EPT Prague: Down to three tables

Next to go is Georgios Gatselos from Greece. He moved in with Ah-Kd and was called by Fredrik Nygaard with pocket jacks which made a set on the flop, busting the Greek.

Elsewhere a huge pot sprung up featuring the Italian Francesco Cirianni and Frenchman Ludovic Lacay, which pitted pocket nines against K-9 on a T-K-9-6-T board. Cirianni’s expressions of loud joy tipped us off that he held the nines, Lacay handing over 100,000 chips confirmed the speculation.

It leaves just 24 players and a table breaks to fill in the gaps. The latest results are on the prizes page and don’t forget, if you’re at home watching you can follow all the action on EPT Live. If you’re at work it seems a shame to miss it. You can still watch, just be ready to hit Tab-Alt if the boss walks in.

Stephen Bartley
@StephenBartley in European Poker Tour