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EPT Prague: Abbas Moradi Leads Final 67

Tags: Abbas Moradi, EPT Prague.
Posted on 14 December 2015 by "T".

Abbas Moradi - leftDay 4 of the EPT Prague Main Event will see the return of 67 players (total entrants: 1,044 - prize pool: €5,063,400). The plan is to play down to 16 players and move one step closer to Wednesday's final table - where a trophy and €921,540 is awaiting the winner!

Canada's Abbas Moradi is the chip leader with $1.38 million heading into Day 4. There are another five players with seven-figure stacks, and they are: Preben Stokkan (1,175,000) is his closest challenger, whilst Vlado Banicevic (1,096,000), Samuel Vousden (1,010,000) and Hossein Ensan (1,120,000).

There are still a few familiar faces among the remaining squad of players, including Niall Farrell (828,000) and Sam Chartier (817,000). Here are some that made the money but won't return today: Vitaly Lunkin (150th), Dara O'Kearney (148th), Rainer Kempe (144th), Anton Wigg (133rd), Jorma Nuutinen (126th), Jannick Wrang (125th), Johnny Lodden (117th), Juha Helppi (114th), Joseph El Khoury (108th), Ollie Price (97th), Ivan Soshnikov (89th), Jude Ainsworth (84th), Elena Stover (82nd), Adrian Mateos (81st), Sam Greenwood (80th), Bryan Paris (79th), Ruben Visser (77th) and Matthias De Meulder (74th).

 


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3 comments for "EPT Prague: Abbas Moradi Leads Final 67"

 doubletop77714/12/2015 09:26:56 GMT
There have been quite a few big names that have already crashed out in this Tournament, just going to show how extremely difficult these things are to win. Good luck to all left in
 pochui14/12/2015 10:06:09 GMT
well this is really an amazing tourney and players that bough into it must feel like they are on top of the world, but should understand that they must make piece within their inner-self and the surrounding environment. also they must think about reducing co2 emissions during the tournament.
 bowie198414/12/2015 13:11:29 GMT
Posted by pochui:
... they must make piece within their inner-self and the surrounding environment. also they must think about reducing co2 emissions during the tournament.

Well, they are not gambling on a conference in Paris, so the second part is highly unlikely especially if they all gonna go home with airplanes sans the czech playas.

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