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Poker Tournament News: EPT Vienna 2010 Biggest In Austria’s History

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Oct/29/2010
Poker Tournament News:  EPT Vienna 2010

Gambling911.com has all your latest poker tournament news, and for a list of our online poker room ad partners and the latest promotions being offered, go here now.  This poker tournament news is for October 29, 2010.

The recent EPT Vienna is being boasted as Austria’s biggest poker tournament ever. 

Though big name poker pro Daniel Negreanu had dropped out of first place on the leaderboard, he is still within range to win this huge tournament.

Saturday, the field drops from 24 to 8 with the final table played out on Sunday.

The winner of the EPT Vienna 2010 takes home €700,000.  A win by Negreanu would put him atop the all-time poker tournament money list.

 

1. Konstantinos Nanos – 2,007,000

 

2. Daniel Negreanu – 1,954,000

 

3. Umberto Vitagliano – 1,558,000

 

4. Martin Hruby – 1,403,000

 

5. Michael Eiler – 1,299,000

 

6. Andreas Wiese – 1,047,000

 

7. Toni Judet – 958,000

 

8. Antonio Buonanno – 818,000

 

9. Balazs Botond – 760,000

 

10. Giacomo Maisto – 623,000

 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com reporting

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