EPT11 London: A trip to the dark side of Olde London Towne

There aren't enough poker players named Jack. That's the only conclusion to be drawn from the absence of a player whose nickname is "The Ripper".

By way of addressing this deficiency, and in order to bring you another dispatch from Old London Towne, Laura Cornelius of PokerStars.tv went on a Jack The Ripper walking tour around the East End, plus popped her head in at the London Dungeon.

Almost all of the EPT London starting field have now been butchered in one way or another, so it seems only appropriate to follow our intrepid presenter as she visits the darker side of the city.

Follow our coverage of the EPT London festival via the main EPT London page, where there are hand-by-hand updates and chip counts in the panel at the top and feature pieces below. And, of course, you can follow it all live at EPT Live.


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Howard Swains
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