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EPT Deauville: Luca Pagano & Peter Eastgate are through to Day 2

Tags: Betrand Elky Grospellier, ept Deauville, Freedy Deeb, Greg Raymer, Luca Pagano, Peter Eastgate, pokerstars.
Posted on 22 January 2010 by "T".

429 players signed up for Day 1b of the EPT Deauville Main Event. The field included some really big names, just to mention a few of them, Peter Eastgate, Greg Raymer, Betrand "Elky" Grospellier, Freedy Deeb, Luca Pagano and Ludovic Lacay. All of the players above, except Greg Raymer, made it to Day 2 of tournament. Luca Pagano (picture) had the best possible start in Day 1b and has accumulated a stack of 185,000 chips. Luca will bring the second most chips to Day 2.

The chip leader from Day 1a, Robert Cezarescu, is still in the lead with 216,900 chips. However, Robert Cezarescu, will have to face a much stronger field in Day 2 of the tournament, as the most pros played Day 1b of the tournament. 405 players will return to the tables at noon today to play Day 2 of EPT Deauville. A total prize pool of €3,686,400 is up for grabs, and the winner will get €847,000.


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9 comments on "EPT Deauville: Luca Pagano & Peter Eastgate are through to Day 2"

 LaBaiz22/01/2010 14:14:54 GMT
prize pool seems to be pretty decent and the winner will get almost a third of it, that is a great prize. Great tourney.
 BBU23/01/2010 01:07:35 GMT
Indeed, very good prize pool, shame I can't be there Tongue
Maybe one day..
 Doomsday_vic23/01/2010 01:58:38 GMT
That is a lot of money in the prize pool but i assume the buyin must have cost quite a bit. The prize structure seems to reward the winner the most :O. I guess it gets people to try and win the tourney outright instead of people trying to just make into the money
 mazas23/01/2010 12:22:43 GMT
good one some pro take the seat and going to clime big pot prise
this year alot off tourneys goes and prises bigger then in the 2009 year so the poker playing occupied all the world
good luck all
 pmgignac23/01/2010 15:10:41 GMT
almost a million for the first wow
thats a lot of money wonder how much was the entry fee
tournaments are getting bigger and bigger
just getting better and better
 oliver08229823/01/2010 15:50:47 GMT
a huge prize pool indeed, i hope to play in such a tournament... it will definitely boost any players experience...
 gatorcountry23/01/2010 18:33:26 GMT
Tournament sounds great and again the prize pool is amazing would have loved the opportunity to play in this tournament again lol one day hopefully
 SuperNoob24/01/2010 18:28:41 GMT
nice prize pool for the tournament, and as expected a lot of pros turned up on day 1b so its gonna be a tough game for amateurs from day 1 but lately they been playing well against the pros.
 duck_199125/01/2010 05:25:55 GMT
go go go Robert Blink bring the money to romania Blink

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