1,579 | Pius Heinz returns to the winner’s circle

Pius Heinz won the World Series of Poker Main Event in November of 2011. Late last week, Heinz won a preliminary event at the Eurekea Poker Tour Festival in Rozvadov, Czech Republic … his first win on the live tournament circuit since the Main Event win. The 2011 WSOP Champ went 1,579 days in between wins. Fab Five Four | Eureka! Rozvadov Super High Roller 1. Pius Heinz (GER) €44,814 2. Martin Kabrhel (CZE) €29,876 3….

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921,540 | Big money awaits winner of EPT Prague

We will know the name of the final EPT winner of 2015 on Wednesday as the Main Event will close out the EPT Prague Festival. Azerbaijan pro Ilkin Amirov, ranked #1 in the country’s National rankings, will carry the chip lead into final table play on Wednesday. German Thomas Butzhammer and Bulgaria’s Slaven Popov are two more notables playing it out for the massive €921,540 first place prize. The winner will replace American Stephen Graner…

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1,893 | Eureka! Prague packs ’em in

Balazs Botond needed to weed his way through a record 1,738-player field in order to win the Eureka! Main Event twelve months ago in Prague … This year’s winner? Well he or she will need to survive the charge of an extra 155 runners as a grand total of 1,893 players were in contention in this edition of the Eureka! Prague Main Event that kicked off over the weekend. Fab Five | Largest Fields in Eureka! History…

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