Live Events 2
Main Event
Days:
Main Event
Day 2 Completed

End of Day Chip Counts (full)

[user46392]
Michael Tureniec se
Michael Tureniec
se 640,000 569,100
Per Linde se
Per Linde
se 514,000 369,000
Joel Nordkvist se
Joel Nordkvist
se 419,000
JP Kelly gb
JP Kelly
gb 416,000 342,300
Daniel Pettersen
Daniel Pettersen
373,200
Thorsten Schafer de
Thorsten Schafer
de 365,800
Simon Hanninger
Simon Hanninger
341,900
Ville Haavisto fi
Ville Haavisto
fi 335,000 289,200
Helge Rahbek
Helge Rahbek
331,100
Vojtech Ruzicka cz
Vojtech Ruzicka
cz 330,800 179,700
Andreas Øe
Andreas Øe
330,600
Meir Dahan
Meir Dahan
318,800
Johnny Jensen
Johnny Jensen
311,600
Kent Lundmark se
Kent Lundmark
se 286,200 118,200
Florian Langmann de
Florian Langmann
de 271,900 224,200
Ivan Freitez ve
Ivan Freitez
ve 267,300
Martin Jacobson se
Martin Jacobson
se 258,900 229,400
Andrea Dalle Molle
Andrea Dalle Molle
258,400 -1,600
Simen Johannessen
Simen Johannessen
253,100
Juha Vilkki
Juha Vilkki
230,400
Marius Mattson
Marius Mattson
230,200
Olivier Sangalli
Olivier Sangalli
219,000
Mark Hirleman
Mark Hirleman
212,900 78,900
Domantas Klimciauskas lt
Domantas Klimciauskas
lt 212,200 8,400
Jens Lauridsen
Jens Lauridsen
210,600

Read full

End of Day 2

Homer • Level 14: 1,500-3,000, 300 ante
Michael Tureniec
Michael Tureniec

Play has now finished for the day and Michael Tureniec is chip leader with a stonking 640,000 after recovering from that earlier battle with PokerStars qualifier Michael Aron. Tureniec finished second at EPT London a few years ago and will be anxious to go one better this time.

In second place at the moment is the in-form Per Linde, the Swede was pipped to Live Player of the Year at the Nordic Poker Awards the other night but has finished today comfortably in second place with 514,600. Joel Nordqvist also is doing well with 419,000 and Team PokerStars Pro JP Kelly is also in the mix with 416,000.

76 players will return tomorrow as we play down to the final three tables but only 64 places are being paid.

Join us tomorrow from midday as we go on through the bubble and deep into the cash!

Tags: Michael Tureniec

Jacobson Brings Danny to His Neess

[user46392] • Level 14: 1,500-3,000, 300 ante
Martin Jacobson
Martin Jacobson

Martin Jacobson has enjoyed a last-minute double up to around 260,000 - not bad, seeing as he was down to just 14,000 early today.

Jacobson: {9-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}
Danny Neess: {a-Spades}{k-Hearts}

Board: {j-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}{j-Spades}{9-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}

Neess was crippled and exited a hand or two later.

Tags: Martin JacobsonDanny Neess

As Per Usual

[user46392] • Level 14: 1,500-3,000, 300 ante
Per Linde
Per Linde

Per Linde seems to be in second place chip-wise after cracking another player's aces. Linde opened to 6,500 preflop and his soon-to-be-busted opponent made it 17,500. Linde set him in, the gent with the aces snap-called, and they were on their backs.

Gent With The Aces: {a-}{a-}
Linde: {7-}{7-}

Board: {3-}{5-}{q-}{6-}{4-} making Linde a straight

Linde is at around 520,000 after that.

Tags: Per LindeJoacim Ando

The End of Ando

[user46392] • Level 14: 1,500-3,000, 300 ante

Florian Langmann, one of our three remaining Team PokerStars Pros (the other two being Johnny Lodden and JP Kelly) is up to 250,000 after knocking out the short stack next door, Joacim Ando.

Ando:
Langmann: {k-Hearts}{q-Hearts}

Board: {q-Spades}{7-Clubs}{10-Hearts}{5-Spades}{4-Hearts}

Tags: Florian LangmannJoacim Ando

Lundmark Victory

[user46392] • Level 14: 1,500-3,000, 300 ante
Kent Lundmark - lucky boy
Kent Lundmark - lucky boy

A short raising war between Kent Lundmark (hijack) and Mikkel Madsen (button) should have been the end of the EPT Barcelona champion, but instead it virtually doubled him up to 280,000. The barely covered Madsen told his bad beat story to anyone and everyone who would listen on his way out the door.

Madsen: {a-Hearts}{a-Spades}
Lundmark: {a-Clubs}{q-Diamonds}

Board: {9-Spades}{3-Hearts}{7-Clubs}{q-Clubs}{q-Spades}

Ouch.

Tags: Kent LundmarkMikkel Madsen

Raising War vs Tureniec Ends in Swedish Victory, Again

Homer • Level 14: 1,500-3,000, 300 ante

Domantas Klimciauskas opened from the small blind to 8,000 and Michael Tureniec 3-bet the big blind to 21,500. Klimciauskas then came back over the top, making it 54,500 to go but Tureniec showed no signs of stopping and clicked it back with a 5-bet to 87,500, Klimciauskas folded without too much thought.

Tags: Domantas KlimciauskasMichael Tureniec

Last 6 Hands

Homer • Level 14: 1,500-3,000, 300 ante

The clock has been stopped, we're now playing the last six hands at each table.