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WPT Venice Grand Prix: Ludovic Lacay chip leader of the Day 3

The World Poker Tour (WPT) continues its current pace with its stage at the Casino Di Venezia, in the city of Venice. The € 3,300 main event of the Grand Prix of Venice began on Monday, March 25. Its total field totaled 173 participants. Many poker stars took part in the tournament like Phil Hellmuth who made a spectacular entrance on the Day 1B with his disguise. The second day of the tournament was already closed and the field continues to shrink as well. There are only 36 players in contention and to the delight of the French community following the tournament, Ludovic Lacay, champion of the European Poker Tour San Remo in 2012, is leading the battle with 351,400 chips. He beat Lauri Pesonen holder of 287,300 chips and Erion Islamay (281,200).



As a reminder, the prize pool totaling $ 643,000 will be distributed to the top 21 players. The champion will have the privilege of winning the trophy and a prize of $ 180,097 plus a ticket for the $ 25,000 buy-in WPT Championship to be held at Bellagio. Sir Cuts should maintain then his advantage. However, despite his talent for playing poker, the rest of the field will not be easy to eliminate because top players are still part of the list of survivors. Among them are the chip leader of the Day 1A Stephen Behm and Mike Sexton who are in the top 10, Marvin Rettenmaier, Liv Boeree, Matt Salsberg, Kara Scott, Daniel Cates, Martin Staszko and Giacomo Fundaro.

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