About Unibet Open

Welcome to the Unibet Open! Play the hottest live poker tournament circuit in Europe, with ever-growing numbers of players from amateurs to professionals battling for six-figure prize pools in some of the continent’s most glamorous locations.

Since 2007 the Unibet Open has been synonymous with a great poker experience – not only running the best tournaments with the Main Event regularly selling out above cap, but also taking advantage of the amazing locations from Prague to the Algarve and making sure that every Unibet Open player has the time of their life.

Event Information

Event buy-in: €1,000 + €100
Game: No-Limit Texas Hold’em Freezeout tournament
Qualify: Satellites are running daily, starting from freerolls all the way up to weekly Wednesday/Sunday finals for full Main Event packages.

Sign up now at www.unibet.com/poker and start your journey around Europe for free!

Qualifiers’ packages include:

Accommodation for four nights
Buy-in to the event: €1,000 + €100
Spending money towards travel expenses: €250
Breakfast daily and dinner during tournament days
Enjoy the legendary Unibet Open hospitality in the dedicated players’ lounge and at the welcome drinks and players’ party, plus two start days allow players time to see some of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Side events and ring games are also scheduled to keep the cards in the air over four full days.

Previous Winners

2015

Antwerp – Mateusz Moolhuizen NL, Winner Unibet Open Antwerp 15 – €71,000
Cannes – Julien Sitbon FR, Winner Unibet Open Cannes 15 – €80,000
Glasgow – Daniel Chutrov, BU, Winner Unibet Open Glasgow 15 – £43,000
Copenhagen – Theis Vad Hennebjerre, DK, Winner Unibet Open Copenhagen 15 – 620,000DKK approx. €83,039

2014

London – Iaron Lightbourne (UK) – £70,000
Cannes – Daniel Smith (UK) – €88,000
Tallinn – Mauri Dorbek (EE) – €55,500
Copenhagen – Frederik Jensen (DK) – €83,750

2013

Riga – Rens Feenstra (NL) – €75,000
Cannes – Quentin Lecomte (FR) – €100,000
Tróia – Dmitry Varlamov (RU) – €80,187
Copenhagen – Kassem Yassine (SE) – (DKK 800,608, approx. €107,367)

2012

St Maarten – Dan Murariu (RO) – €110,000
London – Pratik Ghatge (UK) – €106,730
Paris – Jaroslaw Barglik (PL) – €140,539
Prague – Filip Verboven (BE) – €100,000

2011

Riga – Peter Harkes (NL) – €90,016
Dublin – Paul Vas Nunes (UK) – €105,300
Barcelona – Ruben Sanchez Cebollada (Spain) – €145000
Malta – Mateusz Moolhuizen (Netherlands) – €117,000

2010

London – Paul Valkenburg (Netherlands) – €129,304
Valencia – Thomas Thang (Denmark) – € 138,080
Prague – Henri Ojala (Finland) – € 157,000
Golden Sands – Dan Murariu (Romania) – €150,705
Budapest – Anthon- Pieter Wink (Netherlands) – €172,500

2009

Warsaw – Jimmy Jonsson (Sweden) – €161,271
Prague – Fuat Can (Sweden) – €167,500
London – Thanh Doan (Finland) – €187,000
Algarve – Andre Dias (Portugal) – €151,000
Budapest – Alvaro Aspas (Spain) – €135,000

2008

Warsaw – Simon Johansson (Sweden) – €120,170
Milan – Domenico Tinnirello (Italy) – €121,000
Madrid – Joao Barbosa (Portugal) – €115,000
Warsaw – Stale Lokse (Norway) – PLN 159,900