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London's Calling: WSOPE £2500 PLO/PLH down to Five, European Championships Results

London's Calling: WSOPE £2500 PLO/PLH down to Five, European Championships Results 0001

Five Remain in £2500 Pot Limit Omaha/Hold'em

22 players came back for the penultimate day of the £2500 Pot Limit Omaha/Hold'em event at the WSOPE. The plan of attack from tournament director Jack Effel was to play down to a winner, given such a small field, but that plan was reversed with five players remaining. Howard Lederer, Chris Bjorin, Hoy Corkins and Ian Frazer (Making his second consecutive cash in the WSOPE) were the four notables to make the final table but exit last night.

Which leaves a very high profile final five to do battle this afternoon. UK high stakes PLO specialist Robin Keston is the guy with a lot of catching up to do, with 63,000 chips and not too far head is Canadian Erik Cajelais. Vying to win his 7th WSOP bracelet is four time player of the year winner Men 'The Master' Nguyen and just ahead of him is recent GUKPT Luton Champion Richard Gryko. Finally the man they all have to beat is EPT Dublin champion Mats Gavatin. They are playing for a first prize of £104,677 and check out our live updates for all the action.

Mats Gavatin – 448,000
Richard Gryko – 329,000
Men Nguyen – 268,000
Erik Cajelais – 81,000
Robin Keston – 63,000

Results from the European Championships

Over at the Victoria Casino there is an equally high profile festival taking place, the European Championships which is part of the EPT schedule. We have the results in from their first six events and some big names have made up the money spots so far:

£750 NLH Freezeout
64 Runners
1st Daniel Rudd £17,300
2nd Willie Tann £12,000
3rd Chris Bjorin £6,800
4th Robert Lim £4,200
5th Adam Vinson £3,400
6th Priyan De Mel £2,400
7th Fuad Serhan £1,900
£200 PLO Rebuy
37 Runners, 59 Rebuys
1st Jim Reid £7,300
2nd Garry Mills £5,180
3rd Andrew Kratke £3,460
4th Ben Vinson £1,920
5th Stuart Nash £1,34
£300 NLH Freezeout
172 Runners
1st Eamonn Gilroy £16,000
2nd Leon Louis £10,190
3rd Sadan Turker £6,710
4th William Brewin £4,130
5th Partik Ghatge £3,220
6th John Pattie £2,450
7th Jamie Shiells £1,940
8th Nathan Lee £1,420
9th Michael Chambers £1,030
£500 PLO Double Chance
56 Runners
1st Joseph Rutledge £10,360
2nd Stuart Nash £7,280
3rd Gary Mills £4,480
4th Martyn Cavanagh £2,520
5th Cristiano Blanco £1,960
6th Fuad Serhan £1,40
£1000 NLH Freezeout
51 Runners
1st Martyn Cavanagh £18,870
2nd Willie Tann £13,260
3rd Giovanni Ruppi £8,160
4th Michael Ellis £4,590
5th Andrew Bradshaw £3,570
6th Cristiano Blanco £2,5
£500 NLH Freezeout
106 Runners
1st Lukas Baumer £17,480
2nd Sadan Turker £11,660
3rd Cristiano Blanco £7,160
4th George Achillea £4,500
5th Sofianos Vergitsis £3,440
6th Leon Louis £2,650
7th John Hadjinicolaou £1,990
8th Mark Norman £1,460
9th Martin Bader £1,060

Today's Action

The final of the £2500 Pot Limit Omaha/Hold'em takes place today, as does the start of the hotly contested £5000 Pot Limit Omaha event. Over at the Vic there is a £250 satellite to the £1500 freezeout tomorrow.

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