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EPT Copenhagen 2011 Final Table Determined

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Feb/25/2011
EPT Copenhagen 2011 Final Table

The EPT Copenhagen 2011 final table has been set with eight players remaining.  Who are they?

Per Linde of Sweden leads the way with 4980000 chips.  He has won over $400,000 life time.

PokerStars qualifier Kevin Iacofano was in 2nd place.  He resides in the USA and has won close to $200,000 lifetime on the live poker circuit. 

Nikolas Liakos is in 3rd.  He is from Sweden.

Juha Helppi is from Finland.  He is the 4th biggest chip leader.  He has over $2.5 million in life time winnings on the live poker circuit.  This is a culmination of wins since 2001 including a few 2nd place finishes and 7 1st place finishes. 

Michael Tureniec of Sweden has led the way throughout a good portion of the EPT Copenhagen 2011 and now had the 5th biggest chip count.   He is another successful player on the live circuit, having won over $2 million lifetime.  His biggest win came in 2008 at the PokerStars European Poker Championship Season 5 No Limit Hold’em Championship.  This was a 2nd place finish with over $1 million won.

John Eames of the UK was in 6th place.

Madassar Khan was the only local sitting at the final table of the EPT Copenhagen 2011 in 7th place.

Dalle Molle represented Italy in 8th place. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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