Friday, 14 May 2010
Everyone expected the Nottingham leg of the PokerStars UKIPT to be a biggie and it hasn't disappointed with a record-breaking field and a massive prize pool.
A total of 650 players have bought in for the £500+£60 event making it the second biggest major tournament in the UK behind season 6 of EPT London. 277 players have made it through to day 2 where they will be competing for a whopping prize pool of £325,000. The top 72 finishers will all make the money with the winner set for an £80,000 pay day.Birmingham businessman Amandeep Atwal leads the way followed by young Liverpool pro Joseph McCormick (pictured) and Marc Foggin.Bluff Europe blogger Adam O'Connell will be on hand to keep you up to date with all action when play resumes at noon today. Click here for live updates.
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