PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final

Season 10 of poker’s biggest, richest, and grandest poker tour will draw to a close in stunning fashion from April 26-May 2, as a star-studded cast make their way to Monaco for the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final!

It’s one of the greatest live tournaments of the year, held in one of the world’s most picturesque locations. And if it’s anything like last year’s festival, you don’t want to miss it.

The 2013 edition pulled together thousands of poker pros and qualifiers for 50-events, culminating in the greatest live event final table in recent memory. 513 players took part in the €10,600 Main Event, creating a huge prize pool of over €5,000,000, and the final eight brought together four Team PokerStars Pros in Daniel Negreanu , Jason Mercier , Jake Cody and Johnny Lodden , plus big names Andrew Pantling, Steve O’Dwyer, Noah Schwartz and Grant Levy. When the action was all said and done, rising star and EPT regular Steve O’Dwyer was left standing with the title, trophy and a tidy €1,224,000 in cash.

Will you follow in O’Dwyer’s footsteps? Find out how you can be part of the action this year by visiting PokerStars and

Until then, here are a few more big-money highlights from Season 9’s PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final:

$25,500 High Roller

The High Roller tournament drew a big field of 158 players who combined to post a prize pool of €3,871,00. In all 16 places were paid, and top spot when to US player Steven Silverman who added €775,400 to his bank roll for the win. There was also a deep finish from Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst, who finished in fourth for €290,300.

€100,000 Super High Roller

Another star-studded field assembled for the Super High Roller event with 41 players providing the €100,000 required to play. There were also nine re-entries, clicking the prize pool up to an incredible €4,851,000. A stacked final table played for the big money, and it was online high-stakes player Max Altergott from Germany who took it down for €1,746,400, defeating Jason Mercier in the heads-up end game.