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   Tuesday, April 16 2024 
WSOP 2010: Towards a coronation for Ludovic Lacay

The young 24 years French player from Toulouse, Ludovic Lacay, has acquired a broad expertise in the poker world. He achieved great success in various major tournaments including the World Poker Tour of Barcelona in 2007 during which he finished as runner up and the Main Event of the European Poker Tour Dublin, where he ranked at the 11th place. And in the World Series of Poker Circuit 2009, Lacay finished 16th at the Main Event. This year, again in Las Vegas, he hopes to win a WSOP bracelet. Exploit feasible, given his talent and his performance in the event No-Limit Hold'em Championship Head's Up of $ 10,000 buy-in during which he managed to rank at the 8th place. Arrived on June 15th in Las Vegas, the young French player currently resides at the Wynn, the luxurious hotel on the Strip Boulevard and is preparing for the final table of the Pot Limit Omaha $ 10,000 buy-in.

Upon entering the final day, Ludovic Lacay acquired a good position because actually, he owns the second largest stack. He has all the chance to seize the throne, but first he must eliminate known players such as Daniel Alaei (1,800,000), Miguel Proulx, the chip leader with 2,440,000 chips in hand, Matthew Wheat (745,000 ), Ville Mattila (490,000), Trevor Uyesugi (435,000), Alexander Kravchenko (330,000), Stephen Pierson (570,000) and Dmitry Stelmak (1,285,000). Lacay was well prepared for this tournament and he is a French player with real talent which can let him win the famous bracelet.

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