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2010 EPT Prague: US Player Chip Leader After Day 1A

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Dec/13/2010
2010 EPT Prague

The 2010 EPT Prague poker tournament began this week.  85 players move onward to day 2.

The current chip leader is American Elias Brussianos with 199,600.

This poker tournament is a €5,300 EPT Prague event that runs December 13-18 at Golden Prague Poker at the Hilton Prague Hotel. A total of 191 players started Day 1A.

American Matt Afleck was among the big name survivors after Day 1A.  Also moving on were EPT Warsaw finalist Oleksander Vaserfirer, French Partouche finalist Fabrice Soulier, Czech pro Martin Kabrhel and EPT Players Choice Award winner Kevin MacPhee

2010 EPT Prague Chip Leaders After Day 1A

Elias Brussianos USA 199,600

Nicolas Babel France 191,200

Ruslan Prydryk Ukraine 181,000

Nikolay Losev Russia PokerStars qualifier 165,000

Fernando Brito Portugal 160,500

Dermot Blain Ireland  153,800

Dominik Nitsche Germany  PokerStars player 137,900

Jonathan Weekes UK PokerStars qualifier 134,900

Guillaume Darcourt France 128,700

Orpen Kisacikoglu Turkey 123,700

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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