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Steve O’Dwyer Leads for Day 5 of 2013 EPT London Main Event

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Mar/14/2013
Steve O’Dwyer Leads for Day 5 of 2013 EPT London Main Event

EPT8 London runner-up Steve O'Dwyer is leading the final 16 going in to Day 5 of this season's £5,250 Main Event. He has 2,124,000. Also still in contention for the £700,000 first prize is EPT Grand Final champ Nic Chouity, Team 
PokerStars Pro Theo Jorgensen, Chris Moorman and Ruben Visser.

There were 647 players from 58 countries competing in the event which started on Sunday, creating a £3,137,950 prize pool. As well as their cash prize, Sunday's winner will receive a stunning watch from Slyde, the Official Watch Sponsor for EPT9 Main Events. 96 players are being paid.

Click here for PokerStars blog report

This season, for the first time, the EPT joined forces with the UKIPT to create a 12-day mega-festival of poker featuring 37 events across two top London venues: the Grosvenor Victoria Casino (the Vic) and The Hippodrome Casino, home of the brand new "PokerStars LIVE" poker room.

EPT LONDON £10K HIGH ROLLER 
The EPT High Roller started today with at least 92 players. The winner will receive a stunning bracelet from Shamballa Jewels, the Officlal Bracelet Sponsor for EPT9 High Rollers. Click here for PokerStars blog reports.

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