For the first time in 8 years, EPT heads to London

For the first time in 8 years, EPT heads to London

The EPT is returning to London eight years after the last event. The series will be returning to the UK’s capital city on October 18 when it will run alongside a series of UKIPT events until October 28.

October 18 was the final day of the EPT London. The last time the European Poker Tour was in London, the UK was still a member of the European Union.

Just about any bankroll will be taken care of at the Hilton on Park Lane, because of the overlap of the EPT and UKIPT schedules. The EPT Super High Roller will cost £50,000 to enter and there will be events with buy-ins of a few hundred pounds up to that.

There are some key details for the EPT London

The event will be held at the Hippodrome Casino, which is just up the road from the Hilton. Before you register, you will need to set up a membership with the Hippodrome. To register, you will need a photo ID.

The event will be completely cashless, so players who are planning on attending should be aware of that. If you plan on paying for your Hippodrome buy-ins in advance, you may need to warn your bank about large card payments.

London is calling and raising, and there are two Platinum Passes to be won.

Stars is offering an all in or fold freeroll on October 22 in order to encourage players to load up the PokerStars app. You will get a seat in the event if you win your way into the UKIPT London or EPT London through PokerStars. A $30,000 Platinum Pass will be awarded to the winner.

There will be another Platinum Pass in the tombola for the EPT Mystery Bounty event. October 24 is the start of this event.

Summary:

The European Poker Tour (EPT) is set to return to London for the first time in eight years. The series will be returning to the UK’s capital city on October 18 when it will run alongside a series of UKIPT events until October 28. The last time the European Poker Tour was in London, the UK was still in the European Union.