EPT Dublin: Chip counts

Into level six with blinds at 150/300 with a 25 ante, it seems Frenchman Ludovic Lacay is the clear leader, but there’s plenty of action from PokerStars qualifiers with the likes of Justin Francis, Barry McGrath and Michael Durrer in close pursuit.

Ludovic Lacay – France – 95,000
Roman Yitzhaki – USA – 21,000
Andreas Hoivold – Norway – 22,000
Justin Francis – USA – PokerStars qualifier – 33,000
Tom Bentham – England – PokerStars qualifier – 19,000

Patrick Bruel – France – 19,300
Tony Cascarino – Ireland -- 23,000
Roy Brindley – Ireland – 19,000
George McKeever – Ireland – 21,000
Ben Grundy – England – 22,000
Surinder Sunar – England – 33,500
Annette Obrestad– Norway – 9,400
Luca Pagano – Italy – Team PokerStars Pro – 17,000
Daniel Tarnopol – USA – PokerStars qualifier – 27,000
Katja Thater – Germany – Team PokerStars Pro – 15,500

Alan Smurfit – Ireland – 15,500
Andreas Hagen – Norway – 26,500
Richard Ashby – England – 13,200
Anders Pettersson – Sweden -- PokerStars qualifier – 19,000
Barry McGrath – Ireland -- PokerStars qualifier – 40,000
Arshad Hussain – England – 42,000
Michael Durrer – Germany -- PokerStars qualifier – 31,000
Albert Smith – USA -- PokerStars qualifier – 16,500

Thor Hansen – Norway – 42,000
Jonas Molander – Sweden – 26,000
Ramzi Jelassi – Sweden – 11,000
Juha Helppi – Finland – 10,000
Runar Runarsson – Iceland -- PokerStars qualifier – 22,000

Eliminations:

PokerStars qualifiers Karsten Vogt, Tom Marchese, Bishar Khalaf and Antoon Kleynen have all found their tournament ending prematurely. Also out are Praz Bansi, Thomas Wahlroos and EPT Baden winner Julian Thew.

Brad Willis
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