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EPT San Remo: 64 players remain - Canadian in the lead

Tags: ept san remo, joseph cheong, Lex Veldhuis.
Posted on 25 October 2011 by "T".

Today 64 players will return to the tables and play Day 4 of PokerStars EPT San Remo Main Event. All of the remaining players are guaranteed €12,000 each and today the field will be played down to 24 players before going on a break until tomorrow. Christopher McClung, from Canada, is in a pretty big lead with about 1,2 million chips. Then there are 7 players with 750,000 - 850,000 chips, so day 4 will be very interesting to follow.

Joseph Cheong, the 2010 WSOP main event finalist who lead the pack into Day 3, has dropped 3 positions and will return with 833,000 chips today. A few other notables in the top of the remaining field of players: Alessio Isaia (winner of this year's WPT Venice) in 5th place with 818k, Johnny Lodden (classic high stakes player during the Prima Poker era) in 6th place with 793k, and Lex Veldhuis (the winner of WSOP Europe last week) in 11th place with 652k.


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3 comments on "EPT San Remo: 64 players remain - Canadian in the lead"

 Fakiry25/10/2011 10:47:17 GMT
Over 500k chips separates 1st from 2nd place, thats a big advantage for Christopher McClung. And still cant find Vanessa in this first group. Hope she makes it to the 24 that will pass to play tomorrow.
 SuperNoob25/10/2011 14:23:41 GMT
still 64 players left in this and early chipleaders dont usually make final tables but gl to him, maybe he can add a big title to his name.
 Macubaas25/10/2011 15:24:08 GMT
64 is still a lot of players if you ask me and frankly it's almost irelevant to tell by now who has the biggest chances in getting this european poker tour title...

Good luck to the chip leader, lets hope that he can keep this advantage to the end of the game but i really doubt it actually.

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