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   Monday, May 20 2024 
EPT Berlin: Anton Wigg as chipleader among the 102 survivors for the Day 3

The 329 survivors of two first days gathered in the poker room of Grand Hyatt for the Day 2 of the European Poker Tour Berlin. Only 102 players survived at the end of the day and the Swede Anton Wigg, EPT Copenhagen champion, was in the top spot for the start of the Day 3. The Day 1A chip leader, Vladimir Geshkenbein made a great run throughout the day but the Swedes was also exceptional, and piled a stack of 695,000 chips. Geshkenbein end the day with a stack of 675,500. Besides these two players, we find in the Top 10 of this day Mario Puccini with 604,000 chips followed by Marc Wright (585,000), Andreas Vlachos (531,500), Cesar Garcia Dominguez (526,500), Bahadir Kilickeser (500,000), Zachary Korik (450,000), Soren Vohrs (429,500) and Gereon Sowa (421,500).

The event anticipated 112 paid places so, the survivors of the day are already in the money. The bubble boy of the day is David Vamplev. The EPT London champion finished in 113th place and missed a step to be in the money with a minimum gain of € 7,500. Among the other eliminated players of the day, we also retain the case of Pierre Neuville and Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier who were less fortunate. The 102 survivors of the day will meet on Thursday at noon for the Day 3 at the end of which only 24 players will be selected.

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