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.
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.
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Rick Dacey is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.