PokerStars EPT Polish Open from Hyatt Regency in Warsaw, Poland - Day 1B Summary
Day 1 is now compete at the EPT Polish open, presented by PokerStars. The Hyatt Regency in Warsaw saw 359 players over two day one flights. Just 61 of those second flight passengers will return Thursday for Day 2 action.
By the time bagging and tagging arrived, Dan Pedersen of Denmark had finished the day with 90k and the chip lead. Day 1A participant Robert Flink holds onto the oveall lead and is the only player in six-figures.
Andy Black powered through players like EPT Prague winner Arnaud Mattern and Thomas Wahlroos to advance to Day 2. The Irishman did Wahlroos dirty, looking up the Finn's big slick with 10-6 and flopping a ten, sending Wahlroos packing. Black will be joined in Day 2 by short-stacked American Liz Lui, Norway's Trond Erik Eidsvig and Mads Andersen of Denmark.
Team PokerStars Pro Greg Raymer probably didn't event make the dinner break. He looked to be chopping, A-K versus A-K, but the flush for his opponent meand the former World Champion was not going to pick up an EPT title.
Here's the top 25:
Robert Flink - Sweden - 113300
Dan B. Pedersen - Denmark - 98500
Michael Schulze - Germany - 87900
Anio Alcaraz - Spain - 78000
Keith Donais - USA - 76200
Hecham El Sayed - Denmark - 66700
Alp Okumus - Germany - 62100
David Robinson - USA - 55800
Jospeh Serock - USA - 55000
Andreas Torbergsen - Norway - 53000
Daniel Hofmeister - Germany - 51900
Theo Jorgensen - Denmark - 50300
Jean Claude Perrot - France - 50100
Henrik Gwinner - Denmark - 48500
Dennis Petronack - USA - 48100
Sebastian Ruthenberg - Germany - 45100
Tyler Netter - USA - 42600
Andy Black - Ireland - 42400
David Burn - Uk - 41700
Kenneth Hicks Jr. - USA - 41200
Willian Johnson - USA - 40900
Mehdi Ouakhir - France - 40700
Christoffer Sonesson - Sweden - 39800
Victor Escudero - Spain - 39100
James Honeybone - New Zealand - 38700
Just 61 survived the second flight. Add them to the 72 leftover from Day 1A and we'll be seeing 133 gather at the Hyatt Regency tomorrow, Thursday, at 2 p.m. Warsaw local time (8 a.m. EST).
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