- Mini EPT Prague Online runs alongside the ongoing EPT Prague and features affordable buy-ins
- The online series is headlined by two Main Events with $175K in combined guarantees
- There’s $400K in total guarantees on offer
Poker players from all over the world are having a great time at the ongoing PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Prague, with the series now in full swing. For those unable to travel to the Czech capital, they can sink their teeth into some EPT action at the virtual felts via the “Mini EPT Prague Online”.
Players can get in on the action from the comfort of their own home while staying tuned to PokerStars TV and the operator’s Twitch channel for real-time updates on the happenings at Prague Hilton.
PokerStars Hosts Mini EPT Prague Online
The online version of EPT Prague kicked off on December 12 and runs until December 17 on PokerStars’ dot-com client with 18 events to choose from and over $400,000 in combined guarantees to be won. This is much lower than what is on offer at the ongoing real money poker series but still provides a great opportunity for players to take part in Prague-themed events and boost their bankroll.
The buy-ins are more affordable, ranging from $1.10 to $55, giving players of all levels the chance to experience high-quality action and walk away with huge winnings without breaking the bank.
All in all, players compete for $418,500 in total guarantees, with the bulk of that, a cool $125,000, up for grabs in the Mini EPT Main Event High. Costing $55 to enter, the tournament has a $GTD/$BI value of $2,272.73.
Talking about value, the Low version of the Mini EPT Main Event carries the largest $GTD/$BI value of $9,090.91, as the tournament features a very affordable $5.50 buy-in but comes with $50,000 in guarantees. Both the High and Low Main Events take place on December 17.
Not only can players take advantage of plenty of value at the Mini EPT Prague Online Series, but they can also win extra prizes with PokerStars giving away a PowerPath Gold Power Pass to whoever wins the High and Low Main Events. The Gold Power Pass, worth $10,300, can be used at any future EPT stop.
On top of that, the operator will also be awarding Silver Power Passes throughout the series, each valued at $2,500. That means PokerStars is adding $40,000 in extra prizes, making the Mini EPT Prague Online series a can’t-miss event.