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2013 PokerStars.com EPT Prague

€5,300 Main Event
Dias: 4
Event Info

2013 PokerStars.com EPT Prague

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
100,000 / 200,000

€5,300 Main Event

Dia 4 Iniciado

Chip Counts (Completo)

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Ludovic Lacay fr
Ludovic Lacay
EPT 1X Winner
Julian Track de
Julian Track
EPT 1X Winner
Lasell King de
Lasell King
Ole Schemion de
Ole Schemion
Ihar Soika by
Ihar Soika
Ciaran Burke ie
Ciaran Burke
Ana Marquez es
Ana Marquez
Stephen Chidwick gb
Stephen Chidwick
864,000 -5,000
Georgios Sotiropoulos gr
Georgios Sotiropoulos
Vit Blachut cz
Vit Blachut
Ka Kwan Lau hk
Ka Kwan Lau
Martin Wiklund se
Martin Wiklund
Tapio Vihakas fi
Tapio Vihakas
Lars Dahlin se
Lars Dahlin
658,000 19,000
Andrew Chen ca
Andrew Chen
Tiberu-Florian Georgescu ro
Tiberu-Florian Georgescu
Romain Chauvassagne fr
Romain Chauvassagne
Ori Hasson il
Ori Hasson
600,000 -21,000
Nikita Nikolaev ru
Nikita Nikolaev
599,000 50,000
Morten Klein no
Morten Klein
Max Silver gb
Max Silver
Emmanuel Francois Murgia be
Emmanuel Francois Murgia
Sotirios Koutoupas gr
Sotirios Koutoupas
EPT 1X Winner
Marcello Miniucchi it
Marcello Miniucchi
523,000 193,000
Tamer Kamel gb
Tamer Kamel

Leia tudo

Seat Draw Day 4

Table 5 is going to be the feature table at the beginning of the day. So expect action from Schemion, Lacay and King on your computer screen from 12:00 CET.

11Morten KleinNorway594.000
12Julian TrackGermany 1.187.000
13Sigurd Andreas EskelandNorway 304.000
14Joao SimaoBrazil421.000
15Kevin IacofanoUK 227.000
16Ari EngelUSA459.000
17Ori HassonIsrael 600.000
18Ihar SoikaBelarus957.000
21Simon MattssonSweden182.000
22Zdravko DuvnjakNetherlands277.000
23Artem MetalidiUkraine 271.000
24Tapio VihakasFinland 679.000
25Romain ChauvassagneFrance610.000
26Julien Jean-Paul BruletBelgium450.000
27Victor SheermanRussia216.000
28Emmanuel Francois MurciaBelgium545.000
31Andrew ChenCanada650.000
33Lars Anders DahlinSweden658.000
34Sotirios KoutoupasGreece545.000
35Nikita NikolaevRussia599.000
36Vit BlachutCzech Republic826.000
37Moshe ElazarIsrael204.000
38Liutauras ArmanaviciusLithuania 307.000
41Tiberu-Florian GeorgescuRomania643.000
42Georgios SotiropoulosGreece 839.000
43Jonathan RoyCanada217.000
44Ciaran BurkeIreland 889.000
45Erwann PecheuxFrance376.000
46Jesper WinzerlingSweden462.000
47Rudi JohnsenNorway438.000
51Ole SchemionGermany1.030.000
52Lasell KingGermany1.075.000
53Andrea BenelliItaly252.000
54Ludovic LacayFrance1.700.000
55Igor YaroshevskyyUkraine102.000
56Sergey BaburinRussia286.000
57Jorma NuutinenFinland 254.000
58Max SilverUK 554.000
61Artem RomanovRussia502.000
62Yury GulyyRussia479.000
63Jonathan LittleUSA112.000
64Nihat KaryagdiRomania 67.000
65Ana MarquezSpain870.000
66Tomasz KowalskiPoland218.000
67Tamer KamelUK515.000
68Sven KriegerGermany264.000
71Radek StocknerCzech Republic260.000
73Dmytko SamoilenkoUkraine440.000
74Dimitri HoldeewGermany426.000
75Stephen ChidwickUK864.000
76Aleksey PonakovLatvia 380.000
77Sam ChartierCanada115.000
78Marcelo da FonsecaBrazil 149.000
81Marcello MiniucchiItaly523.000
82Stefan KolossowGermany252.000
83Andrey VolkovRussia321.000
84Ka Kwan LauSpain747.000
85Piotr Robert PietrzakPoland142.000
86Martin WiklundSweden747.000
87Cezar OpreaRomania428.000
88Szabolcs MayerHungary503.000

Day 4 Set To Start

Ole Schemion
Ole Schemion

Hello and welcome to Day 4 of the European Poker Tour Prague Main Event at the Hilton Hotel in the Czech Republic. Today will be all about the 61 remaining players, from the 1,007 runners, trying to turn a deep run into an even deeper one.

Alas for over 75% of the remaining field their Main Event run will come to an end today as the plan today is to play until just 16 players remain, or a maximum of five full levels. One player who you’d back to still be alive at that juncture is Ludovic Lacay. The Frenchman, who won EPT9 San Remo in October 2012, is the chip leader at the start of play. His stack of 1,700,000 equates to 170 big blinds and a lead of over 50 big blinds from Julian Track (1,187,000).

Two other Germans have seven-figure stacks, they are Lasell King (1.075,000) he’s making his second deep run in Prague this week after finishing 14th in the 1,315 runner Eureka Poker Tour Main Event. And Ole Schemion (1,030,000), who just seems to go deep for fun. He won over $2,000,000 in 2012 and already has over $1,300,000 in live tournament earnings this year. Second place of higher here in Prague would see him eclipse his 2012 earnings.

Back in the pack there are a number of sharks with stacks that are comfortably above average and just one big pot from being amongst the chip leaders. Ana Marquez (870,000), Stephen Chidwick (864,000) and Andrew Chen (650,000) are chief amongst them. Whilst the Czech Republic’s best hope for a home win comes in the shape of Vit Blachut (826,000).

Further back Max Silver (554,000), last year’s runner-up Sotirios Koutoupas (545,000), Ari Engel (462,000) and Eureka3 Prague champion Dimitri Holdeew (426,000) will be hoping to stick around for a while. Whilst Jonathan Roy (217,000), Sam Chartier (115,000) and Jonathan Little (112,000) will be hoping to spin short stacks into something more significant.

Cards are in the air at noon, the feature table, which you can watch on pokerstars.tv with commentary from James Hartigan, Joe Stapelton and special guests is table five, which contains Lacay, Schemion and Silver. That, like today, should be a cracker.

Tags: Ludovic LacayOle Schemion

Nível: 20

Blinds: 5,000/10,000

Ante: 1,000

Three All In's No Exits

Nível 20 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante

Table Six has been the action table during the opening 10 minutes with three all ins on the first three hands of play. First to move in was Tomasz Kowalski, he had 212,000 and pushed them across the line from the button. Both blinds folded.

On the second hand Jonathan Little took the opportunity to move all-in for 108,000 from early position, again there were no takers.

On the third hand though we did get a showdown, Nihat Karyagdi moved in for 64,000 from under-the-gun+1, Tamer Kamel called
and everyone else folded.

Karyagdi: {A-Hearts}{J-Hearts}
Kamel: {A-Spades}{K-Diamonds}

The board ran {Q-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}{3-Clubs}{3-Hearts}{8-Diamonds} and Karyagdi got out of his seat and walked off. Jonathan Little called him back as Karyagdi hadn't realised it was a chopped pot. He sat back down and said, "second chance."

Chartier Busts Da Fonseca in 61st (€13,200)

Nível 20 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante

Brazilian player Marcelo da Fonseca just opened under the gun to his entire stack except for 2,000. Action folded to Sam Chartier in the big blind who double checked his cards and then announced all in. Da Fonseca made the call and the first all in showdown on table 7 was there.

Chartier had {A-Clubs}{Q-Spades} and was well in front versus Da Fonseca's {A-Hearts}{9-Clubs}. The {10-Hearts}{K-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{3-Clubs}{3-Hearts} board didn't change a thing and Da Fonseca had to hand over all of his chips to neighbor Chartier.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Sam Chartier ca
Sam Chartier
250,000 135,000
Marcelo da Fonseca br
Marcelo da Fonseca

Tags: Marcelo Da FonsecaSam Chartier

Two of the Big Stacks Clash

Nível 21 : 6,000/12,000, 2,000 ante
Lasell King
Lasell King

A big hand to tell you about from the feature table, it involved chip leader Ludovic Lacay and Lasell King, another player with a seven-figure stack.

Pre-flop King opened from the hijack, Lacay three-bet to 59,000 from the button, King four-bet to 120,000 and Lacay made the call. On the {9-Spades}{2-Hearts}{3-Spades} flop King continuation bet 110,000 and Lacay smooth called. The {6-Hearts} hit the turn and King fired again, this time 260,000. "I'd expect King to show up with an overpair a decent amount of the time here," said Joe Stapleton on the live stream. "What do you do with jacks or queens here if you're Lacay?" wondered James Hartigan. "Jacks is a horrible spot, queens only marginally less so," opined Stapleton.

After a couple of minutes Lacay laid it down, King climbs to 1,166,000 whilst Lacay slips to 1,491,000.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Ludovic Lacay fr
Ludovic Lacay
1,491,000 -209,000
EPT 1X Winner
Lasell King de
Lasell King
1,166,000 91,000

Tags: Lasell KingLudovic Lacay

13 Skrillees Returned for Day 4 in the Skrill Last Longer Competition

Nível 21 : 6,000/12,000, 2,000 ante

One name that keeps popping up here at the EPT Prague is Skrill – which isn’t a player, but rather an online payment solutions company that aims to evolve “the way people pay and get paid globally.” Skrill is branded throughout the venue and also have a booth where players can sign up for their popular "Last Longer Competition."

The Skrill Last Longer competition will be held at each stop on this season’s EPT, of which they’re an official sponsor. The promotion is simple – players sign up for the promotion either online (preregistration is available) or at the Skrill booth (which will be present at each stop); don a Skrill patch; and then aim to be the last man or woman standing. The last player remaining will then receive their buy-in back via their Skrill account.

While Skrill is upping the ante for Season 10 with a bigger branding initiative, this isn’t their first appearance on the EPT; as a matter of fact, they were a sponsor of Season 8 and have held previous “Last Longer” promotions.

Here's the long list of 13 Skrillees still in contention at the start of Day 3.

Marcello Miniucchi, Liutauras Armanavicius, Ari Engel, Tapio Vihakas, Kamel Tamer, Aleksejs Ponakovs, Andrey Volkov, Piotr Pietrzak, Sven Krieger, Dimitri Holdeew, Sotirios Koutoupas, Victor Sheerman, and Nihat Karyagdi.

The company’s website provides a bit more information on Skrill, which rebranded from Moneybookers back in 2010:

“Skrill has been moving money digitally since 2001. We offer online payment solutions for businesses and consumers, allowing them to pay and get paid globally. Over 36 million account holders already trust Skrill. Our customers can send and receive money worldwide in 200 countries and 40 currencies, securely and at low cost, without revealing their personal financial details. Your business will benefit from our worldwide payment network with over 100 payment options. Whether through a simple one-step integration or a fully-tailored payment solution. Whoever you are, however you like to pay or get paid, trust Skrill to make your online payments simpler, faster and safer.”

Headquartered in London, Skrill is looking to make their presence known in the poker world with a commitment to customer satisfaction through innovation and service. Not only that, they’re looking to be more than just a company by becoming a trusted and respected member of the poker community.

For more information on Skrill, click here.

The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be keeping an eye on the latest incarnation of the Skrill Last Longer throughout the duration of the EPT Prague Main Event.

Tags: Skrill