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.