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Epic Poker League: A great hope for Fabrice Soulier

The second day of competition at the main event of the Epic Poker League finally unveiled its verdict. After that very tiring day for participants, there remain 23 survivors. Despite the holding of the World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris in France, some elites of the game of the Hexagon haven't hesitated to make the trip to Las Vegas to compete for the prestigious title of the Epic Poker League and the one of them managed to achieve a magnificent feat in this day 2. Indeed, Fabrice Soulier finished the day as chip leader with 453,500 chips in hand. He is therefore in a very good position to add another trophy on his prize list which is with enough embellished with his performance at the World Series of Poker 2011.



The champion could therefore improve his position in the Global Poker Index rankiing. Note that he is currently in the 7th place. But he can't claim yet victory because the battle is still fierce. Indeed, Fab'Soul, as his fans call him, will face top players like David Steicke and Erik Seidel who follow him closely in the second and third position, Nam Le, Adam Levy, Chris Moore, Isaac Baron and Matt Marafioti. He must therefore develop all his know-how to be 12 qualified for the paid places first, but also to climb to victory. Among the well known players who have the chance to return to the poker room are Tom Dwan, Phil Hellmuth, Ben Lamb, Mike Matusow, Andrew Robl and Michael Binger.

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