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Israeli Poker Championship back in Malta

By Daniel Allermand

The Israeli Poker Championship (IPC) is coming back to Malta on December 12th, where the organization is hosting another tournament series in the Portomaso Casino. It hasn’t been much more than a month since the Israeli’s last time came to Malta, as they were playing from October 31st to November 3rd.


The last events was such a success that the organization decided to host their December trip there as well, also due to the great winter weather in Malta. Just like last time, the IPC will include a €400 main event, alongside three different side-events, which includes a Omaha event, a Turbo Freezeout as well as a Super Side Event.


Buy-in ranges from €200 up to €400, depending on which event you are looking to play. The main event is €400 buy-in and could reach a first prize of €20,000 if the same amount of players will participate as last time. It is expected that around 250-300 players will play the main event and that the numbers in the side-events also will increase.



As you can see in the schedule, the tournament series runs from December 12th until December 15th, where there will also be cash games available around the clock. Igaming.org will be sending their live reporting team to cover the event, delivering you the key hands, stories of the day as well as chip counts, blinds updates and everything else you need to follow the action from your home.

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.