The Final PokerStars EPT Stop for 2023 Gets Underway in Prague

PokerStars is wrapping up a hugely successful 2023 with the final EPT stop in Prague.

2023 was a big year for PokerStars, especially when it comes to live events. With the return of the NAPT, several hugely successful local tours, and its marquee European Poker Tour, the operator has seen tremendous success all over the globe, and now it’s time to wrap things up in style.

A couple of days ago, the final stop of the 2023 EPT schedule got underway in Prague, starting with several EUREKA tournaments. PokerStars has prepared 12 days of sizzling-hot poker action alongside numerous off-the-felt activities players can enjoy in the Prague capital during the festive season.

There are 65 events in total between EUREKA and EPT, with buy-ins starting as low as €250 and going as high as €10,300, so we can truly say that the schedule offers something for every pocket. And, as far as travel destinations go, Prague is one of the more affordable places in Europe, so costs outside of poker are quite acceptable.

The highlight of the festival, the €5300 EPT Prague Main Event will get underway on December 11. Last year, the event saw a turnout of 1,267 entries, becoming the largest ever in this stop’s history. However, with the popularity of live poker surging in 2023, it won’t be a surprise if we see a new record-breaking field this December.

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For those not able to join the live action, PokerStars will be running Mini EPT Prague Online on its online platform. There are over $400k in guarantees and $40k in added value in the mini-series, so there is plenty of reason to join and become a part of the Prague action from the comfort of your living room!

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