Estrellas Poker Tour (ESPT) - Season 6
The Estrellas Poker Tour (ESPT) is home to Spain’s biggest and richest poker events, and it’s back for an unmissable sixth season! Taking place throughout 2015 in the country’s top poker destinations, Season 6 will bring big-money poker to even more players than ever before.
More than €4M was shared among thousands of players in Season 5, and there will be tournaments for players of all levels this season, with each stop featuring a packed schedule and buy-ins ranging from €80 up to €1,100.
Prize packages to each ESPT Season 6 event will be up for grabs throughout the coming months. Win yours and make sure you join the action!
ESPT Season 6 Schedule
Keep checking back for more details on upcoming ESPT stops.
|ESPT Madrid||09-15/03/2015||Casino Gran Madrid||€1,000 + €100|
|ESPT Marbella||15-21/06/2015||Casino Marbella||€1,000 + €100|
|ESPT Barcelona||19-30/08/2015||Casino Barcelona||€1,000 + €100|
Season 6 Highlights
ESPT Marbella | 841 entries | €807,360 Prize Pool | 1st: Isidoro Barreña (€150,800)
Spanish players were the dominant force at the ESPT and UK and Ireland Poker Tour’s (UKIPT) record-breaking event in Marbella. A massive 841 players took part (a Marbella record), and of the eight players who fought their way to the final table, no less than five were from Spain. Isidoro Barreña would lead the home-grown charge, and after a gruelling four-hour heads-up battle with fellow countryman Jose Angel Latorre, Barreña would get his hands on the Marbella trophy and over €150,000 in richly-deserved prize money.
ESPT Madrid | 579 entries | €555,840 Prize Pool | 1st Nicki Vestergaard (€106,400)
Nicki Vestergaard’s tournament resumé featured no cashes and no wins coming into the opening ESPT event of Season 6. But after seeing off the challenge of 578 others, the young Dane’s first career cash of €106,400 is one he’ll never forget. On a final table dominated by home-grown talent, Vestergaard eventually defeated Spain’s Andrés Viñas heads-up to bank the lion’s share of the €555,840 prize pool.