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EPT London: Steve O'Dwyer Leads Final 15

Tags: ept london, Nicolas Chouity, pokerstars, Steve ODwyer, Team PokerStars Pro, Theo Jorgensen.
Posted on 15 March 2013 by "T".

Day 4 ended up being a short day of poker as the field of 32 players only had to be cut in half to 16. However, 15 players remained when the tournament crew called it a day and the American poker pro Steve O'Dwyer had the largest stack (2,279,000).

Team PokerStars Pro Theo Jorgensen, Chris Moorman (best known for 2 runner-up finishes in 2011: WSOPE Cannes Main Event and WSOP $10k NLHE Six-Handed Championship), Nicolas Chouity (EPT Grand Final winner, WCOOP and SCOOP winner) also made it through to Day 5. No matter what happens during Day 5 - it still looks like we will have a very good final table this weekend! 

Table 1
Seat 2. Steve O'Dwyer, United States, 2,124,000
Seat 3. Mantas Visockis, Lithuania, 915,000
Seat 4. Tamer Kamel, United Kingdom, 2,115,000
Seat 5. Christopher Frank, Germany, PokerStars qualifier, 821,000
Seat 6. Mikhail Korotkikh, Russia, 1,372,000
Seat 7. Theo Jorgensen, Denmark, Team PokerStars Pro, 1,474,000
Seat 8. Niall Farrell, United Kingdom, 1,581,000

Table 2
Seat 1. Bassel Moussa, Lebanon, PokerStars qualifier, 685,000
Seat 2. Nicolas Chouity, Lebanon, PokerStars qualifier, 2,124,000
Seat 3. Olof Haglund, Sweden, 453,000
Seat 4. Daniel Erlandsson, Sweden, 700,000
Seat 5. Pasi Sormunen, Finland, 1,834,000
Seat 6. Chris Moorman, United Kingdom, 1,061,000
Seat 7. Ruben Visser, Netherlands, PokerStars qualifier, 827,000
Seat 8. David Colin, France, 1,088,000


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5 comments on "EPT London: Steve O''Dwyer Leads Final 15"

 Fakiry15/03/2013 14:21:37 GMT
I think i remember to read that Vikto Blom was also running at this tourney, although he wasn't in any prominent place. I don't know if he even got to those final 32, but i can see now that he has no place on the last 16. Things look close at these two tables, chip leader isn't very well defined and there are still a lot of chips to redistribute before the final table can be found.
 rafiko115/03/2013 21:32:42 GMT
I saw Steve O'Dwyer play today on the live stream provided by Pokerstars.
He looked calm, had a chiplead and played with the table from what I've seen.
I think he has a shot on it if he continues to stay aggressive and overrun the players.

Theo Jorgenssen sat on the same table and played also good.
You don't see the hole cards by the live streaming, which is annoying because you can't really tell if the moves are good or not.
Only when there is a showdown you can tell.
 Sorin88816/03/2013 11:14:40 GMT
The final 8 players at the EPT London include Steve O'Dwyer, Ruben Visser, Theo Jorgensen, and Chris Moorman. Who will win the £700,000 first-place prize?
American poker pro Steve O'Dwyer with 5,270,000 chips. O'Dwyer has over $3 million in lifetime live tournament earnings, and his biggest score came from this very event in 2011, when he finished second. He'll be very hungry to improve upon that result.
 kjngpoker16/03/2013 15:04:10 GMT
observe him, i realize that he blufs very well. so good bluf
 Sorin88818/03/2013 14:51:36 GMT
Afer 6 days of play, Dutch Ruben Visser has triumphed over a 647-player field - including an extremely tough final table - to become the EPT London champion.
The final table at this week's EPT London was full of exceptional poker talent. Four of the eight final tablists had career tournament earnings exceeding $1 million, and the other four all showed their competence on the felt during this event.

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