Antonin Duda leads the 23 survivors heading to Day 5 - EPT Malta Main Event
56 players returned to Portomaso Casino last Thursday for Day 4 flight of the EPT Malta Main Event. After five 90-minute levels of play, 23 would make it through the next phase with Antonin Duda on the drivers seat. This talented poker player of Czech Republic origin is heading to Day 5 with an impressive stack of 3,476,000 chips. Actually, Antonin Dudas best career achievement is a 7th-place finish in the EPT Barcelona Main Event-Season 9. As for Fedor Holz, this 2014 WCOOP Main Event second-place finisher is listed second in Day 5chip count with over 3 million chips (3,146,000). Those entering Day 5 with over 1 million chips also include Hossein Ensan (2,639,000), Remigiusz Wyrzykiewicz (2,104,000), Javier Gomez Zapatero (1,877,000), Koray Aldemir (1,667,000), Jean Montury (1,363 ,000) and Mateusz Moolhuizen (1,249,000) and Sergio Aido (1,187,000).
When the Thursday battle arose, there was a bunch of live poker tournament notables remained in the hunt for the top prize. Indeed, Day 5 would be a challenging path for reigning EPT London champ Robin Ylitalo (972,000) and 2014 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure title holder Dominik Panka (391,000) among the 23 contenders. Thursday was a freaking bad day for Steven Watts, Mortiz Dietrich, Yann Dion, JC Alvarado, Liviu "0Human0" Ignat and Sam Chartier. In any case, those hitting the rail went home with parts of the prize pool. Action resumes this Friday to play down to 6 for Saturdays final table.
Friday, 27 March 2015
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