EPT London Day 4: 3 EPT-Winners Remained, We Like Jake Cody's Chances the Most
Posted at 19:00 2014-10-17 by PokerNetwork Staff
Day 4 of the PokerStarsEuropean Poker Tour London Main Event has ended, three past EPT-winners are still in contention.
EPT London Main Event Day 4
After a short action-packed day, during which we went from 36 players down to just 16, it was German pro Sebastian Pauli who grabbed the lead with 2,674,000 chips, slightly more than former EPT Deauville champion and Team PokerStars Pro Jake Cody who bagged up 2,291,000.
Hand of the day
Team PokerStars Pro Online Marc-Andre Ladouceur had doubled up right at the start of the day but it did not turn out to be the start of something great for the French Canadian.
After raising to 23,000 before the flop it was Jake Cody who three-bet from his left to 58,000 and Ladouceur called. The flop brought out deuce-four-five rainbow and Ladouceur check-raised Cody's bet from 56,000 to 130,000.
The turn brought the eight of diamonds after Cody had called and Ladouceur bet 90,000. Cody called and moved all in on the river when the jack of clubs popped up after Ladouceur had checked and after two minutes he made the call. Cody had hit two pair with four-eight of hearts and that knocked Ladouceur out in 29th place for £13,000 as he had queen-jack of spades.
EPT London Main Event Final 16
Play will return today with three former champions still in the hunt for their second title. Cody has a huge stack and comes into the fifth day as a real contender while Benny Spindler, the shortest stack in the field, and Kevin MacPhee, below average as well, need some more good fortune.
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