Bram Haenraets leads Day 4s 25 survivors - EPT Barcelona 5,300 Main Event
The Main Event of the European Poker Tour Barcelona (EPT) sets a new record. The 5,300 Main Event actually gathers 1,496 players in the poker room of Casino Barcelona. And after four days of competition, the field dropped to 25 players. They were 102 competitors to play the Day #4, but after 12 hours of battle, Dutchman Bram Haenraets closed out the day as the chip leader. He garnered 4,395,000 chips. He is closely followed by Piotr Sowinski (4,355,000 chips), while the other players trail far behind. However, some players secure comfortable places heading to Day #5, scheduled to run on Tuesday after the definition of the final table of eight. At the end of Day 4, Mikkel Nielsen finished third in chip counts with 3,135,000 chips in hand, followed by Hossein Ensan (3,075,000), Slaven Popov (2,695,000), Andrea Dato (2,290,000) and Ji Zhang (2,285,000). Pawel Brzeski (8th, 1,980,000 chips), Kiryl Radzivonau(9th, 1,860,000) and Mikhail Rudoy (10th, 1,815,000) complete the 5,300 Main Event/ Day #4 Top 10 Chip Counts.
Maximilian Senft, Josh Prager, Ryan Fee, Emil Patel, Kimmo Kurko, Vojtech Ruzicka and the 2013 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure winner Dominik Panka manage to make it through to Day #5 battle. As usual, many notable poker players were also eliminated after six levels of play on Day 4, ranging from Jan Heitmann to Kevin Stani, Mikalai Pobal, Martin Finger, Mike McDonald, Davidi Kitai and former EPT London winner Robin Ylitalo. Day 5 will be run on Tuesday with six or seven levels to reach the final table.
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
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