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  1. The €10,300 EPT Prague High Roller came to a conclusion on Tuesday after a dominating final table performance by Denmark’s Henrik Hecklen propelled him to take home the €503,700 first-place prize and title of EPT High Roller Champion. Hecklen did the majority of the work at the final table himself, eliminating six of his final seven opponents. In the end, Hecklen secured his career-high live cash by besting one of Germany’s most formidable players in Ole Schemion in a lengthy heads-up match. Before that occurred, there was a tough final table that needed to be dealt with. With the eliminat
  2. 888poker continues to demonstrate that they are serious about catering to the dedicated online tournament player. After a pair of successful Sunday promotions over the past two months, including rake free and reduced buy-in tournaments, the online site has launched their latest player-friendly innovation called Rake or Break. The core of Rake or Break is a series of tournaments with a targeted prize pool. The prize pool isn't guaranteed, it's what they think it prize pool will get to as an enticement for players to register. If the tournament hits that number then the players know tha
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