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EPT San Remo 2011 – Day 3 Chip Counts and Joe Cada Still Strong

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Apr/30/2011
EPT San Remo 2011

The EPT San Remo 2011 Day 3 chip counts are in with 60 out of 987 players remaining at the PokerStars.com sponsored event.  A relatively unknown player by the name of Robert Spada from Italy led the pack.

Nicolas Yunis of the US was the second biggest chip leader.  He is also a relatively unkown player with only two cashes on the live circuit.

The next biggest chip leader from the US is hardly an unknown, in fact he won the 2009 World Series of Poker main event.  Joe Cada had the 14th largest number of chips heading into Day 4.

The 3rd biggest chip holder, Max Lykov, comes to us from Russia.

Paolo Rigano came in 4th place.  He is from Italy.

Ludovic Lacay of France had the 5th largest chip count. 

Four more Italians made up the remaining top 10 while another Frenchman filled the last remaining spot.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

 

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