It’s almost time for the European Poker Tour to make its stop at one of the most prestigious locations - it’s time for EPT Monte Carlo. The end of May is reserved for the renowned Formula 1 Grand Prix, but from April 26 through May 6, poker players will flock to Europe’s gambling capital.
PokerPro.cc team will also be there, reporting from the events!
EPT Monte Carlo 2023 returns to Salle des Etoiles at the Sporting Club, part of the Monte Carlo Bay Resort & Hotel. The festival will kick off with France Poker Series (FPS), which is coming to Monte Carlo after a record-breaking event in Paris. This is going to be one of the five left stops this season. FPS €1,100 Main Event will be a warm-up for the highlight of the festival, the €5,300 EPT Main Event.
Key festival dates
- FPS Main Event: April 26-30- €1,100
- FPS Cup: April 28-29- €550
- FPS High Roller: April 29-30- €2,200
- EPT Super High Roller: April 29-May 1 – €100,000
- EPT Main Event: April 30-May 6 – €5,300
- EPT Mystery Bounty: May 2-4 – €3,000
- EPT High Roller: May 4-6 – €25,000
From helicopter rides to supercar drives, pancakes, smoothies, and a spectacular player party. EPT Monte Carlo will provide the most exclusive experiences off the tables.
You can take a tour of Monaco by helicopter. If you love fast cars, there will be a Lamborghini and a Ferrari parked outside the casino, waiting for you to be driven along the legendary F1 track in a 30-minute ride.
And if you actually want to see Monaco up close, then a city bus tour is more appropriate for you.
EPT Monte Carlo Livestreams
If you can’t be with us in Monte Carlo, no worries, as there will be seven days of livestreaming to satisfy your poker itch. In addition to the €5,300 EPT Main Event coverage that starts on May 2 with Day 2, you can watch the FPS Main Event Final Table and €100,000 EPT Super High Roller Final Table.
EPT Monte Carlo Main Event Winners
Monte Carlo has been a fixture on the EPT’s calendar since 2005. For many years the season Grand Finale was played here before simply becoming one of the most prestigious stops on the poker calendar.
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