In the long and wild history of Malta, knights played a big role in the middle ages. The knights of St. John were formed here and the island is very proud of it.
Thus, there’s no proper opening for the Battle of Malta without representation from the noble knighthood. There are quite a few knights around today, symbolically taking care of the safety of the players.
Meanwhile, more and more tables are filling up and the live stream is running, too. You can follow the action live on our Battle of Malta facebook page. Commentary will be provided on the final day but you can see the cards in play every day.
This is another first in the history of the Battle of Malta. We can show you all the hole cards of all the players at the new feature table. The stream is running on a delay, of course, but this is as close as you can get without touching any cards.