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Winner of Notorious 2010 EPT Berlin Leads at Prague Poker Tournament

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Dec/16/2010
Kevin MacPhee

There were 23 poker players remaining at this year’s EPT Prague event after Day 3.  Kevin MacPhee of the US led with the most number of chips:  2096000.  There were 563 players originally entered in the event.

MacPhee is fairly prominent on the live poker circuit, having won nearly $2 million to date.  Much of that money was won this past March at the PokerStars.com EPT Berlin - Season 6:  EPT No Limit Hold'em (Up) Championship.

Little did MacPhee know at the time he would be winning the world’s most recognized poker tournament of the year.  That’s because the EPT Berlin event received worldwide media attention following a brazen daytime robbery during its final hours.  MacPhee would later appear on several talk shows discussing the crime that unfolded.  The suspects were later apprehended.

All of your 2010 EPT Prague survivors after Day 3 appear below:
 

 

Player         Country                  Status                                    Chip Count

Kevin MacPhee                    USA                                             2096000

Jan Bendik                           Slovakia                                     1846000

Peter Skripka                           Russia                                    1216000

Salvatore Bonavena                  Italy                                       1166000

Marco Leonzio                           Italy                                      1064000

Nikolay Losev                           Russia                                   971000

Denis Kipnis                           Russia                                     912000

Manuel Bevand                  France                                        849000

Marcin Horecki                  Poland                                         739000

Richard Toth                           Hungary                                 680000

Jean Sami Souleiman                  Lebanon                           670000

Roberto Nulli                           Italy                                       605000

Haykel Cherif Vidal                  Spain                                    572000

Rob Hollink                           Netherlands                             529000

Sergio Rodriguez Sanchez         Spain                                513000

Roberto Romanello                  UK                                       512000

Ion Pavel                           Romania                                    477000

Emilliano Bono                  Italy                                            371000

Ludovic Marguerat                  Switzerland                          335000

Andrea Ferrari                  Italy                                            303000

Melanie Weisner                  USA                                        260000

Zoltan Szabo                           Hungary                              253000

Josh Prager                           USA                                      141000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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