Chance Kornuth Leads EPT London Main Event Heading Into Day 4

Published on October 3rd, 2010 5:17 am EST

European Poker Tour logo - EPT1. Chance Kornuth Leads EPT London Main Event With 24 Players Left.

24 of the 848 players who signed up to play in the EPT London Main Event are still alive after Day 3. At the top of the leaderboard is Chance Kornuth, who will take over 2.3 million in chips with him into Day 4 on Sunday (the average chip stack is a little over 1 million chips).

The top 5 chip stacks heading into Sunday are:

Chance Kornuth - 2,302,000
Per Ummer - 1,763,000
David Vamplew - 1,756,000
Steven Levy - 1,719,000
Matt Perrins - 1,550,000

Some of the notable names who are still alive in the event include:

John Juanda - 1,272,000
Tom Marchese - 1,048,000
Joe Hachem - 855,000
Chad Brown - 207,000

All 24 of the surviving players in the EPT London main event will receive a minimum of 21,000 GBP for making it to Day 4. The eventual winner of the event will take home 900k GBP (about $1.42 million USD), while the runner-up will walk away with $545k GBP.

2. Vanessa Selbst Leads EPT London High Roller Event After Day 1.

Vanessa Selbst finished Day 1 of the 20k GBP EPT London High Roller event as the dominant chip leader after managing to accumulate a stack of nearly 400k by the end of the day.

Selbst's stack of 387,000 chips is nearly twice as much as the next closest competitor, Andrew Feldman (200,100).

77 players turned out for this event, which created a total prize pool of over 1.5 million GBP. The top 8 spots will pay, with the first place finisher receiving 556k GBP and the second place finisher taking home 335k GBP.

David Benyamine (84,800), Vanessa Rousso (66,700) and Erik Seidel (56,800) all managed to survive through to Day 2 on Sunday.

How good is Vanessa Selbst? Not only is Selbst leading the EPT London High Roller event at the end of Day 1, but she is also the chip leader of the Partouche Poker Tour main event heading into November's final table.



Filed Under: Tournament Results

Related Articles