EPT London 2011: Viktor Blom Among Top 10 Chip Leaders

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Patrick Flanigan
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EPT London 2011

A total of 691 players from 52 countries competed at EPT London 2011 - 411 on Day 1b today and 280 on Day 1a yesterday. More than a quarter of the field - 179 players - are from the UK.

The total prize pool = £3,351,350; first prize is £750,000; paying 104 places.

The top 10 chip leaders on Saturday included none other than Swedish high stakes Internet sensation Viktor Blom.

2005 World Series of Poker Main Event winner, Joe Hachem, was the second biggest chip leader.

Famed tennis player Boris Becker also ranked among the top 10 chip leaders. 

Poker babe Liv Boeree was holding her own among the top 10 leaders.

Martins AdeniyaUnited Kingdom 90000

Joe HachemAustraliaTeam 60000

Bill ChenUSA57000

Johannes StrassmannGermany 56000

Boris BeckerGermany 56000

Matthias De Meulder Belgium 40000

Kevin Williams United Kingdom 40000

Liv Boeree United Kingdom 33000

Vicky Coren United Kingdom 30000

Viktor Blom Sweden 30000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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