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EPT Grand Final Will Air Live
PokerStars will broadcast the final stages of the European Poker Tour Grand Final live from Madrid, Spain next month.
The live broadcast revealing players’ hole cards will appear on numerous television channels across Europe and on the web at PokerStars.tv.
EPT Live will begin the broadcast on the Internet at 2 p.m. CET May 12 with commentary available in English, Spanish, Dutch, German, Italian and Russian.
At 11 p.m. CET, TV networks in countries including Spain, Holland, Romania, Slovenia and Germany will pick up the broadcast.
PokerStars expects this to be the most-watched live poker show of all time.
"PokerStars has always been a leader in terms of innovation, and once again they are giving fans and viewers a new kind of experience they are sure to love," said Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu.
"Broadcasting hole cards shown on TV in over half a dozen stations across Europe, puts the EPT's premiere event on par with other major live sporting events taking place in the continent this month."
A two-hour delay between action and broadcast will help to ensure players' security is not compromised.
Having moved from Monte Carlo to Madrid this year, the EPT Grand Final Poker Festival will run May 5-13 at the Casino Gran, Madrid.
There will be 28 individual events, including the €10,000 Main Event, the invitation-only Tournament of Champions and a €25,000 High Roller event.
The May 13 Tournament of Champions will also be broadcast on PokerStars.tv.
Last year in Monte Carlo, Lebanon's Nicolas Chouity won the EPT Grand Final pushing past a field of 848 to claim the €1.7m first-place prize.