Eureka Poker Tour Season 1 Results

Congratulations to all Season 1 Winners!

Season 1 of the Eureka Poker Tour has now finished. This first tour saw five events staged in some of Central and Eastern Europe’s coolest destinations, and hundreds of thousands of Euros were awarded in prize money. Every event saw packed-out tournament rooms with some of the region’s best players taking their shot at glory.

The stand-out performance of Season 1 came from Antonio Dieguez Rodriguez from Spain. At the first event in Prague he finished runner-up to the UK’s Keith Johnson, before going one better at the very next event in Nova Gorica. That win netted him €40,010 in prize money to add to his €37,000 for second in Prague. It also meant he locked up Eureka Leaderboard Player of Year, a stunning effort from one of European poker’s rising stars.

The third event in Golden Sands, Varna, was won by Israel’s Idan Greenberg, who led into the final stages and closed it out scooping €55,145 in first place money. In Zagreb the winner was Richard Bodisfrom Hungary, who collected the title and €47,298 in cash. The tour then wrapped up with Eureka Deepstack event held as part of EPT Prague, which was won by Geir Egholm of Norway, who took home €13,100 for first.

You can catch up on all the action from Season 1 of the Eureka Poker Tour by checking out the PokerStars Blog, where you’ll find results and tournament reports from the events.

Eureka Poker Tour Season 1 Results

EventDatePrize PoolWinner
Prague March 17-20 €231,290 Keith Johnson (€58,400)
Nova Gorica May 12-15 €149,410 Antonio Dieguez Rodriguez (€40,010)
Golden Sands, Varna June 23-26 €224,840 Idan Greenberg (€55,145)
Zagreb August 24-27 €180,566 Richard Bodis (€47,298)
Prague** December 5-10 €59,000 Geir Egholm (€13,100)

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