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Epic Poker League Pro/Am #2 Chip Leader is Greg Mueller After Day 1b

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Sep/04/2011
Epic Poker League Pro/Am #2

11 out of 53 of the starting players remained after Day 1b of the Epic Poker League $1,500 Pro/Am #2.  Greg Mueller was chip leader with 140,500 in chips. 

Those moving on included the likes of Ryan Young, Tim West, Sean Getzwiller, Nam Le, Andreas Hoivold, Jeremiah DeGreef, JJ Liu, Brent Roberts and Michael Divita.

They will combine with the nine surviving players from Day 1a that include World Series of Poker record bracelet holder Phil Hellmuth, Rep Porter, Matt Marafioti, Brandon Meyers, Russell Rosenblum, Christian Harder, Jamie Kaplan, Orson Young and Jeremy Ausmus.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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