Day 1B of the WPT World Championship saw a further 223 players enter (or re-enter) the action, with Jason Koon leading the field at the end of the night.
Paul Volpe will take a handy chip advantage into Wednesday´s Day 2 of the WPT World Championship despite doubling up Miles Austin in the last hand of the night.
Ole Schemion took less than three and a half hours to dispatch his final table opponents and win the €10,000 buy-in EPT San Remo High Rollers event for €265,000
Patrick Clarke overcame a strong final table to win the Paddy Power Poker Irish Open and collect a €50,000 bonus for being the sole surviving online qualifier.
History was made at the Casino San Remo last night when PokerStars Team Pro Victoria Coren became the first person ever to win dual EPT Main Event titles.
Priit Bricker scored the biggest live poker cash of his career when winning the Marbella Grand Live to move into the Top 10 on the all-time Estonian money list
Raul Mestre leads the EPT San Remo Main Event after a busy Day 3 on which the money bubble burst and the field was reduced from 113 players to just thirty-nine.
Eric Afriat delivered a stunning final table performance to deny Mukul Pahuja victory in the $5 million guaranteed WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown.
Mukul Pahuja – the runaway leader of the WPT Player of the Year – is also threatening to run away with the $5 million WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown.
Italian online cash game specialist Alessandro “aletilter” De Fenza took down the IPT San Remo Main Event for €105,600 from dual runner-up Marcello Miniucchi.
Jake Bazeley will take a substantial chip advantage into the penultimate day of the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown with just 18 players remaining.
Steve Watts won the WPT National Marbella Main Event yesterday and immediately wanted to know how many players were expected in today´s Grand Live Main Event.