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14

EPT London: Jorgensen, Obrestad and Mercier Among Final 32

Tags: 2013, Anette Obrestad, ept london, Jason Mercier, Steve ODwyer, Team PokerStars Pro, Theo Jorgensen.
Posted on 14 March 2013 by "T".

Day 4 of EPT London will kick off in a few hours time and there are only 32 players remaining. The plan for Day 4 is to play down to 16 players, who tomorrow will continue the road leading up to the final table (Day 5).

Now, we have a new chip leader heading into Day 4 and it is Pasi Sormunen, from Finland, with 1,578,000 and former EPT Montle Carlo winner Nicolas Chouity is not far behind with a stack of 1,413,00 chips.

Full Tilt Poker's Viktor Blom and Team PokerStars Pro Liv Boeree were two of the biggest names that didn't make it through Day 3, however, there are still some well-known players left: Team PokerStars Pro Theo Jorgensen, Steve O'Dwyer, former EPT champs Mike McDonald and Jason Mercier, Chris Moorman, Anette Obrestad and Day 4 chip leader Mantas Visockis.

The remaining players are guaranteed a minimum payday of £15,000, with the chance of winning up to £700,000! Make sure to check our news tomorrow for recap of Day 4.

 


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3 comments for "EPT London: Jorgensen, Obrestad and Mercier Among Final 32"

 bullettooth114/03/2013 10:24:58 GMT
Great to see some well known pro's in the last 32l.
I bet MarcWinz will be well happy to see his girl doing so well Big Smile Thumbs Up
Good luck Annette Obrestad Big Smile
 Sorin88815/03/2013 07:55:26 GMT
32 players began on Day 4 of the EPT London, but only 15 survived to advance to Day 5. On Friday, those 15 will return to play down to an 8-handed final table, and the remaining players will be another step closer to the £700,000 first-place prize.
 Fakiry15/03/2013 14:32:39 GMT
If i would bet on someone to win this, at this moment, i think i would bet on Jason Mercier, who have given proves of the capabilities at the tables and it's also a known name, which makes him someone to be scared of, when siting near him.

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