All you need to know about EUREKA Hamburg
The EUREKA Poker Tour, Europe’s premier regional tour with affordable buy-ins and big prizes, will return to Hamburg, Germany later this year.
Running from September 26 until October 3, 2023, this will be the first time the PokerStars tour has stopped in Hamburg since 2017 when it flew under the PokerStars Festival banner.
The event takes place at the Casino Schenefeld, just a short drive from Hamburg’s city centre. It’s the same location as the Road to PSPC event in September 2022 which proved very popular, attracting 877 entries for the €400 buy-in tournament.
EUREKA Hamburg is expected to be just as popular, with its €1,100 buy-in Main Event and €2,200 High Roller headlining the schedule, which will also include affordable side events.
Satellites for EUREKA Hamburg will start running on PokerStars soon, giving players ample opportunity to qualify and book their seats for cheap.
Plus, EUREKA Hamburg packages will be up for grabs.
The full EUREKA Hamburg schedule will be announced soon.
RECENT EUREKA EVENTS
The EUREKA Poker Tour has been on fire since returning in March 2022.
Here’s a breakdown of all recent events:
Dates: March 6-10, 2022
Winner: Alejandro “PapoMC” Lococo (PokerStars Team Pro) – €417,820
Dates: May 25-29, 2022
Winner: Giorgio Montebelli – €146,126
Dates: July 27-31, 2022
Winner: Adrian Sas – €77,430
Dates: December 8-12, 2022
Winner: Pieter Theelen – €496,760
Dates: March 16-20, 2023
Winner: Jörg Schneegass – €187,335
Belgian Poker Challenge (EUREKA event)
Dates: May 13-21, 2023
Winner: Omar Lakhdari – €206,000
POKERSTARS IN HAMBURG
The last PokerStars event to take place in Hamburg was the €400 buy-in Road to PSPC, an event which got 877 total entries and created a prize pool of €306,294. The winner received €57,009 and a Platinum Pass to the PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC) 2023 worth $30,000.
In 2017, the EUREKA Tour visited Hamburg under the PokerStars Festival banner. There, Urich Pauls defeated a 567-entry field to win €105,850, defeating Michal Lubas heads-up.
The last time the EUREKA Poker Tour banners were up in Hamburg was September 2016. Dinesh “NastyMinder” Alt was victorious in that one, earning €69,120 for besting the 367-entry field.Back to Top