Mark Newhouse, Barry Greenstein Still Alive in EventPublished on October 8th, 2013 5:54 pm EST
Tudor Purice finished Day 2 of the EPT London main event with 628,200 in chips, which makes him the chip leader heading into Day 3 on Wednesday.
110 of the original 604 entrants in the event are still alive heading into Day 3 on Wednesday. The top 87 spots will pay out, which means that the money bubble will burst shortly after the start of play on Wednesday afternoon.
Here are the top 5 chip stacks heading into Day 3:
Tudor Price, 628,200
Yngve Steen, 576,400
Andy Moseley, 487,100
Joey Lovelady, 447,500
Ludovic Geilich, 436,000
Mark Newhouse, who will be playing at the World Series of Poker main event final table next month, is currently sixth in chips with a stack of about 381k.
Some of the other notable names who are still alive in this point include:
David Ulliott, 210,000
Shannon Shorr, 202,200
Barry Greenstein, 129,300
Theo Jorgensen, 71,200
The eventual winner of the 2013 EPT London main event will take home £560,980, while the runner-up will walk away with £349,200.
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