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BoylePoker.com IPO London Main Event Reaches its Final Table

BoylePoker.com IPO London Main Event Reaches its Final Table 0001

This afternoon at the Aspers Casino in Stratford, nine poker players will sit down and battle it out for the title of BoylePoker.com International Poker Open (IPO) Main Event champion. The man who is in pole position going into the final table is Saulius Tumosa and his 1,256,000 stack.

Irishman Tumosa is one of only two players to sit down with a seven-figure stack, the other being Andrew Berkecz on 1,040,000. Although the result of this tournament is currently unknown, it does represent the fourth major live tournament cash of Tumosa’s career and should he finished fourth or better he will best his largest cash of £3,950.

Joining Tumosa and Berkecz at the final table of IPO London are Michael Wright, Sandeep Phull, Andrew Sotiriou, Kirit Patel, Ken San, Paul Wimbledon and Asif Yusuf.

Play resumes at 14:00 and will continue until one player has won all of the chip in play. The blinds and antes will start at 10,000/20,000/2,000a, which means the likes of Yusuf, Wimbledon, San and Patel are rather short stacked and will be looking to make some moves from the moment the tournament resumes.

IPO London Main Event Final Table

SeatPlayerChips
1Paul Wimbledon173,000
2Andrew Sotiriou532,000
3Michael Wright915,000
4Andrew Berkecz1,040,000
5Asif Yusuf113,000
6Kirit Patel278,000
7Sandeep Phull700,000
8Saulius Tumosa1,256,000
9Ken San206,000

IPO London Main Event final table payouts

RankPrize
1st£14,595
2nd£10,140
3rd£6,520
4th£4,830
5th£3,620
6th£2,895
7th£2,415
8th£1,930
9th£1,445

You can follow all the action, as it happens, over at the BoylePoker blog but make sure you point your browsers towards UK & Ireland PokerNews tomorrow morning for a recap of the action.

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