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EPT Malta High Roller: Nick Petrangelo Leads Final 18

Tags: Davidi Kitai, EPT Malta, Mike McDonald, Nick Petrangelo, Steve ODwyer.
Posted on 28 March 2015 by "T".

Ten levels were completed on the second day of the €10k High Roller, and it was American poker pro Nick Petrangelo (1.1 million USD in live tournament earnings) who bagged up the chip lead when the day came to an end. Petrangelo will bring 1.66 million chips to the final day and is up against another 17 players for the title, the €597,000 first-place prize and a luxurious SLYDE watch.

This event saw a field of 304 entries, of which 15 were new entries on Day 2. However, none of the new entries managed to make it through to Day 3. Among the remaining 18 players, who are already guaranteed to take home €32,300 each, one can find big names such as Davidi Kitai (734,000), Mike McDonald (765,000), and Steve O'Dwyer (629,000).

We will be back with a final table recap on Monday morning.


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4 comments on "EPT Malta High Roller: Nick Petrangelo Leads Final 18"

 klash2328/03/2015 15:44:54 GMT
Down to 18 players already?That was very quick.Steve O'Dwyer always seems to do very well in these high rollers and Mike McDonald is capable of winning any tournament so it will be an exciting end to the tournament.
 doubletop77729/03/2015 09:30:22 GMT
This tournament has has a very big entry considering the the price of the buy in, showing that the poker scene is still very healthy. Steve O'Dwyer would be my pick to win
 klash2329/03/2015 14:46:31 GMT
It is all over and the winner was the American David Peters,not someone I have seen or heard about but he has been around for a very long time and won $5million in live tournaments.Well done for a good win.
 bowie198406/04/2015 01:44:09 GMT
The €597,000 first-place prize and a luxurious SLYDE watch are both a desirable product to have it in the end, but what is with this current trend giving away watches and stuff? Do these clock companies really need these sponsor deals at all? It's not like every other pro isn't going to pawn theirs when they will be in need of some quick dough.

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