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EPT9 Berlin Results: Day 1A

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Apr/21/2013
EPT9 Berlin Results:  Day 1A

German player Ronny Voth is leading the EPT9 Berlin Main Event at the end of Day 1a with 196,100 in chips. There were 347 players today including tennis legend Boris Becker and Team Pros Liv Boeree, Matthias de Meulder, Johnny Lodden, Max Lykov, Michael Keiner, Jan Heitmann and Marcin Horecki.

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Day 1b players are set to include Team Pros Vanessa Selbst, Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, Eugene Katchalov, Sebastian Ruthenberg, Luca Pagano, Dario Minieri and Jake Cody as well as former Berlin champ Kevin MacPhee.

EPT5 Grand Final champion Pieter de Korver from Holland won the inaugural €3,200 Berlin Cup for €145,500. De Korver has had a phenomenal run in the last few months including runner-up in the Amsterdam Master Classics in November and third place in the Hold'em Challenge Winter Edition in Namur in December.

The Berlin Cup started Wednesday with 911 players from 53 countries, creating a €883,670 prize pool.

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