EPT Barcelona: The home stretch

September 01, 2007

It’s an early start for the final day of the PokerStars.com European Poker Tour in Barcelona.

At the end of yesterday, day three, 13 players remained of the original 543 and this afternoon our first priority is to establish a final table of eight, then to name the winner.

But that’s getting way ahead of ourselves. It’ll probably take at least ten hours before we get anywhere near deciding the man who’ll leave Catalonia as a Euro millionaire, and few spectators would be surprised if we don’t end up trying to distract the security guards trying to close the place at 4am in order to cram in a few more hands.

Any of the following players would be happy to spend the next full day of their lives sat around the table:

Nikolaus “RealAndyBeal” Jedlicka (Austria) 879,000 – PokerStars Supernova, cashed W-Dollars for buy-in to Barcelona

Mika Paasonen (Finland) 715,000

Sander Lylloff (Denmark) 646,000

Juan Maceiras (Spain) 585,000

Mark Teltscher (UK) 533,000

Adam “AJunglen7” Junglen (USA) 419,000 – cashed PokerStars W-Dollars for Barcelona buy-in

Tronde Eidsvig (Norway) 339,000

Mohamad Kowssarie (Sweden) 294,000

Patrick Bruel (France) 270,000

Voitto Rintala (Finland) 253,000

Davidi Kitai (Belgium) 219,000

Greg “FunkiMunki” Dyer (USA) 155,000 – cashed PokerStars W-Dollars for Barcelona buy-in

The payouts are as follows:

1 €1,170,700
2 €673,000
3 €388,800
4 €301,000
5 €250,800
6 €196,500
7 €154,700
8 €104,500
9-10 €64,800
11-12 €46,000
13-14 €33,450


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