European Masters of Poker Hits Dublin Friday
Season IV Live Finale Could Be Last EMOP Ever
The European Masters of Poker pulls up in Dublin, Ireland today for the final live main event of the season.
In fact the €1,100 buy in no-limit hold’em tournament could be the last live EMOP ever as the Entraction/International Game Technology network which ran the successful mid-level buy in Tour is closed.
The event takes place at Clontarf Castle in the Irish capital. Players will start with 20,000 in chips and 45 minute blinds, rising to 60 minutes from level seven onwards.
Last year the tournament attracted 300 players and was won by Dane Søren T. Larsen who took home €71,210.
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