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EPT London: Money men (and woman)

The tournament floor at the Vic is its usual chaos this afternoon, with a side event starting and drawing many of the earlier casualties from the main EPT contest.

That tournament is, of course, still progressing and edging ever closer to the final table. We're down to three of them at the moment, around which we now have 24 players. That means that we've lost the following:

21st - Ben Grundy - England - £12,230 ($22,785)
22nd - Vijayan Nagarawan - Malaysia (PokerStars qualifier) - £12,230 ($22,785)
23rd - Nicky Roeg - Holland - £12,230 ($22,785)
24th - Christopher Andler - Sweden - £12,230 ($22,785)
25th - Javed Abrahams - England - £8,153 ($15,174)
26th - Daniel Mangas - Spain - £8,153 ($15,174)
27th - Katja Svendsen - Norway - (PokerStars qualifier) - £8,153 ($15,174)
28th - Martyn Reeve - Wales - (PokerStars qualifier) - £8,153 ($15,174)
29th - Marc Goodwin - UK - £8,153 ($15,174)
30th - Fuat Can - Sweden - £8,153 ($15,174)
31th - Stuart Nash - UK - £8,153 ($15,174)
32nd - Mehmet Cinar - Sweden - £8,153 ($15,174)

Of those still afloat, some of the top chips counts are:

Phidias Georgiou - Cyprus - 480,000 (PokerStars qualifier)
Surinder Sunar - England - 470,000
Anthony Lellouche - France - 432,000
Lam Trinh - England - 420,000
Fredrik Haugen - Sweden - 205,000 (PokerStars qualifier)
Chris Moneymaker - 176,000
Florian Langmann - 164,000
David Obrobac - Sweden - 160,000
Peter Petersen - Sweden - 157,000 (PokerStars qualifier)
Josh Egan - 118,000
Roland de Wolfe - 109,000
Josh Hackett - 84,000

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