Details Released for PokerStars EPT Prague Stream Schedule & Mini EPT Online Series

Details Released for PokerStars EPT Prague Stream Schedule & Mini EPT Online Series

The 2023 PokerStars European Poker Tour stop in Prague has officially kicked off with proceedings underway inside Hilton Prague. The 1,100 Eureka Main Event is the first event of the festival, and its opening Day 1 flight is in session.

Alongside a jam-packed itinerary, poker fans have plenty to look forward to over the next two weeks as PokerStars has shared its live-streaming plan as well as the schedule for the Mini EPT Prague Online series, which features $40,000 in added value.

EPT Prague Live Stream Schedule

Those who have not been able to make it to the Czech capital city need not worry about missing out on the action from the final EPT jaunt of the year as cards-up coverage for the 10,200 Mystery Bounty and 5,300 EPT Main Event will be available from December 12-17 on PokerStars' YouTube and Twitch channels.

The Mystery Bounty starts the six-day broadcasting fiesta, with action from the final day commencing at 1 p.m. CET.

The following day is when the Main Event stream starts, so be sure to catch the action from Day 2 all the way through to the final table.

English-language coverage will be hosted by James Hartigan, Joe Stapleton, Griffin Benger, Nick Walsh and Maria Ho.

There will also be streams on the French, Spanish and Brazilian channels in addition to broadcasts in German and Italian.


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Play EPT Prague From Your Own Home!

Running parallel to the live action at the Prague Hilton. The Mini EPT Prague Online series has its opening shuffle up and deal on Tuesday, December 12, and continues through to Sunday, December 17, offering a thrilling lineup of 18 tournaments over six action-packed days, with buy-ins starting at just $1.10.

What makes this series truly unmissable is the staggering $40,000 in added value that PokerStars is injecting into the prize pools.

The highlight of the added value is found in the $5.50 and $55 Mini Main Events scheduled for December 17. The winner of each of these events will walk away with a prestigious Gold Power Pass valued at $10,300, offering the chance to experience the full EPT atmosphere at any future EPT stop.

But the excitement doesn't stop there six Silver Power Passes, each worth $2,500, are also up for grabs, ensuring that players have ample opportunities to claim their share of the added value. Mark your calendars for the grand finales:

Mini EPT Prague Online Full Schedule

DateStart Time (ET)EventBuy-inGuarantee
12-Dec09:15Deep Stack, 3 Re-entry$11$35,000
12-Dec12:15NLHE - Unlimited Re-Entry$25$40,000
12-Dec14:15Hyper Freezeout$1.10$2,000
13-Dec09:15Deep Stack, Single Re-entry$3.30$8,000
13-Dec12:15PKO Turbo 3 Re-entry$5.50$15000
14-Dec09:15NLHE -3 Re-entry$22$35,000
14-Dec12:15High Roller$55$50,000
14-Dec14:15Hyper PKO$1.10$2,000
15-Dec09:15Deepstack, Unlimited Re-entry$2.20$4,000
15-Dec12:15NLHE Freezeout$3.30$7,500
16-Dec12:159-Max PKO$11$20,000
16-Dec14:15Hyper PKO$2.20$4,000
17-Dec09:156-Max, Turbo$3.30$9,000
17-Dec12:15Mini EPT Main Event - L$5.50$50,000
17-Dec14:15Mini EPT Main Event - H$55$125,000

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