EPT9 Sanremo in review: Ludovic Lacay leads from the front
Ludovic Lacay may have been the big winner at EPT Sanremo but he certainly wasn't the only player to leave with a smile on his face. Vesa Leikos won €210,000 in a huge 450 runner €2,100 side event. Benny Spindler took €253,000 beating Keven 'stammdogg' Stammen heads-up in the High Roller (Stammen took €200,000 and won another side event outright for €92,900) while Marc-Andre Ladocoeur kick-started a French Canadian rush with a €132,400 win in a €5,000 at the beginning of the festival.
Ludovic Lacay: centre of the media storm You can see the results from every tournament at EPT Sanremo by clicking through this link. The biggest tournaments are listed first (main event, high rollers and that mammoth €2,100) and are followed by every other side event. There's a link to each winner post directly after. Check the fantastic articles written by the PokerStars Blog team team, such as this post about the best bubble ever. Read how Lacay turned around a torrid period of poker to become the EPT Sanremo champion winning a Slyde watch, EPT trophy and €744,910. You can find the live coverage from every day of the main event here. Or just let the EPT Sanremo videos wash over you here.
Rick Dacey is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.