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   Sunday, June 16 2024 
EPT Grand Final Monte Carlo: Martin Kabrhel, Day 1A chip leader

After Berlin, which saw the coronation of Davidi Kitai, it is the turn of Monte Carlo to receive the final stage of the season 8 of the European Poker Tour, EPT Grand Final. The Day 1A brought together 271 players but after eight levels, only 165 players qualified for Day 2 scheduled for Friday, April 27. Martin Kabrhel finished the day as chip leader with a stack of 167,800 chips. Behind the chip leader is David Sands with 160,300 chips followed by John Eames (157,200), Malta Mennig (136,900), Tristan Clemencon (121,100), Freddy Deeb (114,600), Frank Koopmann (113,900), Jason Wheeler (112,900) and Reza Mostafavi Tabatabaei (110,900). Ben Warrington close up the top 10 of the first day of entry with a stack of 104,800.

Of the 165 survivors of the day, we also retain the presence of Freddy Deeb, Steve O'Dwyer, Scott Seiver, Jonathan Ben Soussan, Mickey Petersen, JP Kelly, Bruno Launais, Phil Ivey, Andrey Pateychuk, Sam Trickett, Lucille Cailly, Hallaert Kenny and Vanessa Selbst. Another day 1 was scheduled on Thursday with more than 400 players. The second entry could attract more players including the eliminated of Day 1A. Among the biggest names of poker which should be present at the Day 1B, there is Jonathan Duhamel, Fabrice Soulier, Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, Justin Bonomo, Tobias Reinkemeier, Davidi Kitai, the winner of the EPT Berlin. This latter is currently part of the Triple Crown group alongside ElkY, Jake Cody, ...

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