EPT9 Monaco Day 4: Seat draw

We're on to Day 4 of the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monaco. Some 34 players remain from the original field of 513, with a place in the last 16 at stake today and beyond that who knows. A first prize of more than €1.2 million awaits one of them.

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Chip leader Johnny Lodden

In a change to the advertised schedule play starts at the later time of 3pm in the main event today, although coverage from the festival will start at 12 noon (CET). In the meantime here's how the final 34, led by Johnny Lodden, will line up.

1 1 Gerard Gardelli France 561,000
1 2 Paul Volpe USA 247,000
1 3 Laurent Lagreve France 139,000
1 4 Freddy Deeb USA 670,000
1 5 Vasili Firsau Belarus 837,000
1 6 Daniel Negreanu Canada 684,000
1 8 John Juanda USA 939,000

2 1 Mickey Petersen Denmark 362,000
2 2 Johnny Lodden Norway  1,232,000
2 4 Noah Boeken Netherlands 105,000
2 5 Noah Schwartz USA 756,000
2 6 Goran Mandic Croatia 822,000
2 7 Andreas Eiler Germany 709,000
2 8 Kevin Vandersmissen Belgium 214,000

3 1 Victor Ramdin USA 479,000
3 3 Luke Schwartz UK 188,000
3 4 Mateusz Moolhuizen Netherlands 482,000
3 5 Grant Levy Australia 513,000
3 7 Jason Mercier USA 746,000
3 8 Guy Goossens Belgium 98,000

4 1 Steve O'Dwyer USA 963,000
4 2 Ville Wahlbeck Finland  228,000
4 3 Patrick Naxache France 44,000
4 4 Andrew Lichtenberger USA 512,000
4 6 Andrew Pantling Canada 943,000
4 7 Clyde Tjauw Foe Netherlands 363,000
4 8 Giuseppe Sammartino Italy 113,000

5 1 Ismael Bojang Austria 186,000
5 2 Didier Pitcho France 156,000
5 3 Jake Cody UK 639,000
5 4 Kevin Iacofano USA 131,000
5 5 German Simon Dansker Argentina 150,000
5 6 Oleksii Kovalchuk Ukraine 327,000
5 7 Conte Francesco Paolo Brazil 388,000

Stephen Bartley is a PokerStars Blog reporter.

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