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Eight Countries Do Battle At European Poker Tour San Remo Main Event

Canada Leads European Poker Tour Main Event Final In San Remo

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Jason Tompkins. Credit: Neil StoddartThere is a lot of hunger at the European Poker Tour San Remo main event final table with €800,000 for the last player standing. The final eight are led by Jason Lavallee in the hunt for this major title takedown.

It won’t be an easy ride for the Canadian however with French pro Ludovic Lacay hot on his heels and Irish rising star Jason Tompkins searching to be the first Irish EPT champion.

Lacay has cashed in nine EPT main events and is primed and ready for San Remo glory while Tompkins has been among chip leaders since day one and will not go down without a fight.

Of the 797 players from 52 countries who entered the €5,000 + €300 buy-in main event, the final table features players representing eight different countries; France, Ireland, Poland, USA, Canada, Germany, Italy, and Russia.

Here is what the final table looks like:

Jason Lavallee (Canada) 5,545,000
Ludovic Lacay (France) 5,366,000
Jason Tompkins (Ireland) 3,605,000
Adrian Piasecki (Poland) 2,045,000
Ismael Bojang (Germany) 2,845,000
Angelo Recchia (Italy) 1,755,000
Micah Raskin (USA) 1,550,000
Artem Litvinov (Russia) 800,000

Here is what they are playing for:

1. €800,000
2. €483,000
3. €283,000
4. €225,000
5. €171,000
6. €132,000
7. €96,000
8. €65,450

Photographs Credit: Neil Stoddart.