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EPT Berlin High Roller: 45 Players Through To Day 2

Tags: ept berlin, highroller, Max Lykov, Paul Volpe, Ronny Voth, Scott Seiver.
Posted on 26 April 2013 by "T".

On Thursday, Ronny Voth was eliminated from the main event after 4 days of play (50th place - €15,000), but the German pro had no plans whatsoever to take a break from poker given that he signed up for the €10,000 buy-in High Roller event. He and another 135 players battled it out for several hours before the tournament director called it a day.

Believe or not, but Voth finished the day with the largest stack (607,500 chips) - just like he did after the first day of the main event! It will will be interesting to follow him during Day 2 of the tournament, because he's playing extremely well at the moment and really deserves a nice cash this time!

45 players will return to play this afternoon and registration will be remain open until Day 2 begins, which means that the prize pool might become even greater! Below are the top 10 players of the tournament:

1 Ronny Voth 607,500
2 AP Phahurat 498,500
3 Max Lykov 445,800
4 Griffin Benger 382,200
5 Scott Seiver 333,400
6 Igor Kurganov 319,500
7 Georgios Karakousis 304,200
8 Davidi Kitai 209,000
9 Christopher Brammer 191,400
10 Paul Volpe 185,000

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3 comments on "EPT Berlin High Roller: 45 Players Through To Day 2"

 Macubaas26/04/2013 17:21:11 GMT
If i look on that top 10 chip count of the day i think the biggest favs out there are Scott Seiver and Volpe that had some great result lately.

I think i'll watch the final table if it will be live streamed. A record will also be good.
 Fakiry27/04/2013 15:54:04 GMT
50th taking €15k? Huge!!! Ronny Voth just got himself enough to pay the buy-in of High Roller event and he still keeps €5k for a gift for his wife! Whatever he might get from the high roller will all be profit!!!
 Sorin88829/04/2013 05:31:04 GMT
Griffin Benger wins EPT Berlin High Roller,140 entries in total and a final table which included James Mitchell, Aaron Lim, Max Lykov and Scott Seiver.
The Canadian Griffin Benger, better known as 'Flush_Entity' online, defeated WSOP APAC bracelet winner Aaron Lim heads-up for the title and €429,000.

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