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EPT San Remo: 24 players left - McClung is still in the lead

Tags: Christopher McClung, ept san remo, johnny lodden, pokerstars.
Posted on 26 October 2011 by "T".

Christopher McClung, from Canada, arrived as chip leader when Day 4 of EPT San Remo kicked off yesterday. When the day had come to an end, McClung had boosted his 1,2 million stack to an amazing 3,1 million - most of those chips came from a hand when he knocked out Joseph Cheong with flush vs set of kings. McClung's 3,1 million stack gives him a 1.1 million lead over Daniel Neilson in 2nd place.

Just as planned, the Day 4 field was played down to 24 players who will return to the poker room today and play it down to a final table, which will take place tomorrow with live stream. Among the players who still have chips left one can find quite a few interesting names. Just to mention a few: Barny Boatman with 1,25 million, Johnny Lodden with 1,2 million, Lex Veldhuis with 877k, and Elio Fox with 377k.


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3 comments on "EPT San Remo: 24 players left - McClung is still in the lead"

 Fakiry26/10/2011 10:50:20 GMT
This McClung is an announced winner! He already had an advantage of 500,000 chips to the 2nd yesterday, and now his difference is of 1.1 million chips. Tomorrow he will get the chips of all the other 23 opponents! Ok, its not that easy, but it seems to me that he is doing a great job at this EPT, who can say he doesn’t deserve to win this tourney?
 Serpang26/10/2011 13:10:21 GMT
Remember..... poker is very unpredictable game, too early guest who will win. Many time I saw chipleader at this fase not win, LOL Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile
 Macubaas26/10/2011 15:25:47 GMT
You don't see too often this, i mean he is the chip leader for a long period of time for this part of the tournament...

Usually all players that are in the lead when there are only 80 or players left in the game will lose that position when the tournaments have the last 30 players in.

Lets hope he will take the first prize too.

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