EPT Prague: Another swing on the Lodden-o-Meter™
As if this kind of thing was news at all, Johnny Lodden's chip stack has altered again since last report. This time there's been a positive swing on the all-new PokerStars patented Lodden-o-Meter™, with the bungee-yo-yoing Norwegian now up again to 25,000 in chips. How long that will last is anyone's guess, but my estimate says no more than five hands.
Johnny Lodden: easy come, easy go
On more stable footing today is the French EPT veteran Antony Lellouche, another player hardly shy when it comes to accumulating, then spewing, the accumulating chips. The reason Lellouche is more steady today is that his tournament hasn't started yet; there's a starting stack of 10,000 with his name on them for tomorrow.
But the video blog team caught up with Lellouche to talk about his history on the EPT, and how Prague fares as a venue.
Watch EPT Prague 08: Interview with Antony Lellouche Day 1a on PokerStars.tv