DeepStack Open Paris: Jérémy Nock takes the lead of the final table
The grand final of the poker tournament DeepStack Open, which has taken place at the Cercle Cadet in Paris, since last week, has reached its final table. On the 701 registered for the Day 1, only 10 players have survived till the final table which guarantees a minimum gain of 7,500. The 60 other players of the paid places have pocketed a minimum gain of 1,250. The event has gathered numerous renowned players and regulars of the circuit such as Philippe Ktorza, Quentin Lecomte, Sébastien Buonomo, Florent Marques, Steven Moreau, Ronan Monfort, Jean-Marie Peyron, as well as Sébastien Décamps. But most of them have been eliminated before the constitution of the final table.
Jérémy Nock starts this final table as chipleader, with a huge stack of 6.7 million chips. Winner of the tournament 500 NLH Freezeout of the ACF Recurring Tournaments in 2012, Nock is on the good way to win his first title on the circuit, after a bad season in terms of gains. Younes Hammouchi benefits also from a comfortable lead with 4.5 million chips, followed by Guy Felder (3.3 million), Yohan Zenou (3 million), Alexis Adda (2.7 million), Aurélien Souchon (2.7 million), Fahd Kaabat (1.9 million), Sébastien Buonomo (1.5 million), Florent Mandolini (1.3 million) and Jamel Hassani (600,000). The winner of this grand final of the DeepStack Open 2013 / 2014 will pocket 65,000, against 38,000 for the runner-up and 31,200 for the 3rd place. Earnings between 7,500 and 23,550 will be shared to the seven other places of this final table.
Thursday, 23 January 2014
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