Daniel Negreanu Makes Final Table of EPT Vienna

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Ace King
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Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu has made it to the final table of the EPT Vienna poker tournament, and as Gambling911.com pointed out the other day, Negreanu is poised to become the top all-time live poker tournament money maker should he win this event.  The first place prize in this tournament is €700,000.

Others who have made the EPT Vienna final table:

Luc Cainelli, an Italian poker player who only started playing Texas Hold’em six years ago.  This is his first EPT final table.  He finished 11th at the EPT Berlin and 14th at the EPT Snowfest.  He was starting the final with 1,935,000 chips. 

Matthias Lotze is a 35-year old from Germany.  In previous EPT events, Lotze had never made it passed Day 1.

Andreas Wiese is a 34-year old German who is participating in his first major poker tournament.

Martin Hrugby is a Czech Republic player who turned professional three years ago.  His previous best finish was 22nd in last year’s EPT Grand Final Main Event.

Konstantinos Nanos is a 35-year old Greek player who now lives in Germany.  He is an eye doctor. 

Micheal Eiler is a 20-year old poker player who plays mostly online.  He qualified to play in the EPT Vienna through a satellite qualifier. 

Bruno Launais is a 24-year old French player who has been playing for six years.  At last year’s EPT Deauville he finished in 7th place.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com