For all our poker fans among our readers, we have a live stream recommendation that will be available on Twitch from noon today. We're talking about the final table, i.e. the final decision game as to who wins the EPT Main Event. Even if you are currently unable to play online poker in poker networks in Germany due to gambling laws, that does not mean that you have to do without the live stream.
12 million EPT Main Event prize pool attracts the best players – six of them are left
The six best chip leaders have now emerged from all participants at the final table. Here everyone is now sitting face to face at the finla table to decide the winner of the EPT prize money and winner of the bracelet this Sunday. The PokerStars Twitch channel is broadcasting the games on its own channel on Twitch here. The offer runs from 12:30 p.m. German time, is free of charge and of really good quality. You understand the individual players, HD streams go without saying and for poker players this is simply a must. The moderators are picking up too.
The Czech Patrik Jaros and the Norwegian Kayhan Mokri are currently leading the ranking with around 14.5 million chips each. Closely followed by Brazilian Fabian Kovalski with almost 13 million chips. We assume that in the end the Norwegian has a good chance of winning the final table. Because in the last few days he has often been extremely lucky and had the right instincts.
German gambling laws prohibit offering online poker with connection to poker networks
Unfortunately, the German State Treaty on Gambling prohibits providers from covering classic poker games where players compete against players from all over the world via a poker network. For this reason, we cannot currently provide a recommendation on where you can play classic poker like at the live event. You will have to be patient for a while until the laws are adjusted accordingly.
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