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PokerNews EPIC League Final Set

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The PokerNews EPIC League is complete and now all eyes are on the Double Stack Final on August 28 at 1800 GMT. The lucky players that have qualified will be fighting it out for a $2,500 EPIC package to play in the Everest Poker International Cup live final in Alicante, Spain, next month.

The next 15 players will all win tokens to play in a $25,000 direct-entry tournament on August 29 where a further ten EPIC packages can be won on Everest Poker. Everest pro Fabrice Soulier is also playing, and will have a 30,000 Summit Point bounty on his head, which can be used in the Summit Points Store.

The league final was supposed to consist of 50 players, however there were three players at the very bottom with the same points and in the interests of fairness, we decided to let them all in to play in the final.

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The following players have qualified for the final:

MfroschHHaleachim29polichk@tomcars
ctfcmiskawinsspiky1705whiskey_bar5
diddy84JHSwgbibor1973Stanko66
furjmart_canine_pokerrundecacaepesca2
Bin-PleiteMagicMaexxMorovica71GENO666666
koceto_49OttusASSPONGEBOBJacksparov
Sk3l3W4rr10rtisikmaarfehererolollus956
TIO_MARTINBestGernekrammsteinaalert
Ildi54TwisterTwistVvivVzuberkw
arnaldinhostAndigames11gemicrobinFX
Ald0usSnowShinobi_85v4lenteKorberg
777ger777soy_leyendaMediaman66aston_haley
Ninjamesterwanzushari08skippy621910

If you have missed out on the league final, there is still one more way to play in EPIC. Everest Poker‘s last EPIC Direct Entry on August 29 (2100 GMT) guarantees $25,000 in cash on top of 10 Live Finale Packages. Free feeders and Weekly EPIC Satellites to the last Direct Entry are running until August 28. Players can also buy in directly for 25,000 Summit Points.

Make sure you sign up through PokerNews for a $600 first deposit bonus when you use bonus code “PNEWS600” or a $700 first deposit bonus when you use bonus code “PNEWS700.” This promotion is open to all Everest Poker players, regardless of whether they signed up through PokerNews or not.

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