February 5, 2012 at 8:08 am #25011Danish ShaikhMember
After day 4 of the 2012 PokerStars EPT Deauville (buy-in Â€5.300), only 24 players remain with Team PokerStars Pro Luca Pagano leading the way.
Pagano finished the day with 3,561,000, and following him in the chip counts are Olivier Rogez (2,668,000), Vadim Kursevich (1,815,000), and Paul Guichard (1,700,000).
All of the remaining players have guaranteed at least Â€23.000 for making it this far, and Â€875.000 is reserved for the eventual winner.
Team PokerStars Pro Luca Pagano
Should Pagano go all the way and win the EPT Deauville, it would be his first ever EPT title.
Pagano is a very familiar face in the EPT tour, and according to the Hendon Mob he has cashed now 20 times in the EPT tour since 2004.
February 6, 2012 at 8:29 am #31869RUPAM THAKURKeymaster
At the end of Day 5, we are just down to eight players in the European Poker Tour Deauville main event.
Leading the Way is a Frenchman Paul Guichard who bags up 5,955,000 chips.
Team Poker Stars Pro Luca Pagano is still there with a stack of 2,010,000 chips.
Here’s how the final table will line up:
Seat 1. Bruno Jais, France – 3,450,000 chips
Seat 2. Mick Graydon, Ireland – 960,000 chips
Seat 3. Olivier Rogez, France – 4,415,000 chips
Seat 4. Vuong Than Trong, France – 2,570,000 chips
Seat 5. Vadzim Kursevich, Belarus – 5,670,000 chips
Seat 6. Paul Guichard, France – 5,955,000 chips
Seat 7. Luca Pagano, Italy – 2,010,000 chips
Seat 8. Yorane Kerignard, France – 1,680,000 chips.
February 7, 2012 at 6:21 pm #25012Danish ShaikhMember
EPT Deauville: Vadzim Kursevich takes down the title, Pagano 7th
The PokerStars EPT Deauville is now in the books, after Belarusian Vadzim Kursevich took down the title and €875,000 first-place prize. Team PokerStars Pro Luca Pagano finished instead in 7th place, and will thus have to wait for his eighth EPT final table for another chance at victory.
While this win was clearly the biggest of Kursevich’s career, he has had a nice success also before in the big online and live tournaments – Kursevich was, for example, 2011 WCOOP Main Event finalist and EPT Berlin thrid-place finisher.
Pagano, who finished seventh in the final, has been a consistent cashier on the EPT, making the money for the 20th time, extending his own record.
EPT Deauville final table results (buy-in €5.300, players 889):
1st. Vadzim Kursevich, Belarus, €875,000
2nd. Paul Guichard, France, €557,000
3rd. Vuong Than Trong, France, €328,000
4th. Yorane Kerignard, France, €260,000
5th. Bruno Jais, France, €200,000
6th. Olivier Rogez, France, €155,000
7th. Luca Pagano, Italy, Team PokerStars Pro, €110,000
8th. Mick Graydon, Ireland, €67,200
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