The European Poker Tour’s Grand Final has a winner, Negreanu and Ivey contend in a high roller event, and can run PokerStars profiles again. It’s all in Monday’s edition of the PTP Hit and Run.

EPT Grand Final: The European Poker Tour has crowned a champion in its Grand Final main event. Mohsin ‘chicagocards1’ Charania won the tournament for €1,350,000. Get a recap here. A woman and an online qualifier, Lucille Cailly, came in second.

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Meanwhile, the €25K High Roller event is getting close to a final table; live updates here. Daniel Negreanu and Phil Ivey are currently second and third in the chip counts, while Justin Bonomo and Noah Schwartz are still alive as well. Bonomo won the €100K Super High Roller event at the Grand Final already.

More live poker: The World Poker Tour is Jacksonville; live updates here. Matt Giannetti and Will Failla are near the chip lead, while WPT on-air personality Tony Dunst is still alive as well.

Video from the scene:

A look at what went down at the Asia Pacific Poker Tour Cebu stop, where Hoang Anh Do took down the main event. Video below:

And Card Player rounds up what’s going on in the world of live poker this week.

PTR solves its problem: The website PokerTableRatings, which was forced to take down profiles of PokerStars players by the online poker site, is back in business with PTR Link. Players can now opt into PTR’s service, and apparently this makes PokerStars happy. And all was right with the world again.

Quick hitters:
ESPN’s Gary Wise writes on the passing of poker legend Amarillo Slim.
–PokerFuse takes a look at the world of fast-fold poker like PokerStars Zoom.
–A roundup of the Sunday major online poker tournaments, including a runner-up finish in the Sunday Million for Kevin “iacog4” Iacofano.
A rundown of the top poker podcasts of the week, including news that a new episode of The Micros is coming soon.
Liv Boeree blogs on the Spring Championship of Online Poker at PokerStars.
–Has life changed for you since Black Friday? Here’s a snapshot of how it did for pro Ale Torelli.