Brett Angell has the chip lead at the final table of the UKIPT London Main Event after a day on which being ahead in a hand did not guarantee success.
Day 1B of the UKIPT London Main Event saw 736 players join the action – bringing the total entry for the £770.00 buy-in tournament to more than a thousand.
Garrett Levrini leads the bumper field at the end of UKIPT London Day 1A after “getting it quietly” throughout the ten levels of play at the Connaught Rooms.
Dan Colman continued his amazing run of high-stake tournament successes with victory in the £60,000 buy-in WPT Alpha8 at the Palm Beach Casino in London.
Monaco-based Daniel Smith overcame a huge 4-to-1 heads-up deficit against Michael Nielsen to take down the Unibet Open Cannes Main Event with pocket Kings.
Kane Kalas did all the hard work on the final table of the WPT Borgata Championship, but it was Darren Elias who prevailed in the heads-up to win the event.
Adrian Mendoza rivered a two-outer to crack Greg Sanchez´ Aces in the final hand of the LPS Millions II and take the $115,434 first prize back to Mexico.
A very late finish on Day 4 of the WPT Borgata Championship saw Kane Kalas – the most active player on the day – emerge as the 6-handed final table chip leader.
There was a real sense of déjà vu when Day 3 of the LPS Millions II came to a close, with the top four players being the same as they were when play began.
Jean Gaspard from Illinois enjoyed a sensational sequence of hands to close Day 3 of the WPT Borgata Championship with five times the average chip stack.
Velton Lima Gomez emerged as the chip leader after five very subdued levels of action on Day 2 of the LPS Millions II at Panama City´s Majestic Casino.
With the WPT Borgata Championship just thirty spots from the money, Blake Bohn has a substantial chip lead over his 149 opponents at the end of Day 2.