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.

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Chris Moneymaker

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.