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17 Players Remained Heading Into 2013 EPT Berlin

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Apr/26/2013
17 Players Remained Heading Into 2013 EPT Berlin

German player Roman Herold was the chip leader going in to Day 5 of EPT Berlin.

The 26-year-old has 4,485,000 after winning a monster pot against fellow German Alexander Helbig in the penultimate hand of the day. There were 17 players left in the tourney heading in Friday, all guaranteed at least €27,000 but all hoping to snag the first prize of €880,000.

Also returning tomorrow is EPT Omaha Player of the Year Khiem Nguyen. Nguyen has numerous EPT side event results but this his first ever EPT Main Event cash. He will be joined by Masters Finale champion Robert Auer, France Poker Series High Roller finalist Roman Korenev, EPT Grand Final High Roller runner-up Olivier Busquet, EPT Tallinn winner Kevin Stani, Irish Poker Open finalist Calvin Anderson and Robert Haigh.

With 912 players, this was the second biggest EPT in Germany, generating a €4,423,200 prize pool and €880,000 first prize; 136 players in all will get paid.

- Source: www.pokerstars.com

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