EPT Dortmund: On a tear

March 12, 2009

To use nothing but poker-speak: Richard Kellett is ripping this one up. The PokerStars qualifier from the United Kingdom picked up aces four times within the first level — three of those in a row — and has used that spectacular good fortune as a springboard to the current chip lead.


Richard Kellett

Tournament officials recently introduced the gold chip, worth 5,000, and Kellett took a whole stack of them, worth 100,000 alone. When you add that to the eight stacks of red, worth 20,000 apiece, you have the man closest to 300,000, who is peering down on all below him.

Before it got quite so spectacular for Kellett, he talked about his tournament so far to the video blog team:

Watch EPT Dortmund S5: Interview with Richard Kellett Day 2 (English) on PokerStars.tv


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