EPT London: Team PokerStars round-up
A busy spell on the tournament floor. Incident in all corners have made the details often sketchy but here’s the latest.
Noah Boeken’s demise, as reported earlier, was a pre-flop duel. Noah moved in with A-J against pocket eights, losing the race to bust out of the tournament. The rail is becoming less of a lonely place though with David Williams already waiting there, as is Team PokerStars Pro Dario Minieri.
We also reported that Chris Moneymaker had suffered a similar fate. His day came to an abrupt end when moving in on a 9-7-6 flop holding Q-8, only to find a caller showing A-K. When the ace hit the river the Team PokerStars Pro was done.
Finally, Hevad Khan is the latest to look defeat in the face. The Team PokerStars Pro has just 1,500 remaining after calling an all-in holding pocket aces against sixes. You guessed it, a six hit the turn. The majority of his stack was shipped away leaving RaiNKhaN perilously close to the felt.