EPT Warsaw: The world beyond the casino walls

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Sightseeing? During an EPT? A totally ludicrous suggestion to some players but for others the chance to get away for a few hours and experience the town it took you 18 hours to get to is a welcome opportunity to relax, as PokerStars qualifier Mark Hirleman and Kara Scott found out...

Chip counts into level six...

Michael Högbom – Sweden -- 43 K
Andreas Hagen – Norway -- 40 K
Mads Andersen – Denmark -- 31 K
Andy Black – Ireland -- 24 K
Henrik Gwinner – Denmark -- 20 K
Claus Nielsen – Denmark -- 15 K
Theo Jörgensen – Denmark -- 15 K
Thomas Wahlroos – Finland -- 15 K
Liz Lieu – United States -- 11 K
Kenneth Mattsson – Sweden -- 9 K
Johnny Lodden – Norway -- 9 K
Thierry Van Den Berg – Holland -- 8 K
Sören Kongsgaard – Denmark -- 8 K
Ghena Dawoud – Sweden -- 6 K
Stephan Kjerstad – Norway -- 6 K
Michael Tureniec – Sweden -- 6 K
Henrik Lennholm – Sweden -- 5 K

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