PokerStars has postponed EPT Prague 2021, which was scheduled for December 8-19 to 2021 due to Czech Republic Announcing State of Emergency.
Official statement from PokerStars
Below is the official statement sent out by PokerStars to all European Poker Tour Prague Players:
Czech Government Announces State of Emergency
On Thursday the Czech government announced a State of Emergency due to the growing number of COVID cases in the country following their neighbours Austrian and Slovakia, who are on lockdown at the moment.
Cultural, educational and sporting events, which EPT Prague 2021 is classified as, have been imposed with an 1,000 person cap, while bars, restaurants and clubs have follow a 10 pm curfew.
The famous Prague Christmas market and all other Christmas markets in the Czech Republic have also been banned.
“The health and safety of our staff and players is a top priority”
The Czech Republic has one of the world’s highest coronavirus infection rates and PokerStars therefore stated that:
“The health and safety of our staff and players is a top priority and we will look to run EPT Prague at a later date when we are safe and able to do so.”
In-depth information and a detailed explanation on player refunds can be found on the PokerStars blog or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch the EPT Prague 2019 Final Table with hole cards:
As consolation and until the new date is announced you can watch the last EPT Prague Final Table with hole cards below:
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