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EPT London Day 3: Five Former EPT Champions Still in Contention in the Top 36

Posted at 19:00 2014-10-16 by PokerNetwork Staff

Day 3 of the European Poker Tour London Main Event ended with all remaining players in the money.

EPT London Main Event Day 3

Jakub Mroczek from Poland will lead the field going into the penultimate day of the tournament bagging up 1,790,000 after five 90-minutes levels of play.

Just two other players finished with over one million chips and they are Joao Vieira from Portugal with 1,151,000 and right behind him is Artur Koren from Germany in third place with 1,126,000

The first order of business for Day 3 was the money bubble. Of the original 675 entrants, there were 127 who sat down and with 95 paid, short-stacked players had to pick their spots carefully while at the same time avoiding getting blinded out.

Survivors

For the end of the day only 36 players remain, but remarkably, there are five former EPT champions still in contention with Team PokerStars Pros Jake Cody (794,000), Liv Boeree (156,000), PokerStars Team Online Mickey Petersen (143,000), along with Kevin MacPhee (598,000), and, best placed Benny Spindler (911,000) looking to repeat Victoria Coren Mitchell’s feat.

Top 10 after Day 3

PlayerChips
akub Mroczek1,790,000
Joao Vieira1,151,000
Artur Koren1,126,000
Sebastian Pauli918,000
Benny Spindler911,000
Raffaele Sorrentino888,000
Jake Cody794,000
Sergio Aido758,000
Kevin Killeen732,000

The tournament resumes today at noon local time, and the plan is to play down to 16 players. Stay tuned for our upcoming live stream from the event!

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