Day 4 started with 3 players with more than a million chips each: Ramzi Jelassi, Chris Brammer and Sotorious Koutoupas. Brammer didn't make it, but both Jelassi (1,975,000 - 3rd place) and Koutoupas (1,450,000 - 8th) pressed on and made it through the day with healthy stacks.
The Day 1 and Day 2 chip leader Iosif Beskrovnyy also made it through the day, but he only has 390,000 chips left - a[...] Read more » EPT Prague: 21 Players Remain - Lodden and Jelassi are two of them!
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 36 (M)
Things weren’t easy for Beskrovnyy, he is only one place away from the end of the rank. Now he will start Day 5 with the chip leader on his table and as the lowest stack at that table. Either he gets good hands fast or he can be going home sooner than he may expected after such good beginning. There are still two Iberian players on this group, both Spanish. Although not Portuguese, I hope they can defend well their flag, being the closest ones to my country, it’s politically correct for me to be on their side. So: Go Gonzalez, go Espina!!!
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 50 (M)
Ben Warrington was short on chips near the money bubble on Day 3, and he had to survive an all-in where his Pocket Kings held against an opponent's Ace-Nine. Warrington, a native of England, has 1 previous EPT Main Event cash and about $67,000 in lifetime live tournament earnings.