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European Poker Tour 2013 Main Event: Michael Mizrachi Leads

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Apr/22/2013
European Poker Tour 2013 Main Event:  Michael Mizrachi Leads

Lock Poker pro Michael Mizrachi leads after day 1b of the European Poker Tour 2013.  565 players registered at the start of day 1b.  314 remained by day’s end.

Mizrachi is one of the most successful poker players, having won over $14 million in live tournaments to date.

Robin Yitalo, Daniel Reijmer, George Clyde-Smith and Sam Grafton also finished the day with six-figure stacks, according to PokerNews.com

With 912 players registered, this is the second biggest EPT Berlin event thus far. 

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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