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EPT London Crowns David Vamplew King of Scotland

by Rebecca McAdam |  Published: Nov 26, 2010


London’s poker festival this fall saw many of the world’s best players gathered in the same poker rooms across England’s capital city for plenty of explosive action. The PokerStars European Poker Tour £5,250 no-limit hold’em main event was like the cherry on the cake as a record-breaking field made for some exciting twists and turns. Combining the two starting days, the EPT main event attracted a total of 848 players, smashing last year’s record of 730, and making it the largest poker tournament ever held in England. Flurry of Casualties Day 2 saw the return of 380 survivors, but that number needed to be cut by 252 to get to the first payout of £7,500 ($11,787). That didn’t take long, however, as bust-outs came at a fast and furious pace. The list of those who would not be continuing the hunt for the £900,000 top prize included World Series of ...

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