ISPT Wembley: 99 survivors after the Day 3, out of 761 incomers
After the online qualifications, the International Stadium Poker Tour (ISPT) has linked up with the Day 2, during which players have the opportunity to confront on the mythical stadium of Wembley, in London. Before this first live eliminating stage, the organizers announced the presence of 550 players, but after the two departure days, 761 players have taken part in this poker tournament. After the Day 3, there were only 99 remaining players with Ole Schemion as chipleader. The Day 2A has seen the qualification of 175 players out of the 319 registered, while the Day 2B gathered 442 players and only 246 among them survived at the end of the day. The Day 3 started with the 421 survivors of the two departure days, but after eight levels of 60 minutes, the majority of players were eliminated by giving chance to the first ISPT title to the 99 remaining players.
At the end of the day, Ole Schemion was on the top of the ranking with a stack of 1,534,000 chips, followed by Neil Benardout, Alban Juen and Ben Middleton, the other players with more than one million chips. However, other players such as Toby Lewis, Sam Trickett, Dave Devilfish Ulliott, Pete Linton and Mat Frankland are just behind and will be present to offer a beautiful challenge for the Day 4. This fourth day of the ISPT's Main Event will be held this Monday at noon, with the 99 survivors of the Day 3.
Tuesday, 04 June 2013
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