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2 EPT Champs on the WPT Venice Final Table

Tags: David Vamplew, main event, Maxim Lykov, wpt venice.
Posted on 08 February 2011 by "T".

After 4 days of poker, the final table of World Poker Tour Venice is set! In the lead is no one else than the 2010 EPT London winner, David Vamplew (picture). However, he's not the only EPT winner on the final table. Maxim Lykov, winner of 2009 EPT Kiev, has also made it to the final table with a big stack, however, he's almost 2 million chips behind David Vamplew who has accumulated 4.1 million chips. It will be a very interesting final table where everyone is guaranteed at least €31k each and the winner will get €380k.

1. David Vamplew, 4 100 000
2. Alessio Isaia, 2 910 000
3. Szabolcs Mayer, 2 585 00

4. Maxim Lykov, 2 175 000
5. Adrien Garrigues, 1 555 000

6. Emmanuel Rodrigues, 1 465 000

7. Luca Fiorini, 470 000

8. Paolini Renato, 405 000

 


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4 comments for "2 EPT Champs on the WPT Venice Final Table"

 mazas08/02/2011 12:29:58 GMT
so its seams great company was at the final table
hope Lykov show his real profita and poker skill and take another victory and take home his trophy again
good luck all and have fun
 Fakiry08/02/2011 15:57:35 GMT
Many people who read this can think David Vamplew will repeat the title, but this final table has another champ and, besides that, six of the eight players are very close in chips. If one of them has a chance to double, it will easily be side by side with the David. I am sure it will be a very tight game for this six, and the other two will try everything in a better hand to go up to a better prize.

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Many people who read this can think David Vamplew will repeat the title, but this final table has another champ and, besides that, six of the eight players are very close in chips. If one of them has a chance to double, it will easily be side by side with the David. I am sure it will be a very tight game for this six, and the other two will try everything in a better hand to go up to a better prize.
 ZmxPowah09/02/2011 05:43:19 GMT
Up - to same posts?
31k€ on final table for last place kinda small ^^.
How much was buy-in to that tournament?
 arkstfan09/02/2011 06:38:19 GMT
Have not heard of Vamplew. Lykov is scary good though, really love the way he plays poker. Should be a good final table to say the least.

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