Day four of EPT Berlin is now under way, and the plan is to play five 90-minute levels or down to the last 16 players, whichever comes soonest. My bet is on the five levels, but I suspect it will be close. The tournament has progressed at a startling clip, and I don’t see things changing much from here.
Kristy Arnett and Rick Dacey set the scene for this pre-penultimate day–I guess you could call this the hijack day, if the final table is the button. Let’s hear what poker’s power couple have up their sleeve for you lucky listeners this afternoon:
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