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EPT Monaco: Nick Yunis leads the way into Day 2

Tags: ept monaco, Martin Kabrhel, nick yunis, phil ivey.
Posted on 27 April 2012 by "T".

Both Day 1a and Day 1b have now been completed and around 400 players will return to the tables today and play Day 2. Nick Yunis from Chile will sit down with the largest stack today (191,700) and his closest opponents are Ivan Kudriavtcev (186,200) and Andoni Larrabe Sánchez (181,300) - all from from Day 1b. Martin Kabrhel, Day 1a chip leader, can now be found in 4th place (167k stack).

There is still a long way to go for all the remaining players as the money bubble won't burst until only 95 players remain. Then all remaining players will be guaranteed €15,000 each - peanuts for all players who paid cash to enter the tournament (€10,000 buy-in). The "lucky" players who reach the final table will play for some serious cash tough! The winner will take home amazing €1,500,000, the second place pays €900,000 and the 3rd place finisher gets €545,000. Expect it to be an extremely thrilling final table!


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7 comments on "EPT Monaco: Nick Yunis leads the way into Day 2"

 Fakiry27/04/2012 12:22:25 GMT
The top ten of EPT Monaco still have to suffer a lot if they want to guarantee their presence in the paid places, more than 75% of the players will leave with their pockets €10,000 lighter, can’t believe that doesn’t make a difference to any of them…
 Chartoule27/04/2012 13:24:44 GMT
15k euros to be in the money in a MTT with 10k buy-in? I think is a little low price.

The real incredible is the top 3 prices. And the 'distance' between the places 355k-600k euros!!! The play in the final table will be so much tight, i think.
 bullettooth128/04/2012 12:49:58 GMT
what type of pay structure are they using? seems a bit weird for such a big buy in doesnt it?
would be nice to appear in a big buy in live tourny tho.
maybe i'l win a place in one one day Big Smile im not holding my breath tho.
 K0_ot28/04/2012 13:02:35 GMT
Nice prizes)) It's really amazing
 Macubaas28/04/2012 15:53:59 GMT
This EPT is very, very interesting and i'm really curious to see who will be ale to hit the final table...

I must admit that these EPT attracted the biggest names so far of the poker world so the action is top notch!
 GIOMi628/04/2012 21:44:40 GMT
That is life changing money if you win this tournament, I hope that the poker player from Chile wins it, because I am also from Latin-America. Keep it up.
 noonlion29/04/2012 21:19:12 GMT
mega payday for winner - when it comes to heads up if the chip stack leaders i marginal over 2nd place its gonna take hours for the title to be decided unless theres a badbeat.

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