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WPT Alpha8 London: Hedge Fund Millionaire Leads After Day 1

Tags: Hedge Fund, Talal Shakerchi, WPT Alpha8.
Posted on 07 October 2014 by "T".

A total of 15 players entered the World Poker Tour Alpha8 London event for £60,000 each, and 5 players re-entered the tournament during Day 1's eight levels of play. 

Talal Shakerchi, a self-made hedge fund millionaire worth an estimated £100 million and a regular in the biggest poker games in Europe, bagged up the largest stack (385k) amongst the 11 players that survived the day. The total prize pool is currently £1,160,000, but it might grow bigger as the re-entry option is available until the end of Level 9.

Below are the players that will return at 3pm local time today and continue the road towards the final table.

Table 1

Seat 1: Isaac Haxton - 297,500 (124bb)
Seat 2: {Empty}
Seat 3: Erik Seidel - 21,100 (9bb)
Seat 4: Philipp Gruissem - 148,400 (62bb)
Seat 5: Dan Colman - 235,400 (98bb)
Seat 6: {Empty}
Seat 7: {Empty}
Seat 8: Talal Shakerchi - 385,000 (160bb)

Table 2

Seat 1: {Empty}
Seat 2: Fabian Quoss - 49,700 (21bb)
Seat 3: {Empty}
Seat 4: Vladimir Troyanovskiy - 218,600 (91bb)
Seat 5: Stephen Chidwick - 229,300 (96bb)
Seat 6: Christoph Vogelsang - 150,000 (63bb)
Seat 7: Igor Kurganov - 159,600 (67bb)
Seat 8: Sam Trickett - 127,600 (53bb)

 


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2 comments for "WPT Alpha8 London: Hedge Fund Millionaire Leads After Day 1"

 doubletop77708/10/2014 09:10:54 GMT
What a list of names we have here and these players must have played in the biggest cash games in the world, i would love to see some of the games they play behind closed doors
 klash2308/10/2014 13:49:10 GMT
These two tables have a great selection of players but if you had to choose a table to join in this event which table would you prefer?
Daniel Cates,Max Altergott joined the game after this stage to make it even harder but the person to be avoiding this year is obviously Dan Colman and the end result certainly showed that.

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