EPT London: Day three begins
So here’s the reason why you might want to clear a good block of your day. Cancel the shopping, the fishing trip or the ball game and the lawn can wait until tomorrow. You need to hand over your time, without reservation, to crunch time at the EPT London.
Just four tables remain. Thirty-two players, ten PokerStars qualifiers and a Team PokerStars Pro go into the hopper, as well as a few faces you’ve seen before gracing business ends of tournaments like these. Records stand to be broken this weekend and on the EPT, and with this cast, they most likely will be.
This is how they’ll start. Time to start picking sides...
Marcin Horecki, Poland, Team PokerStars Pro, 102,000
Tyler Reiman, USA, PokerStars player, 86,000
Joao Barbosa, Portugal, 173,000
Carter Gill, USA, PokerStars qualifier, 38,000
Alexia Portal, France, 104,500
Max Pescatori, Italy, 285,500
Justin Truesdell, USA, PokerStars qualifier, 82,000
Robert Firestone, USA, PokerStars qualifier, 113,500
Michael Martin, USA, 133,500
Huseyin Yilmaz, Turkey, 325,000
Gunnar Rabe, Sweden, PokerStars qualifier, 113,000
Sorel Mizzi, Canada, PokerStars qualifier, 120,000
Ian Frazer, UK, 138,000
Brian Green, Costa Rica, PokerStars player, 116,500
Ramin Henke, Germany, 102,500
Christopher Wolters, Canada, PokerStars qualifier, 97,000
Table 3 – The feature table
Eric Liu, USA, 326,000
Joseph Elpayaa, USA, PokerStars qualifier, 309,500
Michael Tureniec, Sweden, PokerStars qualifier, 112,500
Johannes Strassman, Germany, Sponsored, 442,000
Philippe D'Auteuil, Canada, 477,000
Peter Eastgate, Denmark, Sponsored, 295,500
Alan Smurfit, Ireland, 89,500
Jonas Molander, Sweden, 84,500
Erik Sjodin, Sweden, 342,500
Antony Lellouche, France, 446,000
Frode Gjesdal, Norway, PokerStars qualifier, 95,500
Peter Busch, USA, PokerStars qualifier, 294,000
Gualter Salles, Brazil, Sponsored, 109,500
Beth Shak, USA, 90,000
Scotty Nyugen, USA, 36,500
David Benyamine, France, 323,500
All the details as they happen will be right here on the PokerStars blog and you can keep tabs on things yourself by watching EPT Live coverage which starts today. There you can see every card played on the feature table from now until the last hand tomorrow night - and a few extra things along the way.
So take the phone off the hook, double check your internet connection and get your pointing finger ready to hit refresh, for a day of poker at its best. Read, watch and write to the EPT Live team at email@example.com just don't do anything that risks missing it.
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