Dia 2 Concluído
Dia 2 Concluído
Gregory [Removed:372] Bags Day 2 Chip Lead of the €1,100 FPS Main Event at EPT Monte Carlo as 62 Players Remain
The €1,100 French Poker Series (FPS) Main Event as part of the 2022 PokerStars European Poker Tour presented by Monte-Carlo Casino®️ continued today at Monte-Carlo Sporting on the French Riviera, and after seven hours of play on Day 2, the returning field of 287 was whittled down to only 62 remaining contenders.
All players who returned today were automatically in the money and received a piece of the €1,841,280 prize pool. Each player received a minimum of €1,680, although the big payouts are yet to come and will be decided over the next two days of play.
Frenchman Gregory [Removed:372] bagged the chip lead with 2,500,000 chips heading into Day 3 and will look to continue his run as he eyes the €290,910 top prize. He’s followed by Eugenio Peralta (2,240,000) and Day 1d leader Lucas Scafini (2,225,000).
€1,100 French Poker Series Main Event Day 2 Top Ten Chip Counts
PokerStars Ambassadors Benjamin “Spraggy” Spragg, Alejandro "Papo MC" Lococo, and Steve Enriquez came into the day looking to make a run but fell short. Others who were eliminated before bagging time include Gaelle Baumann, Adrian Mateos, Justin Saliba, Leo Margets, Kristen Nyman, Jason Wheeler, and Antoine Saout.
|Place||Prize (EUR)||Place||Prize (EUR)|
The remaining players will return for Day 3 on Sunday, May 1st at noon local time where the field will continue to shrink before the final day on Monday when a champion will be crowned.
Stay tuned as the PokerNews team continues to bring you updates throughout the tournament, along with updates from other events at EPT Monte Carlo.
Day 3 Seat Draw
|Table||Seat||Name||Country||Chips||Day 3 Big Blinds|
|2||2||Julien Da Silva||France||430,000||17|
|6||6||Adel Ben Messaoud||France||370,000||15|
|7||2||Alexandre Le Vaillant||France||525,000||21|
End-of-Day Chip Counts (Completo)
Bag and Tag
Players are now bagging and tagging and will return for Day 3 on Sunday. Stay tuned for a recap of the day.
Simoes Spikes River to Stay Alive
With approximately 280,000 in the pot on a flop, Rene Zaffran bet 100,000 and Marcelo Simoes jammed for 585,000. Zaffran thought for a bit before putting in the calling chips.
The turn changed nothing, but the spiked the river as Zaffran let out a yelp and Simoes went over to a friend to celebrate his good fortune.
Three More Hands
It was announced that players will play three more hands before bagging for the day to return for Day 3.
Giorgi Eliminated by Derwiche
Theodore Giorgi had gotten his short stack of only a few big blinds in from the cutoff and was at risk against Imad Derwiche in the big blind.
The board ran out to improve Derwiche to two pair and send Giorgi to the payout desk.
Ogita Eliminated by Amsellem
A peflop raising war got the chips into the middle between Daisuke Ogita and Jacob Amsellem with the former four-bet jamming for around 500,000 as the effective stack.
The flop gave Ogita the second pair but he still needed running cards to stay alive. No more hope was left on the turn and the river officially ended Ogita's run in the final level of the day.
Sette Finds Hero Call Against Overbet Jam
With roughly 200,000 in the pot on a completed board, Alexandre Sette was in the big blind and facing a jam of approximately 405,000 from Samy Boujmala in early position.
Sette took several minutes to ponder his decision while occasionally talking to himself and staring at his opponent. Eventually, he moved in chips to call.
Boujmala could only show , and Sette slammed down onto the felt to claim the pot, as Boujmala gave him a fist-bump and made his exit from the tournament.