Es wird spannend am heutigen Mittwoch beim Pokerfestival der European Poker Tour (EPT) in Prag. Sowohl der € EPT National Event, als auch der. Mit der European Poker Tour (EPT) in Prag ist am Dienstag das letzte große Pokerfestival Jahres zuende gegangen. Für die ganz große Schlagzeile. Dezember gastiert die EPT wieder im Hilton Prague und bringt 46 Events mit. Seit gastiert die EPT in Prag und ist neben Barcelona der.
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Suchbegriff eingeben. Anmelden Neuer User. Erinnere dich an mich. Finally, Michaelis made it , on the button and Kobylinskiy called. The question was about the status of Kobylinskiy's chip stack, which continues to increase little by little.
It came after a hand that begin with Kobylinskiy limping from the button and Michaelis checking. Acting with deliberation, Kobylinskiy raised to 2.
Just over 12 million is what Kobylinskiy has now, as he confirmed. Meanwhile Michaelis has about 23 million. Artem Kobylinskiy just got some chips back.
Seven hands ago, Artem Kobylinskiy had a bit over 9 million, but now he's got less than 7 million after a sequence of his opponent Paul Michaelis chipping away at him.
Most of the hands either ended before or on the flop, with Kobylinskiy open-shoving once with no call, and Michaelis reraise-pushing over a Kobylinskiy open with the latter folding.
The first potof heads-up play saw Paul Michaelis limp on the button and fold to Artem Kobylinskiy's raise to 1. The second pot was different.
Over the course of five hands, Alexandr Merzhvinskii open-raised all in twice and got no callers, and folded once when Paul Michaelis shoved on him.
Then on the sixth hand Merzhvinskii had the button and raised all in again, this time for 3. Heads-up play is about to start, with Michaelis at Not much action since we resumed play.
Alexandr Merzhvinskii and Paul Michaelis both took down the blinds unopposed with all-in bets from the button. Then Michaelis raised the button and won with a flop c-bet.
And then Artem Kobylinskiy won with second pair in another check-down pot. We're heading into Level Will these 45 minutes be enough to find a champion?
We are about to find out. In the last hand before the break, all three players took part as Paul Michaelis raised to , from the button and both Alexandr Merzhvinskii small blind and Artem Kobylinskiy big blind called.
Merzhvinskii folded and Kobylinskiy called. Kobylinskiy checked, Michaelis bet 2. They are off on a minute break now, with Michaelis leading with Paul Michaelis raised to , on the button and Artem Kobylinskiy called in the big blind.
Michaelis thought for a few moments and called. Kobylinskiy fired again for 1. A couple of showdowns to report, both involving Artem Kobylinskiy being dealt an ace, making a pair, and winning small pots off Paul Michaelis.
The first hand was a limped pot with Kobylinskiy in the small blind and Michaelis in the big. Then Kobylinskiy raised the button to , and Michaelis called.
Merzhvinskii bet , and Michaelis raisd to 1. Merzhvinskii studied Michaelis carefully and then called. Michaelis took the lead for 1. Michaelis is now on Not much to report from the last couple of orbits.
Six hands, with each of the three remaining players winning small two pots apiece. There was one in which Paul Michaelis three-bet from the big blind over an Alexandr Merzhvinskii open, but nothing more came of it as Merzhvinskii folded.
Michaelis is hovering around 19 million, Kobylinskiy is at about 8. Our three remaining players seem to be in a holding pattern, waiting for a coin flip or a cooler to force someone's hand.
The past five hands went like this. Artem Kobylinskiy raised to , in the small blind on the first and Paul Michaelis called in the big blind.
Kobylinskiy opened for , on the button on the next hand and Alexandr Merzhvinskii called in the big blind. Then Michaelis opened for , on the button and Kobylinskiy called in the big blind.
Kobylinskiy called in the small blind on the next hand and Michaelis checked. And then Merzhvinskii got a walk in his big blind.
After skipping the break they've rolled right into the next level with increased blinds and a bigger big blind ante. A reminder -- levels are now 45 minutes long.
Alexandr Merzhvinskii won a small one to start the new level. Kobylinskiy bet ,, and Michaelis called. This time Kobylinskiy bet 1.
Artem Kobylinskiy limped from the small blind and called Paul Michaelis's big blind re-raise to , He's now on 4 million.
Alexandr Merzhvinskii is playing faster with the deal already in the books. Having good starting cards certainly helps in that regard, too.
Early indications, and the following picture, suggest that a deal has been reached between the final three players.
The clock is paused again with 13 minutes on it as the remaining three discuss a deal again. The first was a blind-versus-blind hand in which Merzhvinskii raised pre-flop, then got Artem Kobylinskiy to fold to his continuation bet.
Kobylinskiy won the next one with a button raise, then Merzhvinskii limped in from the small blind Kobylinskiy raised, Merzhvinskii jammed, and Kobylinskiy folded.
Merzhvinskii is up to 9. Artem Kobylinskiy opened for , on the button and Paul Michaelis announced a raise. He put , in the pot.
Kobylinskiy then tossed in 1. Michaelis then shoved and Kobylinskiy folded. Alexandr Merzhvinskii just won two straight hands, one from each of his opponents, to add to his stack.
In the first Artem Kobylinskiy raised to , from the button and Merzhvinskii called from the big blind.
Merzhvinskii tabled queen-nine for a pair and Kobylinskiy mucked in a way that made it look like he might have been ahead before that river card.
Michaelis checked again, and this time Merzhvinskii bet 1. Merzhvinskii is up to 8. Michaelis meanwhile still has a healthy lead with Kobylinskiy checked once more and Michaelis bet again, though this time much larger -- 3.
Kobylinskiy thought it over for about 15 seconds and then tossed in a chip to signify his call. He's now on a bit over 20 million.
Kobylinskiy falls to around Alexandr Merzhvinskii raised to , from the button and Paul Michaelis called from the big blind. Merzhvinskii bet ,, then Michaelis check-raised to , and after some thought Merzhvinskii called.
Undeterred, Merzhvinskii fired 1. Michaelis is up to The western facade, in particular, is breathtaking. There are countless cafes, restaurants and bars tucked in tiny nooks and crannies among the labyrinthine streets, and one can spend hours in aimless, directionless wanderings, without ever needing to know where one really is.
Thousands of people poured into Wenceslas Square during the Velvet Revolution of , marking the collapse of communist rule in the former Czechoslovakia.
It has a remarkable village-within-the-city feel to it, and has its own beautiful church with fascinating graveyard.
The area has panoramic views across Prague. EPT Prague has the most diverse field complexion of any event click to enlarge.
People come from across the world to play at EPT Prague, and though there are rail and road options to get to the landlocked Czech Republic from mainland Europe, most people are going to be flying in to Vaclav Havel international airport.
Some of those routes are seasonal. Public transport: It is also cheap and easy to get pubic transportation to and from the airport, though it requires both a bus and a subway ride.
At night, the bus route runs into the city centre between the hours of midnight and 4am only. See the official airport website for full details.
Hilton Prague plays host to the EPT once again. It is a well-appointed, high end business hotel with several restaurants and bars on site as well as a spa, gym, swimming pool and two squash courts.
Note: there are actually two Hilton Hotels in Prague. Hilton Prague Old Town is only a short walk away, but these are not the same premises.
Similarly, Botanique Hotel Prague is a very short walk away, most of it through an indoor, heated shopping mall. Only slightly further afield are the four-star Hotel Opera and its three-star neighbour Hotel Merkur , which are in older buildings with a more traditional feel.
Hotel Embassy Prague is also in the same area, no more than a five-minute walk to the Hilton, and is a very comfortable place to stay.
PokerStars Travel can arrange stays in all of the hotels listed above, as well as dozens more across the city. Food in Prague ticks all the boxes of all but the most pernickety traveller: it is plentiful, wholesome, delicious and so very, very cheap.
In contrast with many other locations in Central and Eastern Europe it is also wide-ranging and restaurants here usually have vegetarian and vegan options.
Meat: The Hilton has a very good steak restaurant, The Able Butcher, on site, just opposite from the check-in desk. You might also like Beefhouse , about a minute walk away, just past the Hotel Embassy.
But be hungry. Be very hungry. And expect meat sweats. The Hilton is also only five minutes from a McDonalds, if you must. If you know what to expect, MyRaw Cafe is also terrific.
High end: Prague has literally hundreds of restaurants, some of which rank among the best in Europe. La Degustation and Field have Michelin stars, while both Eska and Sansho are very close to the Hilton and earn regular rave reviews.
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