The final table is getting closer and closer as only 23 players remain after 4 days of play at the 2013 EPT Deauville Main Event. Like all the other days, Day 5 will have a new chip leader: Cyril Andre (picture) from France with 2,108,000 chips! His closest opponent is Remi Castaignon with 1,997,000.
The remaining 23 players, all of whom are guaranteed €23,000, will return to the tables in a few hours and play until 8 remain (guaranteed a minimum payday of €60k each). The final table will be played on Saturday and there's a €770,000 first-place prize up for grabs!
Having €23k guaranteed is peanuts compared with what they've paid to enter the event, these guys will only be a little bit happy if they manage to take a place on the final table. I don't know Cyril Andre, but by the picture he seem not to have a great poker face! Maybe that's his trick
The final table is formed at EPT Deauville and Remi Castaignon holds one of the biggest chip leads ever seen on the tour(more than 40% of the chips in play).Five of the players at the final table are making their first recorded live cash, and they are all guaranteed €60,000 at a minimum.
Congratulations to Remi Castaignon of France, the 2013 EPT Deauville Champion. With most of the remaining finalists holding 20 big blinds or less, the action was suitably fast. Final Rankings 1st Remi Castaignon €770,000 2nd Walid Bou Habib €475,000 3rd Robert Romeo €275,000 4th Enrico Rudelitz €215,000 5th Franck Kalfon €165,000 6th Joseph El Khoury €125,000 7th Noel Gaens €87,800 8th Jeffrey Hakim €60,000
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