Daniel-Gai Pidun leads EPT Berlin

Daniel-Gai Pidun leads EPT Berlin

Saturday, 9 April 2011

Daniel-Gai Pudin is the man in charge at EPT Berlin as we head into the business end of proceedings. The German starts day 4 with 2,429,000 chips, one of ten players returning with a seven-figure stack.

Among that ten are a couple of Team PokerStars pros, Holland's Joep van den Bijgaart and Portugal's Henrique Pinho. Day 3 chip leader Fabrice Soulier is still in contention as is EPT Deauville and EPT Vilamoura runner up Martin Jacobson.

The likes of Jack Ellwood, EPT Snowfest winner Vladimir Geshkenbein and Roberto Romanello all made the money but busted out yesterday. Joining them on the rail were recent WPT Vienna finalist Maksim Kolosov and former WSOP Main Event winner Peter Eastgate.

The 24 returning players are all guaranteed a pay day of at least €20,000 when the action resumes this lunchtime. Play will continue until we have our final table of eight who will battle it out for the €825,000 first prize tomorrow.

The chip leaders are as follows:

Daniel-Gai Pidun Germany 2,429,000
Maximilian Heinzelmann Germany 2,140,000
Ben Wilinofsky Canada 2,046,000
Kristijonas Andrulis Lithuania1,650,000
Joep van den Bijgaart Netherlands 1454000
Henrique Pinho Portugal 1,282,000

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Tags: Daniel Pidun, Joep van den Bijgaart, Roberto Romanello