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EPT London: 24 out of 691 remain - Swede leads the field

Tags: benny spindler, ept london, per hildebrand, pokerstars, sebastian blom.
Posted on 05 October 2011 by "T".

Yesterday, when Day 4 was about to start, there were 3 Englishmen in the top of the field - James Mitchell, Sam Macdonald & Martins Adeniya. Mitchell and Adeniya made it through Day 4 together with another 22 players, however, they are no longer in the very top. The new chip leader is Mattias Bergstrom from Sweden with 1,838,000 chips, closely followed by Adria Balaguer from Spain (1,828,000) and Pascal Hartmann from Germany (1,8 million).

There are still some familiar faces left in the tournament - Benny Spindler (Day 1 and 2 chip leader), Per Hildebrand (one of the guys behind Terminal Poker), Team PokerStars Pro Juan Manuel Pastor (last Team PokerStars Pro in the tournament) and Sebastian Blom (big brother of the almighty Viktor "Isildur1" Blom).

Day 5, which kicks off in a couple of hours, will be played down to a final table and then go on a break until tomorrow. No matter who makes it to the final table tomorrow, we can expect it to be one of the most interesting final tables on the 2011 European Tour since the winner will walk away with amazing £750,00 - about €874k!


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2 comments on "EPT London: 24 out of 691 remain - Swede leads the field"

 Fakiry05/10/2011 18:25:56 GMT
Sebastian Blom is still in the game... i think if i was him i would ask for some advices to the brother. Things are running well, but with this smaller field, aggressiveness got to come out, and nothing like Isildur to show how to do it to ihs brother!
 Macubaas06/10/2011 20:27:13 GMT
Benny "Toweliestar" Spindler took down the EPT London Main Event title and £750.000 just moments ago.

Spindler outlasted Epic Poker League Pro/Am winner Steve O'Dwyer in the Heads-Up play, when his A-K held against O'Dwyer's K-J.

EPT London Main Event final results (691 players, buy-in £5.200):

1. Benny Spindler, Germany, £750,000
2. Steve O'Dwyer, USA, £465,000
3. Andre Klebanov, Germany, £265,000

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