PokerStars EPT Snowfest final table set

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Mar 25, 2011 Posted in Tournament News | No Comments »

Heading into the final table of the PokerStars.net European Poker Tour Snowfest Main Event the entire final table will be trying to chase down chip-leader Kevin Vandermissen, who is sitting on a massive chip lead nearly doubling his closest competitor.

Another player who is likely to get a lot of attention at the final table is Team PKR Poker pro Vladimir Geshkenbein, who is known for his wild play, and willingness to get his chips in the middle with virtually any hand –think Tony G on steroids. Geshkenbein could very well be the first player eliminated, or he could go on to win the whole thing as he did at the APT Macau High-Roller tournament last year.

Here is a look at the final eight players remaining at the EPT Snowfest:

1.    Kevin Vandersmissen — 4,512,000
2.    Cristian Dragomir — 2,293,000
3.    Philip Meulyzer — 1,758,000
4.    Vladimir Geshkenbein — 1,678,000
5.    Koen De Visscher — 1,543,000
6.    Denis Murphy — 991,000
7.    Giacomo Maisto — 986,000
8.    Morten Mortensen — 780,000

The Final Table of the EPT Snowfest will get underway at 2PM local time; here is a look at what the final eight players are playing for:

·    1st place – €390,000
·    2nd place – €260,000
·    3rd place – €147,000
·    4th place – €100,000
·    5th place – €81,000
·    6th place – €65,000
·    7th place – €49,000
·    8th place – €35,000

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