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The Weekly PokerNews Quiz: Looking Back on the European Poker Tour

12-03-2016 17506 responses Top results

Next week begins the very last European Poker Tour festival. EPT Prague will mark the last stop officially described as an "EPT" by PokerStars, with stops in 2017 and afterwards all being referred to as either PokerStars Festival or PokerStars Championships going forward.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be heading out to the Czech Republic to cover several events, including three different high rollers — the €10,300 High Roller, the €25,500 Single-Day High Roller, and the €50,000 Super High Roller — as well as the €5,300 Main Event.

Since the EPT is on our minds and will continue to be throughout the next couple of weeks, we'll be using the next few installments of "The Weekly PokerNews Quiz" to look back with some trivia questions derived from the EPT's long, storied history.

See how many answers to these eight multiple-choice questions you know, then afterwards check the "Top results" to find out how you did compared to others. Sign into your PokerNews account beforehand and see your username show up on the leaderboard. Need an account? Click here.

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Question 1

What poker player and television director is credited with having created the European Poker Tour?

Question 2

EPT Prague will mark the last stop of Season ___ of the EPT.

Question 3

How much did Alexander Stevic earn for winning the first ever EPT Main Event in Barcelona in 2004?

Question 4

In Season 1 of the EPT the tour went to Barcelona, London, Dublin, Copenhagen, Deauville, Vienna, and Monte Carlo. Only one of those cities has been a stop on the EPT for every season since -- which one?

Question 5

The first €50,000 Super High Roller was introduced to the EPT schedule during Season 9 in Barcelona. The event drew 55 entries and was won by ____________.

Question 6

According to Hendon Mob’s EPT All-Time Money List (no peeking!), which of the following players has earned the most in EPT events over the years with more than $9 million?

Question 7

Who of these three players has the most EPT cashes?

Question 8

Finally, who is the only two-time Main Event winner in the European Poker Tour’s history?

What do you think?