EPL London continues

  • This week European Poker Tour London continues. While Main Event is closing in to the Final Table, High Roller event is just getting started.

  • Only a few days remain in EPT Main Event but EPT High Roller with biggest names in the poker world has just begun. Also, Full Tilt Poker announced a new poker show.

    EPT London

    No big names remain in EPT Main Event. Only 14 players remain with David Yan leading. One player you definitely know, Gaelle Baumann, last woman standing in WSOP 2012 Main Event finished a day ago in 87th place – the first after the bubble.

    The biggest story of EPT Main Event is becoming Leo McClean that is still fighting for his tournament life with the Final Table just around the corner. Leo is a 24-year old player that satellited to EPT London for £90. And he already earned himself over £28.000 and a chance to come out the winner and collect over £500.000.

    Open a live stream at Pokerstars TV – it’s one of the best action-packed featured tables ever.

    However, High Roller event has just begun. Out of 159 entries, there are still names everyone in poker knows like Dan Shak, Erik Seidel, Phil Hellmuth, Johnathan Duhamel, EPT Barcelona winner Tom Middleton who also finished in the money in the Main Event.

    There is plenty of action left. Action no poker player can miss so follow all the action via live stream.

    FTP New TV Show

    FTP Poker pros Gus Hansen, Tom Dwan and Viktor Blom and Pokerstars pros like Eugene Katchalov will take up amateurs in a new Full Tilt Poker TV Show. Full Tilt Poker Pro Battle will invite biggest players from Russia, Ukraine, Baltic states and many players that play qualifiers on the site.

    There will be six legs in FTP Poker Pro Battle. The winner of each 6-seated leg will claim $12.000 while the second will have to be content with a prize twice that - $600. Top 2 players advance to the next stage where they will meet the others in two semi-finals and the Final to share $150.000.

    Andhere is the exciting news. The players that wins the Final will not only claim the crown, $35.000 but also a chance to play Gus Hansen Heads-up for an additional $100.000.