EPT Prague: All blinged up with no place to go
Two Team PokerStars Pros find themselves within shouting distance. Katja Thater sits two to the left of EPT Warsaw runner-up Nico Behling whilst a table across is Alex Kravchenko, alongside EPT Warsaw winner Joao Barbosa.
Of all of them it’s Kravchenko narrowly ahead, up a few grand more after betting all the way to the river which, on the last street saw his opponent stare one last time at his cards, visibly turn up his nose, and fold.
Over on Dario Minieri’s table the Italian has yet to switch on his EPT Warsaw form, instead keeping a low profile, or as low a profile as you can beneath headphones, a gold and amber football scarf, gold watch and a large silver crucifix.
Like yesterday a few players have arrived late- not necessarily by design. Whilst Roland de Wolfe sauntered in to take his seat fellow Englishman Ben Grundy was unpacking his days supplies well into level two, saying he’d thought play started at 2pm.
It didn’t, it started at 12pm, and with two levels played the board says 277 players remain on day 1b.