The 2016 EPT Prague Main Event champion, Jasper Meijer van Putten, entered the €1,100 EPT National again and started off by winning a small pot.
The flop was out there when he bet 400 from the button after the player in the big blind had checked to him. His opponent called the bet and the turn was the . It checked to Meijer van Putten again and he put in a bet of 1,500 this time. That was enough to take down the pot.
The cards are in the air for the final flight of the PokerStars European Poker Tour €1,100 National event. Over 300 players have registered already and registration is open for the next eight levels.
The first two starting flights of the PokerStars European Poker Tour Prague €1,100 National held at the Hilton Prague have been an incredible success. The first flight attracted 671 players and the second one, which is still going on right now, has well over 1,000 players in it.
Day 1c will be a turbo flight and cards will be in the air at 7 p.m. The levels will only be 20 minutes long and they will play down to 15% of the field. Players will start with 30,000 in chips and the first level will be 100/100 without an ante. They will play with a big blind ante from the second level onwards.
Georgios Vrakas won last year's event, defeating a field of 2,117 players, collecting €338,000. Players that busted out of earlier flights have the option to reenter the tournament on Day 1C and there will be plenty of players joining the action. It's very likely the tournament will be even bigger than last year's event.
Here is the structure for the day:
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