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EPT Berlin - Day 1a is over: Cristian Dragomir leads the field

Tags: Christian Dragomir, ept berlin, Martin Jacobson.
Posted on 06 April 2011 by "T".

Yesterday EPT Berlin began. 315 players, all full of hope to survive the day with a large stack, signed up for the first starting day of the Main Event. Martin Jacobson, Jeff Sarwer, Antonio Buonanno and Mathias Kuerschner were 4 of the players whose chip stacks took the center stage during the day. All of them had over 150,000 chips at different times of the day.

When Day 1a almost had come to an end it seemed like Martin Jacobson, from Sweden, would be the chip leader with a 177k stack. But 4 players passed Jacobson and instead it was Romanian Christian Dragomir (picture) who finished the day with the largest stack. Dragomir sent Benny Spindler to the rail in the last five hands and finished the day with 205,500 chips.


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7 comments on "EPT Berlin - Day 1a is over: Cristian Dragomir leads the field"

 ZmxPowah06/04/2011 09:28:56 GMT
Don't know anyone mentioned in that post :<
To bad players I know are out already... sucks.
 dealmeout106/04/2011 11:49:28 GMT
To bad players I know are out already... really sucks. next time good luck
 Fakiry06/04/2011 12:42:50 GMT
There is still a lot to play in Berlin, and with a reasonable field of starting players, btw. Lets see if Jacobson can handle till the final and perhaps pass some of his direct oponents.
 jannikske06/04/2011 21:50:50 GMT
Matin Jacobson, i wish you a lot of luck!!
 RoChupacabra10/04/2011 12:00:50 GMT
Dragomir <3
 Macubaas10/04/2011 12:24:48 GMT
Here is an update for those interested. The final table looks like this:

Final eight:

Seat 1. Maximilian Heinzelmann - 4,970,000
Seat 2. Martin Jacobson - 2,085,000
Seat 3. Vadzim Kursevich - 4,345,000
Seat 4. Darren Kramer - 2,235,000
Seat 5. Armin Mette - 2,185,000
Seat 6. Joep van den Bijgaart - 1,060,000
Seat 7. Ben Wilinofsky - 5,225,000
Seat 8. Jonas Gutteck - 1,025,000

Here are the payouts:

1st - €825,000
2nd - €500,000
3rd - €300,000
4th - €230,000
5th - €180,000
6th - €140,000
7th - €100,000
8th - €66,000

I think Martin has the highest change to get the first prize.

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