Monday, 25 October 2010
The Irish Winter Festival field started with 347 players but only 18 remain in contention for the title which will be decided later today.
Leading the way going into the final day is Seamus Quinn followed by Adrian Reynolds and Day 1 chip leader Rory Rees Brennan. Each returning player is guaranteed at least €5,000 but they will all have their eyes on the €125,000 on offer to the winner.The leading chip counts are as follows:Seamus Quinn 525,000Adrian Reynolds 501,500Rory Rees Brennan 487,500Charlie Harvey 447,000Thomas Finneran 427,500Zoltan Purak 387,000Ivan Tononi 371,500Dorlan Schick 352,000Nicholas Verkaik 345,500The €500 side event also comes to a conclusion later today with 22 players still in the hunt. Valdemar Uhre (186,500) has a handy chip lead over nearest rival Chris Dowling (130,100) and looks well placed to take the title.Pavel Pravdukhin took the €100 Blind Man's Buff event, pocketing €1,985.The action in Dublin resumes at 2pm today. You can watch live streaming of the Main Event final at the Paddy Power Poker blog.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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