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Georgescu Leads at End of EPT Prague Day 1A

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Dec/12/2013
Georgescu Leads at End of EPT Prague Day 1A

Romanian player Georgescu Tiberi-Florian is leading the 210 players who have made it through Day 1a of the EPT 10 Prague Main Event. Also among the chip leaders are Ronny Voth, Joao Simao, Sebastian Saffari and Simon Mattsson. The tourney started at noon with 389 players.

The EPT Prague Main Event runs until December 18 - with a live stream every day on EPTLive, starting at 3pm on Day 1b. Prague is the third stop of EPT Season 10 and yet again has joined the regional Eureka Poker Tour to create a spectacular 11-day festival of poker at the Hilton Prague featuring 47 events.

BENDIK AND PETERS SPLIT EUREKA HIGH ROLLER, THE LATTER TAKES THE TROPHY

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