Victory in the EPT Barcelona Main Event ultimately went to German poker player Andre Lettau – but only after a marathon 15-hour grind at the final table.
Hossein Ensan leads the 8 remaining players in the EPT Barcelona Main Event after busting Bram Haenraets – the player everybody wanted to win the tournament.
At the end of Day 4, two big stacks lead the surviving 25 players towards the EPT Barcelona Main Event Final Table – those of Bram Haenraets and Piotr Sowinski.
Local player Dave Collins won the Newcastle leg of the BoylePoker International Poker Open after starting the final table as the shortest stacked player.
102 players – from an entry of 1,496 players – survived a crazy third day of action to carry chip stacks forward into Day 4 of the EPT Barcelona Main Event.
Argentinean poker player Matthias Ruzzi won the ESPT Barcelona Main Event in little over six hours after starting the final day of action in eighth place.
Nir Levy bet his way to the top of the chip counts before the close of play to lead the final table of the Estrellas Poker Tour Main Event in Barcelona.
Olivier Busquet and Daniel Colman played out an exciting climax to the EPT Barcelona Super High Rollers even after a split of the prize money had been agreed.
Morten Klein recovered from being one of the shorter-stack players returning for Day 2 of the EPT Super High Rollers to be the chip leader at the final table.
Californian poker player Ryan Fee leads a talented field in the opening event of EPT100 – the €50,000 buy-in Barcelona European Poker Tour Super High Rollers.
Ryan Foster admitted to picking up some nice spots as he picked up the GukPT trophy and winner´s cheque for £62,120 at the end of the record-breaking Goliath.
With half of the six opening flights now completed, the GukPT Goliath is in a good position to set a new record for the largest non-US live poker tournament.