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EPT London High Roller: Volpe's Winning Streak Continues...

Tags: ept london, high roller, JC Alvarado, paul volpe, scott seiver, vicky coren.
Posted on 15 March 2013 by "T".

On Thursday, the EPT London High Roller with a £10,300 buy-in (rebuy) kicked off. The tournament saw 127 entries and approximatly 75 players remained after 8 levels of play. Paul Volpe is the chip leader (239,000 chips) heading into Day 2 of the tournament. Volpe has been running extremely good in the past 3 weeks or so. Two weeks ago he finished second in the WPT L.A. Main Event for $651,170, then he finished third in the WPT Bay 101 Shooting Star Main Event for $435,610 last weekend.

We might see more entries today as players can register for the tournament until 11:45 am. Below are the top 10 stacks when the second day kicks off (in a few hours time).

1.Paul Volpe 239,000
2.Vicky Coren 211,700
3.Davidi Kitai 171,700
4.Gautam Sabharwal 170,700
5.Ognjen Sekularac 168,000
6.Dimitar Danchev 162,800
7.JC Alvarado 159,600
8.Ramin Hajiyev 155,500
9.David Boyaciyan 149,400
10.Scott Seiver 140,000



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5 comments on "EPT London High Roller: Volpe''s Winning Streak Continues..."

 bullettooth115/03/2013 10:34:48 GMT
Nice to see Vicky Coren up there doing well Big Smile
Gooooooooo Vicky Coren Gooo! lol
 rafiko115/03/2013 13:36:33 GMT
And Davidi Kitai as well.

I also like Vicky Coren. She's really nice. She once responded to me on Pokerstars chat lol when I asked her something.
 Fakiry15/03/2013 14:17:05 GMT
Paul Volpe is doing very nice, and if he's someone who likes old sayings, he must have the head full with "This is the third time, this is it". But a sentence only has value on itself, nothing beyound that. He's registering his third nice starting at a tourney in three weeks time. Geting to the paid places is the first objective of any player when he goes for a tourney, the second one is winning it. Volpe made it very well in two and. althgouh he have been close to win, he didn't won any. Now he is going nice again, but again i say: if he gets to the paid places, that will already be nice!
 Macubaas16/03/2013 18:20:33 GMT
Congratulations for Paul, he is defiantely on a heater right now Big Smile

It's great to see that from tournament to another more and more talented live tournament players appear on the big poker scene Smile

 Sorin88818/03/2013 14:50:14 GMT
British amateur Talal Shakerchi won EPT High Roller and collect his £436,300 top prize.
Final rankings
1 Talal Shakerchi £436,330
2 Faraz Jaka £241,670
3 Fabian Quoss £147,690
4 Paul Volpe £107,410
5 Gautam Sabharwal £87,270
6 Vicky Coren £67,130
7 JC Alvarado £53,700
8 Eric Sfez £40,280
9 Dimitar Danchev £29,540

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