EPT9 Barcelona: Day 2 seat draw, €10k Heads Up Championships on hold

ept-thumb-promo.jpgDay 2 of the €10,000 High may well be under way but we've stalled in the semi-finals of the €10,000 Heads Up Championship. Yesterday, when the tournament was initially scheduled to conclude, the remaining players semi-finalists Justin Bonomo, Marc-Andre Ladouceur, Dan Smith and Terje Augdal, as well as Steven Siverrman (who was knocked out by Ladouceur) all played the €10,000 High Roller.

All but Smith, who plays Terje Augdal for a spot in the final, are still in the High Roller chasing the €359,000 prize. We'll keep you updated with the the action from both.


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Table 1
1 Fernando Brito Portugal 5,000
2 Joao Vieira Portugal 70,800
3 Sorel Mizzi Canada 38,300
4 Juha Helppi Finland 43,300
5 Ognjen Sekularac Serbia 55,300
6 Terje Augdal Norway 42,100
7 Jonathan Duhamel Canada Team PokerStars Pro 140,100
8 Andras Nemeth Hungary 90,200

Table 2
1 Tom-Aksel Bedell Norway 133,600
2 Masa Kagawa Japan 106,100
3 Sami Kelopuro Finland 66,200
4 Justin Bonomo United States 53,700
5 Anton Astapau Belarus 83,600
6 Steven Silverman United States 88,900
7 Jannick Wrang Denmark 13,600
8 Jason Mercier United States Team PokerStars Pro 48,100

Table 3
1 Thomas Muhlocker Austria 69,300
2 Andrey Lobzhanidze Russian Federation 51,000
3 James McCrink United States 21,700
4 Andrey Bondar Russian Federation 26,200
5 Jason Lavallee Canada 41,500
6 Carlos Mora Alvarez Mexico 87,500
7 Scott Seiver United States 70,100
8 Mike Watson Canada 62,500

Table 4
1 Ondrej Vinklarek Czech Republic EPT Player of the Year 30,800
2 Max Greenwood Canada 41,900
3 Taylor Paur United States 220,400
4 Saar Wilf Israel 82,200
5 Jonathan Bensadoun France 111,000
6 Peter Jetten Canada 14,300
7 Jean-Noel Thorel France 193,600
8 Nichlas Mattsson Sweden 32,500

Table 5
1 Igor Yaroshevskyy Ukraine 43,600
2 Andrew Lichtenberger United States 106,800
3 Mike McDonald Canada 33,600
4 Randal Flowers United States 37,500
5 Georgios Karakousis Greece 76,200
6 Andrulis Kristijonas Lithuania 26,100
7 Alexander Roumeliotis Sweden 66,900
8 Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier France Team PokerStars Pro 129,100

Table 6
1 Ronny Kaiser Switzerland 25,000
2 David Martirosyan Russian Federation 167,000
3 Rui Cao France 105,100
4 Jani Sointula Finland 88,400
5 JC Alvarado Mexico 181,600
6 Laurent Polito France 108,200
7 Sam Chartier Canada 19,800
8 Andrey Patyechuk Russian Federation 53,400

Table 7
2 Igor Kurganov Germany 151,600
3 Dorin Rauta Romania 58,900
4 Andrey Gulyy Russian Federation 111,500
5 Pius Heinz Germany 28,000
6 Marc-Andre Ladouceur Canada 20,400
7 Timo Pfutzenreuter Germany 20,000
8 Dimitri Holdeew Germany 31,700

Table 8
1 Artem Litvinov Russian Federation 15,300
2 Ben Wilinofsky Canada 57,700
4 Steve O'Dwyer Ireland 11,700
5 Alex Bilokur Russian Federation 116,400
6 Stanislav Labutkin Russian Federation 99,800
7 Angel Guillen Mexico 123,700
8 Timothy Adams United States 138,700

Table 9
1 Berthold Winz Germany 32,200
2 Chady Merhej Lebanon 69,000
3 Tobias Reinkemeier Germany 72,000
4 Reza Mostafavi Saint Kitts and Nevis 100,300
5 Ivan Arnau Roy Spain 138,700
6 Kyle Julius United States 25,800
8 Konstantin Puchkov Russian Federation 92,400

Table 10
1 Gurgen Melkonyan Russian Federation 104,300
3 Christopher Brammer United Kingdom 76,200
4 Ismael Bojang Germany 25,000
5 Maxim Panyak Russian Federation 45,600
6 Bryn Kenney United States 129,600
7 Philipp Gruissem Germany 63,300
8 Grzegorz Derkowski Poland 93,600

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Rick Dacey
@PokerStars in European Poker Tour