Get Ready for the All Poker Open €2,500 in Paris This February

February 02, 2022

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Club Montmartre Paris

As the levels of COVID-19 cases start to recede, French live poker organizers continue to offer quality events. Texapoker returns to Club Montmartre for a new Parisian edition of the All Poker Open, from February 7 to 20, 2022.

After amateur Ruben Settbon won €152,640 in the €2,500 Main Event last September, Texapoker returns to the French capital this month, supported by PMU Poker, for a 13-day festival.

The schedule includes the APO €1,000 with starts on the 9th February with three starting days, as well as the €3,000 High Roller on the 13/14th February.

The APO Basic is a €1,000 KO event that takes place on the 15th February before a PLO event takes place on the final day on the festival on February 20th.

New Structures

The High Roller on February 13-14 and the €5,000 Super High Roller on February 19 and 20 will test a new structure with two days of competition each time, a starting stack of 250,000 chips and 40-minute levels. Parisian High Roller regulars are expected to take part, while qualifiers will be able to enter one of six live satellites to the two events taking place at Club Montmartre during the festival.

Twitch Streaming

From Wednesday February 16th to Sunday February 20th, it’s time for the Main Event and the APO 2500. The Main Event will include two starting flights with one-hour levels before two days with 75-minute levels. The APO 2500 Final Day will offer 90-minute levels as they play down to a winner, with the final stages live streamed with cards up.

There will be plenty of opportunities for players to qualify live for the APO 2500 with eight satellites taking place between February 9 and 17.

APO 2500 Paris February 2022


The All Poker Open returns to Paris this month for a 13-day festival, featuring a High Roller, Super High Roller and €2,500 Main Event

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