2008 PokerStars.com EPT Budapest

€4,350 EPT Budapest Main Event
Day: 2
Event Info

2008 PokerStars.com EPT Budapest

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
25,000 / 50,000

€4,350 EPT Budapest Main Event

Day 2 Completed

End of Day 2 Chip Counts

Chipleader - Albert Iverson from Denmark
Chipleader - Albert Iverson from Denmark
42 players remain. Here's the official end of Day 2 chip counts...

Albert Iversen 442,500
Martin Jacobson 365,000
Ciprian Hrisca 280,000
Casey Castle 264,500
William Fry 257,000
Lukas Benkovic 224,000
Pasquale Braco 208,500
Marino Serenelli 195,500
Zoltan Toth 175,000
Ofir Abramovivi 163,000
Janek Schleicher 161,500
Christophe Haller 142,000
Micha Hoedemaker 142,000
Robin Keston 137,000
Nicolo Calia 132,000
Johnny Lodden 131,500
Tommi Etelapera 130,500
Mauro Corsetti 116,000
Alexander Kravchenko 114,500
Denis Volkov 106,500
Dave Hardy 101,500
Szabolcs Attila Saskoy 98,500
Jari Pekka Juhola 92,500
Gino Alacqua 89,500
Dwayne Stacey 86,500
Christophe Wemelbeke 80,000
Menno Antonius Bussinik 79,000
Rikard Englund 75,500
Milan Andrejkovics 75,500
Ivo Donev 67,500
Robert Firestone 67,500
Simeon Tsonev 64,000
[Removed:133] 63,000
Pantelis Pavlis 59,000
Sebastian Saffari 53,000
Tibor Tolnai 50,000
Nicholas Maieritsch 49,000
Korotkov Oleg 45,000
Ofer Golko 39,500
Jecek Ladny 33,000
Severin Walser 33,000
George Mckeever 23,500

Tags: Albert Iverson

Day 2 is Over; 42 Players Remain

The busted have none of these
The busted have none of these
Well, it's been fast and it's been furious. In eight short levels the field has been whittled down from 182 to just 42 players, and with 56 places playing out we are now well inside the money.

Those who fell short of the cash include such luminaries as Day 1a chip leader Annette Obrestad and Day 1a second chip leader Arnaud Mattern, both Paganos, and top Hungarian player and two-time EPT runner-up Denes Kalo. Those making the cash but not Day 3 included Sorel Mizzi, Danny Ryan, and EPT Live's own Kara Scott.

Still in the running, though, are Johnny Lodden, Casey Kastle, Ivo Donev, and Robin Keston. Join us back here at PokerNews tomorrow from 1pm local time to find out who makes the coveted final table...

Last-Minute Double-Ups

The clock has been stopped and all media ejected from the floor while they play the last five hands of the night.

Just before the summary ejection of the press, though, Pantelis Pavlis doubled through Janek Schleicher with {A-Spades} {2-Clubs} against {K-Diamonds} {Q-Hearts}, with no help for either player.

Also, Tibor Tolnai's {A-Spades} {J-Clubs} came good against chipped-up Albert Iversen's pocket nines on a {6-Clubs} {A-Diamonds} {K-Spades} {7-Diamonds} {K-?} board for a much-needed double-up.