The European Poker Tour returns as EPT Online, with the first online series running from November 8th to November 18th and guaranteeing $20 million in prizes.
As the Corona Virus shuts down poker the world over, there's still a little bit to report this weekend. Namely Timothy Adams taking down the Super High Roller Bowl Russia for $3.6 Million. Also we have an update on the PSPC, live streams of Phil Ivey, and a new story about an old Stu Ungar conspiracy. It's all here and more in the weekend Hit and Run.
Hit And Run: Michigan Governor Signs Bill That Includes Online Gambling, Online Poker; WSOP Announces 12 More Events For 2020
With the signature of Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan becomes the latest state to legalize online poker, online casinos and sportsbetting.
Hit And Run: Fernando “JNandez” Harbegger Drops Out Of Phil Galfond Heads-Up Challenge; Tsugunari Toma Wins EPT Prague €25k Single Day High Roller
JNandez has dropped out of the Phil Galfond Challenge while Bill Perkins, Brandon Adams, Venividi1993 and Dan Cates looked poised to participate.
Hit And Run: Mikalai Pobal Wins His Second EPT Championship After EPT Prague Main Event Win; “Hide the Pain Harold” Spotted In EPT Prague
Mikalai Pobal wins an EPT championship for the second time after coming out on top of 2019 EPT Prague to win just over €1 million.