EPT10 Barcelona: Kevin Vandersmissen will NOT be the Skrill champ

This morning there were nine. Then there were five, one of which was Kevin Vandersmissen, the Belgian pro who finished runner-up to Vladimir Geshkenbein in a fiery heads-up at EPT Snowfest. These were the players left in the Skrill last longer promotion. The last player left in the Main Event wearing a Skrill patch wins a €5,300 tournament buy-in, which is jolly nice of them.

Skrill is the Official Payment Provider Sponsor of EPT 10.

Vandersmissen has now busted, as has Manuel Cuberos to leave Tom Middleton, Maximilian Senft and Valentino Konakchiev to fight it out for a tasty Skrill bonus.


Skrill patch? What Skrill patch?

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Rick Dacey
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