The Prague leg of the PokerStars European Poker Tour is rapidly approaching the money places with 136 players remaining and 104 spots paid and still in the hunt are five talented Brits in the shape of Rupert Elder, Chris Moorman, Max Silver, Liv Boeree and Martins Adeniya.
The best placed of this quintet is Elder who will start the day with 313,700 chips. Elder is one of two surviving Brits who could become the first-ever double EPT winner as he won EPT San Remo during Season 7 back in April. There are never any easy starting table in the latter stages of EPTs but Elder has draw a real stinker. He will start the day on Table 13 with fellow Brit Silver, Nicolas Levi and Mike “Timex” McDonald. Good luck sir.
The second Brit who could win their second EPT title is Miss Boeree, herself a former EPT San Remo champion. Since that massive win Boeree has struggled to reproduce the form that saw her walk away with the massive €1,250,000 first place prize so a deep run here would be a massive confidence booster for everyone's favourite astrophysicist!
Special mentions have to also go to Moorman, Silver and Adeniya, any of whom everyone at UK PokerNews would be delighted to see do well. Both Silver and Moorman are in great form and Adeniya has to be one of the most consistent performers in the game today and if he can chip up early doors and stay away from cooler hands he will certainly be a threat in this tournament.
How The Brits Stack Up At EPT Prague