The PokerStars.net European Poker Tour Prague Main Event has progressed to Day 4 and now only 55 players remain in the €5,300 buy-in tournament. When play resumes at 12:00CET one of our very own will find himself in the top three chip counts; step forward Mr Christopher Brammer.
Brammer ended Day 3 with a monster stack of 1,021,000 chips, enough to place him third overall going into the penultimate day’s play. The young Brit will be pleased with his table draw for Day 4 too thanks to him having position on three short stacks and having the tight Martin Hanowski to his direct right. It could be a very good day for the man better known in online circles as NigDawG.
Joining Brammer on Day 4 are two of his fellow Brits. Roberto Romanello is the last surviving former EPT champion still in the field, should he make it through to Day 5 we will not be able to help ourselves asking the question of whether he will be the first player to win two EPT titles. He starts Day 4 with 278,000 chips. Romanello will not be delighted at the prospect of having Team PokerStars Pro Johnny Lodden on his table, but the rest of his opponents should not give the Welshman too many problems.
Last, but certainly not least, is Ben Warrington who will start play with 545,000 chips. Warrington has over $2,000,000 in online cashes, but just $67,000 in the live arena. He has locked up an additional €15,000 here in Prague and should he make it through the day, that amount will increase to €25,000.
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