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« on: October 03, 2008, 12:58:38 PM »

Welcome back for Day 2 of the London EPT from here at the Vic.

The survivors from the two Day ones will reconvene in the below formation with several notables near the top of the rankings.

Max Pescatori, Julian Thew and Sorel Mizzi are all lurking with intent near the top of the leaderboard and it will be fascinating to see who can take charge and soar to the top.

Without further ado here's the list of players still in the hunt for EPT glory.

A n absorbing day's poker beckons...

Erik Sjodin   Sweden       139,100    9   2
Axel Albertsson   Sweden      122,200    11   2
Huseyin Yilmaz   Turkey      121,300    2   8
Philippe D'Auteuil   Canada      118,000    2   9
Mohammed Jaber   Lebanon      101,500    4   7
Max Pescatori   Italy      99,300    10   4
Liya Gerasimova   Russia      97,400    7   2
Sorel Mizzi   Canada   PokerStars qualifier   94,300    13   7
Maxim Kats   Russia      92,800    18   4
Joao Barbosa   Portugal      90,500    13   2
Carter Gill   USA   PokerStars qualifier   81,600    9   9
Julian Thew   UK      79,700    6   2
Javier Dominguez   Spain      78,800    12   7
Antony Lellouche   France      77,900    1   8
Bernard Roy   France      76,900    5   4
Walid Rizkallah   France      73,500    2   4
Gus Hansen   Denmark      72,800    5   8
Michael Martin   USA      72,200    17   5
Babbini Simone   Italy   PokerStars qualifier   66,100    15   6
Alexander Roumeliotis   Sweden      64,700    13   1
Jamie Roberts   UK      64,000    9   8
Jeffrey Hakim   Canada   PokerStars qualifier   62,600    18   6
Ian Frazer   UK      60,700    5   5
Peter Eastgate   Danish   Sponsored   59,700    7   8
Andrew Teng   UK      59,400    8   7
Erik Friberg   Sweden      58,400    2   5
Joseph Elpayaa   USA   PokerStars qualifier   57,100    8   8
Atanas Gueorguiev   Bulgaria      55,700    12   5
Panzeri Stefano   Italy      54,500    11   6
Priyan Demel   UK      54,500    18   7
Ali Sarkeshik   Iran      54,300    17   4
Christopher Wolters   UK   PokerStars qualifier   53,600    1   4
Soren Blanner   Denmark      53,500    17   2
Christopher Moorman   UK      52,900    8   1
Ramin Henke   Germany      52,900    8   4
Eric Liu   USA      52,300    3   1
Arnaud Mattern   France      51,800    15   8
Theodoros Aidonopoulos   Cyprus      51,400    15   5
Scott Montgomery   Canada      51,300    2   2
Darrin Flint   Ireland   PokerStars player   50,300    16   6
Gregory Raymer   USA      50,100    6   1
Thuan Nguyen   USA      49,100    14   6
Raphael Kampshoff   Germany   PokerStars qualifier   46,800    11   3
Vicky Coren   UK   Team PokerStars Pro   46,700    13   4
Guillaume De la Gorce   France      45,500    7   7
Tomas Macnamara   UK      45,100    15   2
David Benyamine   France      44,800    10   2
Beth Shak   USA      44,400    4   2
Mohammed Zahour   UK      44,100    14   7
Olof Holm   Sweden      42,800    16   2
Phidias Georgiou   Cyprus   PokerStars qualifier   42,700    4   4
Georges Moussa   USA      42,700    5   6
Marcin Horecki   Poland   Team PokerStars Pro   42,500    9   3
Ran Azor   Israel      41,400    12   6
Vanessa Rousso   USA   Team PokerStars Pro   40,300    1   2
Yaron Malki   Israel      40,200    8   2
Neil Suarez   Philippines      40,100    5   1
Beniamino Speroni   Italy      39,800    4   9
Paolo Compagno   Italy      39,500    15   1
Gicquel Youn   France   PokerStars qualifier   39,200    7   9
Pascal Perrault   France      38,900    15   4
Johannes Strassman   Germany   Sponsored   38,600    11   7
Neil Channing   UK      37,800    8   6
Marcello Marigliano   Italy      37,500    9   6
Steffen Rasmussen   Denmark   PokerStars qualifier   36,900    18   5
Christopher Jetten   Canada      36,900    10   6
Jesper Hoog   Sweden      36,800    16   4
Gunnar Rabe   Sweden   PokerStars qualifier   36,400    13   9
Michael Watson   Canada   PokerStars player   34,200    10   8
Evgeny Serebryakov   Unknown      33,800    9   4
Daniel Albright   Denmark   PokerStars qualifier   33,700    2   3
Ramzi Jelassi   Sweden   PokerStars qualifier   33,100    2   6
Peter Smurfit   Ireland      32,900    8   3
Robert Firestone   USA   PokerStars qualifier   32,700    1   1
Peter Busch   USA   PokerStars qualifier   31,900    9   1
Willie Tann   UK      31,100    1   9
Stephan Kjerstad   Norway      30,800    6   4
Mark Deacon   UK   Promo winner   30,600    7   5
Michael Tureniec   Sweden   PokerStars qualifier   29,500    16   1
Mick Cook   UK      29,200    9   7
Jonas Molander   Sweden      29,000    17   1
Per Mattsson   Sweden      29,000    18   8
Toni Ojala   Finland      28,600    4   5
Jean Bellande   USA      28,600    11   1
Barry Greenstein   USA   Team PokerStars Pro   28,000    5   2
Hafiz Khan   UK   PokerStars qualifier   27,900    1   5
Stephen Ladowsky   Canada      27,900    17   7
Andres Kovacs   Hungary      27,600    14   9
Sebastian Saffari   UK   PokerStars qualifier   27,500    17   8
Rene Mouritsen   Denmark      27,500    14   2
Fredrik Keitel   UK      26,300    12   3
Franklin Diaz   Venezuela      26,200    12   1
James Reid   UK      25,800    18   1
Andrew Rees   UK   PokerStars qualifier   25,700    5   9
Pier Ruscalla   Italy      25,000    18   2
Denes Kalo   Hungary   PokerStars qualifier   24,500    11   4
Gualter Salles   Brazilian   Sponsored   24,300    8   9
Andre Johnstone   South Africa      24,000    14   4
Paul Dack   UK      23,900    12   9
Andre Akkari   Brazil   Team PokerStars Pro   23,700    14   3
Oscar Schweinbarth   Germany      23,500    10   9
Chris Bruce   UK   PokerStars player   23,100    6   9
Tim Witte   Germany   PokerStars player    23,100    13   3
Tony Cascarino   Ireland      22,900    4   1
Robert Willis   Ireland   PokerStars player   22,700    3   7
Kathy Liebert   USA   Sponsored    22,700    11   9
Sondre Horgmo   Norway      22,700    13   6
Christian Grundtvig   Denmark   PokerStars qualifier   22,400    3   8
Frode Gjesdal   Norway   PokerStars qualifier   22,300    9   5
Jerzy Hajdamowicz   Holland      21,900    3   5
Isaac Haxton   USA   PokerStars player   21,400    3   6
Roland De Wolfe   UK   PokerStars player   21,400    7   6
Alex Kravchenko   Russia   Team PokerStars Pro   21,300    2   1
Joseph Mouawad   Lebanon      21,100    3   4
Allan Baekke   Denmark      20,900    10   1
Fuad Serhan   Jordan      20,600    1   6
Davor Lanini   Italy      20,600    3   2
Bruno Martin   France      20,400    4   6
Charles Berreby   France      20,400    5   3
Justin Truesdell   USA   PokerStars qualifier   19,900    8   5
Timothy Pennington   Unknown      19,900    12   4
Carlo Gabriele   Italy   PokerStars qualifier   19,700    10   3
Thomas Fougeron   France      19,600    11   8
Pasquale Braco   UK      19,600    18   3
Michael Ellis   UK      19,500    2   7
Nicholas Romanello   UK      18,800    6   5
Isabelle Mercier   Canada   Team PokerStars Pro   18,400    6   3
Alexia Portal   France      18,400    10   5
Florant Aubert   France      17,800    7   4
Stephen Chidwick   UK      17,700    17   6
Graham Pound   UK      17,100    4   3
Brian Green   Costa Rica   PokerStars player   16,800    7   1
Alexander Jung   Germany   PokerStars qualifier   16,800    11   5
Andrea Benelli   Italy      16,300    12   8
Percy Ward   UK      16,100    14   8
John Dwyer   Ireland      15,900    16   5
Jonathan Heath   UK   PokerStars player   15,600    15   7
Yevgeniy Timoshenko   USA      15,200    13   5
Thomas Puccio   USA   PokerStars qualifier   15,100    7   3
Pawel Chmiel   Poland   PokerStars player   14,900    1   3
Nicholas Levi   France      14,600    15   3
Jeff Kimber   UK   PokerStars player   14,500    16   7
Edward Holden   UK      14,300    16   3
Denis Patout   France      13,700    3   9
Georges Yazbeck   Lebanon      13,300    6   8
Mark Crocker   UK   PokerStars qualifier   13,200    1   7
Charles Chattha   UK      13,000    14   1
Rumit Somaiya   UK      12,400    12   2
Jonathan Aguiar   USA   PokerStars player   12,300    4   8
Jean Frohle   France      12,200    16   8
Antto Lohvansuu   Finland   PokerStars qualifier   11,500    3   3
Colin Leighton   Unknown      11,300    10   7
Paul Parker   UK      11,100    6   6
Joe Grech   UK      10,800    6   7
Fredrick Primileius   Unknown      9,400    5   7
Jannick Wrang   Denmark   PokerStars qualifier   9,100    17   3
Ville Wahlbeck   Finland      9,100    14   5
Victor Ramdin   USA   Team PokerStars Pro   7,900    13   8
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« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2008, 01:07:33 PM »

Good luck to moomin, julain and stevie444 please :-)
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« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2008, 01:12:49 PM »

I'm a little bit confused...see post from Day 1:

Fossilman Buried

Greg Raymer is OUT! The former WSOP main event winner was very unlucky too...Holding Q-9 he saw a flop of 8-T-J. They don't come much better than that!

He got his stack in against his opponent who held T-J and was in great shape for an early double through till a Jack hit the river to fill his opponent up and send the Fossilman spiralling out of this EPT.

Raymer looked upset, almost to the point of tears but ever the graceful ambassador of poker, he left with his dignity intact while his lucky opponent swept up his stack.

Here he is moments before that fateful hand...



Then see this from today's chip counts:

Welcome back for Day 2 of the London EPT from here at the Vic.

The survivors from the two Day ones will reconvene in the below formation with several notables near the top of the rankings.

Without further ado here's the list of players still in the hunt for EPT glory.

A n absorbing day's poker beckons...

Christopher Moorman   UK      52,900    8   1
Ramin Henke   Germany      52,900    8   4
Eric Liu   USA      52,300    3   1
Arnaud Mattern   France      51,800    15   8
Theodoros Aidonopoulos   Cyprus      51,400    15   5
Scott Montgomery   Canada      51,300    2   2
Darrin Flint   Ireland   PokerStars player   50,300    16   6
Gregory Raymer   USA      50,100    6   1
Thuan Nguyen   USA      49,100    14   6
Raphael Kampshoff   Germany   PokerStars qualifier   46,800    11   3

Are there 2 Fossilman's in the building??
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« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2008, 01:15:34 PM »

Hello everybody ! Is it possible to follow those people please ?

Arnaud Mattern   France      51,800    15   8
David Benyamine   France      44,800    10   2
Vanessa Rousso   USA   Team PokerStars Pro   40,300    1   2
Pascal Perrault   France      38,900    15   4
Isabelle Mercier   Canada   Team PokerStars Pro   18,400    6   3
Alexia Portal   France      18,400    10   5
Nicholas Levi   France      14,600    15   3
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« Reply #4 on: October 03, 2008, 01:27:00 PM »

  Floppy & JC

  to Vicky C
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« Reply #5 on: October 03, 2008, 01:34:08 PM »

    Come on Mark ( REALDEAL ) Deacon   
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« Reply #6 on: October 03, 2008, 02:19:54 PM »

Hello everybody ! Is it possible to follow those people please ?

Arnaud Mattern   France      51,800    15   8
David Benyamine   France      44,800    10   2
Vanessa Rousso   USA   Team PokerStars Pro   40,300    1   2
Pascal Perrault   France      38,900    15   4
Isabelle Mercier   Canada   Team PokerStars Pro   18,400    6   3
Alexia Portal   France      18,400    10   5
Nicholas Levi   France      14,600    15   3


Roughly translated as "Tell me how the French and/or pretty players are doing please?" SmileySmiley

Anyway, one of your picks Isabelle Mercier has just been all-in.

She shoved UTG with pocket nines, but was looked up and was in bad shape versus her opponent's pocket tens...

The flop fell an innocuous 6-7-Q and it looked like we were about to lose Ms Mercier.

The turn however was a massive stroke of good fortune for Isabelle, a beautiful NINE spiking to make her a set and almost guarantee a double through for the popular player.

Unfortunately what poker giveth, poker taketh away sometimes, and an eight on the river was cruel, completing her opponent's inside straight draw.

Ultimately justice was done in this hand, although it was harsh that the cards conspired to raise her hopes before dashing them so finally...

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« Reply #7 on: October 03, 2008, 02:21:25 PM »

It's tight in there, tighter than a super tight thing, like an elephant trying to squeeze down the alleyway. Nonetheless, we're struggling onward.

Chris Moorman has not had the greatest of starts, he check/raised all-in on an 8-5-2 board with A-5 only to be called by 4-3 which got there with running clubs. Moorman did his best impression of a sick as a parrot face without even trying.

Meanwhile French friends Arnaud Mattern and Nicolas Levi are sharing the same table, Nicolas telling me a hand where Arnaud raised from UTG, with the big blind calling.

5-3-5

The big blind leads out for 2,200 and Arnaud raises to 6,500. Call.

5

Now the big blind bets 12,000 and this time Arnaud just flat-calls.

6

The big blind checks, and Arnaud moves all-in for 35k. After some serious head-scratchery, the big blind folds. Arnaud cheekily shows A-Q.

Levi, "He played it well, even I was convinced he had it."
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« Reply #8 on: October 03, 2008, 02:22:48 PM »

Raymer is not in, clearly part of the list is wrong.
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« Reply #9 on: October 03, 2008, 02:25:59 PM »

who was the opponent who won the pot from isabelle mercier, just wondering cos i know Nicki Romanello is on the same table as her

was it him?

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« Reply #10 on: October 03, 2008, 02:26:45 PM »

I'm a little bit confused...see post from Day 1:

Fossilman Buried

Greg Raymer is OUT! The former WSOP main event winner was very unlucky too...Holding Q-9 he saw a flop of 8-T-J. They don't come much better than that!

He got his stack in against his opponent who held T-J and was in great shape for an early double through till a Jack hit the river to fill his opponent up and send the Fossilman spiralling out of this EPT.

Raymer looked upset, almost to the point of tears but ever the graceful ambassador of poker, he left with his dignity intact while his lucky opponent swept up his stack.

Here he is moments before that fateful hand...



Then see this from today's chip counts:

Welcome back for Day 2 of the London EPT from here at the Vic.

The survivors from the two Day ones will reconvene in the below formation with several notables near the top of the rankings.

Without further ado here's the list of players still in the hunt for EPT glory.

A n absorbing day's poker beckons...

Christopher Moorman   UK      52,900    8   1
Ramin Henke   Germany      52,900    8   4
Eric Liu   USA      52,300    3   1
Arnaud Mattern   France      51,800    15   8
Theodoros Aidonopoulos   Cyprus      51,400    15   5
Scott Montgomery   Canada      51,300    2   2
Darrin Flint   Ireland   PokerStars player   50,300    16   6
Gregory Raymer   USA      50,100    6   1
Thuan Nguyen   USA      49,100    14   6
Raphael Kampshoff   Germany   PokerStars qualifier   46,800    11   3

Are there 2 Fossilman's in the building??

Yes, a bit of an oddity this one. At first glance at the list of chip counts Pokerstars provided us, it would appear someone had dug up fossilman, polished him up and put him back in the display cabinet, but NO!

The former WSOP Main Event champion was eliminated on Day 1. The player who has been erroneously omitted is Tyler Reiman.

Raymer, Reiman...you can see how it happened.
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« Reply #11 on: October 03, 2008, 02:28:21 PM »

Good Luck to Julian (not that he needs it) lol.
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« Reply #12 on: October 03, 2008, 02:57:04 PM »

Bad news in the cardroom for supporters of the UK players as two of the big names have fallen in quick succession.

First up former World Heads Up Champion and GUKPT winner Jeff Kimber is OUT.

With not many chips, K-J in late position looked good enough to make a move with, only for Jeff to be shot down in a hail of bullets( well two of them) as he ran into Aces and failed to get lucky.

GG Jeff.



Next up Chris Moorman was found shaking his head on the rail muttering "**** this game" and looking thoroughly distraught.

Following up from the 4-3 hand Floppy described where his opponent hit a backdoor flush for a whopping 90k pot (sick!), this hand happened.

Chris still had 30k left after that and when his opponent raised it up from late position, Chris looked down at A-9 in the big blind.

He felt like he was too deep to reraise so just flat called and they went to the flop heads up.

The flop came Two Diamonds Two Clubs (Chris held the .)

He check called a bet...

The turn was the .

"I checked hoping to check raise, but he checked behind..."

The river was the three diamonds giving Chris the nut flush.

"I bet out and he shoved...I thought I should fold it but f**k it, I just lost a 90k pot, so I called and he showed for a straight flush!"

"That's enough, I'm going on holiday to Greece. No laptops, nothing, just going to get away..."

I suggested maybe Chris should call up his new friend Mike Matusow for advice on how to handle bad beats, but he didn't look too impressed...

So a sick ending for the online prodigy but he'll be back soon I'm sure, new tan and new-found optimism in tow...

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« Reply #13 on: October 03, 2008, 03:09:04 PM »

Michael Martin has had a real boost to his stack, getting it all-in preflop with against Hafiz Khan's and navigating a board, we'd estimate he's over the 100k mark now.

Meanwhile in a hand between Tomas Macnamara and Theodoros Aidonopoulos, the river goes check check on the three clubs board with Macnamara flipping for the rivered straight after he checked behind beating the Cypriot's . Max Pescatori makes a face like he's stuck in the lift and someone else has farted when he sees the river wasn't bet.
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« Reply #14 on: October 03, 2008, 03:10:11 PM »

Shark Promises To Bite Back



Humberto Brenes, the shark wielding Costa Rican, played in the EPT but was unable to make an impression.

Humberto often grabs headlines for his outspoken and comical demeanor at the table, but this sometimes masks the fact he is one of the top tournament players in the world. He has $5.5 million in tournament winnings, 2 bracelets and an enormous string of cashes stretching back 20 years.

I grabbed a few words with the controversial star in the Vic today. He was disappointed with how things went in the EPT but had this to say "My record here [in europe] is no good but I promise you this. It will get better. I will be back and you will see Humberto win some poker tournaments!"

There was a steely glint in the Costa Rican's eye as he said that, as if he dared you to defy him.

Personally I believe him!
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