Two PokerStars Platinum Passes will be on the line at the last stop of 2019 of the European Poker Tour in Prague. The series will be held at Casino Atrium at the Hilton Prague and runs from Dec. 6-17.
The series features 46 events and offers an action packed-schedule with tournaments for event bankroll. PokerStars has also promised plenty of extras in store for players.
The Platinum Pass is once again a highly sought-after prize in the poker world. Winners earn the €22,500 buy-in ($25,000) PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC). The event is this time set for Aug. 20-24, 2020, in Barcelona, Spain.
European players can qualify for some of the fun by playing online – including a shot at a Platinum Pass.
Winning a PokerStars Platinum Pass in Prague
With two Platinum Passes on the line in Prague, there should be plenty of interest in this tour stop. The first will be available to those who qualified online for the €5,300 Main Event and make it to Day 2.
These qualifiers will then be entered into a Crazy Pineapple hand. The winner of the hand takes home the pass and will have some big plans for that next poker adventure.
Another Platinum Pass will also be available with a focus on Germany as part of the “Chase Your Dream” promotion. Players who competed in Spin and Go challenges will be entered into online freerolls on Nov. 9 and 10.
Finalists will compete in an exclusive live poker game in Prague on Dec. 14 for a Platinum Pass.
Players from Germany, Austria, and Liechtenstein can still qualify for the freerolls online. The final challenges for the promotion will conclude on Nov. 10.
What else is on the schedule at EPT Prague?
Players will find plenty of action in Prague including cash games and tournaments. Those looking to battle it out in the €1,100 EPT National (Dec. 7-11) or the Main Event (Dec. 11-17) can qualify for as little as €1 online.
The live tournaments kick off on the first day with a €1,100 Freezeout and a €10,300 NLHE Eighth-Handed event with only a single re-entry.
Off the felt, PokerStars players will have plenty to do as well. Some of those opportunities include:
- Daily excursion tours – These free trips include stops at Prague Old Town, Prague Castle, Thrill Park haunted house experience, and the Breakout Prague escape room. All are free to players in the series.
- Spin the Wheel game – Each player attending EPT Prague earns a free spin for shot at a variety of prizes. Simply beat the house’s hand and walk away a winner.
- Christmas party – To get players in the spirit, a Christmas party will be held Dec. 11. Guests can expect live bands, artists, workshops, an open bar with mulled wine, and swag for partygoers. Santa Claus may even be making an appearance.
PokerStars is promising plenty of fun in historic Prague. Online qualifiers are running now and players can get in the action.