Dzmitry Urbanovich leading final six at EPT#12 Dublin Main vent

By | February 20, 2016

Dzmitry Urbanovich leaded Day 5 of EPT#12 Main eventThe fifth Day of the EPT#12 Dublin saw some real good comebacks by the players. The short stacks came and went but the big runners were still in the business. One of those is Dzmitry Urbanovich with (5,125,000 chips), who leaded the Day 5 of the European poker tour Dublin Main event and is at the top in the remaining six players.

Urbanovich may had some Normal/ ordinary months, but he has done pretty well in his career which includes four back to back title wins few months ago. Urbanovich played outstandingly today against his opponents and kept the momentum up almost all the time.

Other players looking to win this prestigious EPT tournament are Ireland’s Patrick Clarke with total 4,300,000 chips. Kuljinder Sidhu of UK with 3,260,000 chips, Gilles Bernies of United Kingdom 2,735,000 chips along with Iliodoros Kamatakis of Greece (1,965,000) and Rhys Jones (740,000).

Gilles Bernies played like a new EPT champion today and is in the list of the remaining six final table players leaded by Urbanovich.

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Christopher Kruk got busted from the table at the fifth Day of the European Poker Tour Main Event. He has to go due a couple of odd hands. Other players hit the rail on day 5 were Frank Williams, Jiachen Gong, Alex Goulder and Matias Ruzzi. Alex Goulder finished for 11 th place and Matias Ruzzi completed at 12th position.

The Payouts for rest of the players are as follows:-

Alexandre Meylan of Switzerland took home €88,300 being at seventh place. Ivan Banic of Croatia and a PokerStars qualifier got an amount of €60,750 and completed eighth. Mikhail Petrov of Russia was at ninth position and took home his share €47,830 as winning prize.

Adrian Mateos of Spain and another PokerStars qualifier finished at 10th place and collected the winning share of an amount €39,320 whereas Alex Goulder of UK took home €39,320 being at 11th position.

Timothy Adams of Canada got €11,440 and was at 51st place. Anthony Zinno of united States completed at 62nd position and collected €10,270. Tudor Purice of Romania was the last player who got €9,100 as winning share and was placed at 87 th position.