Sergey Lebedev of Russia Leads EPT12 Dublin High Roller

By | February 20, 2016

Sergey Lebedev of Russia Leading EPT High RollerSergey Lebedev, A Russian Poker player is leading the table of final 13 players at EPT #12 Dublin € 10K High Roller Events. This is one of the most prestigious events of the tournament. The event attracted 185 entrants out of which 140 were unique and 45 were re entries.

Ten levels of play were held on Day 1 A of the event and ten levels of play took place on Day second of the tournament. Now the remaining 13 players were play to win this prestigious title and are looking to make this possible.

Sergey Lebedev having 1,522,000 chips along with him and tops the field size on day 2 of the event.

Other Players looking to win €10K High Roller at EPT#12 Dublin is:-

Emil Patel of Fnland is at the second position in the list after the Russian Lebedev, who has total 1,339,000 chips and followed by him players from USA and Germany i.e. Ryan Riess (1,174,000),Akin Tuna(1,100,000) exist.

Timothy Adams of Canada is at fifth place with 758,000,Jerry Odeen of Sweden at sixth place with 596,000, and Rocco Palumbo of Italy is at seventh position with total 565,000 chip counts on Day 2 of the EPT Dublin € 10K High Roller.

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Davidi Kitai of belgium is having eighth position in terms of chip counts to final 13 High Roller Players with total 512,000. The nineth spot is for Willliam Arruda of Brazil (9458, 000).

Sam Chartier of Canada is at 10th position (458,000),Christoph Vogelsang of Germany is at 11th position(310,000),Samuel Panzica of United States is at twelveth place with total (276,000) chips and Diego Ventura of Peru finished at 13th position with total 157,000 chips.

Jeff Gross got busted at 16th place whereas Jason Mercier of United States and a PokerStars pro hit the rail for 18th place and could not be able to make himself through to the final 13.

The first prize winner is expected to receive a handsome amount of €397,500 and the title of the championship.