So the European Poker Tour has come to an end for another season. The seasons seem to go quicker each year but it has to be said hat the one just gone has to be among the very best.
We saw the first double EPT Main Event champion and a whole host of other deserving winners throughout the year that will now be looking to add to those titles in the upcoming season. Lets have a look back at how the season panned out.
EPT Barcelona September 2013
The European Poker Tour Season 10 once again started in Barcelona late last year and brought us big winners in Tom Middleton who took down the Main Event for €942,000, Vitaly Lunkin who secured €771,300 in the Super High Roller and Thomas Muhlocker who brought home €390,700 for his win in the High Roller.
EPT London October 2013
The EPT is always extremely popular in London and this one was no different. It brought out all of the big stars and eventually ended with Robin Ylitalo winning the Main Event for £560,980, Martin Finger the Super High Roller for £2,736,855 and Jason Lavelle the High Roller for £357,700.
EPT Prague December 2013
The EPT action moved to Prague just before Christmas with the players all looking to secure a few early Christmas presents. Those that did were Julian Track after he won €725,700 for winning the Main Event and Ivan Soshnikov for his €382,050 win in the High Roller.
EPT PokerStars Caribbean Adventure January 2014
Easily the most anticipated EPT stop on the calendar, the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure again started the New Year in style. Dominik Panka made a huge name for himself after taking down the highly coveted Main Event for a payout of $1,423,096. Fabian Quoss won even more with a score of $1,629,940 in the Super High Roller and Jacob Schindler did not do too badly either after winning the High Roller for $1,279,880.
EPT Deauville January 2014
Next up was Deauville and the stop once again brought high quality poker and huge prize pools. It was Sotirios Koutoupas who claimed the most glory with his win in the Main Event which paid out a very nice €614,000. Dominik Panka won a consecutive major EPT title for his win in the High Roller for €272,000.
EPT Vienna March 2014
With Season 10 now approaching the end it was Vienna that was the first of the final three stops. This famous city again brought high drama and deserving winners as Oleksii Khoroshenin and Fabrice Soulier took home €578,392 and €392,900 respectively for the Main Event and High Roller.
EPT Sanremo April 2014
The penultimate stop of the season was in Sanremo and this was the one that made history. PokerStars Team Pro Victoria Coren became the first player to win a second EPT Main Event. She claimed €476,100 for her win whilst the excellent Ole Schemion claimed the High Roller title and payout of €265,000.
EPT Monte Carlo Grand Final April 2014
The final stop of Season 10 was once again in Monte Carlo for the EPT Grand Final. The action just finished up a couple of days ago and brought us three big winners in Antonio Buonanno who claimed the Main Event title for €1,240,000, Philipp Gruissem in the High Roller for €993,963 and Dan Colman with €1,539,300 for the Super High Roller.
Now players and fans alike will have to wait a few months until the start of Season 11. It will be well worth the wait though as the 100th Main Event is set to be held in at the first stop in August, so there are many celebrations planned.