Keith Johnson Wins PokerStars Eureka Tour Prague

Keith Johnson

More British success overseas as Keith Johnson took down the PokerStars Eureka Poker Tour Prague main event over the weekend. The Brit won €58,400 after defeating Antonio Dieguez Rodriguez of Spain heads up, after returning to the final day at the bottom of the chip stacks.

A total of 319 players made it for this opening event on the new tour and Johnson was part of a group of traveling Brits, including EPT Budapest champion Will Fry, who had all pooled 5% of their winnings together, which gave them €2,920 to enjoy for a night out in in Prague.

1st - Keith Johnson, PokerStars player, €58,400
2nd - Antonio Dieguez Rodriguez, Spain, PokerStars qualifier, €37,000
3rd - Veronica Kokocevea, Czech Republic, €20,500
4th - Petr Kralicek, Czech Republic, €16,080
5th - Jaroslav Urban, Czech Republic, €12,720
6th - Pawel Bartosz, Poland, PokerStars qualifier, €10,400
7th - Kim Eduardovich, Russia, PokerStars qualifier, €8,330
8th - Kamil Koska, Poland, PokerStars qualifier, €6,590

The tour moves onto to Nova Gorica, Slovenia from the 12th-15th of May. Qualifiers are running now on PokerStars and you can win your seat for as little as €8. If you sign up via PokerNews you will also be eligible to play in our $15,000 Sunday Million Freeroll next month.

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