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WPT Cyprus: Chris Ferguson through to Day 3

Tags: Chris Ferguson, cyprus, Nenad Medic, Roy Winston, wpt.
Posted on 09 September 2009 by "T".

125 players made it to Day 2 of World Poker Tour in Cyprus. Of those 125, only 64%, or 55 players survived to Day 3 of the tournament. Among the survivors we find Full Tilt pros Allen Cunningham, Andy Bloch, Chris "Jesus" Ferguson, along with the overnight chip leader, Nenad Medic. Unforutunartly the 4 players (Phil Gordon, John Tabatabai, Jan Skampa and Ludovic Lacay) with the biggest stacks as Day 2 started, were sent packing.

Day 3 of the tournament has now been running for a while now and at the moment there are only 47 players left. Nenad Medic is still the chip leader, he has around 360,000 chips at the moment. On second place and ninth place we find Full Tilt pros Roy Winston and Huck Seed. It will be very interesting to see if any of the big names will make it to the final table.


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7 comments on "WPT Cyprus: Chris Ferguson through to Day 3"

 mrplo09/09/2009 12:39:50 GMT
They WPT obviously didnt check their calendar - making this clash with EPT barcelona was a stupid idea really ! for live streaming of the final table today at 2pm CET
 Nordfan09/09/2009 15:01:43 GMT
Come on Lars Bønding... Make Denmark proud !!!!!
 Plexo09/09/2009 20:17:02 GMT
What about lederer? Is he still alive?
Ferguson will make FT, I know.
 Lutenatik09/09/2009 23:28:03 GMT
I really don t like hin
 ih8usukouts10/09/2009 08:55:48 GMT
If a pro wins, which one do you think it will ba?
 Fakiry10/09/2009 18:55:45 GMT
We havent heard a lot recently about Cunningham, but he continues to be one of my favourite, for his way to be at the table. He isnt arrogant like others. Hope he makes it to the final table at Cyprus, would be nice for his carreer.

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