EPT Warsaw: Bad beats and bad breaks

PokerStars qualifier James Honeybone now fills the spot left by Theo Jorgensen. The mighty have fallen in numbers today and Jorgensen is just one in a long list that includes the likes of Johan Storakers, Marc Goodwin and Daniel Carter.

PokerStars Sponsored Player Danny Ryan caught the unluckiest break when he moved in with kings, and was called by Q-J. He may have been ahead pre-flop but when two more queens hit the board hopes of another EPT cash were done with.

Woody Deck joined him on the rail – his A-K beaten in a pot against queens and eights that ultimately finished ahead of him. Whilst the Silver Fox himself Mel Judah, making a rare EPT day two appearance lost out with his K-J against his opponents A-K.

Staying in the tournament is not without risks though, as Jean Claude Peron found out...


Stephen Bartley
@StephenBartley in EPT Warsaw