Another Big Success From The Festival Series
The 2nd stop of The Festival Series was a huge success. The action-packed week wrapped up at the Olympic Park Casino in Tallinn. The Festival in Tallin ran from June 27th to July 3rd featuring 37 events along with various other competitions and contests. Norway’s Eirik Kristiansen walked away with the Main Event title and a top festival prize of €56,100.
Kristiansen topped a field of 552 entries to snag the largest chunk of a €264,960 prize pool. Jari Mähönen finished runner-up for €36,120 while Kristoffer Winterstein, Lars Viggander, Jero Keitaanranta, Rando Liiber, Toivo Ojasoo, Gregory Partridge, and Sascha Manns also found seats at the final table.
More than €560,000 was awarded across The Festival in Tallinn. Some of the other big winners included Kalle Ly and Antony Kauzloric who chopped the Pokerlistings Deepstack Championship for €10,736 each. Aleksi Naski, Espen Sandvik, and David Comeron made a three-way deal in the High Roller that earned them at least €10,000 a piece.
The Festival Series Returns to Bratislava in October
The next stop in The Festival Series is back to Banco Casino in Bratislava. Banco Casino Bratislava hosted the inaugural The Festival in September 2021. The series runs from October 10th to October 16 with a €500,000 guaranteed prize pool for the Main Event. We will have the full schedule posted here as soon as it becomes available.
The Festival Series has grown with each stop and is set to have its biggest week of poker yet. Aside from all of the poker, there are a number of other events. A Roulette tournament, Blackjack tournament, Slots tournament, and a Sports Betting competition to name a few.
The fun doesn’t stop at the table. The Festival Series provides an immersive experience that also features player parties, a cabaret, an underground nightlife tour, wine tasting, and a Danube tour. For details about all of the activities available and all things The Festival in Bratislava, check out the homepage.