2012 PokerStars.com EPT Sanremo

Main Event
Day: 6
Event Info

2012 PokerStars.com EPT Sanremo

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
60,000 / 120,000

Eight Remain; A Champion Sits Among Them

Ludovic Lacay Sits Second in Chips
Ludovic Lacay Sits Second in Chips

The 797 players that originally entered this tournament are now just eight. Last night the final 24 took their seats playing eight-handed over three tables to battle for a spot on the prestigious final table. By the end of the evening, Jason Lavallee held the highest chip position with seven others trailing him for the championship.

There were still plenty of notable names alive in the tournament when play began yesterday. Players like Matt Salsberg, Michael Benvenuti, and Yevgeniy Timoshenko gave it their all but were ultimately unable to earn a seat at the final table.

Others, on the other hand, thrived when the cards hit the felt. While Lavallee is the biggest stack on the table with 5.545 million, French professional Ludovic Lacay is sitting right on his heels. On the other end of the spectrum sits Artem Litvinov who will have his work cut out for him at this final table. Coming in as the short stack with only 800,000, Litvinov will have to get something going early in order to survive this final table.

1Ludovic Lacay5,366,000
2Jason Tompkins3,605,000
3Adrian Piasecki2,045,000
4Micah Raskin1,550,000
5Jason Lavallee5,545,000
6Ismael Bojang1,755,000
7Angelo Recchia2,845,000
8Artem Litvinov800,000

Cards will be in the air shortly here at this final table. Be sure to stay tuned as we document the quest to a champion!

Tags: Artem LitvinovJason LavalleeLudovic Lacay