Main Event

Vinci Doubles Up

Pasquale Vinci has doubled up through Ramin Hajiyev, the Italian had moved all for 129,000 from the small blind and received a quick call from his opponent's {A-Spades}{Q-Spades} in the big blind. Vinci looked to be heading out the door but spiked on the river of a {10-Spades}{5-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{6-Spades} board to stay in the game.

Ramin Hajiyev az
Ramin Hajiyev
az 880,000 -120,000
Pasquale Vinci it
Pasquale Vinci
it 270,000 73,000

Oznake: Ramin HajiyevPasquale Vinci

Kaiser Will Not Be King In Campione

Ronnie Kaiser
Ronnie Kaiser

Ronnie Kaiser started the day with one of the shortest stacks of the final 24 players and in desperate need of a double up or two. When the action folded to him in late position he looked down to find {K-Clubs}{3-Clubs} staring back at him and decided that they were more than enough to get his chips into the middle with. Unfortunately for him Simeon Naydenov was sat there with {A-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds} and he made the call.

"No ace on the flop," pleaded Kaiser and the flop was void of an ace, but what the Swiss national forget to ask for was no nine too because the flop came down {9-Spades}{J-Hearts}{4-Clubs}, followed by the {2-Hearts} turn and the {5-Spades} river and Kaiser was eliminated in 22nd place, leaving David Vamplew as the only former EPT Champion in the field.

Simeon Naydenov bg
Simeon Naydenov
bg 1,561,000 485,000
Ronnie Kaiser ch
Ronnie Kaiser
ch Izpadel

Oznake: Ronnie KaiserSimeon Naydenov

Jose Manuel Nadal and Carlos Mora Bust Right at the Off

Mexico's hopes of having a first EPT champion were dashed within minutes of the start as both their finals representatives were eliminated.

First to to go was Jose Manuel Nadal, whose aces were cracked by fellow Mexican Carlos Mora. The latter had ace-ten and made a straight by the river.

Moments later Mora himself busted after he four-bet jammed ace-queen into the kings Simeon Naydenov.

Jose Manuel Nadal
Jose Manuel Nadal
Carlos Mora
Carlos Mora

Oznake: Jose Manuel NadalCarlos Mora

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EPT Campione: 24 to 8

David Vamplew chasing a historic double
David Vamplew chasing a historic double

Welcome back to the European Poker Tour brought to you from Casino Campione. The plan is very simple on this days: make three tables become one, final table.

Yesterday we started the day with eight former EPT champions in the field but by the end of the day just two remained. Ronny Kaiser has his work cut out if he wants to be a record breaker as he is the the shortest stack coming in to today. David Vamplew is the other player and he has average stacked 747,00, and therefore will have higher aspirations of where his day finished.

The main man coming into today is Jannick Wrang who claimed the lead during the day yesterday, lost it for a while, and then claimed it back by the end of the day. He has a bad draw though with the big stacked and talented duo of Fabrice Soulier and Olivier Busquet sat to his left.

Play is due to get under way very soon so don't go anywhere.

Day 4 Seat Draw

11Panagiotis Gavriulidis485.000
12Jean-Philippe Rohr664.000
13Robin Ylitalo1.221.000
14Koen De Visscher858.000
15Balazs Botond646.000
16Pasquale Vinci197.000
17Ramin Hajiyev1.000.000
18Giuseppe Biancoviso820.000
21Stefano Puccilli696.000
22Jose Manuel Nadal240.000
23Primoz Adamič344.000
24David Vamplew747.000
25Ronny Kaiser169.000
26Carlos Mora195.000
27Simeon Naydenov1.076.000
28Stefano Demontis544.000
31Alessandro Minasi342.000
32Jannick Wrang1.742.000
33Fabrice Soulier1.230.000
34Adrian Veghinas420.000
35Olivier Busquet973.000
36Andrea Benelli352.000
37Alexandre Andermatt968.000
38Mario Nagel1.125.000
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