Tom Marchese eliminated in 7th place (£100,000)

Tom Marchese eliminated in 7th place (£100,000)

Monday, 4 October 2010

One of the more dangerous players at the final table, Tom Marchese, has been eliminated from the final table of the EPT London Main Event. He called off his chips to a 3-bet shove from Scot David Vamplew who sheepishly turned up Td-5d, taking advantage of the tight table.

Marchese was good with A-8 but a five on the flop immediately ended things - both players held diamonds and no backdoor flush or higher pair was forthcoming for "kingsofcards" who takes home £100,000 for another EPT final table.

John Juanda is still the dominant player at this table - with a WSOPE title and an EPT High Roller runner-up spot, Juanda has good runs in London and will be looking to add an EPT title to his list of accolades.

Each of the remaining six players is now guaranteed £145,000 for their efforts. It's taken 55 hands to eliminate two players - we should be home by dinnertime if everyone keeps letting Juanda take pots.

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