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Aku Joentausta Still the Chip Leader Going Into Day 4 of EPT9 Berlin

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Apr/25/2013
Aku Joentausta Still the Chip Leader Going Into Day 4 of EPT9 Berlin

Finnish player Aku Joentausta was the overnight chip leader yet again Wednesday.

The 21-year-old, who came 14th at EPT Barcelona at the beginning of the season, goes into Day 4 of EPT9 Berlin with 1,039,000. He is one of 55 players who have made it through from the 168 who started the day. The survivors also include tennis legend and Team SportStar Boris Becker who is recording his best ever live event cash, guaranteed at least €15,000. His previous best was 97th at EPT Barcelona for €8,000.

Also still in are Team Pros Liv Boeree (EPT Sanremo winner) and Sandra Naujoks (EPT Dortmund champ), as well as EPT Baden winner Thang Duc Nguyen, EPT Campione runner-up Olivier Busquet, EPT Tallinn winner Kevin Stani and EPT presenter Natalie Hof plus top pros Bryn Kenney, Pratyush Buddiga and Calvin Anderson.

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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