David Yan of New Zealand leads final six in €25K High Roller of EPT13 Malta

By | October 23, 2016

David Yan of New Zealand leads final six in €25K High Roller of EPT13 MaltaDavid Yan, a pro from New Zealand leads the final six players in €25K High Roller of European poker tour season#13 in Malta.

Ukrainian Oleksii Khoroshenin was the second position as per the chip counts with total 858,000 in chips, whereas Mikita Badziakouski from Belarus is at third place with total 438,000 chip counts.

The largest buy in event of European poker tour#13 Malta i.e. €25K High Roller started on its scheduled time.

The event attracted 65 entries. The day 1 of the game received 60 entries, whereas the day 2 received five entries. In the entire tournament received 46 fresh entrants and 19 re entrants and generated a whooping prize pool of amount €1,592,500.

The final 10 places of the event included players like Max Silver of United Kingdom, David Kitai of Belgium, Spanish poker pro Adrian Mateos, who had 167000 chip counts with him, german Ole Schemion who had 352000 in chips and Patrick Leonard of United Kingdom.

Adrian Mateos, Davidi Kitai, Max Silver and Mikita Badziakouski are counted in world’s best players but they couldn’t be able to qualify to the final six places of the game and got somehow got busted.

The winner of this prestigious title will take home €465, 800, while other five will also take their respective winning shares after the completion of the main event starting tomorrow. Meanwhile the minimum cash out for the rest of the players is worth €46,180.

Allain Sannier couldn’t make himself through to final nine and after three hours and 45 minutes of play got busted to 10th place.

And the first player who got busted from the final nine was Spanish Adrian Mateos. He moved all in for 164,000 after an early position raise by Ramin Hajiyev, but has to back to the pavilion. He would take at least €46,180 from the game.

Patrick Leonard was the next man moves out from the game with a winning share of amount €60,500 to eighth position, whereas Davidi Kitai becomes the seventh position holder and was not among final six with €78,050. This is his second cash already in this week.