Sunday, 6 January 2013
The starting field of 238 at the PKR.com WPT National Event in Dublin has been whittled down to a final table of 10 with Sean Prendiville the man at the head of the leader board.
The Irishman, who has a number of big wins on home soil including the JP Poker Masters and the Celtic Poker Tour Grand Final, returns with a stack of 1,150,000 putting him just ahead of former Palm Beach Big Game winner Jack Salter on 1,054,000 with Joachim Haraldstad third on 933,400.GUKPT Blackpool winner Simon Deadman lies in fourth on 733,000 with 2011 UKIPT Edinburgh winner Fintan Gavin in fifth on 450,000. Rounding out the final table are Tommy O’Rourke 433,000, Charley Harvey 393,000, Ben Carpenter 335,000, Daniel Lamin 324,000 and Phillip Danner 169,000.The ten have all secured a pay day of at least €4,900 but will have eyes on a much bigger prize. Railbirds can follow all the action from Dublin and see who scoops the €67,500 first prize courtesy of the PKR.com livestream. Play resumes at noon.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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