EPT Budapest: El Diablo thriving on halloween


It’s Halloween and William Fry is proving hard to kill, if you’ll excuse the expression. In a remarkable turnaround Fry, who came out on the wrong end of a hand with Romanian Ciprian Hrisca a short while ago, has now bounced back to the tune of 250,000 – a good fighting weight.

Catch up on what William had to say when he spoke to the video blog team earlier today...

Watch EPT Budapest 08: Interview with William Fry Day 3 on PokerStars.tv

Meanwhile on the table next to them Italian Gino Alacqua just survived another all-in, pushing with As-3s before shielding his eyes from the lights above and the glances of anyone considering a call.

Jari Pekka Juhola did just that, showing pocket queens but helpless to prevent an ace from hitting the flop, digging “El Diablo” out of trouble.

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