EPT Barcelona Open Day 2 Results: Italy, Germany, USA Lead

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It's Italy that led the way followed by the United States at the EPT Barcelona Open. However, there were more players from Germany among the top 10 leaders than any other nation.

36 players were attempting to make the final table of eight.

The top 10 chip leaders after Day 2 were as follows:

Davidi Kitai 544,500 - Kitai was the first World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner from the nation of Belgium. The 28 year old's career tournament earnings thus far were totaled somewhere around $450,000.

Dren Ukella 374,500 - Germany

Daniele Mazzia 374,000 - This Italian player has won just over $100,000 in lifetime tournament play.

Stephen Chidwick 355,000 - Chidwick is from the United Kingdom. He is one of today's top single table Sit & Go players and can often be found at high-stakes satellite SnG's according to PocketFives.com. He's also won an UltimateBet.com tournament.

Jason Mercier 345,000 - While those of us here at Gambling911.com would have guessed FRANCE - Mercier is actually the leading American player at the EPT Barcelona Open, this 21 year old has won the largest live poker tournament ever held in Italy, which was an EPT event in San Remo.

Steven Weusten 332,000 - Holland

Sebastian Ruthenberg 326,000 - This German poker player has nearly a million in career tournament winnings, including one WSOP bracelet. His favorite poker game is Texas Hold'em.

Michael Keiner 293,000 - Michael Keiner a professional poker player and one time cosmetic surgeon from Braunfels, Germany. He won his first Bracelet at the WSOP 2007. His total tournament winnings are around $740,000.

Chad Brown 259,000 - This American from Margate, Florida via The Bronx, New York, has won $1,896,207 in career tournament play.

Jonas Klausen 237,000 - Denmark.

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