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European Poker Tour San Remo Day 4 Update

Final Table Set for Largest European EPT Event Ever

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Day 4 of the PokerStars.com European Poker Tour San Remo saw 32 players take to the felt pushing for the €1.5 million top prize. By the end of play we had our final eight. Those knocked out along the way were:





9: Pierre Neuville, Belgium, €78,800


10: Gianni Giaroni, Italy, €78,800


11: Giuseppe Argento, Italy, €45,700


12: Sami Kelopuro, Finland, €45,700


13: Rasmus Akerblom, Sweden, €35,400


14: Pietro Sibione, Germany, €35,400


15: Katalin Jerney, Hungary, €30,850


16: Stefan Raffay, Denmark, €30,850


17: Steven Silverman, United States, €26,300


18: Julien Legros, France, €26,300


19: David Eldar, Australia, €26,300


20: Massimiliano Trifoglio, Italy, €26,300


21: Dennis Bejedal, Sweden, €26,300


22  Malte Strothmann, Germany,  €26,300


23: Doron Tourgman, Germany, €26,300


24: Luigi Abiusi, Italy, €26,300


25: Pietro Capriotti, Italy, €21,700


26: Sebastien Bidenger, France, €21,700


27: Vedat Akdemir, Holland, €21,700


28: Eduardo Burgio, Italy, €21,700


29: Ben Kang, Germany,  €21,700


30: Matias Knaapinen, Finland, €21,700


31: Bulent Karsli, Germany, €21,700


32: Fabio Mazzarello, Italy, €21,700





The remaining players are:

  1. Dragan Galic: 3,098,000
  2. Gustav Sundell: 2,625,000
  3. William Reynolds: 2,531,000
  4. Constant Rijkenberg: 932,000
  5. Alexander Fitzgerald: 721,000
  6. Danilo D’Ettoris: 686,000
  7. Kalle Niem: 641,000
  8. Ovidiu Balaj: 625,000

Here’s how some of the action went down from CardPlayer.com’s live updates yesterday:





Benjamin Kang Eliminated in 29th Place (€21,700)





Benjamin Kang (pictured right) was all in on the button for 236,000, and it was about 197,000 for Danilo D’Ettoris to call. Benjamin Kang"What’s the difference?" D’Ettoris asked the dealer and then called after a minute. He showed Q Q, and Kang flipped over 9 9.





The board brought an interesting 10 8 7 for a straight draw for Kang. "One time!" he laughed. The turn and the river only offered a couple of threes — 3 and 3 — and EPT San Remo lost its last familiar, friendly face.





David Eldar Eliminated in 19th Place (€26,300)






Australian David Eldar was a mid-session victim on day 4. All in with A-K on a flop of 8-7-2. Dragan Galic quickly called, his A-7 having hit a 7, and he stayed ahead throughout the 10 turn and 4 river.





Eldar played extremely well and went home with €26,300 for 19th place.


 


Katalin Jerney Eliminated in 15th Place (€30,850)





Katalin Jerney was all in for 350,000. There were two more players to act. William Reynolds reraised all in and got rid of the third player, Kalle Niem. Reynolds flipped over 6 6, and Jerney showed A 8.





The board fell Q 7 4, but it wasn’t going to go Jerney’s way this time, either, as Reynold pulled further ahead with the 6 turn and Q river. His full house put the last female out of the event, but she remained happy and was delighted with her finish. It was a good example of how to end four days of hard work at the felt.


 


Pierre Neuville Eliminated in Ninth Place (€78,800)

Pierre Neuville was the final-table bubble boy. All in with K 10, Gustav Sundell was the one to take him out with pocket queens.

Be sure to check out the live stream as today’s final table plays out and CardPlayer.com will be updating you regularly with all the action.