UK & Ireland Poker Tour Season 5 Information
UKIPT Satellites - Qualify Now
Satellites for the next UKIPT event are running now, giving you the chance to win a prize package that includes tournament buy-in, hotel accommodation and money for expenses. To register, open the PokerStars lobby, click ‘Live Events’ & ‘Europe’.
The UK & Ireland Poker Tour (UKIPT) is back for Season 5, bringing the best in live poker to a city near you. This is the region’s biggest tournament series, and you can qualify now exclusively at PokerStars. Win a prize package and you’ll have everything you need to join the action. The schedule visits all four corners of the region, which means there’s an event for everyone.
Building on the huge success of the previous seasons, Season 5 kicks-off in London at PokerStars Live at The Hippodrome, with further stops to be announced soon.
You’ll also be playing for Leader Board points, with prizes awarded to the top players at the end of the season. Go to the UKIPT Leader Board page to find out more. For more details on all of the stops on the tour, tournament rules and regulations, and much more, check out the official UKIPT website.
Season 5 Schedule
The following information is subject to change.
All of the stops taking place during 2014 of UKIPT Season 4 have now been announced.
|LONDON, England||PokerStars Live at the Hippodrome||£700 + 70*||January 20-25, 2015|
|NOTTINGHAM, England||Dusk Till Dawn Poker Club||£1,000 + 100*||April 12-20, 2015|
|MARBELLA, Spain||Casino Marbella||€1,000 + 100*||June 11-21, 2015|
* 3% of tournament prize-pool will be withheld to cover the costs of floor staff and dealers.
** 4% of tournament prize-pool will be withheld to cover the costs of floor staff and dealers.
The UKIPT reserves the right to cancel or alter details of listed events at its discretion.
Season 5 Highlights
London | 742 Players | £503,818 Prize Pool | 1st Rapinder Cheema (£78,825)
The first UKIPT event of the season saw 742 players arrive in England’s capital for a shot at the trophy and more than £500,000 in prize money. Despite plenty of familiar faces and proven winners, it was Rapinder Cheema who finished on top, winning his first-ever poker tournament (live or online) for close to £80,000. The father-of-one saw off the challenge of PokerStars Qualifier, Fernando Marin, heads-up after the duo had earlier agreed to a deal.