61 players remain in contention of the title heading to Day 4 - EPT Prague
While the $ 50,000 Super High Roller concluded with Leonid Markin winning the first-place prize, the Season 11of the European Poker Tour Prague Main Event is still running with the Day 3 held on Sunday. 200 players battled it out but only 61 would make it through the next phase after five 90-minute levels of play. The Day 4 is taking place this Monday at noon to play it down to 24 survivors. Simon Mattsson is heading to the Day 4 battle with more confidence; he leads the 61 survivors with 1,790,000 chips. Coming second is Stephen Graner with 1,713,000 chips, followed by Davidi Kitai (1,364,000), Jonathan Wong (1,295,000), Petr Jelinek (1,191,000), Militiadis Kyriakides (1,178,000), Bjorn Wiesler (1,084,000), Pablo Sanz Quiles (1,075,000) and Francesco Grieco (1,054,000); armed with 1,007,000 chips,Vanessa Selbst completes the chip counts Top 10. George Danzer, Georgios Sotiropoulos, Dylan Linde, Sam Grafton and Balazs Botond are also included among the 61 survivors.
Two-third of the field has been erased from the title contenders list on Day 3; many of them left Hilton Prague Hotels poker room with money in hands though. Actually 159 players finished in the money, 61 of whom are still running for the top prize. Recall that the 159th place finisher cashed 8,970. Those who early hit the rail but finish ITM places include notable players such as Mickey Petersen (159th), Shannon Shorr (153rd), Isaac Haxton (140th), Liv Boeree (118th), Olivier Busquet (82nd), Vladimir Troyanovskiy (79th), Mustapha Kanit (78th), Thomas Muehlocker (64th) and Eugene Katchalov (63rd). As for Christian Harder, Johnny Lodden, Paul Newey and Brian Roberts, they left the hotel empty-handed.
Monday, 15 December 2014
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