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WPT Venice: Ludovic Lacay leads the way to Day 3

Tags: daniel cates, Kara Scott, Liv Boeree, Marvin Rettenmaier, Mike Sexton, wpt Venice: Ludovic lacay.
Posted on 28 March 2013 by "T".

The plan for Day 2 was to play six 90-minute levels of poker, but the tournament director had to stop the action earlier when only 36-players remained. Ludovic Lacay (2012 EPT San Remo winner) finished day with the chip lead (351,400) and Mike Sexton (241,500) and Marvin Rettenmaier (187,700) also made it through the day with big stacks. Besides the players mentioned above, Kara Scott, Matt Salsberg, Giacomo Fundaro, Liv Boeree and Dan "Jungleman" Cates made it through Day 2.

The average stack is 144,166 and there are many players with plenty of chips to gamble with, so it's very hard to predict what will happen during Day 3. One thing is certain, though: it will be a very entertaining day of poker with so many well known faces racing towards the final table - where a first prize of $180,097 is up for grabs!

 

 


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4 comments for "WPT Venice: Ludovic Lacay leads the way to Day 3"

 PokerDonV7328/03/2013 11:32:12 GMT
He is well known Winamax pro, winner of last year's EPT San Remo main event, he bagged up 351,400 after a dominant day at the felt to sit a good 60k ahead of second-place Lauri Pesonen.
 kilak28/03/2013 13:39:34 GMT
Good to see Liv Boeree hanging on in there.. Lodovic is such a good front runner, final table is definitely on the cards for him.
 Sorin88828/03/2013 15:13:50 GMT
Phil Hellmuth arrived at the casino on a gondola dressed in a traditional Venetian costume.
Despite his flamboyant entrance, Phil's display was less impressive and after just one level he'd surrendered his chips to the man who would finish the day on top: Fernando Cimaglia.
 Fakiry28/03/2013 16:59:09 GMT
It will be hard for Lacay to handle the lead, being such a tight field in terms of stacks. I guess the lead may change a lot of times as battles that rich all-ins may happen between many different players along the way.

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