2023 EPT schedule released

Eibinger Shakes Hands With Andras Nemeth at 2018 EPT Prague High Roller

The European Poker Tour has released their 2023 schedule which includes two news stops and the return to some regular venues.

The 2023 EPT season will begin in February with EPT Paris at the Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile, in partnership with Le Club Barriere Paris. EPT Paris will run from February 15 to 26. This is first time the EPT has ever held and event in Paris and the first EPT event to be held in France since EPT Deauville in 2015.

After making their debut in Paris the EPT heads to Monaco for EPT Monte-Carlo at the Monte Carlo Casino. The series runs from April 26 to May 6. Last year’s EPT Monte-Carlos main event had a €5,300 buy-in and 1,073 entrants. The winner of the main event was Marcelo Simoes Mesqueu who cashed $986,832.

After Monaco the next stop for the EPT in 2023 is Spain for EPT Barcelona at the Casino Barcelona. The series will run from August 21 to September. Last year’s EPT Barcelona Main Event had a €5,300 buy-in and broke the record for and EPT Main event with 2,294 entrants. Giuliano Benedinelli won the main event and cashed $1,535,867.

Along with EPT Paris the other new stop for the EPT 2023 is Cyprus for EPT Cyprus at the Merit Royal Diamond Hotel & Casino & Spa. The EPT will setup shop in Cyprus from October 11 to 22.

The final event on the 2023 EPT schedule is EPT Prague at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic from December 6 to December 17. This years EPT Prague event begins next week and will run from December 12-18, 2022.

Other news:   Summer Sale Week at 888poker

Now that the 2023 EPT schedule has been announced watch for satellites to EPT events to begin popping up at online poker rooms with chances to win a spot at EPT Paris.


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