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PokerStars Baltic Festival: 120 players left - Eastgate is one of them

Tags: Baltic Festival, jc alvardo, peter eastgate, pokerstars.
Posted on 30 October 2009 by "T".

PokerStars Baltic Poker Festival in Tallinn, is a very popular event that most of the PokerStars PRO's usually takes part in together with lots of PokerStars qualifiers. This year was no different.

Day 1a and b have now been played, and 307 players made it till Day 2. Out of these 307 players, 120 are still in the tournament. In the chip lead we find Bo Kjaer Erichsen from Denmark with 76,600 chips. On second and third place are Ermo Kosk and Aleksandr Lozikin. Both of them are from Estonia and also have equal stacks of around 70,000 chips.

2 of the most notable players in the remaining field are JC Alvardo and Peter Eastgate (PokerStars PRO's). Even though both of them are running good at the moment, they still have a long way to go and many really good players to face.

Payout structure:

1 - €76,750
2 - €48,505
3 - €30 085
4 - €17,805
5 - €14,121
6 - €11,665
7 - €9,823
8 - €8,288
9 - €6,753

 

 

 


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10 comments for "PokerStars Baltic Festival: 120 players left - Eastgate is one of them"

 Ali_c30/10/2009 14:36:38 GMT
307 players and only final table is paid??? wtf??

or am i reading this wrong?
 blazingpf30/10/2009 14:59:40 GMT
that makes it 9 players makes it to payout only.. maybe theres going to have a bigger event near year end?

heheehe agree this looks much less grand the other competitions
 NANACONDA30/10/2009 15:48:28 GMT
307 players and only final table is paid??? wtf??

or am i reading this wrong?

Yeah that's strange alright. Entry must only have been a few hundred euro
 fejset30/10/2009 16:01:50 GMT
maybe its the finance crise that reach the poker table,,
 Mast3rKush30/10/2009 21:41:12 GMT
Wow only top 9 get paid and top prize is 76G's? Must be a pretty small tourney in that case, doesnt compare to any of the majors by the looks of things
 2Godfather130/10/2009 23:47:23 GMT
Top 32 get a money - Peter Eastgate were 23

1. 76,750
2. 48,505
3. 30,085
4. 17,805
5. 14,121
6. 11,665
7. 9,823
8. 8,288
9. 6,753
10. 5,525
11. 4,605
12. 4,605
13. 3,683
14. 3,683
15. 3,683
16. 3,070
17. 3,070
18. 3,070
19. 3,070
20. 3,070
21. 2,455
22. 2,455
23. 2,455
24. 2,455
25. 2,455
26. 2,148
27. 2,148
28. 2,148
29. 2,148
30. 2,148
31. 1,841
32. 1,841

Last 18 players to final day (Saturday- 31/10/2009)
James Keys UK 442,000
Michael Fardan Denmark 373,000
Thomas Partridge UK 350,000
Andrius Tapinas Lithuania 262,000
Johan Nilsson Sweden 222,500
Antti Kärkkäinen Finland 198,500
Claus Bek Nielsen Denmark 170,000
Imre Leibold Estonia 157,000
Kenneth Danielsen Norway 152,500
Einar Olafsson Iceland 125,500
Patrik Kaltrud Norway 123,000
Yet San Wong Netherlands 111,500
Petri Heinanen Finland 110,000
Priit Plakk Estonia 88,000
Peeter Grunthal Estonia 76,000
Natasha Ellis UK 71,000
Matias Knaapinen Finland 53,500
 SuperNoob31/10/2009 02:14:27 GMT
32 paid but still quite a small prizepool for a tournament with so much popularity and so many big names participating. pros must be playing it for fun, lol
 RIPStuNov2231/10/2009 07:46:19 GMT
There's a huge difference between a $1k buy in and a $10k.
Had this event been a $10,000 buy in, first place would be taking home $767k
 racpxt31/10/2009 21:48:22 GMT
10% field is not good enough. Minimum for a large MTT should be 20%-25%.

About Eastgate, he may be learning that being on a coin flip is not a guaranteed double up like he uses to think. Sometimes luck goes away.
 mazas02/11/2009 11:06:04 GMT
Hope Lithuanian will take a win Smile

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