currently going through the registration area, all of whom are hoping to become the first ever Eureka Vienna champion.


Dimitri Holdeew, winner of Eureka3 Prague

For the first two and a half days, the posts will be slightly longer and will focus more on the stories around the tournament. Once we approach the bubble, I'll be switching back to a traditional style and making sure you get only the most important news from the Main Event itself.

Key Eureka Vienna Facts

- Players begin with a 20,000 chip stack

- Blinds start at 25/50

- The two start days will feature 10 one-hour levels with a dinner break after level six.

- There are 40 events scheduled over the next 11 days, click here for full details.

Chris Hall
@PokerStars in Vienna