Peter Eastgate makes EPT Deauville final table

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Jan 25, 2010 Posted in EPT News, Tournament News | No Comments »

2008 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Peter Eastgate has had his struggles since his monster win, but the young poker superstar has found his way to the EPT Deauville final table. Unfortunately, Eastgate is the short-stack with 695k chips.

Eastgate has some stiff competition at the final table, with former EPT champion Mike McDonald –who is even younger than Eastgate at 20 years-old– and a bevy of young poker professionals from all over the globe. Eastgate, at 24, is one of the elder statesmen at the table with four of the remaining players younger than him!

The current chip-leader is a 21 year-old from Romania, Teodor Caraba, with a mammoth chip-stack of 6.9 million. Another 21 year-old, Jake Cody, known as “Neverbluff67” in the world of online poker is sitting on a stack of 4.65 million chips.

Play will resume today at noon local time.

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