The Interrogation of Tony Martin
Against the glamorous backdrop of Monte Carlo, established pros, including Patrik Antonius and Daniel Negreanu, compete against online qualifiers for a share of the 3.6m Euro prize pool
As the Monte Carlo Main Event reaches its third day, Daniel Negreanu and ElkY battle for supremacy at the feature table, with a first prize of more than 500,000 euros on the line
Fewer than 75 players remain in Monte Carlo. Daniel Negreanu, ElkY and Hossein Ensan are on the main stage, with their eyes fixed on a top prize of over 500,000 Euros.
The remaining players in the Monte Carlo Main Event, including ElkY and Davidi Kitai, are starting to feel the pressure, with most of the 3.6m Euro prize pool still up for grabs
Michael Kolkowicz, an amateur player with a special connection to the venue in Monte Carlo, dominates proceedings as the fourth day of the 5000 Euro Main Event continues
In Monte Carlo, only 16 players remain and the final table is in sight. It's do-or-die time for ElkY as he aims for the trophy and the first prize of more than 500,000 Euros.
The race to the Monte Carlo final table is on. The last remaining former champ, Davidi Kitai, receives some unexpected assistance in his quest for a second title.
It's the final table of the Monte Carlo Main Event. Six players, including chip leader Michael Kolkowicz, compete for the title, trophy and first prize of more than 500,000 Euros.
Hollywood star Kevin Hart and poker pro Daniel Negreanu take on 'The Challenger', Mila Munroe in Monte Carlo. The challenge? To play 150 hands of poker and show a profit.
British pros Charlie Carrel and Liv Boeree get put through the ringer, while Daniel Negreanu and Kevin Hart enjoy early success in the Monte Carlo cash game
The players in the Monte Carlo cash game witness one of the most outrageous poker hands of all time, as comedian Kevin Hart tangles with The Challenger, Mila Munroe
At this exclusive cash game in Monte Carlo, British pro Charlie Carrel plays some big pots against Kevin Hart and Faraz Jaka. Who's going to come out on top?
As the session draws to a close, Igor Kurganov joins Kevin Hart and Daniel Negreanu at the table as Challenger Mila Munroe aims to leave Monte Carlo with a profit
There's a new line-up and a new Challenger. Alex Currie comes to Monte Carlo to play cash poker against his hero - Jaime Staples. Plus, British pros Jake Cody and Sam Grafton also feature.
At the exclusive cash game in Monte Carlo, fortune smiles on Jake Cody, while fellow UK pro Sam Grafton continues to clash with businessman Alireza Fatehi
Challenger Alex Currie tries to get the better of his poker heroes at the cash tables in Monte Carlo. But will he be able to bluff EPT champion Jake Cody?
There's thousands of Euros in play at the Monte Carlo cash game as online legend Randy Lew takes a seat at the table, but finds the live arena tougher than he expected
With only a few hands left to play in Monte Carlo, Challenger Alex Currie is starting to feel the pressure, as he aims to win money from Jake Cody and Jaime Staples
Players from around the world gather for 2018's PCA, and there's a Brazilian flavour to Day 2, with pro André Akkari and dance teacher Charles Modesto at the feature tables
All hail Mo the Destroyer! A Canadian qualifier takes his seat on the main stage, aiming for the $1m top prize, as Day 2 of this $10,000 poker tournament continues.
Welcome to money bubble time in the Main Event. Aiming to lock up a slice of the $5.6m prize pool are pros Liv Boeree and Barry Greenstein, and qualifier Gleidibe Brito.
The remaining players are in the money and the pros look to take charge. EPT champions Liv Boeree and Adrián Mateos are among those pursuing the $1m top prize.
Day 4 of the Main Event features poker pros, online qualifiers, a professional psychologist and a mother and son, all competing for their share of the $5.6m prize pool
Top tournament pro David Peters leads the way in the $10,000 Main Event, with just 24 players remaining. His opponents include a couple of former EPT champions.
On the penultimate day of the Main Event, David Peters continues to dominate, and is the firm favourite to lift the PCA 2018 trophy and win the first prize of $1m
The race to the final table is on. Ten players remain, including Adrian Mateos and Koray Aldemir. Only six will advance and compete for the title, trophy and first prize of $1m.
There's more than $1m on the line at the Main Event. The final six include former EPT champ Adrian Mateos, and pros Shawn Buchanan and Maria Lampropulos.