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2011 EPT Madrid Main Event Chip Leaders – Day 3

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
May/10/2011
2011 EPT Main Event

The 2011 EPT Madrid Main Event chip leaders after Day 3 had an American atop the board with 23740000 chips. 

Eugene Yanayt held onto the lead coming into Day 4.  The relatively unknown California-based player has just two cashes in live poker tournaments to date with over $30,000 in winnings. 

24 of 686 players remained in the event.

There were four players from the USA, two from Spain, two from Italy, two from Mexico and one each from Norway, Sweden, Slovakia, Brazil, Venezuela, Lebanon, Hungary, Russia, The United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, France and Lithuania. 

One of the biggest remaining names is Alex Gomes of Brazil, who has won a few million over his live poker career.

PokerStars pro Victor Ramdin from the Bronx, New York is still alive and has won over $3 million in live tournament play.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com


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