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David Yan Leads for Day 2 of EPT Sanremo 2014

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Apr/15/2014
David Yan Leads for Da2 of EPT Sanremo 2014

There were 381 entries for Day 1b of the EPT Sanremo Main Event today which, combined with yesterday's 175 Day 1a entries gives a total field of 556 so far - however players have until start of play on Day 2 to buy in.

Leading the 316 players going in to Day 2 is David Yan from New Zealnd with 179,100 chips. The Day 1a chip leader was Cristiano Guerra who had 148,700. EPTLive kicks off at noon with daily coverage from the Main Event from now until the cards-up final table on April 20 (subject to a 1-hour security delay). Watch it live on Facebook or on PokerStars.tv

Among those returning for Day 2 are Team PokerStars Pros Vanessa Selbst, Johnny Lodden, Nacho Barbero, 
Vicky Coren, Pier Paolo Fabretti, Victor Ramdin, 
Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, Liv Boeree and Team Online's Mickey Petersen and Giada Fang.

Overall, some 140 players qualified for EPT Sanremo. The EPT Sanremo Poker Festival has been scheduled to run virtually seamlessly in to the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino EPT Grand Final which runs April 23 to May 2 in Monaco, just 30 minutes drive down the road. For more info, see http://psta.rs/EPT_GF

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