EPT Monte Carlo: Late night brief

One hour and 22 minutes remain tonight. Selected chip counts have been posted at the top of your screen. Dustin Dirksen of Iowa appears to have taken the chip lead after someone was unfortunate enough to run their queens into his aces. Edgar "Ragde" Skejvold is not far behind. Kristian Ulriksen still has a lot of chips but has recently been seen knocking over his towers of chips in frustration, once after Chicago's Don Hart bluffed him out of a sizable pot.

Also, for those of you interested in the game around the game, Ram Vaswani, Erik Sangstrom, Martin de Knijff, and Patrik Antonius are reportedly playing Chinese poker for $1000 a point. The crowd around that table is as big as any watching the tournament as we speak.

Brad Willis
@BradWillis in European Poker Tour