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EPT Prague: Max Silver Leads Last 22 in Main Event; Lacay Eliminated in 33rd Place

Tags: ept prague, Ludovic Lacay, Max Silver
Posted on 17 December 2013 by "T".

22 of 61 players made it through Day 4 of the EPT Prague Main Event and unfortunately Ludovic Lacay, the 2012 EPT Sanremo winner, is no longer in the contest. The French poker star had a decent chip lead when Day 4 kicked off and he picked up where he'd left off in Day 3. However, things changed drastically when he called Max Silver's all-in with pocket kings. Silver showed the best starting hand in the game of Texas Hold'em and Lacay ended up losing a significant chunk of his stack. Eventually, Lacay bused in 33rd place by Ori Hansson.

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EPT Prague: 61 Players Remain - Ludovic Lacay Looking To Make History

Tags: EPT Prague, Ludovic Lacay, pokerstars
Posted on 16 December 2013 by "T".

The fourth day of PokerStars European Poker Tour Prague Main Event kicks off in a few hours time. There are 61 players left (out of 1,007 entries) in the tournament and Frenchman Ludovic Lacay is the chip leader with 1.7 million chips - about half a million more than his closest opponent in the chip counts!

Besides having played several final tables at World Series of Poker and World Poker Tour, he has an EPT Main Event title (2012 EPT Sanremo) to his name. If he ends up taking down this tournament, then he will became the first player ever to win two EPT Main Event titles! Add to that, he would take home an incredible €889,000 first prize!



PartyPoker WPT Montreal: Poker Babe Lily Kiletto Among final 18

Tags: Amir Babakhani, Jonathan Little, Lily Kiletto, Ludovic Lacay, party poker, wpt montreal
Posted on 04 December 2013 by "T".

The Main Event's player field was narrowed down from 59 to the final 18 in just six hours in Day 3, and the survivors will return to the poker tables in a few hours to battle it out for the 6 spots at the televised final table - where the winner will take home half a million dollars!

The current chip leader is Sylvain Sibert who eliminated several players in Day 3 to accumulate the top stack of 2.9 million. Other players that will bring +2 million stacks to Day 4 include Derrick Rosenbarger (2,875,000), Alexandre Lavigne (2,197,000), Antoine Berube (2,156,000), Marco Cannizzaro (2,156,000) and Mukul Pahuja (2,003,000)

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PartyPoker WPT Montreal: Ludovic Lacay Leads Final 59

Tags: Guillaume Darcourt, Ludovic Lacay, PartyPoker WPT Montreal, Victor Ramdin
Posted on 03 December 2013 by "T".

Only 59 of 862 players remain after two days (well, four days if you include the starting days) of intensive poker at the PartyPoker World Poker Tour Montreal Main Event.

Although a lot of big names fell during Day 2, including Phil Laak, Matt Salsberg, Gavin Smith and Antonio Esfandiari, there are still quite a few familiar faces left in the mix of players who still have the chance of going all the way to the title and the top prize of half a million dollars!

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2013 WSOPE: 70 Players Remain in The Main Event

Tags: benny spindler, daniel negreanu, Faraz Jaka 2013 WSOPE, Ludovic Lacay
Posted on 22 October 2013 by "T".

A total of 375 participants entered the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe Main event for €10,450 each and created a €3.6 million prize pool. The player field has been narrowed down to 70 players over the past two days of play and Dominik Nitsche (504k) is the chip leader heading to Day 3.

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2013 WSOPE: Noah Schwartz Wins Gold On The Third Attempt!

Tags: 2013 WSOPE Paris, Ludovic Lacay, Noah Schwartz
Posted on 21 October 2013 by "T".

Some people say that 3 is the magic number. Noaha Schwartz is most probably one of those people now given that he won his first gold bracelet last Saturday at his third career WSOP final table!

Schwartz, who finished 2nd in a bracelet event this summer and 4th in Event #3 at the 2013 WSOPE, had the chip lead when the final day of Event #6: €3,250 Mixed Max Pot-Limit Omaha kicked off and made it to heads-up against Ludovic Lacay after several hours of play.

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WPT Venice: Kara Scott and Mike Sexton Close In On The Final Table

Tags: kara scott, Ludovic Lacay, Matt Salsberg, mike sexton, wpt venice
Posted on 29 March 2013 by "T".

The third day of the World Poker Tour Venice main event was kind of slow and not as action-packed as one might have hoped for. The day started with 36-players and, after some hours of play, 18 of them were still standing when the tournament director called it a day. Mike Sexton, Kara Scott, Ludovic Lacay and Matt Salsberg all made it through the day with healthy stacks while Daniel "Jungleman" Cates, Liv Boeree and Marvin Rettenmaier were sent packing.

All the remaining players are now guaranteed a minimum payday of $7,975 each. The plan for Day 4 is to play down to 6 players, who will battle it out on the televised final table this weekend. It's very likely that one or two big names will make it there and battle for the first prize of $180,097!



EPT Sanremo: Two-Way Deal On The Main Event Final Table!

Tags: ept sanremo, final table, Jason Lavallee, Ludovic Lacay, main event
Posted on 12 October 2012 by "T".

It ended up being Jason Lavallee and Ludovic Lacay who battled it out for the EPT Sanremo main event title yesterday. The heads up battle began after the two players agreed a deal - €644,910 to Lacay and €538,089 to Lavallee, with €100,000 and a Slyde watch left to play for. It was set to be a short match. Sure enought, it only took about 40 minutes until a winner had been crowned...

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