Thursday, 20 September 2012
Just 6 remain in the WPT Malta Main Event, and Jackson Genovesi leads the pack for the third day in a row, sitting with 1,553,000 chips.
It won't be an easy win for the Italian however, as Yorane Kerignard is hot on his heels, with 1,422,000 chips. Also still in the running is 2011 WPT Venice champion, Alessio Isaia, with 535,000, and he will no doubt be looking to add his name to the list of two-time WPT title-holders. Everyone returning tomorrow will be guaranteed €23,300, with all eyes on the €120,000 first-place prize.Unfortunately for Tony G fans, the loudmouth Lithuanian just missed out, finishing in 10th for €8,400.Serkan Kurnaz was the unlucky Final Table bubble boy, when his pocket Queens lost to Yorane Kerignard's A2.The action will resume at at Portomaso at 13:00 CET today.Chip counts going into the final table:1 Jackson Genovesi 1,553,0002 Yorane Kerignard 1,422,0003 Sampo Ryynanen 962,0004 Alessio Isaia 535,0005 Hui Chen Kuo 524,0006 Zeljko Krizan 174,000Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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