EPT Dublin: Leading the field

As we enter level 6 the blinds now have a 25 ante attached. In terms of a chip leader Irish eyes are certainly smiling on Johnny Lodden, who has just under 50k, but it’s Henric Strath of Sweden well ahead with over 80k. Notable others include...

Henric Strath – Sweden – 80,000
Jon Conroy – Ireland -- 4,800
Daniel Dodet – France -- 8,000
Thierry van den Berg – Holland -- PokerStars Qualifier -- 16,100
Johnny Lodden – Norway -- 47,000
Noah Boeken – Holland – Team PokerStars Pro -- 21,000
Paul Testud – France -- 7,500
Marcel Baran – Germany -- 20,000
Stig Top-Rasmussen – Denmark -- 40,000
Chris Hamman – USA - PokerStars Qualifier – 19,000
Arutjunov Aleksandr – Estonia -- PokerStars Qualifier – 32,000
Zlatan Musa – Denmark -- PokerStars Qualifier – 9,000
Ville Mattila – Finland -- PokerStars Qualifier – 5,000
Reijo Manninen – Finland -- PokerStars Qualifier – 10,000
Jonathan Nagy – Spain -- PokerStars Qualifier – 8,500
Brandon Schaeffer – USA -- PokerStars Player – 6,500

Pascal Perrault – France -- 16,000
Johann Storakers – Sweden -- 18,000
Andy Black – Ireland -- 23,000
Dave Colclough – Wales -- 22,000
Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier – France -- Team PokerStars Pro – 8,200
Phidias Georgiou – Cyprus -- PokerStars Qualifier – 25,000
Martin Wendt – Denmark -- 16,000
Jan Sjavik – Norway -- 10,100

Tournament update:

Rupinder Bedi fell short of his quest to barnstorm his first EPT event. The PokerStars.com double shootout winner is out. There’s good company on the rail thought with Erik Seidel, Henning Granstad, Rob Hollink and Ian Woodley among those on the outside looking in.

Brad Willis
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