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Ludovic Lacay Leads for Day 4 of EPT Prague 2014

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Dec/15/2013
Ludovic Lacay Leads for Day 4 of EPT Prague 2014

EPT Sanremo champion Ludovic Lacay is chip leader as the EPT Prague Main Event goes in to Day 4. The French pro has a massive 1.7 million in chips, more than 500,000 clear of his nearest rival, German player Julian Track. There are now just 61 players left from the record-breaking starting field of 1,007. Other big names still in contention for the €889,000 first prize are Jonathan Little, Ole Schemion, Ana Marquez, Eureka Main Event winner Dimitri Holdeew and Stephen Chidwick.

The €4,883,950 prize pool is being divvied up between between 151 players with the winner taking home not only a hefty cash prize but also the coveted EPT trophy and stunning watch from Official EPT 10 Main Event Watch Sponsor SLYDE as well.

This season's players hail from 60 countries with Russia totally dominating - 127 players or around 13% of the field.
 

Source: www.pokerstars.com

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