The Malta leg of the series promises to be an exceptional event - EPT 2015
By setting the spotlight straight to the great success of the Battle of Malta over the past three years, especially with its 1,447-player field during last years BOM Main Event, Malta is, admittedly, a must-see destination for poker enthusiasts in Europe. With such big opportunity to explore, the European Poker Tour has just included Malta as part of its 2015 schedule. While San Remo was erased from the agenda, the EPT Malta emerged with its schedule being announced in October. It would be the penultimate event prior to the highly anticipated Monte Carlo Grand Final in May. As a reminder, the EPT Malta poker tournament features 69 events to be heald from March 17 to 28. On the menu are Omaha, Razz, Stud, Stud Hi-Lo, Hold'em Crazy and Pineapple events, all available from 100 of entry-fee.
Kicking off the festivity is the 1,100 buy-in Italian Poker Tour Main Event, followed by a panel of enticing poker battles, including the 220 Women's Event, 220 Junior's Event (-21 years-old), 220 Senior's Event (+ 50 years-old), 1,100 Limit Razz Championship, 1,100 Limit Stud Championship, 2,200 IPT High Roller, 10,300 High Roller and the 25,500 Super High Roller. It will be closed by the highlight 5,300 buy-in EPT Main Event to take place from March 22. Of course, this 11-days event is expected to attract a truck load of participants at Portomaso Casino and Hilton Hotel in St Julians. Note that this poker festival will be marked by the holding of the "Global Poker Masters", and the European Poker Awards (March25). The list of contenders actually includes the USA, UK, Germany, Canada, Russia, Italy and Ukraine (March 21-22). Both events are organized by the Global Poker Index.
Wednesday, 18 March 2015
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