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WPT Copenhagen: 18 Players Remain. New Chip Leader!

Tags: copenhagen, Frei Dilling Kjaer, Peter Jepson, Stanislav Barshak, Steve ODwyer, world poker tour, wpt.
Posted on 16 November 2012 by "T".

The final table of the 2012 WPT Copenhagen Main Event is not far away now as only 18 players remain. Stanislav Barshak (picture), from the U.S., is the current chip leader with 830,000 chips and Frei Dilling Kjaer, the Day 3 chip leader, is ranked 3rd with 691,000 chips. Barshak and Kjaer will be joined by the likes of Peter Jepson and WPT National Series Denmark winner Steve O'Dwyer.

Day 4 kicks off in couple of hours and the average stack is 381,666. All 18 players are guaranteed to take home a minimum of $10,587 each - with the chance of laying hands on the $229,938 first place prize. Below is the Day 4 seat draw:

Table One

Seat 1: Jimmy Jonsson - 494,000
Seat 2: Niclas Martinsson - 307,000
Seat 3: Stanislav Barshak - 830,000
Seat 4: Robin Ylitalo - 329,000
Seat 5: Christian Honore - 95,000
Seat 6: Kenny Kousgaard - 131,000
Seat 7: Steve O'Dwyer - 110,000
Seat 8: Frei Dilling Kjaer - 691,000
Seat 9: Martin Tonnesen - 477,000

Table Two

Seat 1: Peter Jepson - 250,000
Seat 2: Birkan Cakar - 265,000
Seat 3: Jan Djerberg - 719,000
Seat 4: Claus Nielsen - 141,000
Seat 5: Thor Drexel - 268,000
Seat 6: Jens Kerper - 628,000
Seat 7: Emil Olsson - 302,000
Seat 8: Morten Klein - 349,000
Seat 9: Philip Jacobson - 501,000a

 


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6 comments for "WPT Copenhagen: 18 Players Remain. New Chip Leader! "

 Sorin88816/11/2012 12:16:14 GMT
After 3 days of play at the WPT Copenhagen, the 229-player field is down to just 2 tables. The remaining players are already in the money, but they won't be satisfied without taking home the $229,938 first-place prize.The top stacks still left in the WPT Copenhagen are fairly close to each other; no single player has dominated the field
 DZaharov16/11/2012 18:33:25 GMT
Could not go! I play bad)))
 Sorin88817/11/2012 13:34:08 GMT
After 4 days of play, the first-ever WPT Copenhagen has reached a final table. All 6 remaining players will take home over $40,000 for making it this far, but just one will become a WPT Champion.
Who made the final table?
Emil Olsson (2,208,000 chips)
Stanislav Barshak (1,597,000 chips)
Robin Ylitalo (934,000 chips)
Jan Djerberg (824,000 chips)
Philip Jacobsen (650,000 chips)
Morten Klein (568,000 chips)
The final table l begun at 12:00 CET, and you can follow it either via the WPT's live updates or by watching the live stream with Jesse May commentating.
 Fakiry17/11/2012 15:00:36 GMT
Things are now different in the top of the rank, but there's still a lot to play. I see that many players have similar number of chips and, with the blinds rising, things turn more difficult, looks like there are many players who still haven't started playing more loose aggressive, but now they will have to. I had big hopes on Steve O'Dwyer, but things aren't running very well...
 Weenie17/11/2012 20:28:56 GMT
hmm I dont know even one on final table.. I should watch more poker on television Smile but there is still Negreanu, Brunson, Mercier, Ivey, Helmuth, Dwan, etc.. Big Smile
 Sorin88818/11/2012 14:50:45 GMT
Emil Olsson is the WPT Copenhagen Champion

Swedish Emil Olsson entered the WPT Copenhagen final table first in chips, and on Saturday he held onto that lead to secure a victory. For his accomplishment he received $229,938, including a $25,000 WPT Championship seat.

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