Patrik Antonius has a good start in EPT Campione

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      The two starting days (day 1a and 1b) are now done in the inaugural European Poker Tour Campione (buy-in €5,300) in Italy. A total of 570 players participated in this tournament, creating a prize pool of over €2.76 million.


      Patrik Antonius at the EPT
      88 players will get paid with €640,000 waiting for first-place. The winner will also receive a Shamballa Jewels bracelet valued at over €10,000.

      1. €640,000
      2. €430,000
      3. €240,000
      4. €157,000
      5. €124,000
      6. €92,000
      7. €71,500
      8. €54,000
      9-10. €41,000
      11-12. €30,000
      13-14. €25,000
      15-16. €20,000
      17-24. €15,000
      25-32. €13,000
      33-48. €11,000
      49-64. €9,000
      65-88. €7,500

      Former European Poker Tour champion Nicolas Chouity (165,800) built the biggest stack on Day 1B at EPT Campione, but the overall leader heading into day 2 is the Day 1A chip leader Davide Andreoni (175,100).

      European Poker Tour Campione – Combined Days 1A and 1B Chip Leaders

      1. Davide Andreoni – 175,100
      2. Nick Yunis – 169,200
      3. Nicolas Chouity – 165,800
      4. Andrea Benelli – 163,400
      5. Stefano Demontis – 154,700
      6. Grigorij Orlov – 154,200
      7. Primoz Adamie – 138,400
      8. Andrey Gulyy – 138,000
      9. Andras Kovacs – 131,900
      10. Claudio Leonardo Pagano – 130,700

      Many familiar high-stakes players will also come back for day 2, like Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier (90,200), Olivier Busquet (44,300), Liv Boeree (43,600), Melanie Weisner (36,300), Patrik Antonius (34,700) and Benny ‘ toweliestar’ Spindler (7,900).

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      EPT Campione: Ronny “1-ronnyr3” Kaiser near the top after day 2

      After day 2 of the PokerStars EPT Campione (buy-in €5.300), only 99 players remain, and currently leading the way is Hungarian Balazs Botond. Right behind Botond is high-stakes player and EPT Tallinn 2011 Main Event winner Ronny “1-ronnyr3” Kaiser.


      Ronny “1-ronnyr3” Kaiser
      Other notables still left in the tournament include David Vamplew (412,900), Olivier Busquet (353,100), Roberto Romanello (331,000), Liv Boeree (300,900), Nicolas Chouity (257,000) and Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier (113,500).

      EPT Campione Top 10 after day 2:

      1st Balazs Botond 646,000
      2nd Ronny Kaiser 506,500
      3rd Alexander Andermatt 436,000
      4th David Vamplew 412,900
      5th Stefano Demontis 382,400
      6th Massimiliano Bellon Bellucci 364,000
      7th Olivier Busquet 353,100
      8th Roberto Romanello 331,000
      9th Ivo Donev 317,500
      10th Primoz Adamie 307,000

      Some notable names who will not be coming back for day 3 include instead Patrik Antonius, Chris Moorman and Alessio Isaia.

      Money bubble will burst today, and 88 players will reach the money with one lucky player taking home the €640,000 first-place prize.

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