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Series 5 Summary
Coverage of the 2014 PokerStars.com tours.
Day One of the inaugural PokerStars.com EPT London Super High Roller gets underway. With a £50,000 entry fee, it has attracted the biggest names in the game to Britain's capital.
It is Day Two of the PokerStars.com EPT London Super High Roller. The tension builds as high-stakes cash game expert Sam Trickett faces Daniel Negreanu and Mike McDonald at the feature table.
Just 16 players remain at the PokerStars.com EPT London Super High Roller event and only eight will cash. Former champion Martin Finger is the chip leader, but can he continue the success his fellow countrymen have been having in these events?
The final table of the PokerStars.com EPT London Super High Roller is 50% German, with former main event champion Martin Finger in the driving seat, looking to be the first person to hold both titles and take home the £821,000 first prize.
This edition joins the 10th PokerStars.com EPT London main event as the second wave of Day 1 players ante up, featuring Liv Boeree, Victoria Coren-Mitchell and an uncharacteristically quiet Jason Mercier.
It's over halfway through Day 1B of the main event, and at the feature table is former London champion Victoria Coren Mitchell, Ole Schemion and Philipp Gruissem.
Day 2 of the PokerStars.com EPT London is underway and two of the game's biggest talkers, Phil Hellmuth and Devilfish, are at the centre of the action.
The PokerStars.com EPT London main event field has been reduced to 163 players. At the feature table is Britain's biggest earner Sam Trickett and the recent Barcelona champion Tom Middleton.
It's time to burst the money bubble at the PokerStars.com EPT London main event. Former London Champion David Vamplew is still in with a shot of doing the double, but he is short stacked and has history of being knocked out on the bubble at EPT events.
Just 45 remain at the PokerStars.com EPT London main event. Ludovic Geilich is about to take centre stage and qualifier Leo McClean is still living the dream as his rush continues.
With only 16 players left in the running to become the event's tenth champion, it's now a tense affair. New Zealander David Yan has the chip lead but fellow antipodean Jeffrey Rossiter is hot on his heels.
The Final table of the PokerStars.com EPT London Main Event is set, and with a first prize of over half a million pounds, two online qualifiers have the chance to earn life-changing money and have their names written into poker history.
The PokerStars.com PCA gets under way in style as the $100,000 buy-in Super High Roller opens its doors, and with rebuys allowed there's no stopping the action.
On Day 2 of the PokerStars.com PCA the doors close on the rebuy period. Every chip counts as the process of thinning the herd begins, with some looking to lay to rest the ghosts of the past and others hoping to see history repeat itself.
The race is on at the PokerStars.com PCA Super High Roller. By the end of Day 2 there can only be eight as the final table and money bubble loom.
Last year's bubble boy Antonio Esfandiari is looking to avoid a similar fate, and Vanessa Selbst has already made a great start to her campaign, but who will reach the final table?
Only seven have made it to the final table, and after a disastrous decision by Vanessa Selbst on Day 2 of the PokerStars.com PCA Super High Roller, Dan Shak is chip leader. He had a second place finish two years ago, so can he finally seal the deal this time?
Coverage of the main event gets underway at the PokerStars.com PCA. It's the start of Day 2, and with Chris Moneymaker and Antonio Esfandiari, two of the biggest game changers in the history of poker on the feature table anything can happen.
Vanessa Selbst is having a high time of it in the field, and Oscar-nominated actress Jennifer Tilly brings a touch of class to the feature table
It's bubble time and the feature table plays host to a slew of living legends as Vanessa Selbst, Antonio Esfandiari, and Ole Schemion pit their wits against online qualifier Tom Hall
It's all smiles at the PokerStars.com PCA because everyone left is in the money. As Mike McDonald, Liv Boeree and the other former champions' thoughts turn to another victory, online qualifier Tom Hall looks to take down his first. But in the meantime, everyone just wants to let the good times roll.
On Day 4 there's a player conspicuous by his absence at the TV table. Roger Teska's antics from Day 3 have taken their toll, but with steely-eyed Mike McDonald and Marcel 'The Flying Dutchman' Luske still on the table there's no shortage of action.
It's the second half of Day 4 at the PokerStars.com PCA and everyone's eyes are on the prize, particularly Mike McDonald as that elusive second title appears ever closer. He's not the only man with dreams though, as recreational player Kyle Sorrell is steamrollering the competition on the feature table.
It's the penultimate day of the PokerStars.com PCA and competition is getting fierce. Mike McDonald has experience on his side and is looking to his fourth EPT Main Event final table, whereas online qualifier Tom Hall has his eyes set on his first. When the dust settles only 8 can remain.
The Final Table of the PokerStars.com PCA Main Event has arrived. Can Mike McDonald become the EPT's first two-time champion?
The conclusion to the historic 10th season of the PokerStars.com European Poker Tour kicks off with a bang. The super-high-rollers touch down in Monaco as Day Two of the 100,000 Euro buy-in event begins, and all eyes are on potential EPT Player of the Year Ole Schemion.
A seat at the PokerStars.com EPT Super High Roller final table is in sight for the 16 remaining. But eight will leave potless. Who will survive the biggest money bubble of the season?
The final table of the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo Casino EPT Grand Final Super High Roller is set. Three high-stakes Macau boys have their eyes on the title as five of the poker elite chase a top prize of 1.8 million Euros.
PokerStars.com Shark Cage sees professional players, celebrities and online qualifiers chasing down a $1,000,000 first prize. Heat 1 features Seinfeld star Jason Alexander and poker pro Phil Laak.
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