It took four levels of play for 106 players to become 45 players at the third day of the EPT London Main Event. None of the survivors were former main event winners or Team PokerStars Pros, but there are quite a few interesting names left in the mix - including Day 2 chip leader Tudor Purice (825k), EPT London Super High Roller finalist Timothy Adams (271k), poker legend David "Devilfish" Ulliot (250k) and Viktor Blom's big brother Sebastian Blom (216k).
The remaining 45 players are guaranteed a minimum payday of £11,425 with the chance of going all the way to the title and laying hands on the first prize of £560,980! The current chip leader is Martin Kozlov with 1,351,000. Besides Kozlov, only another two players (Ludovic Geilich and David Yan) will bring over a million chips into Day 4.
We will be back tomorrow morning with another brief update!