EPT10 London: Neil Stoddart's photo gallery
PokerStars Blog is fortunate to have one of the best photographers in the business taking pictures across all of the European Poker Tour events. Yet we often don't get to showcase all of his work. But here is Neil Stoddart's EPT London gallery, which we'll update throughout the week to offer a pictorial guide to proceedings at the Grand Connaught Rooms. Enjoy.
Leo McLean, foreground, with his railing section
Leo McLean's supporters adopt his trademark snotty-hoodie pose
David Yan, centre, who finished the day chip leader
Joey Lovelady, said to give 20 per cent of his poker winnings to charity
What quirk of fate put Dave Ulliot next to the only woman left in the field, Kitty Kuo?
The distinctive arms of Steve Watts
The last few tables at the centre of the tournament room
Even as all around him was chaos, Toby Stone, the tournament director, remained calm
A rare moment of anxiety for Paul Berende
Mark Newhouse was about as relaxed as you would be if you were heading back to Vegas to contest the November Nine
Crowd favourite Kitty Kuo spent much of day three on the feature table
Poker's most distinctive knuckles made it to day four
Carlo Citrone finds something amusing on day three
"Hands up if you remember the sixties." Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott and Max Altergott
Who will win the Skrill last longer?
What did Kitty Kuo do to terrify David Yan?
Leon "flippetyflop" Louis looking to spin up his WCOOP Main Event final table winnings
Barry Greenstein takes the economy route of self-massage
WCOOP Player of the Series Yngve "Sykoen" Steen revealed himself to the EPT
Young padawan Dhru Patel using the force (and every other means) to pull chips his way
He'll always draw the crowds, but he won't always be around for long. Chris Moneymaker was an early casualty on Day 1B
Dave "Devilfish" Ulliot: no longer an EPT regular, but a reliable menace
David Williams in full camouflage gear
Liv Boeree started the day on the TV table. They know how to get the ratings up
ElkY appears to be shrinking into himself, and after another early departure, perhaps that's for the best
Jason Mercier and his invisible mini-marionette
Fatima Moreira de Melo and Joe Cada: "No, we play it on grass"
Kevin MacPhee came to EPT London direct from a bachelor party in Amsterdam. Who knows what this story was about.
The Norwegian hip-hop duo, Madcon, were drawn on the same table
Vanessa Rousso tries to get a read
Ruben Visser, the defending EPT London champion
The main chamber in the Grand Connaught Rooms awaits players ahead of Day 1A
Christian de Leon, of Team PokerStars Pro, made a rare appearance in Europe at EPT London
His T-shirt is positive in three different currencies, but Jeff Sarwer's experience at EPT London was unusually negative. He was out before the dinner break on Day 1
Jonathan Duhamel, the former World Champion and Team PokerStars Pro, captured doing something unusual: folding
Theo Jorgensen, who made the final table here last season, discusses all things Danish with his compatriot Frederik Jensen
Last time she was here, Leo Margets was part of the team that scaled Tower 42 in a charity run. This time, her stay was brief; she was eliminated on Day 1A
Team Pro's Matthias de Meulder went deep in the UKIPT main event and returned to the zone for the EPT
Mike Watson was among a clutch of high-profile North Americans making the annual journey to London
Shawn Buchanan does his best to remain incognito, fails
Raj Ramakrishnan was one of the chip leaders at the end of Day 1A
The Full Tilt ambassador, and all round poker sensation, Viktor Blom made a brief appearance on Day 1A
He made a 19 minute debut in the Super High Roller event, but Dhru Patel regrouped to lead at the end of Day 1A of the Main Event
Follow all the action from EPT London on the EPT London Main Event page, with chip counts and hand-by-hand reporting. EPT Live is at EPT Live.