See below for results and coverage for all 43 scheduled poker tournaments that take place at EPT Sanremo. The main results table lists all event winners and total prize pools, and you can click the event name and get full results.
Player Lists, Gallery Photos, Payout, Side Events and Final Table for the Main Event, Super High Roller and High Roller tournaments are also available.
€200 + €20
|5||NL Turbo Unl. RB/AO
€200 + €20
€200 + €20
|8||PLO "8 Handed"
€200 + €20
|9||IPT Second Chance
€300 + €30
|12||IPT High Roller
€300 + €30
The table below features the latest chip counts updated live from the event.
|1||Alessandro de Fenza||105,600|
|2||Marcello Miniucchi||PokerStars player||95,600|
|3||Jae Kyung Sim||PokerStars player||75,000|
|7||Alessandro Borsa||PokerStars player||18,300|
|8||Fabio Scepi||PokerStars player||13,000|
|9||Niccolo Ceccarelli||PokerStars player||10,126|
|10||Franco Berlingieri||PokerStars player||8,480|
|11||Ludovic Geilich||PokerStars player||8,480|
|12||Andreas Moser||PokerStars player||7,620|
|13||Caglar Bayindir||PokerStars player||7,620|
|14||Marcello Baccaglini||PokerStars qualifier||6,840|
|16||Francesco Delli Gatti||PokerStars qualifier||6,070|
|17||Luca Stevanato||PokerStars player||6,070|
|18||Aleksandr Denisov||PokerStars player||5,300|
|19||Alessandro De Iaco||PokerStars player||5,300|
|22||Pratik Ghatge||PokerStars player||4,550|
|27||Benjamin Yu||PokerStars player||3,815|
|31||Adrian Piasecki||PokerStars player||3,220|
|35||Alfonso D'Ambrosa||PokerStars qualifier||2,800|
|37||Antonio Lafosse Fernandez||2,800|
|38||Alessandro Di Persio||2,800|
|44||Jakub Michalak||PokerStars player||2,380|
|50||Giovanni Raffa||Live Satellite winner||2,380|
|53||Antonio Bernaudo||PokerStars player||2,380|
|55||Krzysztof Dulowski||PokerStars player||2,380|
|56||Artur Koren||PokerStars player||1,980|
|57||Matas Cimbolas||PokerStars player||1,980|
|61||Jorge Ribeiro||PokerStars player||1,980|
|62||Matteo Di Persio||PokerStars player||1,980|
|63||Vizsnyiczai Zsolt||PokerStars qualifier||1,980|
|65||Marcos Paneque Mateos||PokerStars player||1,980|
|70||Vincenzo D'Amato||Live Satellite winner||1,980|
|71||Kirill Shugai||PokerStars player||1,980|
|72||Nicolai Henschel||PokerStars qualifier||1,500|
|73||Alexander Dovzhenko||PokerStars player||1,500|
|74||Dmitry Vitkind||PokerStars player||1,500|
|87||Michele di Lauro||1,500|
|89||Marino Di Gennaro||1,500|
|98||alan peter baikie||1,500|
|122||Rafael Da Costa||1,345|
|124||Carl Robert Lundh||1,345|
|126||Ricardo Guida Furuguem||1,345|
|131||Margarita Gonzales Dominguez||1,345|
|135||Alex Kravchenko||Team PokerStars Pro||1,345|
|150||Marcin Horecki||Team PokerStars Pro||1,220|
|152||Maurizio Della Sala||1,220|
Alexander Norden, 24, Stockhom, 1,955,000 chips
Alex is one of a 37-strong group of Swedes from the Krukan cardroom in Stockhom who have come to compete in Sanremo. In 2012, Norden won the Swedish Championship in Malta for $41,468 and is a well-respected player back home. He won his seat to the IPT Sanremo Main Event in the Sunday night Home Game that Krukan's regulars play on PokerStars. Norden is also a whist player, often partnering up with PokerStars Swedish blogger Lina Olofsson who said: "Alex is a really tough cookie at the tables and a great tournament player. He was suffering from food poisoning when he won the Swedish Championship and was really ill, but still managed to win."
Marcello "cavendramin" Miniucchi, 37, Pesaro, Italy, 4,540,000
Miniucchi is having a great start to 2014. In January, he was runner-up at the IPT Saint Vincent event for EURO 72,500 and he's now on the final table of the IPT Main Event and guaranteed at least EURO 13,000. The 37-year-old from Pesaro, who has been playing poker for some four years, also has some other good results including 48th place in last year's $10k PCA Main Event for $32,000 and 44th in the EPT Prague Main Event in December for EURO 15,600. Miniucchi specialises in Omaha cash games but he's also thriving in live tournaments with winnings now totalling nearly $200,000. He not only qualified for the IPT Main Event (in a EURO 100 satellite on PokerStars.it), but he has also won his seat for the EPT Sanremo Main Event and is scheduled to play Day 1b.
Adel Kabbani, 35, Paris, France, 2,020,000
This is entrepreneur Adel Kabbani's first ever live cash; he's been playing for three years but normally plays online. The 35-year-old Parisian won two live satellites here at Casino Sanremo to take part in the IPT Main Event. He mainly plays NL tourneys and, given how well he's fared in the IPT, he's now planning to play the EPT as well. If he wins the Main Event, he would donate his winnings to charity. He secured a spot at this IPT Sanremo via a live satellites here at the Casino Municipale. His biggest dream is to have a happy life and win the EPT.
Alessandro Longobardi, 33, Naples, Italy, 2,200,000
Longobardi has been playing poker more than 13 years and is currently ranked #20 in the Italy all time money list. He has a string of liveresults going back seven years and totalling more than $900,000. His bestlive result was runner-up at WPT Venice in 2012 and he also won another major event in Prague for EURO 100,000. He plays online on PokerStars with the UserID "alexlongob". He has cashed in five EPT Main Events and six IPT Main Events including 16th at EPT Barcelona, 32nd at IPT Nova Gorica 2010, 28th at IPT Sanremo 2010 and 23rd at EPT Barcelona 2008. He also won "La Notte del Poker" in 2008 for a EURO 70,000 prize. His favourite poker games are Texas Hold'em and Razz. His favourite player is Phil Ivey. His biggest dream is to win a bracelet at the WSOP.
Jae Kyung Sim, 47, South Korea, 1,980,000 chips
APPT Cebu champion Jae Sim is currently ranked #4 in the South Korea All Time Money List and has lifetime tournament winnings of nearly $300,000. He is a regular on the PokerStars Asia Pacific Poker Tour where he has cashed five Main Events in the last three years. He defeated a 158-strong field to take down APPT Cebu last May for the equivalent of $95,487, only a year after finishing the same event in eighth place. He has also cashed at the Aussie Millions, APPT Seoul and APPT Manila. This is not only his first ever IPT, it's also his first ever cash in Europe.
Niccolo' Ceccarelli, 22, Riccione, Italy, 2,260,000 chips
Ceccarelli has already won an event here at the EPT Sanremo Poker Festival when he beat a 75-strong field to take down the EURO 200 NL Turbo (Unl. RB/AO) for EURO 8,620 The 22-year-old professional player from Riccione (Italy) plays on PokerStars.it with the UserID "challengerGX". His best result today was runner-up at IPT Nova Gorica in January for EURO 69,500. He also won a EURO 300 NL Turbo at the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo(R)Casino EPT Grand Final last season for EURO 13,300 and came third in the IPT Nova Gorica High Roller last year for EURO 6,000. Ceccarelli has also had notable success online, with two SCOOP titles to his name.
Alessandro De Fenza, 23, Milano, Italy. 2,260,000 chips
Alessandro is an Italian player who plays on PokerStars.it with the UserID “aletilter”. He’s been playing poker for 4 years with excellent results including a fourth place at the Mini IPT Campione in 2012. He’s planning to use his next winnings to increase his poker bankroll. Alessandro has been a Supernova Elite on PokerStars.it three years in a row. His favourite game is Heads Up Cash Game.His style is relaxed and maniac. His biggest dream is to win an EPT.
Alessandro Borsa, 23, Milano, Italy. 820,000 chips
Alessandro is a 23 years old player from Italy who plays on PokerStars.it with the UserID “90giuda90”. He’s been playing poker since 2010 and he is one of the most popular young players in Italy. He is planning to spend his next winnings to increase his poker bankroll and to go on holidays. His favourite poker game is Texas Hold’em MTT. His biggest dream is to increase his poker bankroll enough to play all EPT Season 11.
Fabio Scepi, 58, Italy, 2,750,000 chips.
Fabio is a 58 years old player from Italy who’s been playing poker for 5 years with excellent results including the following winnings: 60,000 Euro at the “Notte del Poker”, Euro 30,000 at the IPT Side event in Venice in 2010, a 10th place at the IPT Nova Gorica for a prize of 10,000 Euro. He is planning to spend his next winnings to take care of his family, go on holidays and increase his poker bankroll. His favourite game is Texas Hold’em. His favourite player is Daniel Negreanu. His style is relaxed.
€300 + €30
|15||PLO Double Chance
€250 + €25
€900 + €90
|19||Open Face Chinese
€900 + €90
|22||€2k NL Turbo - "8 Handed"
€2,000 + €150
€2,000 + €200
|26||NLH Single Re-Entry
|27||5 Single Draw Hi
|28||NL Turbo Win The Button
|31||PLO Single Re-Entry
|32||Limit 2-7 Triple Draw
|37||PL 7 Stud Deep Turbo
|39||8 Handed Grand Final Hybrid
|1||Victoria Coren Mitchell||Team PokerStars Pro||476,100|
|3||Jordan Westmorland||PokerStars qualifier||213,850|
|6||Bruno Stefanelli||Live satellite winner||102,700|
|7||Andrija Martic||PokerStars player||76,650|
|9||Jorma Nuutinen||PokerStars qualifier||41,930|
|10||Raul Mestre||PokerStars player||34,480|
|11||Lukas Berglund||PokerStars qualifier||34,480|
|13||Stephen Chidwick||PokerStars player||29,275|
|14||Alex Kravchenko||Team PokerStars Pro||25,550|
|15||Jeffrey Hakim||PokerStars qualifier||25,550|
|16||Vincenzo Scarcella||Live Satellite winner||22,575|
|19||Rocco Palumbo||PokerStars player||20,100|
|22||Shyam Srinivasan||PokerStars qualifier||17,620|
|23||Denis Pisarev||PokerStars player||17,620|
|24||Louis Salter||Live Satellite winner||15,130|
|25||Dinesh Alt||PokerStars qualifier||15,130|
|26||Michael Tureniec||PokerStars qualifier||15,130|
|27||Olivier Busquet||PokerStars player||15,130|
|28||Miguel Gurrea Monton||13,150|
|30||Pedro Pellicer||PokerStars qualifier||13,150|
|31||Zachary Korik||PokerStars qualifier||13,150|
|32||Pawel Brzeski||PokerStars qualifier||11,660|
|33||Xia Lin||PokerStars qualifier||11,660|
|35||Piotr Shautsou||PokerStars player||11,660|
|36||Oleg Cazac||PokerStars player||11,660|
|37||Andrey Lobzhanidze||Live Satellite winner||11,660|
|38||Dimitar Danchev||PokerStars player||11,660|
|42||Tom Alner||PokerStars player||10,170|
|46||Dominik Nitsche||PokerStars player||10,170|
|48||Alex Bilokur||PokerStars qualifier||10,170|
|49||Mitch Johnson||PokerStars player||10,170|
|52||Valeri Savov||Live Satellite winner||10,170|
|53||Alessio Sardone||PokerStars qualifier||10,170|
|55||Thiago Crema De Macedo||10,170|
|58||Rafael Da Silva Morales||PokerStars player||9,180|
|59||Matas Cimbolas||PokerStars qualifier||9,180|
|60||Mathew Frankland||PokerStars qualifier||9,180|
|61||Johnny Lodden||Team PokerStars Pro||9,180|
|64||Roberto Romanello||PokerStars qualifier||9,180|
|65||Alberto Musini||PokerStars qualifier||9,180|
|69||Eldar Moldobek Uulu||9,180|
|70||Rytis Praninskas||Live satellite winner||9,180|
|72||Bernardo Dias||PokerStars player||8,434|
|73||Victor Ramdin||Team PokerStars Pro||8,434|
|74||Dzmitry Urbanovich||PokerStars player||8,434|
|76||Mario Sanchez Cano||8,434|
|77||Jan Sjavik||PokerStars player||8,434|
|79||Jorge Ribeiro||PokerStars player||8,434|
Seat 1: Jordan Westmorland, 23, Seattle, USA (living in Gold Coast, Australia) - PokerStars qualifier - 3,330,000 chips
Having been displaced from his native United States after Black Friday, Jordan "JWPRODIGY" Westmorland moved to Thailand and then to the Gold Coast in Australia to continue playing online. It's been a profitable few years for Westmorland, who complemented his online play with regular visits to events in Macau, as well as tournaments on the APPT, ANZPT and WSOP APAC. But his live tournament cashes of $165,000 are dwarfed by his online results, now totalling close to $2m, including a triumph in the PokerStars Super Tuesday last August. Despite his globetrotting, this is his first visit to the EPT -- and it's been a breeze. He has been chip-leader for the past two days and takes a commanding stack to the final. Whatever happens, however, he won't be able to extend the trip to Europe as he is due back in Australia for back-to-back weddings of close friends on the next two Saturdays. He won his trip to Sanremo in a PokerStars €530 qualifier.
Seat 2: Giacomo Fundaro, 27, Italy – 3,100,000 chips
Giacomo is a an Italian pro who’s been playing poker for nearly six years, with numerous big cashes amounting in total to more than $650,000 in lifetime tournament winnings. He was the 2012 WPT El Jadida champion for $166,704, and runner-up the following year at WPT St.Maarten, when he cashed for $100,000. He has finished in the money in five IPTs including fifth in San Marino in 2010 for $37,000. His best EPT result before now was 27th at EPT8 Sanremo for €16,000. During today, Fundaro noticed that every time he took a sip of his Coke or Fanta, he won the next showdown - so he plans to continue the “strategy” at tomorrow’s final.
Seat 3: Emmanuel Pariset, 34, France - 1,940,000 chips
Emmanuel Pariset, a recreational player who is the manager of a business consultancy, began playing poker online in 2006 and soon after qualified for a small tournament in Edinburgh -- at which point he immediately told his friends that he would become the World Champion by the age of 35. Despite the seemingly impossible ambition, and a couple of years out of poker, Pariset has applied himself to the game again recently and is assured the biggest win of his career (at least €53,100) for reaching the final table in Sanremo. It now gives him the bankroll to go to Las Vegas this summer and complete his journey to the top of the world. Typically Pariset is a cash game player -- he is a regular at the Aviation Club in Paris -- and he has been rewarded for his patience in this tournament. He was a short stack approaching the bubble, at which point he told the media that he was still confident of reaching the final, and has kept his promise after two days of tenacious grinding and a couple of big hands.
Seat 4: Bruno “falchetto777” Stefanelli, 47, Scorrano, Italy – Live satellite winner - 1,335,000 chips
Stefanelli started playing poker in 1998 and was a Full Tilt Pro in 2007. The 47-year-old came to Sanremo with his friends Alessandro De Iaco and Gaetano Preite who’ve both had a fruitful time here. De Iaco, who won the Sunday Special High Roller last Sunday for €50,625, cashed in the IPT Sanremo Main Event and Preite was the IPT High Roller champion for €77,800. After Sanremo, all three will head to Monaco for the last stop of EPT Season 10. Bruno, a keen hunter and fisherman, has lifetime tournament winnings of nearly $340,000, his best live cash before now being $65,670. Here in Sanremo, he’s guaranteed at least €53,100.
Seat 5: Andreas Goeller, 31, South Tyrol, Italy - 2,320,000 chips
Although Goeller has a Teutonic-sounding name and speaks German, he’s actually from the South Tyrol region in the Alps. He only has one recorded live cash to his name: winning a €270 satellite at the Torneo de Poker Nova Gorica 2010 for €2,200. Goeller, a CEO in an insurance company, competed at both EPT Berlin and Madrid but this is his first cash. He's been playing poker for three-four years but only as a hobby. His girlfriend also played the main event but busted early and has been loyally railing him every since.
Seat 6: Andrea Benelli, 32, Prato, Tuscany, Italy - 2,085,000 chips
Andrea Benelli was one of the first Italians to make an impact on the European Poker Tour when he made the final of EPT Deauville in Season 5. That appearance was actually the third of four consecutive Main Event cashes, kicking off in London, then Warsaw, Deauville and finally Copenhagen (for a total of almost €300,000).He then followed it up with a deep run in an EPT Dortmund €2k side event a month later. He heads into the final fourth in chips with 2,05,000. He has already cashed twice in Sanremo earlier this month, in the IPT High Roller and in the IPT Main Event, and is now guaranteed at least €53,100 in the Main Event, a sum which will take him comfortably over the $1 million mark in live tournament winnings. His results include victory in the IPT Pro League in 2010, for a €72,000 prize. His favourite player is Phil Ivey and his favourite game is cash games.
Seat 7: Vicky Coren, 40, London, UK – Team PokerStars Pro - 910,000 chips
When Vicky Coren won EPT London in 2006, she was already well-known to poker fans for her appearances on the mould-breaking Late Night Poker show on Channel 4. She became the EPT’s first female EPT champion on home turf – at her local casino “The Vic” in the heart of London – for a massive £500.000 payday. However for many in the UK, she was (and still is) better known as a writer, TV presenter and journalist. The multi-talented Coren – who married British comedian David Mitchell last summer – has a huge fan base (250,000 twitter followers) and is now aspiring to make history as the EPT’s first ever double champion. Her last big result before today was also in London when she finished sixth in the EPT8 London High Roller for £67,130; this season she was 20th in the same event. She also won the EPT8 Grand Final €5k Heads-Up tourney in 2012 for €58,900. Her live tournament winnings are now close to $1.8 million.
Seat 8: Andrija Martic, 25, Slavonski Brod Croatia – PokerStars player – 1,660,000 chips
Andrija Martic is a 25-year-old professional poker player who battles online at PokerStars under the name “cynicalfish”. Martic, who usually focuses on six-max sit-and-gos (buy-ins of $60+), might be best known for winning a Turbo Championship of Online Poker (TCOOP) title last year for $96,931.62, but has also final tabled the Sunday Million and won a Sunday $109 rebuy.
Tomorrow will be the first time he’s missed the big Sunday tournaments in two years, but he’s got good reason to skip them.“When I was second of 39 (players remaining) with a big chip lead I knew it wasn’t impossible to make the final table,” said Martic. As a player who’s reached Supernova status focusing on sit-and-gos, Martic is a very real threat and is certainly in with a shout to become the first-ever Croatian EPT champion. His live results total $10,294 and include a cash in last season’s EPT Berlin Cup.
|8||Imed Ben Mahmoud||36,550|
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By air: The closest commercial airport to Sanremo is in Nice, France. There are direct flights to Aéroport Nice Côte d'Azur (Nice Airport) from most European capitals, as well as other cities around the world. This includes flights with budget airlines such as easyJet.
By train: Connections are available to and from key cities in France.
From airport to city centre by taxi: Nice Airport is approximately 65km from Sanremo. A taxi should take around 55 minutes.
Transfers from Nice to Sanremo
Transfers available for players travelling from Nice to Sanremo:
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Transfers from San Remo to Monte Carlo
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Player can buy into tournaments in one of four ways:
Onsite registration is open from two hours before main events and one hour before side events.
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We strongly recommend us ing registration methods which avoid the need for cash (PokerStars* account, wire for deposit, wire for direct registration, credit cards, travel cheques) to streamline the registration process. Players who wish to use cash to buy into events will be subject to Italian Financial Regulations and additional paperwork will be required. We will have extra personnel on-hand to facilitate this process.
For cash buy-ins of up to €999, players can use cash at the casino cage. However, for buy-ins of €1,000+, players who want to buy-in with cash will be subject to Italian Financial Regulations and need to visit a bank.
Players should also consider changing cash for casino chips at the cage during the days before the events you want to buy into.
To make cash buy-ins as easy as possible, the casino has set up special arrangements with Banco Regionale Europea, 60, Via Roma. It is easy to get to and only about a 400m walk from the casino. There will be dedicated cashiers handling EPT transactions at the bank, and we will also have lots of event staff on hand to help, as well as free transport. Players only need to visit once, so long as they deposit enough to cover all their buy-ins during the Festival.
PLEASE NOTE: the bank is only open from 09:00 to 16:00 Monday- Friday, so you MUST visit during these hours to deposit funds. Please speak to a member of Event Staff if you need further guidance when in Sanremo.
When making your bank deposit, you will need to give your full name, date of birth and home address. The bank will then wire the deposit money direct to the casino and give you a receipt enabling you to get casino chips and/or complete your buy-in(s).
A currency exchange desk is open on the ground floor of Casino Sanremo (slot machine floor) from 10:00 every day. At this desk you can exchange US Dollar (USD), English Pound (GBP), Danish Corona (DKK), Swiss Franc (CHF) and Japanese Yen (JPY) for Euros. Owing to Italian financial regulations, you can only exchange €995 per transaction.
You can exchange currency for casino chips on the first floor of the Casino Sanremo (the tournament floor). However the casino chips exchange desk doesn’t open until 15:00 each day so please ensure you exchange currency for chips in advance if you’re planning to play an event that starts earlier than this. Owing to Italian financial regulations you can only exchange €995 per transaction.
Please find attached the schedule in pdf
|Cash Games Available||Various|
|April 9 - Wednesday|
|12:00||1A||IPT - Main Event - Accumulator - Day 1A*||€700 + €70|
|20:00||2||NL - Super Satellite to IPT Main Event Day 1B/1C||€150 + €20|
|21:30||3||NL - Turbo*||€200 + €20|
|April 10 - Thursday|
|12:00||1B||IPT - Main Event - Accumulator - Day 1B*||€700 + €70|
|20:00||4||NL - Super Satellite to IPT Main Event Day 1C - TEN SEATS GUARANTEED||€150 + €20|
|21:30||5||NL - Turbo - Unlimited Rebuy and Addon (€100 RB/AO)*||€200 + €20|
|April 11 - Friday|
|12:00||1C||IPT - Main Event - Accumulator - Day 1C*||€700 + €70|
|19:00||6||NL - Turbo*||€200 + €20|
|21:00||7||NL - One Rebuy and One Addon Super Satellite to EPT Main Event||€500 + €50|
|April 12 - Saturday|
|12:00||1||IPT - Main Event - Accumulator - Day 2*||CLOSED|
|14:00||8||PLO - "8 Handed" - Day 1||€4,600 + €300|
|16:00||9||NL - IPT Second Chance - Day 1*||€300 + €30|
|20:00||10||NL - One Rebuy and One Addon Super Satellite to EPT Main Event||€500 + €50|
|22:00||11||NL - Turbo Super Satellite to IPT High Roller (Event #12)||€230 + €20|
|April 13 - Sunday|
|12:00||1||IPT - Main Event - Accumulator - Day 3*||CLOSED|
|12:00||8||PLO - "8 Handed" - Final Day||CLOSED|
|12:00||9||NL - IPT Second Chance - Final Day*||CLOSED|
|12:00||12||NL - IPT High Roller - Day 1*||€2,000 + €200|
|13:00||13||NL - Hold’em - Women's Event||€300 + €30|
|16:00||14||NL - Unlimited Rebuy + Addon Super Sat to EPT Main Event||€200 + €20|
|18:00||15||PLO -Double Chance - Day 1*||€250 + €25|
|20:00||16||NL - One Rebuy and One Addon Super Satellite to EPT Main Event||€500 + €50|
|21:00||EPT10 Player's Party||Invitation|
|22:00||17||NL - Turbo||€900 + €90|
|April 14 - Monday|
|12:00||18A||EPT Main Event - Day 1A||€4,600 + €300|
|12:30||1||IPT - Main Event - Accumulator - Final Table*||CLOSED|
|12:30||12||NL - IPT High Roller - Final Day*||CLOSED|
|12:30||15||PLO -Double Chance - Final Day*||CLOSED|
|13:00||19||Chinese - Open Face - Unlimited Re-Entry - 30 Minute Levels||€900 + €90|
|19:00||20||NL - One Rebuy/One Add on Super Satellite to EPT Main Day 1B||€500 + €50|
|22:00||21||NL - Last Chance Turbo Super Satellite to EPT Main Day 1B||€900 + €50|
|April 15 - Tuesday|
|12:00||18B||EPT Main Event - Day 1B||€4,600 + €300|
|21:00||22||NL - Turbo - "8 Handed"||€2,000 + €150|
|April 16 - Wednesday|
|12:00||18||EPT Main Event - Day 2||CLOSED|
|16:00||23||NL - Hold’em - Day 1||€2,000 + €200|
|20:00||24||PLO - Turbo||€500 + €50|
|21:30||25||NL - Turbo||€300 + €30|
|April 17 - Thursday|
|12:00||18||EPT Main Event - Day 3||CLOSED|
|12:00||23||NL - Hold’em - Final Day||CLOSED|
|12:00||26A||NL Hold’em - Single Re-Entry - Flight 1A - 40 Min Levels||€900 + €90|
|15:00||27||EPT - NL Five Card Single Draw High - Championships - 30,000 Stack - 30 Minute Levels - "6 Handed"||€900 + €90|
|19:00||26B||NL - Hold’em - Single Re-Entry - Flight 1B - 40 Min Levels||€900 + €90|
|20:00||28||NL - Turbo - Win the Button!||€300 + €30|
|21:00||29||NL - One Rebuy and One Addon Super Satellite to EPT High Roller (Event #30)||€500 + €50|
|April 18 - Friday|
|12:00||18||EPT Main Event - Day 4||CLOSED|
|12:00||26||NL - Hold’em - Single Re-Entry - Final Day||CLOSED|
|12:00||30||NL - Hold’em - High Roller - Single Re-Entry - "8 Handed" - Day 1||€10,000 + €300|
|13:00||31A||PLO - Single Re-Entry - "8 Handed" - Flight 1A - 40 Min Levels||€900 + €90|
|15:00||32||EPT - Limit 2 - 7 Triple Draw - Championships - 30,000 Stack - 30 Minute Levels - "6 Handed"||€900 + €90|
|18:00||33||NL - Turbo Bounty||€1,000 + €1,000 + €150|
|20:00||31B||PLO - Single Re-Entry - "8 Handed" - Flight 1B - 40 Min Levels||€900 + €90|
|22:00||34||NL - Deepstack Turbo - "Deuces Wild"||€200 + €20|
|April 19 - Saturday|
|12:00||18||EPT Main Event - Day 5||CLOSED|
|12:00||30||NL - Hold’em - High Roller - Single Re-Entry - "8 handed" - Day 2||€10,000 + €300|
|12:00||35||NL - Hold’em - Deepstack||€500 + €50|
|13:00||31||PLO - Single Re-Entry - Final Day||CLOSED|
|14:00||36||NL - Hold’em - Deepstack - "8 Handed" - Day 1||€2,000 + €200|
|17:00||37||PL - 7 Stud - Deepstack Turbo||€200 + €20|
|20:00||38||NL - Easter EggstraStack! - Day 1||€200 + €20|
|21:00||39||NL - Turbo - "8 Handed" - Grand Final Hybrid - 50% of prize pool is EPT Grand Final Main Event Seats!||€2,000 + €150|
|April 20 - Sunday|
|12:00||18||EPT Main Event Day 6 - Final Table||CLOSED|
|12:00||30||NL - Hold’em - High Roller - Single Re-Entry - "8 handed" - Final Day||CLOSED|
|12:00||36||NL - Hold’em - Deepstack - "8 Handed" - 30 Minute Levels - Final Day||CLOSED|
|12:00||38||NL - Easter EggstraStack! - Final Day||CLOSED|
|12:00||40||NL - Turbo - "6 Handed"||€4,600 + €300|
|13:00||41||NL - Deepstack Turbo - 30K Stack / 15 Min levels||€300 + €30|
|16:00||42||NL - Turbo - "6 Handed"||€2,000 + €150|
|17:00||43||NL - Hyper Turbo - 10K Stack / 10 Min levels||€100 + €20|
Payouts can be carried out in one of four ways:
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Rake table for Hold'em and Omaha games.
|BLINDS||MIN BUY-IN||MAX BUY-IN||RAKE %||CAP|
|€2 / €5||€150||€1,000||3%||€20|
|€5 / €10||€300||€3,000||3%||€25|
|€10 / €20||€600||€5,000||3%||€30|
|€20 / €40||€1,000||€10,000||3%||€50|
|€50 / €100||€1,000||€10,000||€50 per player
per 1/2 hour
Higher limits spread upon request and interest.
PokerStars is running a range of online satellites for the EPT Sanremo Main Event. The full package is worth €8,100 and consists of the following:
EPT Sanremo Main Event seat: €4,900
Eight nights’ accommodation at Royal Hotel Sanremo: €2,510
Travel expenses: €690
‘Seat Only’ satellites are also available, as are ‘Seat + Expenses’ to the value of €6,000 (Main Event seat + €700 cash).