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feb
9

WPT Venice Grand Prix: Nine players left!

Tags: marcel bjerkmann, Simon Ravnsbaek, world poker tour, WPT Venice Grand Prix
Posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 by "T".

The third day of the WPT Venice Grad Prix main event can be described as the battle between Andrea Dato, Simon Ravnsbeak and Marcel Bjerkmann. The trio stole the show with their loose aggressive style of playing poker. In fact, it was easy to forget that there were other players in the room as well.

Marcel Bjerkmann, the Day 2 chip leader, is the only one from the trio that won't return to play in a few hours. Simon Ravnsbaek (picture) has the lead with 795k and Andrea Dato is in 3rd place with 726k. Expect these 2 players to be the center of attention when the 4th day kicks off!

There are 9 players left and all of them are guaranteed to get away with at least $18,133 each. The winner will get amazing $302,065 and the second place pays $146,826. We will return with an update when a winner has been crowned.

 

feb
8

WPT Venice: Norwegian in the lead with 27 remaining players

Tags: amsterdam, marcel bjerkmann, master classics of poker, world poker tour, wpt venice grand prix
Posted on Wednesday, February 08, 2012 by "T".

The WPT Venice Grand Prix Main Event's third day is soon about to start and there are 27 players left. The one who will sit down with the largest stack today is Marcel Bjerkmann from Norway. His biggest tournament achievements so far came in 2010: a Master Classics of Poker title (Amsterdam), a Belgium Open Poker Championship title, and a second place in PokerStars EPT London/Season 7 UKIPT.  

Anyhow, he has about a 50k chip advantage to his closest opponent Marko Neumann, and there are many good tournament players with plenty of chips left. In other words, it's still a long way to go for Marcel if he want's to take down his third major poker tournament. The winner will take home $302,065 and the money bubble will burst when 18 players remain. We will return with an update as soon as Day 3 is over.

 


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