European Poker Tour reveals Season 8 schedule

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Jun 12, 2011 Posted in EPT News | No Comments »

It’s hard to imagine that the PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) is entering its 8th Season, but this is in fact the case, and PokerStars unveiled the first half of the Season 8 schedule on their EPT homepage on Friday.

Once again the EPT will invade the major cities, and vacation hotspots, all around Europe, as well as their annual excursion to the Bahamas for the biggest tournament that doesn’t occur in Las Vegas, the PokerStars PCA.

For the second consecutive year the EPT will kick-off its tournament season in Estonia, with the EPT Tallinn tournament series, and then it’s on to Barcelona, London, San Remo, and Prague before heading to the warmer weather of the Bahamas in January, and then finally to Deauville, France. Here are the dates and buy-ins for the Main Event tournaments at the first seven stops on Season 8 of the EPT:

* EPT Tallinn — €4,000 + €250 Main Event, August 2 – 7

* EPT Barcelona — €5,000 + €300 Main Event, August 27 – September 1

* EPT London — £5,000 + £250 Main Event, September 30 – Oct. 5

* EPT San Remo — €4,600 + €300 Main Event, October 21 – 27

* EPT Prague — €5,000 + €300 Main Event, December 5 – 10

* 2012 PCA — $10,000 + $300 Main Event, January 5 – 14

* EPT Deauville – €5,000 + €300Main Event, January 31 – February 6

Stay tuned for the announcement of the second half of Season 8 of the EPT, which should be coming in the near future.

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