EPT9 Prague: Life through a lens
No matter how many posts we manage to
farm out carefully compose over the course of an EPT day, we will never get to use all of the photographs that our snapper Neil Stoddart farms out carefully composes.
That's a shame, because Stoddart manages to get more value out of a Kodak Brownie than most and his work from the tournament rooms of Europe is second to none. If you don't believe me, here's a quick glance through his album from today. Enjoy.
That's me in the spotlight. Or Teresa Nousiainen and Edgar Stuchly, getting the action started
Ville Wahlbeck seeks help from above. Or a sandwich at least
Salvatore Bonavena: Champion from season five returns to Prague. (Alternative caption: Hat 1)
Roberto Romanello: Champion from season seven returns to Prague. (Alternative caption: Hat 2)
Faraz Jaka: hunting in Prague. (Alternative caption: Hat 3)
Philipp Gruissem gets some help relaxing on Day 1B
Dominik Nitsche's world tour lands in the Czech Republic
Martin Hruby's day was particularly short. He flopped a set of nines in the first level of the day, but was third from three in a 90,000 chip coup. Out.
It wasn't much better for Martin Staszko. The Czech also checked out early on home soil
Pier Paolo Fabretti, in the overlap segment on the Venn diagram that displays Team PokerStars Pros and Italians playing on Day 1B
Slovakia's finest, Dag Palovic
Jake Cody in jumper borrowed from Bridget Jones's boyfriend
Something is not quite to Jason Mercier's liking
Jeff Sarwer, right, and Anton Wigg do some business
Nick Abou Risk: So cool, it says so on his T-shirt
Follow hand-by-hand coverage, plus latest chip counts, in the panel at the top of the main EPT Prague page.