EPT London Main Event: 16 Players Remaing; Jake Cody In Second Place
EPT London, Jake Cody.
Posted on 17 October 2014 by "T".
Just as expected it didn't take long for 36 players to become two tables of 16 players on Day 4 of the EPT London Main Event. Once again the tournament had a new chip leader when Day 4 concluded: Sebastian Pauli, Germany, with 2.7 million chips.
Team PokerStars Pro and triple crown holder Jake Cody, from UK, bagged up the second largest stack (2,291,000). Cody now has a great chance of becoming the second player in history after Victoria Coren to win two EPT Main Events!
Besides Cody, world-known players as Kevin MacPhee (869,000) and Benny Spindler (195,000) will return to play today. Notables that didn't make it through Day 4 were Mickey Petersen, Christian Favale, Sergio Aido, Marc-Andre Ladouceur, Fatima Moreira de Melo and Liv Boeree.
Check back Monday morning for a final table recap.
6 comments for "EPT London Main Event: 16 Players Remaing; Jake Cody In Second Place"
| doubletop777||17/10/2014 08:43:21 GMT|
| Jake Cody must have a great chance of becoming only the second player to win two EPT events. I was hoping that Liv Boeree would last until the final table but it wasnt to be|
| klash23||17/10/2014 14:57:27 GMT|
| Last time I looked at EPT the final two tables were drawn as follows;|
1 1 Pablo Gordillo (Spain) 1,077,000
1 2 Sebastian Pauli (Germany) 2,674,000
1 3 Simon Deadman (United Kingdom) 732,000
1 4 Yann Pineau (France) 900,000
1 5 Artur Koren (Germany) 1,865,000
1 6 Jonas Lauck (Germany) 840,000
1 7 Jake Cody (United Kingdom) 2,291,000
1 8 Raffaele Sorrentino (Italy) 1,948,000
2 1 Gino Gabriel (United Kingdom) 1,247,000
2 2 Benny Spindler (Germany) 195,000
2 3 Ognyan Dimov (Bulgaria) 552,000
2 4 Jakub Mroczek (Poland) 1,623,000
2 5 Jonathan Bensadoun (France) 1,469,000
2 6 Kevin Killeen (Ireland) 906,000
2 7 Joao Vieira (Portugal) 1,117,000
2 8 Kevin MacPhee (United States) 869,000
Pablo is still going strong and is on a streak and as usual there are lots of Germans in the mix.
| shokaku||17/10/2014 15:56:34 GMT|
| They are down to eleven players now. Quite a big difference in stack sizes by now, as the cipleader has roughly 10 times the chips of the smallest stack still in the game. ~4.9 mio vs ~500k.|
| highyeah||17/10/2014 17:28:00 GMT|
| only 8 players now and the final table :|
1 : Jonathan Bensadoun (France) 2 335 000
2 : Jake Cody (UK) 2 260 000
3 : Kevin MacPhee (USA) 2 430 000
4 : Artur Koren (Allemagne) 2 420 000
5 : Kevin Killeen (Irlande) 2 470 000
6 : Pablo Gordillo (Espagne) 970 000
7 : Sebastian Pauli (Allemagne) 6 135 000
8 : Jakub Mroczek (Pologne) 1 335 000
and the winner takes 499 700£
| klash23||17/10/2014 20:42:26 GMT|
| I notice Kevin MacPhee has won quite a lot of chips since I last looked he was among the short stacks but he is a very good player and could win this.|
I don't think I have ever seen the chip leader Sebastian Pauli before,though according to Hendon Mob he did win 50k in an EPT a couple of months ago and if he is friends with all the other German players then I'm sure he will do well.
| shokaku||19/10/2014 10:25:25 GMT|
| Sebastian Pauli took it down. Not surprisingly, as he had a huge chip lead throughout the final table. Most of the time 2-3 times the amount of the 2nd largest stack. Last hand was AQ vs AT, all in preflop. No hits.|
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