Saturday, 1 October 2011
A total of 280 players bought into the opening flight of EPT London at the Metropole Hotel yesterday and by the close just 162 were left in contention.
Leading the way Poland's Lukasz Golczyk with 211,600 followed by Italy's Mustafa Kanit, who enjoyed a deep run at WPT Malta, in second on 152,200. Scott Shelley heads the UK challenge on 119,100 with Paul Foltyn, Sam Grafton, Laurance Houghton, Roberto Romanello and Jake Cody all in the upper echelons.Other big names to survive the opening flight included Nick Binger, Barry Greenstein, Theo Jorgensen, Tobias Reinkemeier and defending champion David Vamplew. The average stack is 50,000 with blinds at 400/800 when Day 2 commences on Sunday.The Day 1B action starts at 2pm today.
The sixth annual edition of Grosvenor Casinos’ Goliath tournament series may have begun last week but players are being advised that there is still time to qualify for seats into its prestigious £120 buy-in main event.
Land-based and online gaming products innovator Scientific Games Corporation is set to run its second annual Shuffle Master Classic event next month offering one lucky poker player the chance to walk away with $100,000 in cash.
Land-based casino operator Estoril Sol has been awarded the first online gaming license for Portugal and has teamed up with platform provider Gaming1 to launch the new EstorilSolCasinos.pt domain.
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