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Domenico Drammis wins the IPT5 Grand Final and €135,000

Italian player Domenico Drammis won the title and €135,000 at the Season 5 PokerStars Italian Poker Tour Saint Vincent Grand Final. Drammis beat a field of 914 players at the Casino De La Vallee, where the IPT Main Event generated a €558,546 prize pool. Drammis's beat fellow Italian Gianpaolo Eramo heads-up, but Eramo still pocketed a huge €75,000. IPT champ Domenico Drammis The final action saw Drammis go all-in with A♦7♦, well ahead of Eramo who called it off with a crushed Ah]3♣. The 4♦5♥Q♦K♦2♣ board was a huge heads-up...more

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Biscardi wins IPT Grand Final

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PokerStars Qualifier Davide Biscardi won €200,000 in the early hours of Tuesday at the final table of the IPT San Remo Grand Final. The Italian player beat a field of 418 players here at the Casino Municipale where the Italian Poker Tour generated a €810,920 prize pool. Biscardi's heads up...more

Baumstein still leads at IPT Grand Final

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After nine hours of play on Saturday, the field of 212 who started Day 2 is down to 44 players who move forward to today's Day 3 and have a shot at cashing at the Italian Poker Tour's San Remo Grand Final. The United States' Scott Baumstein is the chip...more

Braumstein leads IPT Grand Final

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Day 1B of the PokerStars.It IPT San Remo Grand Final is officially over. It's been a great show here at the Casino Municipale for the most important Italian live poker event. After eight levels and with blinds 400/800 (ante 100), the current chip leader is Scott Braumstein from USA with...more

IPT Grand Final begins in San Remo

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The PokerStars.IT IPT Grand Final Season 3 started Thursdayday in the beautiful San Remo, Italy. It ended its first day with an Italian in the lead. Muhamet Perati finished Day 1A with 147,600 chips, followed by Polish player Jakub Michalak's 132,500. The average stack is 51,027 chips. A field of...more

Karasinsky wins IPT Nova Gorica for €140,000


The chatter in Italy yesterday was all about Carla Solinas and her monster lead heading into the final table of the Italian Poker Tour Nova Gorica event. Solinas had more than twice as many chips as second-placed Dubravko Bagic. As it turned out, Solinas finished runner-up, but not to Bagic....more

Solinas leads as IPT Nova Gorica final table set


The PokerStars Italian Poker Tour never fails to deliver, bringing big fields and plenty of excitement. The Nova Gorica event, which reaches a climax later today, proves the point once more. Leading the final eight is Carla Solinas, one of the emerging talents of Italian poker. When I say leading...more

Team PokerStars Pro Bonavena makes IPT final


We watched him win EPT Prague with inventive play and a bubbly personality that endeared him to the rail. Since that day in 2008, Salvatore Bonavena, the Team PokerStars Pro, has gone on to yet more success with live winnings totaling $2.2 million. Now he is poised for another big...more

Kovalchuk leads IPT San Remo


Former PokerStars Italian Poker Tour winner Olevksii Kovalchuk leads the field as IPT San Remo moves into Day 3. After 10 hours of play on Day 2, 37 players remained in the hunt for the €175,000 first prize. Kovalchuk, from Ukraine, won the recent Nova Gorica leg of the IPT,...more

Muhamet Perati leads IPT San Remo


While things were already in full swing at ESPT Madrid, PokerStars IPT San Remo opened its doors for another bumper crowd in the tour's sixth Season 3 event. 102 played Day 1A of the €2,000 tournament, including 16 PokerStars qualifiers. After eight levels, with blinds at 400-800 (ante 75), the...more

Danilo Donnini wins PokerStars IPT Campione


Italian player Danilo Donnini has won PokerStars IPT Campione for CHF 272,000. He beat a field of 482 players after finally seeing off his heads-up opponent Mikica Mitrovic, from Serbia, who picked up CHF 181,000 for his second-place finish. The final action saw a flop of 7♣6♦3♣ and Donnini move...more

PokerStars IPT Campione final table set


Today sees the final table of PokerStars IPT Campione, with eight players fighting it out to be crowned champion and handed the CHF 272,000 first prize. One woman has made it through the final, PokerStars qualifier Tania Scremin, who has featured strongly on each day of the tournament so far....more

Mikica Mitrovic leads charge to IPT Campione final table


It took just eight hours on Day 2 of PokerStars Italian Poker Tour Campione for the 177 survivors to fall to the 37 players who now move forward to today's Day 3. Mikica Mitrovic , from Italy, is the runaway chip leader with 1,340,000 chips, followed by Alessandro Fasolis with...more

Davide Scafati leads into Day 2 of IPT Campione


It was another great day of poker here in Campione d'Italia, back to the action of Day 1B and a further 315 players clocked in. Added to day 1A's field, that makes a total entry of 482 players. The bumper field at the Casino Campione means the event is looking...more

Sergio Castelluccio leads PokerStars IPT Campione


The latest leg of the successful PokerStars Italian Poker Tour got under way yesterday in the beautiful Campione d'Italia, surrounded by Lake Lugano. Sergio Castelluccio, with 217,500 chips, holds the Day 1A lead followed by Michele Caroli on 198,800. It was the fourth time that Castelluccio has ended the first...more

Oleksii Kovalchuk wins IPT Nova Gorica for €150,000


The PokerStars Italian Poker Tour continues to attract impressive fields, and this Nova Gorica event was loaded with talent that generated a very healthy €556,780 prize pool. After it was all said and done, Oleksii Kovalchuk from the Ukraine took down the title and banked the €150,000 first prize. Kovalchuk...more

IPT Nova Gorica: Final table set, Minakov leads


Eight players will today sit down at the final table for the Italian Poker Tour event in Nova Gorica. As has become customary for PokerStars IPT events, the first prize is substantial: €150,000 goes to the winner from a €556,780 prize pool. Day 3 finished late on Sunday, when 32...more

Luca Pagano takes IPT San Remo


He's one of the nicest guys in poker, one of its greatest businessmen, and now the winner of the San Remo stop of his native Italian Poker Tour. Today, Team PokerStars Pro Luca Pagano took down the event in San Remo for €210,000. Though Pagano has been a professional poker...more

IPT San Remo begins under the summer sun


PokerStars.IT IPT San Remo started today in the beautiful San Remo Casino. The weather is great here, the city is beautiful and the show must go on! It's the third stop in the third season of the Italian Poker Tour here in the city of flowers. One player who is...more

Domenico Cordi wins IPT Campione d'Italia


Italian player Domenico Cordi won CHF 230,000 (Swiss Francs) as he picked up the PokerStars IPT Campione d'Italia title. He beat a bumper field of 391 players to pocket the lion's share of the CHF 898,870 prize pool. Heads-up, Cordi faced Maurizio Musso from Italy, and Cordi won the event...more

IPT Campione d'Italia final table set


Each of them are already guaranteed CHF 18,000 (that's Swiss Francs), and eight players return today to chase the CHF 230,000 first prize at PokerStars Italian Poker Tour Campione d'Italia. With the final table beginning at 2pm local time, the men to beat are chip leader Domenico Cordi with 2,335,000...more

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