ISPT Wembley: 20 survivors at the end of the Day 4 of the Main Event
The stadium of Wembley in London, hosted yesterday the Day 4 of the Main Event of the International Stadiums Poker Tour (ISPT) in which 98 players took the departure. Ole Schemion started the day as chipleader but after 7 levels of 75 minutes, he gave his place to Alban Juen. At the end of this day during which players having participated to satellites in several online poker rooms, but also live players took part, Alban Juen is the chipleader of the 20 survivors of the Day 4 with more than 5 million of chips. Just behind, we find Nick Hicks, Pete Linton and Jakub Michalak with more than 3 million chips. Among the survivors of the day, we can rely on the presence of Leigh Wilishire, Florian Holler, Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott, Léon Louis, Freddy Deeb, Praz Bansi, Ferhad Seyadi, Julien Gardner, Elia Bassam, Giuseppe Stagno, Neil Bernadout and James Sullivan for the Day 5.
Concerning French players, we find again four French representatives for the race for the title, to know, Xavier El Fassy, Gwendoline Janot, Miguel Lacerda and Jérôme Brion. Among the less fortunate of the day, there were the chipleader at the start of the Day 4, Ole Schemion and Toby Lewis, Hauke Heseding, Sam Trickett, Franck Delmas, Florent Marques, Jon Kalmar Mat Frankland, Nicolas Cardyn, Sébastien Guerlinze, Remi Le Meur, Rony Halimi, Antoine Saout, Stéphane Allard or Peter Eastgate. Pressed to take his plane for the WSOP of Las Vegas, Sam Trickett gave his gains of 3,000 to the dealers. The 20 survivors of the day will continue to play poker until the constitution of the final table composed with 8 players. The ISPT Wembley guarantees a minimum payout of 7,950 for the Day 5 and 37,000 for the final table, whereas the winner will pocket a check of one million euro.
Friday, 07 June 2013
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