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European Poker Tour Warsaw Day 4

The Final Table of Eight is Set – Luca Pagano in Second Chip Position

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Luca PaganoThe 2009 PokerStars European Poker Tour Warsaw main-event final table has been set. Day 4 came to a conclusion when Alexander Debus busted in ninth place today in Poland. The final eight emerged from a total field of 203 players. Oleksandr Vaserfirer (1,854,000) is the chip leader heading to the final table, and Luca Pagano (pictured left) is the headliner in second chip position (984,000). The final table begins tomorrow at 2 p.m. local time in Poland. You can watch every hand from the final table on the EPT Live video feed provided to Card Player by PokerStars. Check back at the end of the final table tomorrow for a recap of the day’s events on CardPlayer.com.

Day 4 saw a field of 24 players return to play, and notable eliminations that occurred during the play-down period to the final table included Shaun Deeb (22nd place), Vitaly Lunkin (20th place), Anthony Lellouche (19th place), and Peter Hedlund (18th place). Here is a look at the tournament statistics for day 4:

Final-Table Chip Counts:

Oleksandr Vaserfirer — 1,854,000
Luca Pagano — 984,000
Clayton Mozdzen — 978,000
Ruslan Prydryk — 658,000
Alfio Battisti — 552,000
Christophe Benzimra — 465,000
Anatoly Gurtoyov — 332,000
Alexander Klimashin — 266,000

Hand of the Day:

Jeff Sarwer Eliminated in 10th Place (85,870 PLN)

Jeff Sarwer raised to 38,000 preflop, and Oleksandr Vaserfirer reraised all in. Sarwer made the all-in call, and they turned up their cards:

Sarwer: ASpade Suit KClub Suit
Vaserfirer: QSpade Suit QDiamond Suit

Board: AHeart Suit 10Diamond Suit 6Spade Suit 10Spade Suit QHeart Suit

Vaserfirer made a full house on the river to win the hand, take the chip lead, and send Sarwer to the rail in 10th place.