Thursday, 8 December 2011
The massive starting field of 722 runners at EPT Prague has been whittled down just 136 with Russia's Garri Tevosov leading the way.
The Russian Poker Series champ will start day 3 with a stack of 764,000, much of it coming from one hand which saw his pocket queens beat Kevin MacPhee's pocket kings. The wonderfully named Martin Finger from Germany is next on 612,600 followed by Denmark's Mads Wissing 565,200.Rupert Elder heads the British challenge on 313,700 with Chris Moorman 281,000, Max Silver 248,700, Liv Boeree 193,600 and Martins Adeniya 100,000 also flying the flag for Blighty. Other notables still in the hunt for the €775,000 first prize include Kent Lundmark 323,900, Jude Ainsworth 313,000, 256,600, Vitaly Lunkin 138,200, Anton WiggMarty Smyth 90,300 and Johnny Lodden 74,500. 21 players will go away disappointed later today with the money bubble set to hit at position 104. A total prize pool of just over €3.5m is up for grabs with the min cash set at €7,500.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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