Belgian Poker Challenge
Satellites to the BPC Spa 2015 Main Event are running now, giving you the chance to win your Main Event tournament buy-in. To find the tournaments, check in the PokerStars lobby under ‘Live Events’ > ’Europe’. Players have to be 21 to be eligible to participate at the Belgian Poker Challenge.
Play the Belgian Poker Challenge
The Belgian Poker Challenge (BPC) is the exiting tournament series that visits two different poker rooms in Belgium. Season 3 of the tour starts with its first event in Spa, May 6-10, 2015, which will be a poker festival that will feature an exciting range of tournaments.
The €800 Main Event starts May 7, with a second starting day scheduled for May 8.
The following events are scheduled for Season 3 of the BPC in 2015. Please Note: the schedule is subject to change at any time at the organizer’s discretion.
|Tournament||Venue||Festival Dates||Main Event Dates||Buy-in|
|BPC Spa||Spa||May 6-10, 2015||May, 7-10||€730 + €70|
|BPC Namur||Namur||Nov 27- Dec 6, 2015||TBC||TBC|
See here for the full Spa event schedule.
How to Qualify for the BPC
Details of online satellite tournaments for BPC Spa are available now. You can locate the satellites in the PokerStars lobby by clicking the ‘Live Events’ and ‘Europe’ tabs
BPC Season 2 Highlights
Namur | 683 Players | €654,309 Prize Pool | 1st Arne Coulier (€113,820)
The Belgian Poker Challenge Namur was the biggest Belgian poker tournament of 2014, with big-name players such as Davidi Kitai, Sorel Mizzi and Team PokerStars Pro Bertrand ‘ElkY’ Grospellier. In the Heads-Up Invitational event, Jasper Van Vlasselaer was crowned Belgian Champion after beating Bert Geens.
In the Main Event it was online qualifier Arne Coulier who triumphed over 682 players to win the title for €113,820. Runner-up was French player Franck Boyer.
Spa | 260 Players | €268,541 Prize Pool | 1st Cheng-Wei Yin (€45,026)
The Belgian Poker Challenge Spa featured five days of intense poker, a total combined prize pool of €268,541, including €45,026 for the winner of the Main Event. It was Cheng-Wei Yin who came out on top, winning the heads-up against Davy De Cooman. Cheng-Wei Yin also finished fourth in the Estrellas Barcelona Cup for €27,500, a couple of days before his win in Spa.
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