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Shahaf Hadaya Leads EPT Deauville 2013 After Day 4

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Feb/06/2013
Shahaf Hadaya Leads EPT Deauville 2013 After Day 4

Israeli player Shahaf Hadaya is leading EPT Deauville with 1,237,000. There are 51 players still in contention for the €770,000 first prize.

Among those who will be returning for Day 4 tomorrow are former Deauville champion Lucien Cohen and EPT Prague winner Salvatore Bonavena as well as Sam Grafton, James Mitchell, Gordon Huntly, Aurelien Guiglini, Mathew Frankland, Jason Koon, Kristijonas Andrulis, Alexander Dovzhenko, Michel Abecassis and PCA finalist Ionel Anton.

Nearly 70 players have already cashed including Team PokerStars Pros Matthias De Meulder and Sandra Naujoks. 120 players are getting paid. The €5,300 event attracted 782 players, creating a €3,753,600 prize pool.

In addition to the title and cash prize, the EPT Deauville champion will also receive a stunning watch worth more than €5,000 from luxury Swiss brand Slyde, the Official Watch Sponsor for EPT9 Main Events.

 

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