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Malta Poker Festival Grand Event Day 2 Recap

Sunday 1st May saw an epic day of poker action at the Malta Poker Festival Grand Event as 273 became just 18 after a mammoth day of play here at the Portomaso Casino. A strong cohort of 73 PokerDeals patched players competing in the PokerDeals Last Longer made it to Day 2 . These have surprisingly been cut down to just two players standing , vying for who will win the free ticket to the next Malta Poker Festival Grand Event: Robert Lim & Federico Pizzazz They are also of course, more importantly, competing for some serious payouts, at the top of the pile is the glory prize itself, 1st place , rewarding €71,000 and of course, the Malta Poker Festival trophy ! Pawel Zawadowicz is the man to catch right now, leading by over 2 million chips with his stack of 7,820,000 in chips. Let's check in on how our PokerDeals Last Longer players and others were doing in the late-night action. We dropped in on the final six tables as they were rapidly slashed back to just three, across the late hours of Day 2 , and it didn't take long for us to witness some serious brutality. In fact we counted at least 17 eliminations across less than 90 minutes of play, in the final field of 45 players. That's pretty rapid, even for a Texas Hold'em tournament. Some of these spots were simply unavoidable of course, just your classic coolers. For a case in point we could look at the elimination of Cosimo de Gennaro at the hands of Jasper Van Moorsel . A simple matter of TT running into AA preflop, Big Blind vs. Button . Nothing to be done about it, and when the board ran out 9♠8 ♥ 3 ♥ 7♠ K ♦ there was no shame in this Italian's walk from the arena. Cosimo de Gennaro Another all-in hand we bore witness to featured the Daniel Lakerveid being despatched by PokerDeals Last Longer competitor Federico Cirillo , when Lakerveid's BB hand K ♥ 6 ♥ failed to get there all-in against Cirillo's K♠J♣ from the Button . Federico Cirillo Another all-in shove from a short stack was Nicolaj D'Antoni's K ♦ 7 ♦ getting it in against the A♠4♠ of the seemingly indestructible Pawel Zawadowicz , the board running out a hopeless 9♣J ♥ Q ♥ 6 ♦ 9 ♥ to secure Zawadowicz the win with just Ace high. Pawel Zawadowicz But there was worse to come, at least for PokerDeals patched player Paul Morris , who had the spot players live (and die) for, A ♥ A♣ in the Big Blind facing action when short-stacked. Who knows, he might have flatted against one, but when Jordan Dumas opens Cutoff and James Clarke decides to come along from the Small Blind , and you're sitting on well under 15bbs , a jam seems very acceptable, and that's just what Morris did. Paul Morris After consideration Dumas decided to stick around with Q♣J♣ , Clarke got out the way and the flop thundered down around Morris' head, 8 ♥ J♠J ♦ . The turn and river had nothing more to offer Morris as they fell an irrelevant 5 and 7 of ♠s . It's rough when you've grinded for days to get there, but it's all part of this game we love, and this is why we are in it for the long run! One other hand of note came from canny players Jason Shellum and Mantas Petrauskas as they negotiated a 3 ♥ 4♣6♠ 3 ♦ Q ♦ board. Petrauskas had bet all the way, and he didn't let up on the river, putting Shellum to a major question with his river bet of 600k . Shellum went deep into the tank. He was down there a while, he may have had an oxygen mask on. Eventually someone at the table called time on Shellum , and it was during that final minute of decision-making that he found the call, with, wait for it… AJ offsuit . And he was good, Petrauskas quickly mucking. "A hero call!” someone nearby remarked to him. "A hero read!” was his quick reply. We literally couldn't be more excited for Day 3 , the final day of this Grand Event today kicking off at 2pm, and a fascinating end to this highly competitive Grand Event . We'll have more coverage of the day coming out this evening on our PokerDeals Live Reporting page. Also if you'd like to see even more videos, photos and social interaction covering the event, please do join us on our PokerDeals Facebook Page !

2 May
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18 Remain In the Malta Poker Festival Grand Event: Day 3 Chip Counts

Just 18 players remain standing at the end of this long Day 2 in the Malta Poker Festival Grand Event , playing out 12 levels across the day and seeing numerous poker pros and recreational players alike bite the dust. The largest stack leading the field for going into Day 3 is Polish player Pawel Zawadowicz who by the end of the night had put together an impressive stack of 7,820,000 , over 2 million ahead of the next player in the leaderboard. Only two contenders for the PokerDeals Last Longer promotion now remain standing out of the remaining 18, and these are Robert Lim from the United Kingdom, working a stack of 2,020,000 chips, and Italian Federico Petruzzelli , sitting on 2,385,000 . With blinds ending for Day 2 at an eye-watering 40k/80k with an 80k BB ante , a mere 4.5bbs currently separate these players. Who will capture the free ticket for the next Malta Poker Festival Grand Event , and who will be left winning the runner-up prize of an awesome PokerDeals hoodie? Only Day 3 will tell, and we'll also find out who will win the first prize in this Grand Event, an awesome €71,000 ! Here is the full seat draw for Day 2 of the Malta Poker Festival Grand Event: Malta Poker Festival Grand Event Day 3 Chipcount Entries: 1.014 Players left: 18 PLAYER CHIPCOUNT 1 ZAWADOWICZ PAWEL 7,820,000 2 KANE STEPHEN OLIVER 5,365,000 3 DA SILVA CHRISTOPHER 4,865,000 4 NINIS GEORGIOS 4,360,000 5 CLARKE JAMES MICHAEL 3,190,000 6 VAN MOORSEL JASPER ARTHUR 3,155,000 7 LAKERVEID DANIEL M 2,855,000 8 PETRAUSKAS MANTAS 2,425,000 9 PETRUZZELLI FEDERICO 2,385,000 10 LIM ROBERT JR CABRAL 2,020,000 11 FRENCH DOMINICK LEON 1,750,000 12 SIMON GYORGI 1,685,000 13 CHEUNG HO TIEN 1,670,000 14 TUCZYNSKI PIOTR 1,595,000 15 DUMAS JORDAN BERRAND MANUEL 1,510,000 16 IOSUB DRAGOS-GABRIEL 1,400,000 17 LANGFIELDT NICOLAY 1,370,000 18 MUSACCHIA MARIO 1,350,000 PokerDeals Live Reporting will be covering the latest as we head into the Final Day of this Grand Event . We also put up a ton more photos and videos of the event, over on our PokerDeals Facebook Page !

2 May
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Malta Poker Festival Grand Event Day 2 Updates

273 players returned to Day 2 of the Malta Poker Festival Grand Event today, all aimed at that final table, but all also aware of the bubble, with 151 players to be paid in this one. The event has seen a record 1,019 entrants, building a prize pool of over €480k, with a first prize of €71,000 to play for. Nemo Israel returns with the biggest stack, with no-one else across the six Day 1 flights able to amass the monster stack of 667k which he built on Day 1b. PokerDeals Last Longer participants were out in force, with 76 of the remaining players on Day 2 sporting PokerDeals patches. Blinds recommenced at 2,500/5,000 with a 5,000 BB ante , as the game kicked off at 2pm today. We took a tour of the poker room as the all-important bubble approached, with key hands going down left, right and centre. With just a handful of players left to be eliminated before the minimum cash of €1,100 kicked in, no-one wanted to go home now. Nonetheless, stacks were getting short, tempers arguably shorter, and the all-ins were coming thick and fast. After all, sometimes you just have to get it in! Heading into a short break one table remained running long into the 15-minute break. At it sat two players, side by side, seats two and three, alone with their thoughts, their chips and their dealer. These two had come into the pot as UTG and UTG+1 , in a 3bet pot. Now the whole board was out there, 4♠T♠4 ♦ , T ♥ , 2 ♥ , PokerDeals patch-wearer Stavros Tsakas had bet 70k and Gregory Luttke-Grech was deep in the tank. After several minutes he put his opponent all in. Now it was Tsakas' turn to tank, which he did for what felt like an age, before finally and clearly reluctantly folding. Leaping up to take the last minutes of his short break, Luttke-Grech gleefully tabled K ♦ Q ♥ for a stone-cold bluff. Stavros Tsakas Robert Lim, who came into Day 2 as the PokerDeals Last Longer participant with the biggest stack, was busy getting it in good against his opponents when we passed by. This time it really helped the whole field, as he casually eliminated Romain Nardin with his A ♥ K ♦ against Nardin's A ♦ Q♠, remarking, "I'm running good at the moment, lots of big hands!". Robert Lim Whilst another all-in went the way of the short stack, with Andras Halasi doubling with his A♣Q♠ against Yohann Girondin's K♣K ♥ when an Ace spiked the turn, over on an adjacent table an even more eye-popping hand was taking place, albeit not all-in. In a 550k pot with the board reading 3♠K ♦ 7♠ K♣ 2 ♦ , Paul Morris moved all-in on the river, for his last 220k . The Button, none other than Luttke-Grech once again, was deep in the tank. With dozens of staff, media and spectators who had drifted over during hand-for-hand observing, he talked himself into the call. The bad news came fast - Morris tabled A ♥ A♠ . Luttke-Grech mucked, but not before flashing his cards. Some swear he held A8o , but this reporter saw A3o , a Hero call either way! Paul Morris Minutes later there was much more drama at the same table. This time it was Stavros Tsakas again but up against Soner Vanelderen. The players got it in preflop, with things looking tame enough, with both tabling AK suited, Tsakas with diamonds, Vanelderen in spades. The flop brought both players a straight with T♠Q ♥ J ♦ , but the turn and river were to prove cruel , bringing as they did the 3♠ and then the killerfor Tsakas , the 4♠ , eliciting a collective gasp from the room. A brutal way to exit indeed, and with just one more left to go out before the money. Soner Vanelderen The final hand was not far off, either. On a board of 5 ♥ 3♣8♠ Terje Bremseth, a well-known, affable and friendly member of the live poker scene, was all-in in the Cutoff , and he was called, by Ridvan Kilincaslan . Ridvan Kilincaslan Terje Bremseth tabled A♣K♠ , Kilincaslan replied by turning over 6♠6♣ and the T♣, 3♠ runout was no help to Bremseth who exited this one as the bubble boy. We're sure we'll see him smiling in many another live poker event, however! Terje Bremseth We'll be putting out a recap tomorrow at PokerDeals Live Reporting covering all the late-game action in this huge Day 2 . Also be sure to hit up the PokerDeals Facebook page for more coverage, video footage, and lots more photos of the day's action! by Lucky Luke Some images courtesy of MaltaPokerFestival.com

1 May
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Malta Poker Festival “Ladies First!” Event Has an Amazing Vibe

The "Ladies First!” Event at the Malta Poker Festival , supported by the excellent Women's Poker Association was a great success here at the Portomaso Casino. 75 players registered for the event, which paid the top nine. We dropped in on the event, held in the main arena, to catch some hands that went down during the final two tables and at the FT. Ivonne Montealegre managed to get it in with a great spot when she held A ♥ K ♥ , coming in behind an open shove from J ♥ T♣ and a call from 6♣6 ♥ . The board ran out A ♦ 4 ♦ 9♠ T♣ 3♣ to secure Montealegre the triple-up. Ivonne Montealegre Pia Pless from Denmark also had a huge spot with A ♥ K♠ , this one on the Final Table, winning out against 4♣4 ♥ for a huge pot on a J♠T♠2 ♥ A♠ 7 ♥ runout. Pia Pless Christina Read was involved in a series of big hands at the Final Table, getting it in against Ilana Belsky for a 400k pot with her A ♦ J ♦ versus Belsky's K♠Q♣ , with the 8♣3 ♥ 4 ♦ K ♥ J♣ securing the win for Belsky . Ilana Belsky Pia Pless eventually got very short-stacked and ended up getting in her last few big blinds with A ♦ 7♠ but running into 6 ♦ 6♣ and could not get there on a T ♥ 4 ♦ Q♣ K ♥ 8♠ board, exiting in fourth place. The final three players agreed to a chop, playing on for the trophy. Eventually Christina Read and Ivonne Montealegre were left heads-up and agreed to a further deal, with Read taking the trophy, and the two players dealing out one final hand to decide who took the remaining cash, which Montealegre won. Christina Read The "Ladies First!” was a spirited, friendly event which did wonders for representing women in live poker, which we can all agree we'd like to see more of! For more coverage of the awesome M alta Poker Festival check out PokerDeals Live Reporting and join us on the PokerDeals Facebook Page ! by Lucky Luke

1 May
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Malta Poker Festival Grand Event Day 1e / 1f Recap

The Malta Poker Festival was pure fire on Saturday as the last flights took place for the Grand Event, Day 1e and the turbo leg, Day 1f . These saw 248 and 69 runners respectively, and we took a tour of the late night action to see how our PokerDeals Last Longer players were holding up out there. We caught PokerDeals patched player Daryl Benton in a big spot against Thibaut Habitant-Evrat , well most folk would agree it doesn't get much bigger than all-in in this game! Benton's KhQ ♦ was up against Habitant-Evrat's A ♥ 9♠, and as the board ran out 3 ♦ T♠5 ♦ T ♦ 7 ♥ there was no luck for Benton who doubled up his short-stacked opponent. Daryl Benton Another all-in across the room saw Flaviano Lonobille reshoving 48k from the Big Blind into the 5k open of his opponent Morten Johansen and getting a call. Lonobille tabled 5♣5♠ and was of course dismayed to see Johansen flip over the 7♠7 ♥ . The board ran out a meaningless 2♠9♠T ♦ Q♠ T♠ to give both players a flush, and signal that it was time to exit for Lonobille , the shorter of the two stacks. Flaviano Lonobille Azulay Eden and Gilberto Blanco were two PokerDeals patched players who got into a big spot together, with Eden first off opening to 5.5k UTG+1, and Blanco opting to raise out of the Hijack to 15k . Eden took his time making the call, and the flop fell K ♦ Q♣4♠. Eden chose to break game flow at this point, leading out against the 3bettor with an all-in for his remaining stack, less than the pot now. Blanco wasted no time in calling, in fact he couldn't wait to get his chips in there as he turned over Q ♦ Q♠ for middle set. It was bad news for Eden who could only show K♣9♠ for top pair, and he busted out as the A♠, 2♣ runout was no further help to him. Azulay Eden Finally we saw Ali Achour taking on tablemate Fabio Aprile in a single-raised pot in which Achour had opened 7k on the Button and received a call from Aprile in the Big Blind . With the flop coming Q♠6♠Q♣ and both players checking their option, the T ♦ turn was where the action sped up. Aprile opted to fire 7k on the turn, with Achour quickly calling, and he followed it up with an 11k bet on the 6 ♦ river, a somewhat dangerous card. Seeing Achour make the call and quickly muck, asking "A six?” and seeing Aprile's tabled A♠6♣ take the pot, we can only assume Achour held either a mid pair or A high, to make the call in this spot. Ali Achour Meanwhile, in the turbo Day 1f , PokerDeals patched player Niklas Nyman was having a merry old time at his table, whether in or out of a hand. We caught up with his tablemates Jason Glatzer and Kaspar Scmid involved in a confrontation, in which Glatzer opened for 2.1k from the Cutoff and Scmid peeled on the Button . The flop brought 4 ♦ 6♠8♠ and Glatzer continuation bet for 2.7k , receiving a call. On the A♠ turn Glatzer bet again, for 5k this time and was once again called. The river finally came, the 3♠ and both players slowed down, checking their options. Scmid tabled his 4♣4 ♥ hoping to be ahead with the set, but Glatzer had backed into a flush on the river with his J♠J ♥ . Niklas Nyman The biggest fireworks hand in the Day 1f turbo has to have been a hand played between three PokerDeals Last Longer Participants. In this hand Gary Whitehead opened to 1.2k from the Hijack and Kevin Houghton flat-called in the Small Blind. Lars Viggander then opted to 3bet from the Big Blind , quite small to 3.5k, and both players called. The flop came down 7♠8♠T ♦ the blinds checked to the raiser who made it 5k to go, with Houghton flatting. Viggander wanted to raise again, however, making it 60k all-in to continue. Neither Whitehead nor Houghton were going anywhere however, with both players getting it in and showing a rare three-way all-in on the flop. Viggander tabled T♣T ♥ for top set, Whitehead had the T♠9♠ for top pair with a monster combo draw, and Houghton had 6♠5♠ for the other end of the straight flush draw! Kevin Houghton Rare enough to see a three-way all-in, it is super rare to see two players with (what they thought was) an open-ended straight flush draw, of course in this case they were blocking one another's outs, good for Viggander. It wasn't to prove good enough however, as the turn fell the 4♣ to put Houghton in front with a straight, but then the 4♠ came on the river giving him one of the loveliest hands in Texas Hold'em, a straight flush . This epic hand saw Whitehead eliminated, Viggander left running on empty with a 10k stack, and Houghton sitting pretty on 141k . He was to make the best of the situation as play continued, ending up on 241k at the end of play. We're looking forward to a huge Day 2 today as action continues at 2pm, so check out PokerDeals Live Reporting for more coverage of this fab event, and if you'd like to see more images, videos and other coverage, come check out the PokerDeals Facebook Page !

1 May
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Malta Poker Festival Grand Event Day 1e / 1f Survivors & Day 2 Seat Draw

69 players of the 248 runners in Day 1e made it through in the Malta Poker Festival Grand Event , and a small clutch of players also pulled through from the turbo leg of this Grand Event , Day 1f which faced some controversy when tournament directors decided to extend it beyond level 13 so as to reach the same average stack size as the other flight that day. Players protested but the ruling was firm, and they played on to the end of level 16 in this flight. The Day 2 seat draw is now out, revealing all the remaining stacks and where they'll be seated going into this huge Day 2 . The largest stack leading the field for Day 1e at close of play was Swede Ridvan Kilincaslan bagging 423k. Hungarian Norbert Bundik (featured in our cover image) was the largest stacked PokerDeals Last Longer Participant going through from Day 1e , progressing with 420k , and he was in good company, with patched players Eden Azulay, Massimo Chierchia, Mariano Bucca, Ori Hasson, Carl Redemo, Daryl Benton, Soner Vanelderen, Javier Casal, Barnabas Nagy, Tom Frederickx, Mattia Gentile, Marc Grobety, Nicky Molmans, Andrea Melluzzo, Federico Petruzzelli, Pavlos Benakis, Thomas Noske and Joachim Vonalt also making it. From Day 1f the best PokerDeals patched player stack was British player Kevin Houghton's , at 241k , and he went through along with fellow patched players Herman Marco, Vlantouts Kourka, Tracey Dunn andSteven Wendt . The biggest stack in Day 1f was Lithuanian Mantas Petrauskas with 434k. Here is the full seat draw for Day 2 of this Grand Event, with our awesome PokerDeals Last Longer Participants highlighted, naturally! As you can see the player leading that race for a free ticket to the very next Malta Poker Festival Grand Event in our PokerDeals promotion is UK player Robert Lim with a monstrous 502k in chips, and 76 PokerDeals patched players remain in contention. MPF GRAND EVENT DAY 2 Players 273/1014 Player Table Seat Chips ISRAEL NEMO 2 6 667,000 D'ALTERIO LUIGI 20 8 538,000 FRYDA VICTOR MACEO 18 1 522,000 KUIPER BART BORIS 5 2 512,000 LUTTKE GRECH GREGORY ANTHONY 4 3 503,000 LIM ROBERT JR CABRAL 27 4 502,000 PETRAUSKAS MANTAS 8 2 494,000 AKHOUN CHARIF 12 9 463,000 YE SIMON YILI 29 4 459,000 MORRIS PAUL ADRIAN 4 5 451,000 NINIS GEORGIOS 30 9 429,000 KILINCASLAN RIDVAN 19 9 423,000 BUNDIK NORBERT 6 2 420,000 VUJANIC TANJA 3 2 417,000 SEITZ HERBERT 14 2 404,000 ZAWADOWICZ PAWEL 1 6 399,000 BOUVIER ALEXIS SERGE VICTOR 18 6 397,000 STACKOWIAK ANTOINE DANIEL 3 1 391,000 PELLERIN TANGUY NATHANAEL JACQUES 6 3 389,000 DUMAS JORDAN BERRAND MANUEL 22 8 386,000 ZIEGLER UWE 19 3 381,000 VAN MOORSEL JASPER ARTHUR 31 5 368,000 BERTI FABIO 15 2 366,000 MIELCZAREK BARTOSZ 29 7 366,000 AZULAY EDEN 14 1 362,000 GRECH JOSEPH 25 9 353,000 DEMIRCAN SERDAR 17 9 350,000 BRUNO MASSIMO 31 3 346,000 MONAGHAN PAUL 2 8 345,000 MUSACCHIA MARIO 11 8 345,000 LANGFIELDT NICOLAY 27 2 342,000 TSAKAS STAVROS 4 2 340,000 CHIERCHIA MASSIMO 30 7 333,000 APRILE FABIO 14 4 322,000 HERNSTROM MIKAEL 21 7 319,000 ACQUART OLIVIER 17 8 315,000 HEGER PAVEL 20 5 315,000 CIRILLO FEDERICO LUCIANO 29 2 312,000 LARSEN SEBASTIAN NICOLAJ TOPS 7 2 308,000 INCARDONA SALVATORE 27 3 307,000 CLEMENT KERRIEN 2 2 306,000 THOMAS MICKAEL 28 6 305,000 GUERRERO ANTONIO 6 6 303,000 EROTOKRITOU ANDREAS 11 4 303,000 BREMSETH TERJE HUMIO 16 1 303,000 SALVINO SALVATORE 21 6 303,000 PAVLOVA TSVETELINA 25 6 296,000 BELSKY ILANA 15 9 295,000 BUCCA MARIANO 29 9 294,000 BRATT KARL PETER MIKAEL 15 5 293,000 FURNERI ALESSANDRO GIUSEPPE 4 6 286,000 BURGIO EDUARDO 8 1 283,000 PULLIAINEN SAMI ALEKSI 11 2 283,000 MANNS SASCHA 29 5 280,000 NEDERLOF LEENDERT MAARTEN HENDRIK 10 1 278,000 WESTERMARK PER CHRISTIAN 14 8 278,000 READ CHRISTINA 5 3 277,000 DOV FRIEDLAND 2 7 276,000 GOROSH NOAH 19 6 269,000 COSIC MARKO 1 3 260,000 SZOBONYA ERIK 1 5 260,000 BLANCO CRISTIANO 22 1 254,000 BARONE DARIO 2 9 253,000 KEREN CHEN HAIM 29 6 252,000 HASSON ORI 17 5 250,000 BISHARA TOMASZ MICHAL 19 8 250,000 REDEMO CARL PETTER ALEXANDER 5 9 246,000 PUSTULA JACEK 8 7 244,000 D'ANTONI NICOLAJ 1 7 242,000 SHELLUM JASON SHANE 20 4 242,000 HOUGHTON KEVIN 9 4 241,000 GREGOR JEFFREY 11 3 240,000 GALA DOMENICO 2 1 231,000 SAMBRON RICHARD GUY FRANTZ 16 5 231,000 HU DAVID JING ZHEN 7 6 230,000 SIENA ALESSANDRO 16 4 228,000 HAMMANN BENJAMIN PIERRE 21 4 228,000 PALOKANGAS MATS JOHAN FREDRIK 19 1 227,000 REUFEL ROBIN 7 7 226,000 VAT MICHEL 19 4 226,000 TODOROV ZHIVKO 4 9 225,000 ULUDAG BORA 10 4 220,000 HOOGENDIJK JAN DAAN 23 9 211,000 VANELDEREN SONER MARIO S 4 4 210,000 BENTON DARYL 9 3 210,000 CASAL FERREIRA JAVIER 19 5 209,000 HEGYI ZOLTAN 20 2 206,000 RE GABRIELE 23 7 206,000 CRESSENT AENAUD PHILIPPE PIERRE 24 7 206,000 NAGY BARNABAS 13 6 205,000 GRAVAGNA FAUSTO 21 2 205,000 HERMAN MARCO 11 5 204,000 BLOMER SEBASTIAN 15 1 203,000 DA SILVA CHRISTOPHER 16 3 202,000 GALEA RAYMOND 20 6 200,000 TORREGROSSA ADRIANO 16 7 195,000 GIANNOTTI NICOLAS YVES PAUL MARCEL 12 3 194,000 MASSON MARIO HUBERT 27 6 194,000 HARRY ULYSSE,ARNAUD,MAURICE 5 1 191,000 NORDEMAN SKOLIN KARL WILLIAM SIMON 27 1 190,000 UWE MATTHIAS 8 5 186,000 FREDERICKX TOM 10 6 186,000 AVERAGE 185.700 TOOME OTT-KAARLI 12 4 185,000 NAVA GIOVANNI 19 2 185,000 MORRIS IAN PAUL 5 8 184,000 KANE STEPHEN OLIVER 20 7 184,000 HELENE DOMINIQUE, MICHEL 1 8 182,000 CECCARELLI NICCOLO' 9 7 180,000 CAPEZZERA PATRICK 11 7 180,000 COMPAGNA BRUNO 15 4 180,000 PERSENT JON PER 22 4 180,000 BOCK FLORIAN 16 9 175,000 GIRONDIN YOHANN EDDY 31 7 172,000 SCHUURBIERS WOUTER LEO J 8 6 171,000 ALLSALU ANDRES 12 2 171,000 GRASSO DANIELE 13 3 171,000 ALLAIN VICTOR SIMON 1 2 170,000 VAUX LOIC AXEL JEROME 5 4 170,000 GENTILE MATTIA 26 6 170,000 LIEVENS TOMMY ROGER 30 2 168,000 JARMAN WILLIAM JOSEPH RAYMOND 1 1 167,000 SPITZL MARTIN 9 5 167,000 SENNHAUSER SIMON PETER 15 8 166,000 CHEUNG HO TIEN 30 1 166,000 FRENCH DOMINICK LEON 18 7 165,000 LAKERVEID DANIEL M 7 3 164,000 PABION CLEMENT SAMUEL 13 2 164,000 PATANE ANGELO 2 3 163,000 SIMON GYORGI 18 8 163,000 SPADOLA SALVATORE 26 7 162,000 GROBETY MARC 3 5 161,000 PETRY DIDIER GEORGES GUY 24 6 160,000 BRZEZINSKI TOMASZ PIOTR 26 9 160,000 MOLMANS NICKY 26 1 160,000 DRUEDAHL ANDERS 10 5 159,000 CIGLIANO ALBERTO 12 8 159,000 PAILLOT SYLVERE FELIX 10 8 158,000 SCHAEVEN THOMAS 12 7 158,000 MELLUZZO ANDREA 16 6 158,000 ADAMS MARK 6 8 157,000 NERRIEC NATHAN GWENVAEL 13 5 157,000 ROBERTS ROSARIE 15 3 153,000 PETRUZZELLI FEDERICO 24 2 152,000 MASENADORE ANDREA 19 7 151,000 FUNARI CHRISTOPHER 31 8 151,000 HEGYI JOZSEF 13 1 150,000 DROCHON PIERRE ANDRE SEBASTIEN 9 8 147,000 WHITEHEAD JORDAN JAMES 21 5 147,000 CAJIGAS JASON 23 1 147,000 MAILLAUD NICOLAS SEBASTIEN 30 3 147,000 HEGGELMANN NIKO 7 5 145,000 ANDERSEN TOBAIS 18 5 141,000 VELLA MARK ANTHONY 20 9 140,000 DE MARIO MASSIMO 24 3 139,000 BENAKIS PAVLOS 17 6 138,000 PICHIERRI ALESSANDRO 11 9 137,000 MAZIER TONY 18 3 137,000 ZACHMANIDIS GEORGIOS 29 3 137,000 HALASI ANDRAS 3 9 136,000 MIRABELLA ANGELO 5 6 135,000 LOMBARDO SIMONE 23 3 135,000 SEILER JONATHAN NITYA SAMUEL 31 2 135,000 GRUPPOSO GIUSEPPE 24 4 134,000 TADIC ZVEZDAN 4 7 133,000 POWELL STEVEN KENNETH 26 2 133,000 NARDIN ROMAIN PATRICK SEBASTIEN 13 4 132,000 ARNSBY KATHERINE MAY 12 5 130,000 KAPPER DANIEL 9 2 127,000 JACK LLOYD 18 4 127,000 GAYER DAMIEN SYLVAIN 28 7 127,000 LI JIAGUI 1 4 126,000 LY QUOC DUNG KALLE 6 4 126,000 DRAY SAMUEL 6 9 126,000 ASSENNATO FABIO 21 1 126,000 PEREIRA HENRIQUES DANIEL FILIPE 28 3 126,000 BINDEL LUC VINCENT 13 9 125,000 LINDQWIST ERIK LARS ALLAN 3 4 124,000 CAMMILLERI GAETANO EMILIO 4 1 124,000 CHRISTEN SIBYLLE 20 3 124,000 DESMOND CORY DEAN 28 1 124,000 BOGUMIL ANDRE 1 9 123,000 STANCER DANIEL 9 1 122,000 VANHAESENDONCK LUC LILI E 7 9 120,000 VARANAVICIUS MARIUS 10 7 120,000 RAHUMAGI RUBEN 17 3 120,000 YUEN ANN-MARIE 10 2 118,000 KOURKA VLANTOUTS 22 9 118,000 FRANCHINI FRANCESCO 3 6 116,000 HUXLEY PHILLIP 14 5 116,000 PAULS SYLVAIN MARC 25 8 115,000 PALMA GIOVANNI EMANUELE 31 6 115,000 PIZZUTI STEFANO 10 9 113,000 HAWES GREGORY VINCENT 20 1 112,000 NASTASI EROS 4 8 111,000 DUPONT PETER GEORGES 23 4 111,000 FACEY APRIL 6 5 109,000 EMIG ARTHUR GERARD MICKEY 3 3 108,000 SPINELLI STEFANO 14 3 108,000 NOBELS TOM 6 7 107,000 HANSEN MOGENS VENDT 7 1 106,000 ERDEI ATTILA 9 6 106,000 LICATA ANTONIO 11 1 106,000 LYONS PAUL MICHAEL 16 2 106,000 STIMAC RINGO ROBERT JEAN 8 9 105,000 SANDEN ANDREAS 14 6 105,000 DECESARE SHAUN 22 6 105,000 MOLON WILLIAM GERARD ZINOL 31 4 105,000 LUBCZYNSKI RAFAL PIOTR 6 1 104,000 FRACZEK LUKASZ 28 5 103,000 SPAMPINATO GIULIO ANTONIO 25 5 102,000 COHEN SIMON 2 4 101,000 RITROVATO SALVATORE 12 1 100,000 WANG LU 17 1 100,000 DIDERIKSEN NIELSEN JACOB 23 6 100,000 NICA COSMIN-IONUT 8 8 98,000 DUNN TRACEY ANNE 10 3 98,000 ASLAN BASSEM JEAN 24 9 98,000 BRAJON HERVE CHRISTIAN SIMON 25 3 98,000 KALSTAD ERLEND TORESON 18 9 93,000 SUJETA TOMAS 23 8 93,000 ROSE CRAIG LEE 26 8 93,000 KILMARTIN LAPPIN DAVID LAURENCE 27 8 92,000 VAN DE POEL MICHAEL CHRISTOPHE F 17 7 91,000 ALESSI MAURO 28 9 91,000 ADAMOU CHRISTODOULOS 22 2 90,000 NYGAARD VEGARD 25 1 89,000 IOSUB DRAGOS-GABRIEL 30 6 89,000 JOHANSEN MORTEN 3 8 88,000 KOCZWARA MATEUSZ PAWEL 29 1 85,000 CECHOWSKI DYLAN RONALD THIERRY 30 8 85,000 WORTHINGTON-LEESE LEO DOMINIC 31 9 84,000 CLARKE JAMES MICHAEL 30 4 83,000 FERNANDEZ WIESEBROCK STEFAN 5 7 82,000 HEINEN BIANCA 27 5 82,000 BLANCO RAMIREZ JOSE GILBERTO 11 6 80,000 SERGI SABRINA LOUISE 28 4 80,000 DELAINE TOM, HENRY, JEAN 13 7 79,000 DI SALVO GIULIO 7 4 78,000 POPSPISIL MARCEL 24 5 78,000 JACOBSEN LASSE GROENQUIST 26 5 78,000 TACK RUBEN 12 6 77,000 NOSKE THOMAS 22 3 76,000 CAMMISULI MIRKO 23 2 76,000 VONALT JOACHIM 28 2 74,000 LUCARINI ALEXIS ENZO 15 7 71,000 DE VOS DANNY 21 8 71,000 DE GENNARO COSIMO 2 5 70,000 GROBACTY MATTHIAS 5 5 70,000 TSANAKAS KONSTANTINOS 18 2 70,000 ERCACLEOUS MARIOS 14 7 69,000 FREY MARTYN ANDREW 15 6 68,000 LETORT THIBAULT 17 4 68,000 STEIMER THEODOR JOSEF 24 1 67,000 GERMAIN NICOLAS PASCAL 25 4 66,000 GHILARDI ALFONSO 25 7 66,000 STOICA GABRIEL 9 9 61,000 BIJAOUI THEO 17 2 60,000 WHITE LEONARD 21 9 56,000 BLOMVALL MIKAEL ANDREAS 14 9 54,000 WENDT STEVEN 22 7 54,000 HORDAN REMY HENRI 23 5 52,000 HAMMOND MARTIN DANIEL 8 4 51,000 FICHERA GIANLUCA 27 7 49,000 BOGUSZ KAROL 7 8 48,000 KAICHENHOFEN PHILLIP 25 2 41,000 OLAVE QUESADA SAMUEL 21 3 38,000 ALVETJARN LARS STEFAN 13 8 37,000 SIMPSON MELANIE JANE 24 8 36,000 LAUFERSWEILER PETER BERNHARDT 26 3 33,000 NOTHOFER HANS JOSEF 22 5 31,000 TUCZYNSKI PIOTR 3 7 30,000 WAYNE CAROLYN 16 8 27,000 GECI ENDRIT 8 3 25,000 PokerDeals Live Reporting will be on hand today reporting on Day 2 of this awesome Grand Event. 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