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FPS Monaco: Sebastian Supper steers way to Main Event victory, wins €177,000

From the 993 who entered this year's France Poker Series Monaco Main Event PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino EPT Grand Final, just seven were left for today's final day of play. Its ups and downs seemed fitting amid all of the mountainous terrain here in Monte Carlo. So, too, did all of the rapid tw...more

by Martin Harris on May 3, 2015 1:55 PM

FPS Monaco: Final table; Level 33-35 updates

Watch cards-up coverage of the FPS Monaco Main Event final table on EPT Live by clicking here. Time stamps of the updates below reflect the one-hour delay.Click here for live updates from Levels 29-32, during which they played down from seven players to three.9:58pm: Sebastian Supper wins (€177,000)...more

by Martin Harris on May 3, 2015 9:24 AM

FPS Monaco: Final table; Level 29-32 updates

Watch cards-up coverage of the FPS Monaco Main Event final table on EPT Live by clicking here. Time stamps of the updates below reflect the one-hour delay.6:06pm: Break time; updated chip countsThe last three are taking another 20-minute break. Click here for continuing updates starting with Level ...more

by Martin Harris on May 3, 2015 4:16 AM

FPS Monaco: Main Event final table profiles

From a whopping field of 993, they reached the final eight-handed table with about an hour left to play last night in the France Poker Series Monaco Main Event that has helped kick off the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino EPT Grand Final festival.The FPS Monaco Main Event final tableBefore play con...more

by Martin Harris on May 3, 2015 1:44 AM

FPS Monaco: Pablo Gordillo big leader with 7 left for final day

Another long day in the France Poker Series Monaco Main Event PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino EPT Grand Final has come to a close, and after eight full one-hour levels the 57 players who had survived from the 993-player starting field have now played all of the way down to a final table and then s...more

by Martin Harris on May 2, 2015 2:56 PM

FPS Monaco: Level 25-28 updates

For Level 21-24 updates, please click here.11:08pm: Gordillo grabs night's last potIn the last hand of the level -- and of Day 3 -- a hand arose in which it folded to the often-active Pablo Gordillo who opened with a raise to 150,000 and only Joseph Mouawad called from the big blind.The flop came [4...more

by Martin Harris on May 2, 2015 8:24 AM

FPS Monaco: Level 21-24 updates

4:59pm: Break timeLevel 24 having concluded, the remaining players are now taking their second break of the day. For continuing updates from Day 3 picking up with Level 25, click here.4:46pm: Floretin felted; Nakache knocked outShortly after the redraw to three tables, Enrico Florentin was eliminate...more

by Martin Harris on May 2, 2015 4:11 AM

FPS Monaco: 57 return for Day 3 led by Taibi, Besalduch, Bier, Braga

We're in luxurious Monaco, a place where more than a few millionaires dwell. Speaking of, there's an exclusive group in the millionaire-club -- chip-wise, that is -- to start Day 3 of the France Poker Series Monaco Main Event here at the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino EPT Grand Final.There are 57...more

by Martin Harris on May 2, 2015 3:11 AM

FPS Monaco: Dean-Henri Taibi takes over, leads to end Day 2

Much like the night's penultimate level, the last hour of Day 2 of the France Poker Series Main Event at the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino EPT Grand Final festival was fast-paced. Many more cashed, others held steady, and a few built their stacks upwards and upwards like the mountains reaching ...more

by Martin Harris on May 1, 2015 12:40 PM

FPS Monaco: Salter, MacPhee, Pfutzenreuter out; Taibi on top as field shrink

Following the slow, lengthy -- though exciting -- period during which the France Poker Series Monaco Main Event field when from 145 to 144, it has swiftly shrunk to less than 90 players now as the march to the cashier has begun in earnest.Jack Salter was among the first to go following the bubble bu...more

by Martin Harris on May 1, 2015 11:03 AM
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