PokerStars European Poker Tour news – EPT Season 7 full schedul

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Apr 28, 2010 Posted in EPT News | No Comments »

It’s hard to believe that this August the European Poker Tour will kick of its 7th season with its first ever tournament in Tallinn Estonia. The upcoming season will once again end in Monte Carlo with the EPT Championship, which will follow two of the most popular stops on the tour, Berlin Germany, which made as much news over the daring robbery that took place as for its huge attendance numbers; and San Remo Italy, which seems to break its own European attendance records each year.

The full schedule for Season 7 of the European Poker Tour can be found below, with only the final two stops yet to have concrete dates set:

EPT Tallinn, Estonia –August 11-16, 2010
EPT Vilamoura, Portugal –August 28-September 2, 2010
EPT London, England –September 29-October 4, 2010
EPT Barcelona, Spain –November 22-27, 2010
EPT Prague, Czech Republic –December 13-18, 2010
PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, Bahamas –January 7-16, 2011
EPT Deauville, France –January 25-31, 2011
EPT Copenhagen, Denmark –February 17-22, 2011
EPT Snowfest, Austria –March 20-25, 2011
EPT Berlin, Germany –April 5-10, 2011:
EPT San Remo, Italy– Dates to be announced
EPT Grand Final Monte Carlo– Dates to be announced

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