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Spain Poker Players Dominate at EPT Barcelona 2011 With 79 Remaining

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Aug/30/2011
Spain Poker Players

Five poker players from Spain sat among the top 10 ship leaders at the EPT Barcelona 2011. 

79 players still remained out of a pool of 811.

Raul Mestre of Spain led the pack during Tuesday afternoon’s play.  He held onto 850,000 chips. 

His biggest cashout to date was 8th place at the PokerStars.com Prague Open EPT – Season 5 No Limit Hold’em.

Tomeu Gomila Romero, also of Spain, had the second biggest chip stack at 790,000. 

Up-and-coming Russian player Evgeny Zaytsev was also among the top 10.   He has won close to $200,000 in just over a year on the live poker circuit.   Zaytsev has a total of 12 cashes. 

Brazilian pro Andre Akkariwas also among the chip leaders and has won just shy of $1 million on the live circuit to date.

Your chip leaders appear below:

205*128 Mad Month

Gomila Romero

Spain

790000

Marcos Fernandez

Spain

715000

Rumen Nanev

Bulgaria

653000

Evgeny Zaytsev

Russia

630000

Marcos Fernandez Diaz De Espada

Spain 605000

Stephane Albertini

France

580000

Jose Angel Latorre Marina

Spain

560000

Andreas Samuelsson

Sweden

560000

Andre Akkari

Brazil

550000

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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