EPT Prague: You call that a *side* event?

December 15, 2012

The €5,000 turbo six max attracted one of the toughest fields of the week. And now they are down to a pseudo final table of seven to play through the bubble, which will burst when the next player goes out.

We want to know whether this represents the toughest seven-handed table ever assembled organically (ie, not specifically for television). It is certainly absolutely terrifying, with not a weak spot to be found.

At the 5,000-10,000 (1,000 ante) level, they are currently lined up like this:

Seat 1 – Marc-Andre “FrenchDawg” Ladouceur – 437,000
Seat 2 – Bryn “brynkenney” Kenney – 459,000
Seat 3 – Jacques Torbey – 220,000
Seat 4 – Paul “padjes” Berende – 272,000
Seat 5 – Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier – 258,000
Seat 6 – Dan “djk123” Kelly – 274,000
Seat 7 – Dan “KingDan23” Smith – 180,000


When Dan Smith is the short stack, you know it’s a good final table

There are World Series bracelets, EPT titles, WCOOP watches and high roller cash spoils all over the place. This is what constitutes a “side event” here.

Follow hand-by-hand coverage of the main event, plus latest chip counts, in the panel at the top of the main EPT Prague page. Follow high roller coverage on the High Roller page and look at the side events page for, you guessed it, side events reports.


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