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121 Players Remain in EPT Barcelona 2010

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/24/2010
EPT Barcelona 2010

There were 121 players remaining as of 7 pm local time Barcelona Wednesday evening in the EPT Barcelona 2010. 

Bryn Kenney leads the way as the biggest chip holder.  He has over a half million in live poker tournament winnings to date.  Kenny is also one of the few US player participating in the tournament.

Those leading overall are not very well known to the live poker tournament scene.

Dominic Nitsche, from Germany, had the 4th biggest chip lead.  He has over a half million in total live poker tournament winnings to date as well. 

Four PokerStars qualifiers are topping the leader board as the €5,300 PokerStars.com EPT Barcelona Main Event goes into Day 3 with 112 players remaining. All are in the money and guaranteed €7,500; first prize is €825,000. A total of 758 competed in the tournament creating a €3,790,000 prize pool and making it the biggest tournament ever held in Spain.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com 

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