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EPT Grand Final: Russian High Roller Leads Final 123

Tags: Annette Obrestad, EPT Grand Final, Gus Hansen, pokerstars, Steve ODwyer, Viktor Blom, Vladimir Troyanovskiy.
Posted on 29 April 2014 by "T".

Vladimir TroyanovskiyAnother day is in the books at the 2014 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final Main Event. After six 75-minute levels of play in Day 2, Russia's Vladimir Troyanovskiy bagged up the largest stack (450,500) amongst the 123 remaining players. Troyanovskiy is a regular in the Super High Roller and High Roller tournaments on the European Poker Tour and, believe it or not, he played final tables in both of them at the 2013 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.

Unfortunately, lots of superstars in the world of poker hit the rail during day2 - just to mention a few: Antonio Esfandiari, Eugene Katchalov, ElkY, Phil Ivey, Annette Obrestad, Gus Hansen, Viktor Blom and Liv Boeree and defending champion Steve O'Dwyer.

Although O'Dwyer won't be able to defend the title, Johnny Lodden, who played this tournament's final table last year, will return for Day 3 today. Lodden is currently ranked in 9th place with a stack of 326,500! It will be interesting to see if the Norwegian Team PokerStars Pro will make back-to-back EPT Grand Final final tables! There's a long way to go, but nothing is impossible in the poker world!

Now, after registration closed when Day 2 kicked off, the final number of players stand at 650. This means that the total prize pool is €6.5 million! 95 players will receive a slice of the prize pool and the winner will take home a hefty €1,240,000!

 

 


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6 comments for "EPT Grand Final: Russian High Roller Leads Final 123"

 doubletop77729/04/2014 09:20:51 GMT
Johnny Lodden is having another real good run in this tournament and his turn around in fortunes seems to be continuing. A lot of superstars have been eliminated so whoever wins this will have earned it
 bowie198429/04/2014 17:51:18 GMT
"After six 75-minute levels of play in Day 2, Russia's Vladimir Troyanovskiy bagged up the largest stack (450,500) amongst the 123 remaining players. Troyanovskiy is a regular in the Super High Roller and High Roller tournaments on the European Poker Tour and, believe it or not, he played final tables in both of them at the 2013 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure."

Until the EU or the USA take away all of his money because of what Putin's do (or going to do?) in Ukraine.
 ddblt197030/04/2014 12:28:49 GMT
Vladimir is a great man, always fun to watch the table where he plays.

 Macubaas01/05/2014 20:14:34 GMT
I hope Johnny will manage to win this event lol

I also heard about the russian that is chip leader for the moment some time ago when he participated to another live event but i think he barely was ITM in that one.

I will definately watch the action on this event Smile
 noonlion01/05/2014 20:31:39 GMT
Lodden for the title!
A whole bunch of big names gone - makes it interesting for all the rest as they are top top players. Technically it shoudl be easier as there are weaker players, but I dunno if that effect happens in these big tournies.
 ddblt197002/05/2014 14:32:24 GMT
It will be interesting until the very end.

In poker there is nothing certain before the game ends.

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