EPT Prague: Day 5 seat draw

December 13, 2012

Firstly, if you haven’t read the wrap of today’s action then you should. Read about how Ben Warrington powered through into the chip lead here.

We haven’t had the final seats confirmed but this is as they were starting from 24 so they’ll be a couple of moves but the chip counts are correct as are most of the seats. We’ll obviously see balancing from table 1, but we didn’t want to keep you all waiting.

A quick note on third-placed Ramzi Jelassi: he’s once finished 19th and three times finished 19th in EPT Main Events. Will he get over that hump tomorrow?

Table 1
1. Dany Parlafes, Romania, 810,000
2. Diego Gomez Gonzalez, Spain, 1,433,000
3. Aleh Plauski, Belarus, PokerStars qualifier, 1,450,000
4. Johnny Lodden, Norway, Team PokerStars Pro, 763,000
5. Sotirios Koutoupas, Greece, PokerStars qualifier, 1,450,000
6. Iosif Beskrovnyy, Russia, 390,000
7. Ben Warrington, UK, PokerStars player, 2,618,000
8. Marco Leonzio, Italy, 416,000

Table 2
2. Jose Manuel Nadal Sordo, Mexico, PokerStars qualifier, 1,109,000
3. Jeff Sarwer, Canada, 1,233,000
4. Andreas Berggren, Sweden, PokerStars player, 1,619,000
6. David Boyaciyan, Netherlands, Live Satellite, 2,469,000
7. Ramzi Jelassi, Sweden, 1,975,000
8. Jorma Nuutinen, Finland, PokerStars qualifier, 463,000

Table 3
1. Mikhail Petrov, Russia, 1,034,000
2. Mariusz Klosinski, Poland, 1,524,000
4. Roberto Romanello, UK, 341,000
5. Sergey Kuzminskiy, Russia, PokerStars qualifier, 1,166,000
6. Mark Herm, USA, PokerStars player, 612,000
7. Mads Amot, Norway, PokerStars player, 1,250,000
8. Sergio Aido Espina, Spain, PokerStars player, 1,792,000

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