Will ISPT Team have the biggest addition?

  • Poker world never stops or even slows down. The pace is mind-blowing. Last week Partouche Poker Tour have caused lots of controversy over their prizepool that was first €5 Million guaranteed and after it was downgraded to just over €4 Million. Patrick Par

  • There is a lot in poker going on every hour. Partouche Poker Tour CEO Patrick Partouche have finished the controversy over their guaranteed prizepool. One player that we saw there Patrick Antonius who seems to be signed by International Stadiums Poker Tour. Other news include big wins in World Championship of Poker by Daniel Negreanu and Vanessa Rousso.

    Partouche Poker Tour €5 million Guaranteed controversy

    A few days before Patrick Partouche has come forward to clear the name of the Partouche Poker Tour over the communication faults between the Media and Groupe Partouche. The PPT Main Event started as €5 million Guaranteed but as Patrick Partouche claimed it was a misinterpretation of his words he had said after PPT 2011 had been over.

    The fuss is all over now as Patrick Partouche guaranteed the prizepool will concise of €5 million. Although, many of the poker stars came along to Cannes to play at this tournament, EPT Barcelona 2012 winner Dan Smith continues his good run. Among those that had to leave early we find Michael Mizrachi that did not advance to Day 4 of the Main Event.

    ISPT Team is expanding

    As you know, Michael 'The Grinder' Mizrachi was the first one to be signed by the upcoming International Stadiums Poker Tour. Ito be ambassadors of the tournament organizers also invited Sam Trickett and Liz Lieu. But we may see a huge addition to the team.

    Ex-FPT pro Patrick Antonius was noticed at Partouche Poker Tour wearing thew ISPT logo. It may not confirm any news yet but it is a certain indication that the one of the biggest names in the whole poker industry may be joining the team.

    Patrick Antonius, Liz Lieu and chief executive of the ISPT Prosper Masquelier:

    ISPT is expected to become the biggest tournament ever held with €20 million in the prizepool and €600 buy-in. The first event is set for 31 May, 2013 at Wembley Stadium, London.

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