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feb
21

American leads the EPT Copenhagen Main Event

Tags: ept copenhagen, pokerstars, Steve ODwyer, viktor blom.
Posted on 21 February 2012 by "T".

Yesterday (at around 20:00 CET) Day 1a of the EPT Copenhagen Main Event came to an end with 48 survivors. The chip leader comes from the other side of the atlantic ocean and his name is Steve O'Dwyer. O'Dwyer, who finished second in EPT London, will bring 190,975 to Day 2 and he has the experience to go all the way to the final table.

But most certainly he won't get to keep the chip lead for long as Day 1b kicks off in a few hours and the organizers are expecting double the Day 1a field. Apart from that, the second starting day will be much more interesting to follow as action-loving players such as Viktor "Isildur1" Blom will take part.

TOP 5 players at the end of Day 1a:

Steve O'Dwyer 190,975
Lauri Varonen 165,150
Roberto Romanello 115,475
Ilkin Amirov 105,000
Niels van Alphen 96,325

We will be back with a new EPT Copenhagen update tomorrow morning! 

 


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4 comments for "American leads the EPT Copenhagen Main Event"

 Fakiry21/02/2012 13:25:46 GMT
Red alert: Europe is under attack, Americans are trying to control us, look at them taking all the fortune, fame and glory from European tourneys. Lets hope Blom can do some good work today to see if he sends the yankee home. Just kidding, Americans still rules in terms of poker, although Europeans are showing each time more trumps.
 kwasac21/02/2012 14:25:35 GMT
I think its time for Isildur1 to show that he is not good at cashgame only.... Big Smile or maybe not!
 kingjack21/02/2012 15:15:53 GMT
maybe not Smile))
 GIOMi622/02/2012 02:22:39 GMT
I wish Steve O'Dwyer good luck and hopefully he will remain the chipleader in the rest of the tournament, because now he has a lot of pressure on him.

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