EPT San Remo

EPT San Remo: Jason Mercier, a PokerStars qualifier from Florida wins in San

EPT San Remo winner Jason MercierJason Mercier could have been in Amsterdam right now. Having won his ticket to the PokerStars.com EPT San Remo on PokerStars Jason was all set to travel here with a few buddies until at the last minute his friends opted instead for a trip to the Dutch capital. Faced ...more

by Stephen Bartley on April 5, 2008 3:00 PM

EPT San Remo: Final table live updates

Jason Mercier, a PokerStars qualifier from the United States, wins the EPT San Remo and €869,000.5.55pm – Antony Lellouche from France, eliminated in second place for €505,000.In just the second hand of the heads-up match Jason bet pre-flop. Antony Lellouche pushed all-in and Jason called. It only t...more

by Stephen Bartley on April 5, 2008 9:13 AM

EPT San Remo: Final table player profiles

The finalistsSeat 1: Gregory Genovese, 37, Rome, Italy - 694,000 chipsInvestment broker Gregory, 37, has only been playing Hold’em for a year but has played Italian poker – a form of five-card draw – for a long time. This is his firsta major live tournament - he qualified via a live satellite bac...more

by Stephen Bartley on April 5, 2008 9:06 AM

EPT San Remo: Italy braced for final table triumph

It’s Saturday afternoon in San Remo and for an update on the weather check back to any of the introductions from this week. But as for the atmosphere inside Casino San Remo there’s been a subtle change overnight. Today the last remaining eight players of the PokerStars.com EPT San Remo will play dow...more

by Stephen Bartley on April 5, 2008 8:47 AM

EPT San Remo: Final table in place after a long day at the baize

When the final nine players squeezed in around the feature table to play until one more of them was gone, nobody really expected the night to go on much longer. Typically these stages are a patient yet spirited pause whilst the short stack finds a hand to move all-in with; then they bag up, grab coa...more

by Stephen Bartley on April 4, 2008 7:28 PM

EPT San Remo: So close but not far enough

Action switches from two tables to the one table of nine and we’re just one elimination from our PokerStars.com EPT San Remo final table.There’s a raise from William Thorson which is re-raised all-in by Team PokerStars Pro Dario Minieri who has been the figurehead in this third day with all big hand...more

by Stephen Bartley on April 4, 2008 5:16 PM

EPT San Remo: Countdown to the final

Felipe Ramos was eliminated by Anthony Lellouche in 13th place shortly before the dinner break, having scrapped with the Frenchman earlier on for the majority of his stack. It was a simple case of sixes for Ramos, sevens for Lellouche which put an end to Brazils’ hope of its first EPT champion. Feli...more

by Stephen Bartley on April 4, 2008 4:52 PM

EPT San Remo: The Italian job

As play pauses for a one hour dinner break the video blog team took a closer look at Italian poker......more

by Stephen Bartley on April 4, 2008 4:01 PM

EPT San Remo: Things slow down as we get to 13

In contrast to the PokerStars.com EPT Warsaw which you might remember staged a day three that lasted a few minutes over two hours, the EPT San Remo has nothing like that kind of pace, even with Team PokerStars Pro Dario Minieri at the reins.He did managed to get the crowd, (who were already on the f...more

by Stephen Bartley on April 4, 2008 2:46 PM

EPT San Remo: Meanwhile on the other table

Jan Heitmann heads for the door, eliminated by Dag Palovic on the feature table, and Bart Wetsteijn from Holland followed him in fifteenth place. That happened under the TV lights but a few feet away sit the ‘other’ table players - a whole new world much darker and altogether more intimate than the ...more

by Stephen Bartley on April 4, 2008 1:42 PM
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